Funders and Partners

Our work would not be possible without the support of our funders and the hard work of our community partners.

2018 Government Supporters

  • Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development
  • Baltimore County Department of Planning
  • DC Department of Small and Local Business Development-DSLBD
  • DC Department of Housing and Community Development-DHCD
  • DC Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs-MOLA
  • Freddie Mac
  • Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development
  • Montgomery County Department of  Finance
  • US Small Business Administration
  • US Department of the Treasury
  • US Department of Health and Human Services

2018 Foundation Support

  • Abell Foundation
  • Aaron and Lillie Straus Foundation
  • Annie E Casey Foundation
  • Cafritz Foundation
  • CLA Foundation
  • Community Foundation for Montgomery County
  • Fradian Foundation
  • Goldseker Foundation
  • Herb Block Foundation
  • Hill Snowdon Foundation
  • Luther I Replogle Foundation
  • Maximus Foundation
  • Meyer Foundation
  • Tides Foundation
  • Weinberg Foundation
  • William J. and Dorothy K. O'Neill Foundation

2018 Corporate Support

  • BB&T
  • Capital One
  • Citi Foundation
  • Eileen Fisher
  • JP Morgan Chase
  • HSBC
  • Wells Fargo
  • Woodforest Bank

LEDC is also grateful for the collaborative support from key partners working in the field of asset building and community-based economic development.

  • Arnold and Porter Kaye Scholer, LLP
  • Aspen Institute
  • Baltimore City Community College (BCCC)
  • Baltimore City’s Mayor’s Office for Immigrant and Multicultural Affairs (MIMA)
  • Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC)
  • Baltimore Food Hub
  • Baltimore International Rescue Committee (IRC)
  • BizLaunch
  • Bread for the City
  • Capital Area Asset Builders
  • Carlos Rosario
  • CASA de Maryland
  • Catholic Charities
  • Central Baltimore Partnership (CBP)
  • Centro Sol at Johns Hopkins University
  • Citi Community Development
  • Civil Justice
  • Credit Builders Alliance
  • DC Bar Pro Bono Program
  • DC Central Kitchen
  • DC Language Access Coalition
  • DC Women’s Business Center
  • DCRA Small Business Resource Center
  • Downtown Market Center Merchants Association
  • Enoch Pratt Library
  • Esperanza Center
  • Gilcrhist Immigrant Resource Center
  • Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • Highlandtown Main Street
  • Holland & Knight LLP
  • Impact Hub
  • Impact Silver Spring
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Mary’s Center
  • MD Small Business Resource Center (SBRC)
  • MECU of Baltimore
  • Neighborhood Housing Services of Baltimore (NHS)
  • New Futures
  • Northern Virginia Family Services
  • Operation Hope
  • Pigtown Main Street
  • Prosperity Now
  • SCORE
  • Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
  • South East Community Development Corporation (SEDC)
  • Washington Area Community Investment Fund (WACIF)Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless

LEDC is a Member of the Following Membership Organizations and Cohorts

  • Ascend 2020-JP Morgan Chase
  • Building High Impact Nonprofits of Color-Prosperity Now and JP Morgan Chase
  • Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development-CNHED
  • Community Progress Makers-Citi Foundation
  • Diverse Community Capital-Wells Fargo
  • Latino Providers Network of Baltimore
  • Mission Lenders Working Group
  • National Community Reinvestment Coalition-NCRC
  • National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders – NALCAB Unidos US