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For nearly 30 years, the Local Initiatives Support Corporation in Los Angeles has worked with local leaders to invest in housing, health, education, public safety and employment - all basic needs that must be tackled at once so that progress in one is not undermined by neglect in another.

LISC brings together key local players to take on pressing challenges and incubate new solutions. With them, we help develop smarter public policy. Our toolkit is extensive. It includes loans, grants, equity investments and on-the-ground experience in some of the neediest neighborhoods.

 

Los Angeles Project Selected to Participate in the Healthy Futures Fund Readiness Program!Los Angeles Project Selected to Participate in the Healthy Futures Fund Readiness Program!

(04/21/16) LA LISC is pleased to announce that our community partner, New Economics for Women and their collaboration with Arroyo Vista Family Health Center, has been selected to participate in the Healthy Futures Fund (HFF) Readiness Program! The HFF is a $200 million collaboration between the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), Morgan Stanley and The Kresge Foundation designed to promote healthy communities—with capital financing resources specifically designated for Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) that are addressing the social determinants of health through a co-location model. The HFF Readiness Program is a technical assistance program offered through LISC on behalf of its HFF partners and is intended to help advance innovative FQHC expansion projects. Capital Link is the dedicated technical assistance provider for the Readiness Program and HFF partner, bringing over 18 years of planning and development experience in support of FQHCs nationwide. Nationally, only 10 partners and partnerships have been selected during this process and LA LISC is excited to continue working with our community partners to expand access to health services and to build healthier and stronger communities!

Job Opening: Community Development Officer

The Los Angeles Local Initiatives Support Corporation seeks a professional to fill the position of Community Development Officer  - Housing & Economic Development.  This position reports to the Executive Director. 

View the job description here.

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