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Our Priorities in Southern California

  • Advance cross-sectoral advocacy for additional local and state resources for affordable housing while continuing to create innovative financial tools that preserve and create homes linked to community facilities and services
     
  • Foster a collaboration of public agencies, philanthropic organizations and businesses to ensure that public transit is connected to affordable housing and to promote placed-based community development initiatives
     
  • Support affordable housing developers to strengthen their financial systems, to expand strategic collaborations and to increase capacity and production
     
  • Build the resident services capacity of affordable housing providers and advance public policy that preserves housing opportunities for formerly homeless people

Our Impact in Southern California

  • Invested more than $1 billion in Southern California
     
  • Developed more than 19,000 apartments in low-income neighborhoods
     
  • Created more than 500 affordable homeownership opportunities
     
  • Helped to secure new public and private funding for affordable housing in Los Angeles including the New Generation Fund and the Golden State Acquisition Fund
Resources


Dora Leong Gallo, CEO of A Community of Friends, joins Enterprise and partners at the Willis Apartments Grand Opening. 
  • Transit-Oriented District University - Innovative curriculum helps community-based groups engage residents in community revitalization and transit planning, translating complex terms and concepts into everyday language.