Equipping Latinos and other DC-area residents with the skills and financial tools to create a better future for their families and communities.
Unified in support of affordable housing, 250 DC residents sent a strong message to the DC Council at the 6th Annual Citywide Tenant Town Hall this past Saturday afternoon at the All Souls Unitarian Church: "Vote for Affordable Housing Programs in the DC budget!"
Challenging the DC Council to stop raids on the Housing Production Trust Fund and adequately fund programs designed to help tenants pay
LEDC is a finalist for the 2013 Citi Microentrepreneurship Award.Click below to learn how to vote for LEDC and help us win $75,000 in support of our programs!
As part of the Association for Enterprise Opportunity's national conference, the awards celebrate the spirit of innovation, collaboration and imagination in microbusiness.
LEDC applied, and we are one of three finalists in the Microbusiness
Colleen Dailey, the Vice Chair of LEDC's Board of Directors, has been appointed Interim Executive Director of LEDC.
Colleen brings 14 years of experience in the field of community economic development to her new role as LEDC embarks upon a national search for a new executive director.
Click below to read a message from LEDC's Board Chair Jim Taylor on this change in leadership and LEDC’s path