NCCLF is delighted to be the new executive of the California FreshWorks Fund, a healthy food financing initiative that has invested over $70MM in improving healthy food access in California’s low-income communities.
Independent Study Finds that Food Financing Initiative
Just in time to celebrate LGBT Pride month, NCCLF is pleased to announce that it has deployed $7.5M in New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) to the San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Community Center in support of the organization’s current renovations. The project will transform the 37,000 square foot Market Street facility constructed in 2002 into a more community-friendly environment.
The Tenderloin’s newest resident, 826 Valencia, celebrated the grand opening of its long-awaited youth writing facility on May 19th with a ribbon cutting and celebration. The 5,000 square foot space brings tutoring, writing, and publishing programs to thousands of youth in the neighborhood, thanks in-part to NCCLF’s real estate consulting services.
On May 19th over 200 of our friends and partners joined us SPUR’s new Oakland facility for a memorable evening celebrating our history, leadership, and those creating community impact.