Technical Assistance

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LIIF shares its expertise in community development finance with its borrowers, grantees and partners to enhance their skills, knowledge and financial sophistication. Through these efforts, LIIF helps other organizations become more sustainable and enhances their ability to serve more low income people. LIIF offers one-on-one technical assistance to borrowers and grantees throughout the funding process. In addition, LIIF provides group trainings and workshops as standalone events or at industry conferences.

Child Care

Developing and financing quality child care facilities requires significant technical assistance for both child care providers, often inexperienced with real estate and financing transactions, and community developers, who are typically unfamiliar with the requirements of successful early childhood development programs. LIIF works with stakeholders to support child care facilities projects from planning through financing, design and construction. LIIF offers program-specific one-on-one technical assistance, group trainings and workshops to its grantees, borrowers and other community development organizations throughout California.

Child Care Technical Assistance Programs

Child Care Facilities Fund (CCFF)

The Child Care Facilities Fund (CCFF) is an award-winning, public-private collaboration that provides capital and capacity building support for center- and family-based child care facilities in the City of San Francisco and Alameda County. CCFF offers grants for child care providers to create, enhance and preserve quality child care spaces.
More information about CCFF

New York City Pre-K Capacity Program

The Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF) New York City Pre-K Capacity Program is a new program to accelerate Pre-Kindergarten (Pre-K) businesses and support quality early education in New York City. Supported by Deutsche Bank, and in collaboration with the New York City Department of Education (DOE), LIIF’s program will work with a cohort of NYC Pre-K providers to strengthen their business operations. Through workshops and customized technical assistance, the program aims to increase and preserve the supply of high-quality early childhood education for New York’s children, by making Pre-K businesses stronger and more economically sustainable.

For more information, contact Kim DiGiacomo, Program Manager,