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Fifth Third Bank, National Association, and Enterprise Community Partners today announced the launch of a $180 million neighborhood program to accelerate revitalization in nine key majority-Black communities across seven states that have experienced disinvestment.
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Southern Bancorp, Inc., CEO, Darrin L. Williams was recently appointed to the board of trustees of Enterprise Community Partners.
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Community Opportunity Fund teams with Enterprise, Success Measures at NeighborWorks America and Columbia, Dartmouth and Harvard universities in a new study.
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Hudson Partners Development, Enterprise Community Partners, The Community Preservation Corporation Announce Start of Construction on 88-Unit Workforce Housing Development in Schenectady
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Enterprise Community Partners (Enterprise) announced a $6 million financing commitment to the Coalition for Responsible Community Development (CRCD) to support its work providing affordable homes and services to working-class communities in East and South Los Angeles. As part of Enterprise’s Equitable Path Forward (EPF) initiative to invest in Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC)-led housing providers, the funding will help finance the creation of 50 affordable apartments and augment CRCD’s ability to benefit the individuals and families it serves.
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Enterprise Community Partners (Enterprise) today announced $2.9 million total in grants to 10 New York State housing not-for-profits as part of its Call for Ideas Program.
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Enterprise Community Partners (Enterprise) today announced that Baaba Halm has joined the organization as its new vice president and New York market leader. A New York nonprofit and public sector executive, Halm brings more than two decades of experience in housing, community development and policy, and a strong commitment to racial equity to Enterprise.
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With commitments from 10 investors, Enterprise Housing Partners Fund XXXV will help create or preserve 2,529 affordable homes across 19 properties in 14 states.
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Enterprise, UrbanCore Preservation and Pacific Housing announce a deal to preserve 105 affordable homes in Alameda County, California, through investment from the Housing for Health Fund.
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Enterprise becomes the first affordable housing organization to join the Well Living Lab Alliance, a global network of organizations committed to improving human health and well-being in indoor environments.
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