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OH foundations contribute $20m to help grocery store Kroger's nonprofit battle urban food deserts, but it's unclear how much money will stay in the state.

"Two locally based nonprofits have received $55 million in tax credits to boost underserved communities. The Cincinnati Development Fund, which is a nonprofit that promotes affordable housing, was awarded $35 million to invest in brownfield redevelopment, nutritional access programs, and educational improvement initiatives throughout southwest Ohio." -- Alexander Coolidge, Cincinnati.com

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