Wayside Cross Ministries

Homeless Center -healthcare: UDF provided financing to Wayside Cross Ministries for construction of a four story transitional housing, rescue mission and administrative office facility to be located at 215 E. New York Street, Aurora, Illinois Wayside Cross is a Section 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Its programs include: (i) the Master’s Touch Ministry which is a comprehensive […]

Hunger Solution Center

A new food distribution center provides food for low-income individuals and classrooms for outreach programs In 2014, Food Lifeline successfully completed the 130,000 sq-ft Hunger Solution Center which replaced the previously leased buildings in SODO and Shoreline that were operating at full capacity. The Hunger Solution Center completely transformed Food Lifeline by allowing the organization […]

Downtown Rescue Mission

Downtown Rescue Mission began in 1975 and has always exemplified itself as a place with “a heart for the homeless” by daily providing meals, clothing, short and long-term housing, recovery programs, counseling and many other services. This Building Hope project is the new construction of a 30,230 square foot facility with both shelter and longer […]

YMCA of Salt Lake City Expansion

The YWCA of Salt Lake City expansion involved the construction of a new domestic violence shelter and a transitional housing facility for homeless women on the grounds of the organization’s downtown campus. The first phase of a major expansion designed to revamped the YWCA’s existing facilities in order to enhance the impact of its services […]

Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida

Second Harvest Food Bank of Central was able to secure a new, 100,000 sq. ft. food bank and distribution center serving central Florida communities thanks to the NMTC. To support its mission of collecting and distributing donated food to more than 500 nonprofit partner agencies throughout six Central Florida counties, Second Harvest Food Bank of […]

Urban Community School Education and Wellness Campus

Development of a project to include a 17,400 square foot early childhood and parent development center, a 32,650 square foot federally qualified health center with a 115 square foot food bank and a 10,000 square foot community facility for Urban Squash Cleveland which will provide school mentoring, meals and counseling.

Mobile Loaves and Fishes: Community First! Village Phase 2

Community First! Village: 312 housing units, support services, and facilities for individuals coming out of chronic homelessness. Phase 2 includes 103 park model homes and 207 micro homes, seven of which are 3D printed. An 8,400 square foot community building includes common areas, computers, counseling space, addiction recovery meetings, therapeutic activities, music workshops, meal space, […]

The Center for Pursuit

The proceeds were used to acquire, develop, construct and lease certain improvements on a campus providing services for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. There will be 7 tenants ranging from providing health services, wellness programs, food/coffee/restaurants, retail, and support/employment training.

Wheeler Center for Women & Children

The Wheeler Mission Center for Women and Children, located at 3208 East Michigan Street, was chosen for investment through the City of Indianapolis’ New Markets Tax Credit award. Wheeler Mission, founded in 1893, is a non-denominational Christian organization that provides vital goods and services to the homeless population of Indiana. With nine locations in Indianapolis […]

Merced Rescue Mission: Village of Hope Phase 1

Named a 2020 California Nonprofit of the Year, Merced Rescue Mission serves individuals in Merced County who are homeless, have been incarcerated, or are imprisoned by addiction, at over 20 locations. Phase 1 of the Village of Hope involves construction of four buildings to provide medical respite for homeless residents and apartment buildings for homeless […]

Light of Life

New construction of a 24,600 sq. ft. homeless shelter serving men, women, and children. The facility will include 50 beds and will provide case management and substance abuse recovery services as well as life skills training, meal ministry, chapel ministry, housing referrals and street outreach. Light of Life Rescue Mission has provided food, shelter, and […]

Odessa Brown Community Clinic

New construction of 29,000 square foot, 2 floor pediatric health clinic which will serve predominately black children. The clinic will include: 16 exam rooms; 9 counseling rooms; 3 parent-child interactive teaching rooms; 12 dental seats; space for sports medicine, occupational and physical therapy; a kitchen to teach cooking and nutrition; a multi-use space to promote […]

Atlanta Mission – Restoration House

Atlanta Mission is the oldest and largest provider of support services for metro Atlanta’s homeless population. NMTC financed the construction of Restoration House, a 45,330 SF low-barrier shelter for homeless women and children. Restoration House will be Atlanta’s first low-barrier shelter, meaning it accepts all clients as long as they are not a risk to […]

Bridgeport Rescue Mission

Acquisition and adaptation of a former nursing home for use as a multi-purpose social service agency and transitional/treatment housing. Bridgeport Rescue Mission was founded in 1993 by a couple distributing meals from the back of their station wagon, and soon expanded into an old recreational vehicle with a mobile kitchen. The organization has since grown […]

Groundworks Collaborative

Project to finance the development of Groundworks Collaborative’s new permanent campus in Brattleboro, VT. Groundworks provides essential shelter and supportive services, including housing case management, health care, food, and advocacy, to homeless individuals and families in Southern Vermont. The new campus will house Groundworks’ Seasonal Overflow Shelter, Day Shelter and consolidate workspace for operations and […]

Missouri Slope Areawide United Way and Community Works of North Dakota

Finance rehabilitation, renovation, construction, and other project costs related to the expansion of an existing 3,200 SF building to be transformed into the “Center for Opportunity”, consisting of a homeless shelter, job training center, social services, and United Way administrative offices facility in Bismarck, ND

St. Vincent de Paul

The build out of a 25,500 sq ft community facility that quadruples the existing direct client serving space. Balance of space (24,500)will be leased to 3rd party tenants to diversify revenue streams and provide room for future expansion if needed. “Our Home Visit is the heart of what we do at St. Vincent de Paul […]

Union Rescue Mission

With homelessness in Los Angeles continuing to rise at alarming rates, community development financial institution (CDFI) Genesis LA is partnering with service provider Union Rescue Mission to construct a new 74,866 square foot transitional housing facility. Financed with $27 million in New Markets Tax Credits from Genesis LA and the Los Angeles Development Fund, Angeles […]

Kalamazoo Gospel Mission

Kalamazoo Gospel Ministries is the largest provider of homeless housing and services in the southwest Michigan area. Founded in 1933 as a Depression-Era soup kitchen, it now provides residency-based recovery programs, services for the mentally ill, supportive services, and aftercare in a multi-campus, comprehensive ministry. A Shelter From Their Storm demolishes, replaces, and expands a […]