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Since opening our doors in 1998, our local office has invested $131 million in those neighborhoods, further leveraging an additional $254 million in investment. Our work has resulted in the creation of 2,574 units of affordable housing, 355,000 square feet of commercial space, and the renovation of 9 recreational fields for youth.
The Northland Workforce Training Center, a $60 million project touted under the Buffalo Billion, is shaping up.
With sadness we announce the passing of Oramenta Newsome, vice president and executive director of the LISC's DC office. She was an unwavering and passionate champion for the residents of underinvested neighborhoods of Washington, DC and for the city she loved. We pledge to continue her life’s work.
Leading up to Super Bowl Sunday, Maurice Jones, LISC’s CEO and president, reflects on the parallels between our 20-year partnership with the NFL Foundation and his own experiences playing high school football. The 350 fields we’ve created with the NFL Grassroots Program make clear that the value of playing fields extends well beyond the importance of physical fitness: they provide space for youth development, bring communities together, and nurture transformative relationships.