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Advocate Aurora Health pledges $50M to help Wisconsin, Illinois communities

Through the investment, the health system, which is one of the ten-largest systems in the U.S., will partner with community development financial institutions to fund initiatives like small and diverse-owned business development, affordable housing expansion and investing in federally qualified health and food centers. Advocate Aurora Health is a member of the Healthcare Anchor Network, a network of 45 health care systems designed to improve the communities they serve.

Publication date: 2019-11-05
Parent publication: Milwaukee Business Journal
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