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. [...]
During this webinar, Mr. Rothstein presents the book’s major themes, and then takes questions from the audience. Anyone interested in learning more about the history of redlining in the United States, and the ongoing effects of the practice, should watch the recording.
The U.S. Impact Investing Alliance and Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation developed this framework to measure the impact of Opportunity Zone investments and ensure that these investments can have a positive impact on communities.Learn more
Too often, distressed communities simply cannot access the kind of capital needed to make the transformation to vibrant and healthy communities. That's where New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) come into play.
The Section 4 Program strengthens the nation's lower-income rural and urban communities by bolstering non-profit community developers that build and invest in those neighborhoods.
The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit stimulates investment in affordable housing in underserved inner-city and rural communities and in higher cost suburban communities across the nation.