Home L.A. Loan Fund: Investing in a Solution to Chronic Homelessness
Every night, over 66,000 Angelenos go to sleep homeless, enough to fill Dodger Stadium. The California Community Foundation (CCF) is working with partners to build 10,000 housing units over ten years for our neighbors in need.
We invite donors who are passionate about homelessness to invest in the Home L.A. Loan Fund, a one-of-a-kind, risk-free charitable investment option.
With a minimum commitment of $50,000, Home L.A. Loan Fund members become part of an innovative and effective strategy to address homelessness in Los Angeles County through supportive housing.
Here’s how it works:
- Investments provide three or five year seed capital to organizations building permanent supportive housing units for the chronically homeless.
- Housing providers leverage this loan capital to speed up production and build more units for those who need them.
- At the conclusion of the loan’s term, 100% of your initial investment is returned to your fund.
More information about the Home L.A. Loan Fund and how it works is available through our fact sheet. The Home L.A. Loan Fund is open to CCF fundholders only. To open your own fund, click here.
By becoming a member of the Home L.A. Loan Fund, you are partnering with a committed group of donors who understand that every Angeleno benefits from a solution to chronic homelessness. And since all Home L.A. loans are guaranteed by CCF, you can double your impact, using your charitable dollars to fight homelessness now and directing them later to the causes your care about most.
If you’re interested in becoming a part of this unique opportunity, click the button below to contact us and begin your investment.
Contributions to the California Community Foundation represent irrevocable gifts subject to the legal and fiduciary control of the foundation’s board of directors. This charge will appear on your credit card statement as a payment to “Calif Comm Fdn – CCF”. In addition, California Community Foundation incurs a third-party administrative fee of 2.7 percent for credit card contributions. The foundation will charge the fee directly to the individual fund.