The Mission of the Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership (ANDP) is "to promote, create and preserve mixed income communities through direct development, lending, policy research and advocacy that result in the equitable distribution of affordable housing throughout the metropolitan Atlanta region."
Since 1991, ANDP has been an advocate for affordable, mixed income housing and community revitalization in the Atlanta area. Together with the help of lenders, for-profit and non-profit developers, public and private agencies, foundations and community development corporations (CDCs), ANDP has contributed to the building or renovation of more than 8,000 housing units in the Atlanta metropolitan region.
In 2009 the RCLCO Foundation approved a grant of $3,000 to the Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership. With these funds, ANDP has pursued efforts to re-stabilize neighborhoods severely impacted by vacant, foreclosed homes. As Atlanta is currently experiencing high foreclosure rates, as the third most vacant city in America, it is vital for its well-being that efforts are made to create a successful foreclosure redevelopment program. With this in mind, ANDP is well on its way to helping Atlanta out of its current crisis and will continue these efforts for years to come.
Changing lives through initiatives that provide affordable homes where people live with dignity.
The Foundation Board is composed of Gadi Kaufmann, Chair, and Lee Sobel.
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