Our thoughts are with those who lost family members, friends and neighbors in the racist attack that took the lives of ten innocent people in East Buffalo — the result of a person inspired by white supremacist ideals.
LIIF and NAHT are founding members of a new collaborative aimed at attracting impact investors to the affordable housing sector.
LIIF CEO Daniel A. Nissenbaum issued a statement in response to the interagency proposal to modernize the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA).
Denise Noel will be LIIF’s new General Counsel & EVP and Panagiota Mahendru will join as LIIF’s new CFO & EVP. Both will be members of the Executive Leadership team.
Explore our progress to put racial equity into action through programs like the Black Developer Capital Initiative and investments in affordable housing and child care.
LIIF, Lift to Rise, RCAC, Wells Fargo and County of Riverside Housing, Homelessness Prevention and Workforce Solutions have partnered to support and invest in a community-driven housing financing model in the Coachella Valley.
Today, we are sharing more about LIIF’s anti-racism journey and our goals for our organization and our work. As we progress, we’ll continue to share our insights, new developments and challenges. We hope our sharing contributes to a broader dialogue about building a more equitable future.
LIIF’s continued financial strength, even amid the economic uncertainty brought on by COVID-19, was recently recognized by S&P, which upgraded the organization from an “A-” to an “A” rating. In addition, Aeris, the leading independent rating service for both financial and impact investments, reaffirmed LIIF’s “AAA” financial rating. Read more.
A new partnership between housing groups aims to give nonprofit developers the resources they need to preserve affordable apartments. Read more about our joint venture with SAHF and NAHT in CityLab.