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    In 2016 LISC invested
    $1.3 Billion
    in grants, loans and equity
    This has led to development projects worth
    $3.7 Billion
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    Est. 1995
    Rural LISC

    Program Vice President: Suzanne Anarde
    402 Highway 50 W, Fowler, CO  81039
    (719) 263-4505

    Total investment of
    $805 million
    This has leveraged
    $3.5 billion
    Homes and apartments created
    27,594
    Square feet of commercial space
    4.4 million

    Where We Work

    We are LISC—the Local Initiatives Support Corporation. It may be a mouthful, but our name does, in fact, say it all. We are a national organization with a grassroots focus. We have offices on the ground in 31 American cities and work in hundreds of rural communities across the country. In collaboration with local groups, we help identify priorities and challenges for low-income communities, formulate comprehensive strategies to address them and deliver the most effective support to meet the needs on the ground.

    Learn more about what we’ve done across the country by clicking the map above and visit our local offices from the list below. 

    Local Spotlight: Rural

    8.11.2017 -

    How Arts and Culture Can Catalyze Rural Development

    In an interview for Rural Voices, a publication of the Housing Assistance Council, Bob Reeder, Rural LISC's director for national programs, discusses the importance of inclusion, diversity and economic equity when bringing arts and culture into community development efforts. With those key ingredients, creative placemaking can be a winning proposition for rural revitalization.

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