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Impact Stories

NALCAB Network Impact Stories

Through grantmaking, technical assistance and training, research and advocacy, NALCAB supports our member network of 130+ nonprofits in making measurable, sustaining impact on Latino and immigrant communities across the country. Discover how NALCAB is empowering low- and moderate-income communities and entrepreneurs to achieve financial and social equity and drive the US economy.

Homewise Santa Fe, NM

Equitable Neighborhood Development

Homewise has operated a local version of a homeownership voucher idea in New Mexico for years and has helped thousands of new buyers with down payment assistance, from Albuquerque to high-cost Santa Fe.

Washington County Department of Housing Services Washington County, OR

Pete Garcia Fellowship

Rodolfo, a 2017 Pete Garcia Fellow Alumnus, was selected from 39 entries, and will pursue research and writing focused on elevating anti-displacement strategies in Latinx communities across the US.

¡HICA! Birmingham, AL

Financial Capability

As part of a 2018-2020 Wells Fargo grant from NALCAB, the Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama (¡HICA!) was able to more formally integrate financial capability curriculum into their existing programs and drastically increase the number of clients that they were able to help gain financial success.

Come Dream. Come Build Brownsville, TX

Equitable Neighborhood Development

Acquired with support from NALCAB's Catalyst Fund, the historic downtown bank building will be rehabilitated into permanent affordable housing and a grocery store.

Jamaica Plain NDC Jamaica Plain, MA

Financial Capability

When Lisa first approached JPNDC, she was unemployed and living on the savings she had accumulated in hopes of one day buying a home. Through their services and a rent reporting pilot, she found employment, raised her credit score, began saving for retirement, a home and college for her child and more.

Mission Economic Development Agency San Francisco, CA

Pete Garcia Fellowship

A 2019 Pete Garcia Fellowship Alum, Lucia discusses how her experience emigrating to the US from Guatemala at age 11 will shape her plans to take San Francisco's immigrant community from resilient to thriving.

NALCAB San Antonio, TX

Equitable Neighborhood Development

Supported by NALCAB and led by UTSA’s Center for Urban and Regional Planning Research, “Comfort Vision 2050” offers the Hill Country community of Comfort a bottom-up, grassroots approach to urban planning that acknowledges the residents’ recent decision to resist incorporation.

Latino Economic Development Center St. Paul, MN

Small Business

Shared Ground started in 2014, organized by farmers and LEDC. With the pandemic and the civil unrest resulting from George Floyd dying at the hands of Minneapolis police, several grocery stores were damaged, creating food deserts in Minneapolis.

The Allapattah Collaborative CDC Miami, FL

Equitable Neighborhood Development

For many commercial districts, the displacement of long-standing businesses and residents due to gentrification looms as an all-too-real threat. To prevent this  in Miami's Allapattah district, the Allapattah Collaborative CDC has created an Equitable Development Action Plan.

Mission Economic Development Agency San Francisco, CA

Small Business

Nearly two decades after starting to make tamales in her Berkeley home, Alicia Villanueva has landed 50+ contracts with grocery stores. Her journey started with support from MEDA to earn a loan and TA.

Avenue CDC Houston, Texas

Equitable Neighborhood Development

In 2018, with support from NALCAB, Avenue created a pilot prefabricated, also known as modular construction, project design in the heart of the Northline neighborhood. The success of the project sparked interest in constructing accessory dwelling units (ADUs) in the community as a means of creating affordable housing on existing home sites and helping residents remain in their homes by providing an additional way to generate income.