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Novogradac Publishes Article on Comp Sci High in the Bronx, LIIF Loan Highlighted

A computer-science based high school is primed for relocation to the Mott Haven neighborhood of the Bronx, New York. LIIF’s part was a $9.75 million loan as part of $29.3 million in debt provided with two other CDFIs, LISC and Enterprise Community Loan Fund. The Urban Assembly Charter High School for Computer Science (Comp Sci…

LIIF Signs On To New Markets Tax Credit Public Comments Request from the CDFI Fund

LIIF joined the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Working Group to provide comments in response to the CDFI Fund’s request for public comments on the NMTC Program Allocation Application. The members of the NMTC Working Group are participants in the industry who work together to help resolve technical program issues — and provide recommendations to…

LIIF Provides Damien Center, Indiana’s Largest HIV/AIDS Facility, With $6.5 Million in New Markets Tax Credits to Build its New Healthcare and Supportive Services Center

LIIF has partnered on an impactful deal so that Damien Center, Indiana’s largest HIV/AIDS facility, can build its new healthcare and supportive services center. LIIF provided a $6.5 million construction-perm loan leveraging the power of the New Markets Tax Credits program. This deal aligns with LIIF’s mission to create opportunity and equity in under-resourced communities:…

Propmodo Article Highlights the Success of Growing Diverse Housing Developers Initiative

Propmodo has published an article, “Communities Work to Create Lasting Affordability Through Local Development,” highlighting the success of the innovative Growing Diverse Housing Developers initiative. The program is a partnership of LIIF and two other CDFIs, Capital Impact Partners and Reinvestment Fund, and is powered by a $30 million investment by Wells Fargo. Read the…

LIIF Convenes Child Care Leaders and Funders for New York City Event

On April 16, LIIF brought together child care leaders, providers, funders, philanthropists and government agencies to discuss the state of the sector in New York City. With a theme of “Empowering Futures: Investing in Equitable Early Care and Education,” the event included an insightful panel offering solutions to strengthen early care and education (ECE) across…

Low Income Investment Fund Scaling Its New York City Family Child Care Support, Enters New Strategic Partnership with NYC’s Mayor’s Office of Child Care and Early Childhood Education 

CONTACT Christopher Gil Director of Strategic Communications and Influence (415) 287-3197, cgil@liifund.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    Low Income Investment Fund Scaling Its New York City Family Child Care Support, Enters New Strategic Partnership with NYC’s Mayor’s Office of Child Care and Early Childhood Education   Goal to augment its culturally responsive provider assistance to complement existing city services   NEW YORK…