LISC National

The First Opportunity Zones Playbook!

Long Beach Businesses Prepare For The “Silver Tsunami"

2018 Annual Report

Building Asian American Futures, with Lessons from the Past

Good Food Gala

PLUS² The Inclusive City

Community Progress Makers (CPM) Winners Series: ELACC

Supporting Economic Inclusion in Disadvantaged Communities: A Case for Inclusive Public Procurement Policies

Everyone In Economic Inclusion Initiative Phase 1 Report

LISC News

6.17.2019 - ,

Partner Highlight: PV Jobs, Building A Strategy to Combat Homelessness in Los Angeles

PVJOBS is a nonprofit organization that was formed in 1998 with a mission to place at-risk and disadvantaged youth, adults and veterans into career-track employment in construction and other industries. LISC’s line of credit allows PVJOBS to pay contract expenses and serve returning citizen clients, rather than dipping into their cash on hand and potentially hindering their ability to act as a social service.

6.17.2019 - ,

Changemakers LA Episode #10: Providing the Skills Needed for Quality Jobs

For our 10th Changemakers LA episode, we explore the work we are doing to address the skills gap in low income communities through our Bridges to Career Opportunities (BCO) program.

6.10.2019 - ,

Community Progress Makers (CPM) Winners Series: The Los Angeles LGBT Center

In addition to being the leading service provider for LGBT people in LA, the Center also provides affordable housing to homeless youth and seniors.

6.10.2019 -

Local Advisory Committee (LAC) Member Highlight: Steve Herman

LA LISC is proud to have a longstanding relationship with California Bank & Trust, one that helps us rebuild our region’s struggling neighborhoods together. We appreciate your leadership on our Local Advisory Committee and look forward to working successfully to create vibrant, diverse, and healthy communities that improve the quality of life for Los Angeles families.

6.04.2019 - ,

“It Takes a Truly Comprehensive Effort”: Q&A with Annie Donovan, LISC’s New COO

For decades, Annie Donovan has led innovative efforts to spur economic opportunity and revitalize communities. Now, the former head of the CDFI Fund is bringing her considerable talent and experience to LISC, taking on the new role of chief operating officer.

5.22.2019 - ,

Local Advisory Committee (LAC) Member Highlight: Daniel Rodriguez

"I am motivated by many of the people I grew up with in my immigrant, working class community. Their resourcefulness and resiliency, while facing many difficult challenges, always provides me with the perspective to keep moving forward, regardless of what obstacles I may face." ~ Daniel Rodriguez, Portfolio Management Officer in the Community Development Banking Group with Bank of America Merrill Lynch and LA LISC LAC Member

5.15.2019 - , ,

Project Equity's Data Reveals 2,500 Long Beach Businesses as Possible Candidates for Succession Planning

In Long Beach, and other coastal cities where rising housing costs outpace the rise in wages, it's small businesses that provide significant wage-earning potential. Long Beach is blazing the trail of a new way to support its small business owners and keep their businesses rooted in communities into the next generation.

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About Us

The Local Initiatives Support Corporation is one of the largest organizations in the country supporting projects to revitalize low-income communities. This comprehensive approach includes more affordable housing, better schools, safer streets, growing businesses and programs improving financial stability.

LA LISC brings together key local partners, community leaders, and decision-makers to take on pressing challenges, incubate innovative solutions, and develop smarter public policies. Our organization leverages its extensive toolkit of loans, grants, equity investments, and local expertise to enact meaningful change for Los Angeles' moderate - and low-income communities of color.