Enterprise Community Partners
Established in 1982
Mission Statement: As a proven and powerful nonprofit, Enterprise improves communities and people’s lives by making well-designed homes affordable. We bring together nationwide know-how, partners, policy leadership and investment to multiply the impact of local affordable housing development.
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Impacts & Achievements:
Some of the highlights
CEO Salary: 0.95% of expenses
- 26,122 low-income families housed in affordable, well-maintained units as a result of the nonprofit’s efforts
- 7,100,000,000 Dollars invested to further our mission: To create opportunity for low- and moderate-income people through affordable housing in diverse, thriving communities.
- 51,000 Number of jobs created and maintained
- Created nearly 529,000 homes, invested $36 billion and touched millions of lives
How Enterprise Community Partners is making a difference
Financing & Development
Capital on a Mission: Pioneering new financial tools and match socially conscious investors with opportunities that yield economic returns alongside intentional and measurable impact for communities.
Building Sustainable Organizations:
Enterprise brings critical guidance and innovation to communities across a range of services and expertise, partnering with cities, states and nonprofits to support comprehensive community development.
Equitable Transit-Oriented Development
Enterprise is a national leader in bringing together the housing and transportation systems to ensure that everyone lives near quality transit and other critical resources.
Health and Housing
Enterprise is strengthening the ties between the housing and health care sectors. Together, we are finding new ways to make affordable housing a platform for residents’ health and well-being.
Public Sector Consulting & Technical Assistance by Enterprise Advisors
Our team offers technical assistance, consulting and strategic support for state and local government on housing and community development issues.
Rose Architectural Fellowship
Partners emerging architectural designers with housing and community development organizations for three years to unite a community-based approach with best practices in design.
Culture & Creativity
Bridging the connections between the existing physical and social systems through culture and creativity allows us to better connect residents to opportunity, and support their long-term well-being and success.
Bringing together leaders in affordable housing design and development, we promote a holistic and inclusive approach to creating healthy, green affordable homes and communities.
Recovery and Rebuilding
Enterprise informs the recovery and rebuilding of affordable homes in areas affected by natural disasters. We help communities develop homes to a greener, healthier standard and design them with flood-proofing and other risk-mitigation features.
Rural and Native American Housing
More than 40 percent of rural households lack basics like water and electricity. Enterprise is helping communities respond to these challenges and end housing insecurity in rural America.