CED Workshops

2019 CED Workshops

 

 

 

Innovative Funding Tools for CED Projects

 

Join CCEDA and leading practitioners for a daylong workshop on Innovative Funding Tools for Community Economic Development (CED) Projects, featuring public, private, and new crowdsource funding. Projects discussed may include funding for mixed-use projects, community facilities, and affordable housing. Hear from subject experts and other supporting organizations about industry trends and opportunities. Learn how these funding tools are accessed and successfully utilized. Network with experienced practitioners and CED veterans. Register Now! Space is Limited!

 

 

Los Angeles Session Registration

When:                Thursday, July 18, 9:30 AM – 3:00 PM

Where:               Boyle Heights Technology YouthSource Center

 1600 E 4th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90033

 

Oakland Session Registration

When:                Wednesday, July 24, 9:30 AM – 3:00 PM

Where:              California Endowment Center for Healthy Communities

 2000 Franklin Street, Oakland, CA 94612

 

Who should attend?

  • CED practitioners and organizations who seek to gain a better understanding of current public, private, and crowd sourcing funding tools for CED projects
  • Financial Institutions, Foundations, and other Grantors to learn about public and private tools used by other funders and how local organizations have successfully built partnerships with municipalities for CED projects
  • Individuals and Organizations interested in learning more about CED funding resources and want to meet subject experts that can help move your CED project forward

 

Attendees will leave with an understanding of:

  • CED private sector financing tools, public financing credit instruments and project funding applications using crowdsourcing funds
  • Structuring (programmatically and financially) your CED deals, exemplary practices, risks, and diverse funding requirements for each of the public, private and crowdsourcing programs
  • Examples of successful programs that have secured funding from unique sources
  • Who to connect with and what are the best ways to acquire access from these distinct funding sources
  • Learn how to form deal making collaborations with municipalities to develop CED projects
  • Learn how to work with investors of Opportunity Zones
  • Working with bankers to access real estate development tools
  • Gain a better understanding of a unique crowdsourcing funding tool exclusive to non-profits
  • Be informed on how to utilize these funds, the criteria and requirements

 

Registration Is Now Open!

Register Now for the Los Angeles Session
Register Now for the Oakland Session

 

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CED Climate Adaptability

Building upon the momentum of continued interest on Climate Adaptability, and its effect on low-wealth communities, CCEDA’s second Continuing Education training sessions will be on CED Climate Adaptability. Climate change will continue to have a threat multiplier effect on low-wealth communities; when turning on the AC may not be an option when it’s 100 degrees outside.

CCEDA will provide CED organizations critical information on developing strategies to prepare for climate adaptation. CCEDA’s goal is to facilitate a discussion between CED organizations and subject experts addressing the impending effects of climate change and the immediate need to prepare strategies to address these challenges in low wealth communities.

More details on this session will follow in the coming months. Stay tuned!

 

For more information regarding these sessions, stay tuned to CCEDA’s Newsletter.
You can also give us a call at 213-625-0105 or email Dominique Coleman at [email protected].

 

CCEDA thanks our organizational supporters: Wells Fargo Bank, OneWest/CIT Bank, State of California Community Services and Development, US Bank, City National Bank, JPMorgan Chase, Cathay Bank, BBVA Compass, Comerica Bank, Union Bank, Bank of the West, Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco, Pacific Premier Bank, Pacific Western Bank, and Boston Private Bank.