Featured Donor of the Month

Northrop Grumman

Northrop Grumman

The Northrop Grumman Corporation has generously continued its support of Bring Them HOMES, LISC/NEF's Veterans Housing Initiative. To date, Northrop Grumman has helped us create more than 260 units of affordable housing targeted to veterans in developments including The Odyssey Family Residences in Denver, CO —housing targeting female veterans and veterans’ families expected to open next year— in addition to supporting a community resource center adjacent to the just-opened Liberty Village in Amityville, NY. They also support social service programs that help hundreds of homeless and at-risk veterans stabilize their lives.

Northrop Grumman’s new commitment will help expedite the predevelopment phase of permanent supportive housing projects for homeless veterans, providing funding at critical junctures in the process that often derail these projects. It is expected that the new grant will add approximately 250 units of resource-rich, veterans-focused housing.

LISC is grateful for Northrop Grumman’s continued partnership.

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Community development is a dramatic example of what can happen when the goals and resources of the public, private and nonprofit sectors align. Since 1980, LISC has been able to combine the vision and the capacity of community-based organizations with the resources and expertise of the private sector, and the indispensable underpinning of supportive public policies to transform and rebuild low-income neighborhoods into healthy, sustainable communities of choice across our nation. Over the past 32 years, LISC has invested more than $12.9 billion for community development activities that build affordable homes, retail and community facilities and create new jobs. More than 3,100 donors, investors and lenders have contributed to LISC.

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