Having a Blast with the Energizer Afterschool Program at Dance Place

Donate to DC LISC

You make the difference. Give Now! >

Life in the Neighborhoods of Washington, DC: Oral Histories

Listen to the series here. Listen >

Subscribe to LISC eNews:



We're Hiring

Washington, DC LISC(DC LISC) is seeking a multi-skilled individual to join our five person team whose mission is to help to create healthy neighborhoods that are good places to live, work, raise children and conduct business in the District of Columbia. The responsibilities of this position include both resource development and communications.  

Read more here.

Please Excuse Our Mess

We are redesigning our website and will launch our newly designed website in the Spring of 2015. In the meantime, please excuse our mess.

Welcome!

We are one site of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), the nation’s largest community development support organization. Our mission is to help neighborhood residents create healthy and sustainable places of choice and opportunity – good places to live, work, raise children and conduct business. We mobilize corporate, government, individual donor and philanthropic support and invest these resources into the projects, programs and initiatives that build on the assets and address the challenges of the neighborhoods in Washington, DC.

Stay Connected

LISC on Facebook LISC on Twitter LISC on Flickr Youtube LISC on Linkedin RSS Feed

All About DC LISC

NFL Grassroots RFP

The NFL Foundation Grassroots Program is a partnership of the National Football League Foundation (NFL Foundation) and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) to provide non-profit, neighborhood-based organizations, middle schools and high schools with financing and technical assistance to improve the quality, safety, and accessibility of local football fields.

Information Resources

Housing Security in the Washington Region details the gaps in affordable housing across a range of income levels in the Washington, DC region.

Neighborhood Info DC provides information on DC's neighborhoods, including population, race, ethnicity, income, poverty, employment, education, public assistance, single-parent families, low weight and teen births, income, housing, crime and more.

Washington, DC - Our Changing City has great information about the changes DC experienced from 2000 - 2010.