Our work impacts real lives of real people on a daily basis. Approximately 80% of new tenants come from disadvantaged backgrounds.
15% are veterans and their families
20% have been homeless at some point in the last 5 years.
25% have some sort of long-term disability (mental/physical disabled.
A significant number have been victims of domestic abuse or gang violence.
Due to the quality, quantity and affordability
of our units, Sola Fund has become a highly sought after provider of affordable housing across Los Angeles.
We believe high-quality affordable housing is an important gateway that helps pave the way for future generations to overcome systemic poverty.
The issues concentrated in South Central LA, Watts and Compton- Poverty and income inequality, crime, chronic homelessness, disenfranchised populations, lack of hope- represent some of the most pressing issues facing our country.
Hundreds of lives visibly transformed.