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Greater Kansas City LISC (Local Initiative Support Corporation) is dedicated to attracting, coordinating and providing resources to assist in the transformation of targeted neighborhoods into healthy, sustainable communities in partnership with their residents. We accomplish this by:
Working with neighborhood residents to create and implement Quality of Life Plans to meet their economic, safety, housing and educational needs.
Measuring progress and communicating results so that stakeholders can benchmark and share successful strategies and tactics.
LISC made its first investment in Kansas City in 1981 and officially opened an office in 1991. Since 1981, we have invested over $143 million in metropolitan Kansas City, which has leveraged nearly $610 million in total development. This investment has resulted in:
5,881 new and rehabbed homes and apartments
5,393 minor home repairs
1,403,725 square feet of retail and commercial facilities
942,435 square feet of community facilities and sports fields
As part of the Greater Kansas City LISC team, the Senior Program Officer is responsible for contributing to accelerated redevelopment of targeted neighborhoods in the NeighborhoodsNOW program. The position reports directly to the Executive Director and will also assist in the development of new program initiatives, managing the LISC annual budget, and other responsibilities as assigned. This is an opportunity to take a broad leadership role in the community development sector.
Three new Local Advisory Board members are helping increase our impact in Kansas City area low-income neighorhoods. Learn who...
Bank of America and Local Initiatives Support Corporation recently announced a new $3.75 million commitment by the bank to support LISC redevelopment efforts in urban cities across America. Kansas City is one of 20 cities that benefit from the LISC/Bank of America partnership. Read how this partnership is changing lives in Kansas City.
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