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Priorities & Impact


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

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.