This LISC research report looks at efforts of intermediaries to advance equity considering the needs of local organizations and also citywide actors and the public sector. The goal is to learn how intermediaries can build the capacity of entire systems to promote equitable outcomes. [...]
In this webinar, Dee and Bob draw on interviews with 12 diverse long-time leaders in community development and identify a number of common themes for what inspired and drove them.
In this webinar panelists reflect on ways that partnerships between health anchors and community development organizations can help realize equitable neighborhood outcomes.
By working together, nonprofits and for-profit developers can make development projects into something more than they could be if either entity acted alone. The LISC Institute spoke to both nonprofit and for-profit developers to explore some of the common advantages and risks of real estate joint ventures.
In this webinar, the authors of Navigating Community Development describe the current community development ecosystem, define a range of essential community development competencies, and demonstrate through seven case studies how using comparative advantages built on core competencies can improve outcomes for communities.