Enterprise Community Partners, formerly The Enterprise Foundation, is a national nonprofit organization that develops and deploys programs and supports community organizations on the ground, advocates for nonpartisan policy, invests capital to build and preserve affordable rental homes, and owns and operates 13,000 affordable homes and provides resident services for 22,000 people. Founded in 1982 by developer/philanthropist James W. Rouse and his wife Patty, Enterprise has worked with community-based nonprofit organizations to develop 662,000 homes, investing $61 billion throughout the United States.
Enterprise operates across three divisions – Solutions, Capital and Communities – that unify and leverage a family of companies together to execute its work. The organization works in more than 800 communities and in collaboration with thousands of partners in the nonprofit, public and for-profit sectors.
Highest paying job titles at Enterprise Community Partners include Vice President, Director, Strategy, and Communications Specialist