2016 Annual Report
Posted by Philadelphia LISC on September 4, 2017
$55M Total LISC/NEF Investment
$1.7M Capacity Building
40 Community Partners
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About Philadelphia LISC
Philadelphia LISC is one of 31 local offices of Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), a national nonprofit community development organization and CDFI. Overall, LISC has invested $17.3 billion in neighborhoods and rural communities across the United States.
In Philadelphia, LISC is a catalyst for community change, working with partners on the ground to strengthen neighborhoods and improve the lives of residents. We combine corporate, government, and philanthropic resources and have invested more than $400 million (and leveraged $1.4 billion) in Philadelphia’s neighborhoods to build or preserve more than 8,150 affordable homes and to develop more than 2 million square feet of retail, community and educational space since 1980. Our goal is to create neighborhoods of choice and opportunity, where every resident has a chance to thrive.
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