The Inland Equity Community Land Trust formed in 2020 as a project of
Inland Equity Partnership. The Inland Equity Partnership coalition identified housing and healthcare costs as the primary drivers of poverty.
To develop high-quality, affordable and environmentally sustainable housing so people can thrive in the community where they work.
The Inland Equity Partnership’s coalition work on housing issues began when we started monitoring the Housing and Disability Advocacy Program (HDAP) in 2016. Rents had outpaced the ability of people receiving SSI/SSP and was pushing many diabled people into homelessness.
WHO WE ARE
Membership in the Inland Equity Community Land Trust dues are $140 a year. A member can count one hour of volunteer time as $20 of membership dues.
Board of Directors
The IE CLT board is dedicated to the social and charitable development and preservation of high-quality, affordable and environmentally sustainable housing so people can thrive in the community where they live and work.
Inland Equity Community Land Trust is a new non-profit started in 2020 by California Partnership. California Partnership’s members identified housing costs and healthcare costs as the two main costs that are driving people into poverty.
OUR FIRST PROJECTS
Mecca Mobil Home
We were able to raise the funds for an RV for Anabell and Jesus! Watch the video
Plan Adelanto will be the 1st property developed by the Inland Equity Community Land Trust. It is a 20 acre lot in San Bernardino county. Phase One of the plan is to build four homes for low income residents of the county.
Iglesia Palabra Vive
In the city of Riverside, we are developing two Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) on the property of Iglesia Palabra Vive for $56,000.