A new LISC white paper examines the ways current federal immigration policy is affecting immigrant residents across the country, and how our nonprofit partners are responding to these challenges and stepping up to meet the needs of immigrants and their families. [...]
In this webinar, speakers from LISC, the Reinvestment Fund, and the Nonprofit Finance Fund walk participants through the Outcomes-Based Line of Credit, a new model exploring how credit facilities can be an effective tool to help social service providers scale their programs and services using outcomes-based financing.
Democratizing Finance traces the roots of community development finance over two centuries and draws from hundreds of interviews with CDFI leaders, presidential archives, and congressional testimony. Watch this recording to learn more.
Anyone interested in community land trusts and how partnerships with the community development sector are being used to bring about new pipeline and new resources for permanently affordable housing should watch this recording.
This report breaks down the range of affordable housing loan funds, the partnerships involved in developing them, and how they serve communities within their unique regional geographies. Drawing on the experience of experts in the field, the report sums up lessons for new investors and others who bring perspectives beyond the traditional boundaries of the community development field.Read the Report
The LISC Institute spoke to two child care providers in Rhode Island about what the child care gap looks like in their communities.