In addition to our work with community development organizations through the state, CEDAC also works to inform the public and policymakers of issues connected to affordable housing production and preservation, the capital needs of child care providers, and the needs of workforce development professionals. On this page, you will find a number of resources, including case studies, annual reports, and information backgrounders to help you better understand this sector.
Please contact Jennifer Brown with any questions or if you have trouble finding the publication you are looking for.
Beyond the statistics on production of housing units or early care slots are the transformative impacts that lie at the core of CEDAC’s work each year. We see the benefits to the many individuals and families who now have access to more affordable housing, higher quality child care facilities, and valuable workforce trainings. While our daily focus is on providing financing and technical assistance to our non-profit community development partners, we are inspired by the stories of community residents whose lives are improved by CEDAC’s investments in community development. Our three-pronged approach – housing, child care, and ...
These financial reports consists of the combined general purpose financial statements that report the activities of CEDAC and present CEDAC’s financial picture as a whole, as well as CEDAC’s component unit, the Children’s Investment Fund, Inc. (the Fund). The accompanying statements were prepared on the accrual basis of accounting. Because CEDAC is a quasi – public corporation, its accounting policies and general purpose financial statement presentation are governed by standards issued by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB).