Success Stories


  • Trout Canyon Land and Water Users Association

    RCAC helped community residents develop a budget and collect revenues to provide emergency water and access financing for much needed repairs.

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  • City of Kimberly

    RCAC reviewed Kimberly’s water use and presented the city with two options for raising rates and balancing its budget.

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  • Hawaiian Shores Community Association (HSCA)

    RCAC provided a pre-development loan for the preliminary engineering report, and helped HSCA apply for additional funding to replace and upgrade the system.

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  • Creating affordable homeownership opportunities in Oregon

    With RCAC’s Mutual Self-Help Housing program expertise, three Oregon housing agencies Community Home Builders (formerly Yamhill CDC), Community Action Team, and NeighborWorks Umpqua have completed more than 260 new homes and renovated 50 self-help homes in rural Oregon for low- and very low-income families.

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  • Maria Montessori Academy

    The Maria Montessori Academy (MMA) in Utah needed more space for an increasing student body but it lacked the funding to acquire and develop land next to its existing campus. The school had received approval from the Utah State Board of Education to amend its charter to allow it to serve up to 750 students – up from 490 students– and to add a junior high school to its kindergarten through sixth grade curriculum. This was also partly in response to an ongoing wait list of around 100 children.

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