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Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) equips communities with the capital, strategy, and know-how to become places where people can thrive. Working with local leaders, we invest in affordable housing, health, education, public safety and employment – all basic needs that must be tackled so that progress in one area is not undermined by neglect in another.
As part of a national organization with deep local roots, LISC Boston is uniquely positioned to share resources, best practices, and innovations with the communities we serve. We provide funding, financing, and technical assistance to community development corporations (CDCs), nonprofit developers, grassroots organizations, as well as policy and advocacy organizations throughout Massachusetts.
The Boston Ujima Project is looking for a Business Alliance Coach - Accepting applications until February 22, 2019. We're looking for a rockstar!
This webinar gives an overview of LISC’s updated green + healthy resource toolkit, and discuss promising program design, policy recommendations, and learning networks that can help support affordable housing owners in achieving greener and healthier buildings for themselves and their residents.
On January 14, 2019, LISC Boston released a report summarizing Impact Lending, a small business lending pilot that LISC launched in 2016 in partnership with Northeastern University. The report summarizes what we learned and spotlights our borrowers. We invite you to read the report, share your thoughts with us, and work with us to build a Boston where more small, minority- and women-owned businesses thrive, grow and power a diverse, equitable economy.