1 in 3
California families must choose between paying for rent, food, or healthcare.
Economic stability starts at home. Our real estate investments help create safe and vibrant communities.
Raising a family on $25,000 is hard when it takes $68,000 for a family of four just to pay for food, rent, transportation and healthcare. Our real estate investments ensure low-income neighborhoods have youth centers, senior care facilities, health clinics and more, making our communities a safer place to grow up and grow old.
Learn How it Works: Real Estate
- Community real estate investments
- Create construction jobs and permanent jobs
- To build homeless shelters, youth centers, and more
- Lives change
- Loans repaid, repeat!
Opportunity Fund invests in community facilities – like health clinics, senior centers, and youth centers – to ensure all Californians have access to safe, affordable services that make our communities stronger.
Total real estate lending: $240 million
California families benefiting: 219,599
Median family income: $36,000
Jobs supported in 2011: 2,400
Peacock CommonsEdwardSingle dad Edward found stability in the Peacock Commons in Santa Clara.
Seattle Children's Hospital Research Institute$3.7 millionThe institute is a research facility in the Northwest for pediatric diseases and illnesses.
Main Street VillageSharonFormer foster youth Sharon and her son were the first Main Street Village residents.
Coachella Valley Rescue Mission$11.44 millionAn investment helped establish the new facility in Coachella Valley for the homeless.