Making our work possible
Enterprise Community Partners is a national organization that works to create opportunity for low- and moderate-income families and individuals through affordable housing in diverse, thriving communities. We work to create opportunity through innovative programs that build the capacity of housing providers, innovative ideas and programs that bring about systems change, and cutting-edge capital solutions that help make it all happen.
The work of Enterprise Community Partners in Chicago, Detroit and the Midwest is supported by grants from charitable foundations, sponsorships by businesses that value what we do, competitive grants from governmental agencies, and donations from generous individuals who care about the success of the men, women, and children who are impacted by what we do.
We would like to thank the following key supporters for making our work possible in 2016.
- Bank of America, N.A.
- Capital One
- CME Group Foundation
- Cuore E. Mani Foundation
- Harley Ellis Devereaux
- Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA)
- JPMorgan Chase
- Madison Construction
- MUFG Union Bank, N.A.
- Polk Bros Foundation
- Sally Mead Hands Foundation
- State Farm Insurance Companies
- The Chicago Community Trust
- The George L. Shields Foundation Inc
- U.S. Bank National Association
- US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
- William H. Porter & Nina Cohn, honoring Mary Lynn Porter & William L. Porter
The momentum we built in 2016 will ensure that this year we build the capacity of the affordable housing providers and our communities to make sure that everyone will have a that is safe, healthy, resilient, and connected to opportunity.
Collaboration and partnership is critical to our work. In addition to our financial supporters, we partner with many government, private, and nonprofit organizations in the Chicago area and throughout the region. Our nonprofit partners include our capacity building grantees as well as other key partners, and our government partners include the City of Chicago, Cook County, the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP), the Illinois Housing Development Authority, plus many other regional and municipal agencies in the Chicago metro.