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Philadelphia LISC announces a Jumpstart Seed Grant Competition to provide funding to help with planning and start-up costs to launch Jumpstart programs in neighborhoods across Philadelphia. Three neighborhood-based organizations will be awarded up to $5,000 each to help with program start-up costs. Grants will be made to organizations that demonstrate an understanding of the ...
On October 13th, Esperanza broke ground on the adaptive re-use of Roberto Clemente Middle School, which will become a mixed-use building with 38 affordable apartments. Philadelphia LISC provided Esperanza with a bridge loan to make the project happen.
LISC is announcing recoverable grants for predevelopment activities associated with the following affordable housing preservation and mixed-use development projects.