Enterprise Community Partners
Enterprise Community Partners

Enterprise Community Partners, formerly The Enterprise Foundation, is a Columbia, Maryland-based nonprofit organization with offices nationwide. Founded in 1982 by developer/philanthropist James W. Wikipedia

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Enterprise Community Partners, formerly The Enterprise Foundation, is a Columbia, Maryland-based nonprofit organization with offices nationwide. Founded in 1982 by developer/philanthropist James W. Wikipedia

  • We're proud to share that our Affordable Housing Design Leadership Institute (AHDLI) has won The American Institute of Architects' 2018 Collaborative Achievement Award! Trinity Simons, executive director of the Mayors' Institute on City Design (MICD), says AHDLI has played a critical role developing industry leadership, adding, The public realm is greatly in need of design leaders, and AHDLI is one of the few programs that I see reliably delivering the skills and leadership needed. http://bit.ly/2njZi3c
  • Opportunity Zones, created as part of the 2017 tax reform deal and originally developed by Economic Innovation Group, will drive long-term capital to distressed communities. Learn more from a new policy brief: http://bit.ly/2BusqZQ
  • Enterprise Community Loan Fund has partnered with Mercy Loan Fund and NeighborWorks Capital to offer $15 million in capital to help communities recover and rebuild as quickly as possible following recent natural disasters. Do you know of an organization that could benefit from this financing? https://www.enterprisecommunity.org/solutions-and-innovation/disaster-recovery-and-rebuilding#rapid-recovery-funding
  • Were thrilled to announce that we are combining efforts with CPDC to better serve thousands of Mid-Atlantic residents! By joining forces we are strengthening our collective ability to preserve affordable homes while developing and deploying the next generation of resident services. http://bit.ly/2raXY7d

We're proud to share that our Affordable Housing Design Leadership Institute (AHDLI) has won The American Institute of Architects' 2018 Collaborative Achievement Award! Trinity Simons, executive director of the Mayors' Institute on City Design (MICD), says AHDLI has played a critical role developing industry leadership, adding, The public realm is greatly in need of design leaders, and AHDLI is one of the few programs that I see reliably delivering the skills and leadership needed. http://bit.ly/2njZi3c

Opportunity Zones, created as part of the 2017 tax reform deal and originally developed by Economic Innovation Group, will drive long-term capital to distressed communities. Learn more from a new policy brief: http://bit.ly/2BusqZQ

Enterprise Community Loan Fund has partnered with Mercy Loan Fund and NeighborWorks Capital to offer $15 million in capital to help communities recover and rebuild as quickly as possible following recent natural disasters. Do you know of an organization that could benefit from this financing? https://www.enterprisecommunity.org/solutions-and-innovation/disaster-recovery-and-rebuilding#rapid-recovery-funding

Were thrilled to announce that we are combining efforts with CPDC to better serve thousands of Mid-Atlantic residents! By joining forces we are strengthening our collective ability to preserve affordable homes while developing and deploying the next generation of resident services. http://bit.ly/2raXY7d

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