Boston MA — The Caleb Foundation, an interfaith organization that develops, preserves and manages nine rental communities with more than 1,000 apartment homes for low- and moderate-income residents throughout New England.
Chicanos Por La Causa operates throughout Arizona, offering a wide range of housing, economic development, and social services. CPLC owns and manages 4,000 rental apartments, has 600 employees and serves more than 100,000 people a year.
Eden Housing is a regional nonprofit developer based in the Bay Area of California. Since its inception in 1968, Eden has completed nearly 4,500 rental apartments, including 250 single-family homes for first-time homeowners.
Low Income Investment Fund, based in San Francisco, has provided capital and technical assistance totaling over $353 million to community organizations in 35 states. LIIF has supported the creation of 45,000 apartments, 12,000 child care spaces, 1,125 student spaces in educational facilities, and 1.2 million square feet of commercial space.
Mercy Housing, established in 1981 by the Sisters of Mercy, is comprised of seven regional corporations, a property operations subsidiary, and a loan fund. Mercy has developed 15,000 apartment homes, and made loans totaling $105 million to nonprofit groups in 35 states for the development of 11,400 apartments.
Project for Pride in Living, founded in 1972, owns and manages more than 700 units in Minneapolis and St. Paul, and annually serves more than 3,500 adults and youth in its human service programs, and nearly 1,000 people with employment and job training.
Planning Office for Urban Affairs, established in 1969 and affiliated with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston, has developed 2,000 rental apartments, and over the past few years has dramatically increased its affordable housing production throughout eastern Massachusetts.