Affordable housing is becoming increasingly hard to find throughout many growing cities around the country. Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) offer an alternative to customary housing units, taking the form of basement apartments, living units above the garage, new detached units, or ‘tiny houses’ built in the backyard of an existing home.
Nonprofit boards serve a critical purpose: to determine their organizations' mission and guide them in achieving it effectively and efficiently. In a rapidly changing environment, each board member and officer plays a key leadership role, and must manage a wide variety of critical issues — both long-term and urgent in nature. The objective of this training is to give you knowledge and tools that can expand your ability to lead your organization and ensure its continued strength.
In this presentation, learn more about the value of operating an Eviction Prevention Program (EPP), basic information about program structuring, examples of existing programs, and insights to help you create or revise an existing program.
In this webinar, speakers from LISC, the Reinvestment Fund, and the Nonprofit Finance Fund walk participants through the Outcomes-Based Line of Credit, a new model exploring how credit facilities can be an effective tool to help social service providers scale their programs and services using outcomes-based financing.
Democratizing Finance traces the roots of community development finance over two centuries and draws from hundreds of interviews with CDFI leaders, presidential archives, and congressional testimony. Watch this recording to learn more.