LIIF is dedicated to creating pathways of opportunity for low income people and communities.
Groundbreaking for Healthy Food Hub in New Orleans
A mixed-use project will transform a 60,000-square-foot supermarket building, vacant since Katrina, into a healthy food hub in the Mid-City neighborhood of New Orleans. Read more
LIIF-Supported Projects Highlighted on “60 Minutes”
A 60 Minutes piece features stories of success from the Robin Hood Foundation’s efforts to fight poverty in New York City, including Part of the Solution, St. John’s Bread & Life and Uncommon Schools. Read more
Kids Are Our Business Fund
LIIF has launched a new fund to help child care centers and family child care providers expand the availability of quality early care and education in the San Francisco Bay Area. Read more
Advancing Equitable Transit-Oriented Development
A new paper from LIIF, Enterprise and Living Cities examines opportunities and gaps in financing equitable TOD projects nationwide. Read more
Investing in What Works: Los Angeles
LIIF and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco are kicking-off a series of regional events to discuss Investing in What Works for America’s Communities with a convening in Los Angeles.
Investing in Communities, Transforming Lives
Watch how a small investment from LIIF helped to renovate a child care center, improve the health of the children and staff and stablize the center’s finances.
LIIF is dedicated to creating pathways of opportunity for low income people and communities. Our Mission & Vision