LEVITICUS FUND - Faith Capital for Building Communities A community development fund for socially-responsive investors
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Human potential is an untapped resource in many low-income communities. Leviticus Fund recognizes that potential and offers its capital in a way that gives communities an opportunity to harness their own talents and skills. We partner with nonprofit organizations rooted in these communities to provide capital and technical assistance that strengthens their own initiatives to create affordable housing and community-based facilities. We also offer low interest financing to nonprofit and proprietary child care centers committed to serving low income families dependent on quality programs to care for their little ones.

Healthy, viable communities.... They are the best defense against poverty today... and for our future.

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Case Studies

The Mill  

A boarded-up former mill factory in Middletown, New York is undergoing a significant transformation, creating both affordable rental housing and a culinary arts job training café.

The project is being developed by the Regional Economic Community Action Program, Inc. (RECAP) and Mill Street Partners.  Read more

  A quarter of the way to completion, the Palm Street Infant and Toddler Center hopes to open up at 1033 South Orange Avenue in the West Ward of Newark, New Jersey, in September. The building will be a 9,900 square foot, two-story center that serves 76 children from low-income families. Read more

The 14-classroom center in the Ivy Hill section of Newark, New Jersey opened its doors in September 2009 with full enrollment of 210 children between the ages of three and four years old. The state-of-the art preschool is the newest facility operated by Unified Vailsburg Services Organization (UVSO), a human services and community development agency based in Newark, New Jersey

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Julio Colon, left, Director of Community and Economic Development for La Casa de Don Pedro, confers with contractors at the site of the agency’s 19-unit affordable housing project in Newark, New Jersey.

Read more in our 2008 annual report


The adage “It takes a village to raise a child” is commonly heard. For a group of Connecticut parents with developmentally disabled adult children it sometimes takes a special child to raise up a whole community.

Read more about The Cottage in Darien.


Westhab, Inc. is the largest non-profit provider of housing and supportive services for low-income households and the homeless in Westchester County, New York. Leviticus Fund provided $201,148 in construction and permanent financing for this project.

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The Leviticus Fund is an equal opportunity provider.

Leviticus 25:23 Alternative Fund, Inc.
220 White Plains Road, Suite 125, Tarrytown, NY 10591
Tel. 914.909.4381    Fax. 914.606.9006

A member of the Opportunity Finance Network