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Greater Kansas City LISC supports redevelopment in more than 100 square miles of metro area neighborhoods, with a special emphasis on urban-core projects.
Our extensive experience with redevelopment locally and nationally, has shown that a geographically targeted approach is the most efficient and effective use of time and limited resources. Therefore, the majority of our investments are concentrated in NeighborhoodsNOW communities - promising neighborhoods where comprehensive, sustainable revitalization can be achieved in quantifiable and tangible ways. In these target neighborhoods we concentrate our full array of programs and grants, loans and equity investments in order to produce comprehensive results.
Beyond this focused effort, Greater Kansas City LISC responds to opportunities in the marketplace through our Greater KC Support Program which provides service to urban areas and to community groups as requested, as long as certain criteria are met. Typically, in these non-NeighborhoodsNOW urban communities and in near-suburban areas, LISC fosters community-based development efforts through civic engagement, provision of technical assistance, and investment of loans and equity to support affordable housing and economic development.
LISC will provide these services if the following criteria are met:
Request for LISC services in areas which are targeted due to specific community development projects, civic priorities, or where a strong nonprofit group is producing outcomes, will be pursued based on the strength of the opportunity. Contact Stephen Samuels more information.
Thanks to a partnership involving the Housing Authority of Kansas City, the City of Kansas City, Brinshore Development, and Greater Kansas City LISC, Kansas City is the recipient of a major grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
The .POP! Shop (pronounced dot-pop-shop), an art gallery and gift shop featuring locally made ceramics, textiles, prints and jewelry, opened earlier this year as a result of LISC and Downtown Shareholders’ ongoing efforts to support economic development in Downtown Kansas City, Kansas.
Thanks to a partnership involving the Housing Authority of Kansas City, the City of Kansas City, United Way of Greater Kansas City, Brinshore Development and Greater Kansas City LISC, Kansas City is one step closer to receiving a major grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
This Momentum Map is just one step towards fostering coordination, community engagement and collaboration of stakeholders that transform communities.
Proposals for 2014 NFL Foundaton Grassroots Fields Program grants are due Feb. 14, 2014. An informational webinar for applicants will be held on Dec. 18 at 1:00 CST.
St. Peter/Waterway is recognized as a Sustainable Community at our 2013 Annual Meeting.
LISC joined city leaders yesterday at a major press event to discuss the latest crime-fighting efforts of the Kansas City No Violence Alliance (KC NoVA). As the lead funder, LISC has invested $160,000 to fast-track the launch of KC NoVA.
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