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What does L4CD stand for?

L4CD stands for Lenders for Community Development (now known as Opportunity Fund; savings and loan products; Bay Area, CA)

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  • Business, finance, etc.

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Burns is active in the community, serving as a director for a number of educational and community economic development agencies, including the Community Advisory Board for the College of Business at California State University in Sacramento, the Alliance for Community Development in San Francisco, the Economic Development Advisory Committee of the California Department of Housing and Community Development, and Lenders for Community Development in San Jose.
Community First Fund # Federation of Appalachian Housing Enterprises # Florida Community Loan Fund # The Housing Fund (Nashville) # Low Income Investment Fund # Lenders for Community Development # Mercy Loan Fund # Montana CDC # New Hampshire Community Loan Fund # Nonprofit Finance Fund # Northern Economic Initiatives Corporation # Northland Foundation # PeopleFund (formerly Austin CDC) # Primary Care Development Corporation # The Reinvestment Fund # Rural Community Assistance Corporation # Unitarian Universalist Affordable Housing Corp.
Andale has joined forces with several Bay Area and nationally-affiliated organizations to develop the Andale Entrepreneur Assistance program, including Sacred Heart Community Service, Second Start, and Lenders for Community Development (LCD), a community development financial institution representing a consortium of 23 banks.
Organizations that received Skoll Awards for Innovation in Silicon Valley in 2003 are the American Leadership Forum, Santa Clara ($150,000); Businesses United in Investing, Lending and Development, Menlo Park ($125,000); the Community School for Music and the Arts, Mountain View ($150,000); Lenders for Community Development, San Jose ($170,000); People Acting in Community Together, San Jose ($130,000); Project Cornerstone, San Jose ($98,000); and the San Jose Conservation Corps, San Jose ($150,000).