A group of nonprofit organizations and financial institutions has launched a campaign to raise $1 billion in an effort to help provide affordable housing for low-income families and communities of color. Read more in Next City.
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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.
LIIF, SAHF and NAHT today announced a joint venture that aims to raise $1 billion within the first five years to build, protect, and preserve approximately 10,000 affordable homes across the country. Read our joint piece in Affordable Housing Finance.
Innovative Joint Venture Aims to Invest $1 Billion Nationwide in First Five Years As tens of millions of people face eviction across the country, the Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF), Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (SAHF), and National Affordable Housing Trust (NAHT) today announced a new partnership intended to assist low-income families and…
On July 28, philanthropist MacKenzie Scott announced grants to 116 organizations totaling $1.7 billion. Included in the list of recipients are seven OFN member CDFIs. Read more on the OFN Blog.
Patricia GoPaul, LIIF’s Executive Vice President, General Counsel, has returned to the COIN board with a term ending in 2022. Read more in Insurance Journal.
LIIF’s Amy Shea, Program Officer/Small Business Advisor for LIIF’s Early Care and Education team in New York, was featured in this Q&A on the website Communications Community. Read the full article here.
San Francisco officials unveiled a new program that will use $1 million from the Give2SF fund to support child care providers and educators. The Family Child Care Emergency Operating Grant program will be jointly managed by Low Income Investment Fund’s Child Care Facilities Program and the Office of Early Care and Education. Read more in…
The LIIF report “Innovative Models in Health and Housing” is included in this opinion piece in City Limits.
The Low Income Housing Fund (LIHF) provides capital and technical support to nonprofit organizations that fight poverty. Their mission is “to promote economic independence for the hardest-to-reach populations.” For the past sixteen years, LIHF has worked to provide capital for affordable housing in low-income neighborhoods. Through new expansions of capital, LIHF is now able to offer…