Our Stories

1.08.2020 -

Christine Morris Named ED of LISC Hampton Roads

LISC has tapped the former chief resilience officer for the city of Norfolk as executive director of its new full-service program office in Hampton Roads, Va. Christine Morris will kick off work this month to lead LISC’s local investments in affordable housing, businesses, health and jobs—all designed to expand economic opportunity for residents.

10.03.2019 -

LISC, Sentara Healthcare Team Up on $100M for Virginia Communities

LISC is ramping up its commitment to take on social determinants of health through a bold new partnership with Sentara Healthcare and the opening of a new full service office in Hampton Roads, Va. LISC and Sentara are each committing $50 million to the effort, which builds on the long-standing work of LISC’s Richmond office in order to expand economic opportunity throughout the Commonwealth.

9.30.2019 -

LISC Launches “Play Ball Again” to Rebuild Community Baseball Fields in Puerto Rico

LISC has teamed up with Maestro Cares Foundation, Good Bunny Foundation and Cubs Charities to revive damaged Little League fields in Puerto Rico and, in the process, help revitalize communities still scarred from devastating 2017 hurricanes. Music icons Marc Anthony and Bad Bunny are leading the funding, with Chicago Cubs star Javier Báez and UNICEF USA joining the effort to restore these cultural hubs.

9.13.2019 -

Geoff Jolley is the New Executive Director of LISC Kansas City

LISC has named Geoff Jolley to lead its ambitious community investment plans in Kansas City. Jolley, who has spent decades working on the interests of local residents as both a policy expert and community leader, takes the helm of LISC Kansas City this month to oversee work on affordable housing, economic development, health, community safety and jobs.

5.22.2019 -

Connecting Health and Housing in Charlotte

LISC and Atrium Health are joining forces to take on the social determinants of health as part of affordable housing investments in Charlotte. The effort was recently named one of the awardees in the second phase of Fannie Mae’s $10 million Sustainable Communities Innovation Challenge.