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From urban... to suburban... to rural..., the Leviticus Fund is a community development loan fund that spans the states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. This geographic landscape is certainly broad, yet the challenges for affordable, special needs and emergency housing, early education centers for children of low-income families, community health centers and other community facilities that improve communities and the lives of low-income residents cut across the region.
Leviticus recognizes that creating opportunities in these communities often makes a critical difference. That is why we partner with nonprofit organizations that are strong advocates for their communities.
Our mission is to offer flexible financing to nonprofit organizations...
to purchase land...
to rehabilitate or expand existing structures...
for new construction...
that creates affordable housing for lower income people and supportive housing for those with mental or physical disabilities, a history of substance abuse, or are living with HIV/AIDS. For those needing support services to rebuild their personal lives, Leviticus offers loans to build community-based facilities providing emergency shelter, youth services, domestic violence support, employment training, quality health care and healthy food options. For early education, Leviticus lends to both nonprofits and proprietary child care centers whose enrollment includes at least 50 percent of low-income families.
Contact Sabine Werner, Lending Officer, at 914.909.4482 or SWerner@leviticusfund.org.
To read more about Leviticus' flexible financing, click here.
To read more about our Manufactured Housing Communities, click here.
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