ELACCEast Los Angeles Community Corporation
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Currently in the Community Room, middle school age children at Kern Villa attend a weekly theater workshop led by members of Company of Angels Theater and hosted by ELACC.
ELACC has given families in East LA dignity by providing affordable housing--and as we know, this is no easy task.
I'd like to thank ELACC for providing a safe and beautiful home for me and my children.
ELACC is a non-profit organization founded in 1995.
Since 1996, ELACC has invested $58 million in housing and other community development initiatives to benefit families and individuals with low incomes in Boyle Heights and Unincorporated East Los Angeles.
We celebrate ELACC as a leader and an innovator for all the good work they do everyday.
ELACC has created more than 360 units of affordable rental and homeownership properties, effectively assisting nearly 800 residents with quality housing.
The program was announced during a news conference at the home of the Vega-Mendoza family, one of the families to buy a home after first completing the ELACC Home Buyer Education Program.
Mendoza for over two years," said Maria Cabildo, executive director, ELACC.
ELACC is a nonprofit community development corporation providing affordable housing, economic development and community organizing in the communities of Boyle Heights and unincorporated East Los Angeles.
ELACC began operating in 1996 and focused on preserving quality affordable housing and economic development opportunities for low income and disenfranchised residents of Boyle Heights and unincorporated East Los Angeles.