LIIF mobilizes capital and partners to achieve equity, well-being, and opportunity for people and communities.
This goal will guide our work over the next decade as we mobilize capital to build communities of opportunity, equity and well-being. Read more in the strategic plan.
Statement from the Low Income Investment Fund on the Federal Reserve’s Approach to CRA Modernization
LIIF is pleased to see the Federal Reserve soliciting public feedback on an evidence-based proposal that squarely positions community need and racial equity at the core of CRA modernization. Read more about LIIF CEO Daniel A. Nissenbaum’s thoughts on the Federal Reserve’s approach to CRA modernization.
This Fall, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and LIIF with support from Build Up California are hosting a series of webinars to advance understanding and action in the early care and education field. Join us for the first in this series “Investing in the Future of Child Care: Supporting Small Business Providers” on Oct. 1. Register here.
Grove Park Foundation Receives First Investment from Nationwide Partnership to Revitalize Communities
With philanthropic support from JPMorgan Chase and financing from LIIF’s EQT product, the Grove Park Foundation’s affordable housing program is kicking off its next phase to create long-term, single family affordable rental and homeownership opportunities in the Grove Park neighborhood of Atlanta.
LIIF is honored to announce a transformative donation from MacKenzie Scott in recognition of our high-impact, outcomes-driven community development work. LIIF is proud to be among the stellar organizations selected by Ms. Scott that are driving change by tackling our nation’s largest and most complex challenges.
LIIF joins the millions of Americans and people across the world who are speaking out and standing up to say: Black lives matter.
LIIF is immediately deploying $1.4 million in grants through our Child Care Emergency Relief Effort for family child care small businesses in New York City, the San Francisco Bay Area and Washington, D.C. The relief funding will go directly to family child care business owners to cover staff salaries, rent and other operating expenses.
LIIF joins with Enterprise Community Partners, Housing Partnership Network, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, National Housing Trust, and Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future to strongly oppose HUD’s termination of the 2015 Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) rule. This is a dramatic step back that substantially weakens the nation’s fair housing responsibilities.