LISC National
40th Anniversary

LISC Philadelphia's 40th Anniversary Sponsors & Supporters 

As LISC reflects on 40 years of advancing equitable community development throughout Philadelphia, we're grateful for the many public and private sector partnerships that support our work. 

For four decades, LISC has been an indispensable force that enables remarkable work to happen. We connect people to quality, affordable housing and to economic security through job readiness and good employment. And we build capacity for residents to make their communities safer and business-friendly, spurring dynamic commercial districts and entrepreneurship. None of this work is possible without the ongoing support of our cross-sector donors. 

LISC Philadephia's 40th Anniversary Sponsors 

Resources raised for the 40th Anniversary will support LISC in expanding and deepening the impact of our three core strategies-allowing us to increase economic development, preserve & maintain more affordable homes, and enhance our commitment to equitable community development. 

TD Bank is the lead 40th Anniversary & Connected Communities sponsor for LISC Philadelphia. Corporate Citizenship isn't just a catchphrase at TD Bank–we take it as seriously as we do our passion for banking convenience and world-class customer service. We're committed to driving change that will enrich the lives of our customers, communities and colleagues. 

Wells Fargo is the lead sponsor for LISC Philadelphia's Affordable Housing Community Conversation and the lead sponsor of our 40th Anniversary Gala. Wells Fargo has a long legacy of serving and supporting communities, and we have long been one of the most generous corporate foundations in the U.S. The company, through its business and the Wells Fargo Foundation, uses its resources and expertise to solve complex societal problems and pave a path to stability and financial success for underserved communities.

If you're interested in learning more about how to get involved in LISC's work, check out our Sponsorship Opportunities or e-mail Anna Stormer for more information.