California Community Builders

 

California Community Builders Inc. (CCB) is an outgrowth of the Greenlining Institute but is a completely independent organization with its own 501(c)(3) non-profit status, board of directors and mission.

Founded in 2006,  CCB is a non-profit organization seeking to decrease the home-ownership gap for low-income residents in California beginning with pilot projects in the Central Valley. CCB strives to create positive change at a familial, communal, and regional level through holistic development, home ownership opportunities, and a new high density model for affordable housing development.  The overall missions of CCB are to:

[1]   Address underlying public policy issues that impede or support the development of new affordable and lower-income workforce housing.

[2]   Develop for-sale, affordable homes that are energy efficient and equipped with the latest technology in low-income and under-served regions.

[3]   Engage community and local partners to support new homeowners and provide access to health care, education, training, workforce development, child care, transportation, and other community services.

[4]  
Demonstrate the need and importance of affordable housing in rural areas and develop a paradigm shift in the type of affordable housing constructed in these under-served regions.

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