LIIF is dedicated to creating pathways of opportunity for low income people and communities.

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    • Announcing LIIF’s New CFO and CAO

      The Low Income Investment Fund is excited to announce Giles Coates as our new chief financial officer and the promotion of Sabrina Baptiste to the new role of chief administrative officer. “Over the past year, LIIF deployed $300 million to high-need communities across the U.S. – an all-time high lending watermark for our organization. Giles and Sabrina are excellent additions to the team that will lead LIIF in its next phase of expansion,” said Daniel A. Nissenbaum, LIIF’s President & CEO. Learn More

    • New Markets Tax Credits Spur Nashville Revitalization Projects

      A collaborative effort is bringing new housing, education and health clinic infrastructure to Nashville, TN thanks in part to federal New Markets Tax Credits. NMTCs inject private capital into projects that otherwise wouldn’t have access to the financial resources needed for large-scale construction projects. Learn More

    • 2018 Annual Report

      LIIF is invested – not only in homes, schools and community centers – but in innovation, collaboration and inclusion. We invite you to explore our Annual Report for stories of community impact across America. Read the report

    • Better Health Outcomes at Lower Costs is a Win that Everyone Can Get Behind

      Boston-based Community Servings expanded kitchen and new, three-story annex will allow the organization to triple its annual production, cooking 1.5 million meals that feed 5,500 people. This nonprofit’s expansion would not have been possible without New Markets Tax Credits. Learn more from the CEOs of LIIF and Nonprofit Finance Fund

    • Kapolei, HI Mixed-Use Development Brings Homes and Retail to West Oahu’s Central Business District

      A collaborative effort is bringing about 300 new affordable homes to families and seniors in West Oahu, HI. This project is LIIF’s first in Hawaii, and will be bringing much needed affordable housing and retail space to the rapidly growing city of Kapolei. Learn More

    • LIIF lends $7.5 million for Silicon Valley affordable housing

      LIIF, in partnership with the National Affordable Housing Trust and Morgan Stanley, has closed its second loan through the Fund to Preserve Affordable Communities. This loan will enable BRIDGE Housing to develop much-needed affordable housing in Milpitas, CA. Read the Article

LIIF is dedicated to creating pathways of opportunity for low income people and communities. Our Mission & Vision