It’s been 10 years since Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast.
Working with partners, we’ve helped bring opportunity to communities. But there’s more to be done.
See how we're rebuilding.
Moving low-income families to affluent neighborhoods is "no quick fix for the long-term effects of entrenched racism and generational poverty," writes Enterprise SVP Ali Solis in a letter rebuking an op-ed that recently appeared in the New York Times. Says Solis: "We must invest in all communities."
from Small Sites
San Francisco Community Land Trust is transforming a formerly distressed property into renovated, affordable homes with help from Enterprise and the city's Small Sites Program.
Did you know that Enterprise Community Partners maintains Charity Navigator’s top rating?
The four-star endorsement demonstrates that Enterprise’s charitable operations exceed industry standards, giving donors confidence that we’re worthy of their trust and support.
Donors help low-income families secure homes with access to health care, schools, transportation and jobs when they support Enterprise.
The Kresge Foundation has supported the creation of vital affordable housing while helping make communities more energy efficient and sustainable.
The generosity of the Annie E. Casey Foundation has been critical in efforts to create more than 6,000 new homes in Northern California.