What we do
At the Investing In Community Network (ICN), we aspire to make community living available to anyone who wishes to live this way.
One way we do this is by supporting Partnerships for Affordable Cohousing (PFAC), an organization developing relationships with people and institutions making housing more affordable and affordable housing better.
Institutions alone can be limited in how and whom they can help. ICN employs a multi-pronged approach by augmenting institutional solutions with grassroots effort. The goal is to serve people, communities, and investors--whether they fit in a particular box or not.
We realize that changing economic and social conditions have made the box bigger. Many are vulnerable, and even more are understandably concerned about the future.
This is what makes affordability matter for nearly everyone.
Ultimately, ICN is about possibilities--for communities, community members, and investors.
Thoughtful inquiry is the most important aspect of this process, and to guide this inquiry, we've assembled a set of questions: for communities, community members, and investors. These questions are designed to stimulate discussion, unearth possibilities, and guide all parties on the path to generating a mutually beneficial solution.
First--and most important--we identify values. Next, we determine how we can support these values with our money, time, investment, and commitment.
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