LIIF has committed $50 million to green buildings in low income communities over the next three years. Through this commitment, LIIF has financed green projects across its program areas bringing the benefits of green buildings to low income families.
Featured Projects by State
CALS Charter Middle School
The 400 students at CALS Charter Middle School moved from temporary buildings located on a former parking lot to a new, green, energy-efficient facility.
New City Public Schools
New City Public Schools operates three schools offering an innovative, dual immersion (English-Spanish) curriculum in Long Beach, California.
Franklin Head Start
Through its California Preschool Energy Efficiency Program (CPEEP), LIIF provided over $50,000 in energy efficiency improvements for Franklin Head Start and the 24 other early childhood education sites operated by the Fresno County Economic Opportunity Commission.
Mt. Pleasant Home is an elder residence that serves very low income seniors in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. Their new facility is incorporating many green building elements with a goal of achieving a LEED Silver certification.