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After calling Adams Morgan home for more than two decades, LEDC will relocate its DC office to the WeWork Wonderbread Factory in the neighborhood of Shaw.

The move will take place by the end of July. LEDC's new address in the District will be 641 S Street NW, Washington, DC 20001.  

Follow key updates by joining our community on Facebook and Twitter as we prepare for the move!

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Thanks to the generosity of LEDC supporters across the Washington region, LEDC raised $12,170 as part of the June 19th Do More 24 day of giving.

Our #dreambig campaign helped LEDC place first for the second straight year among nonprofits in the United Way of the National Capital Area's "Financial Stability" category for most dollars raised and most donors. The funds raised will help people

LEDC will mark the official expansion of our small business lending operations to Baltimore at a special event this evening in Baltimore.

With the support of the Southeast Community Development Corporation and the City of Baltimore, the expansion marks the first time LEDC has expanded its services beyond the DC metropolitan area. The move, inspired by the city's efforts to gain 10,000 families

LEDC is hosting a special financial fitness workshop this Saturday in Wheaton to help Latinos in Montgomery County achieve their financial goals and advance on their road to financial independence.

The workshop, a collaboration between LEDC and the El Poder de Ser Mujer initiative, will help participants prepare a budget, learn how to better manage their money, adopt different savings techniques,

Effective May 19th, Gustavo Velasquez has stepped down from his position as Executive Director of LEDC. Marla Bilonick will assume the position of Interim Executive Director.

Read a letter from LEDC Board Chair Noralisa Leo thanking Gustavo for his service and announcing Marla's new position.

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