HELLO AND WELCOME TO INLAND EQUTY COMMUNITY LAND TRUST

A community land trust in the Inland Valley developed as a system for flexible, own-able, affordable housing.

OUR FIRST PROJECTS

Mecca Mobil Home

Our goal is to raise $9,000 in order to house Anabell and Jesus from Coachella, who are currently homeless, living in their car.

Terry in Victorville

Terry, who made a living washing windows in Victorville before COVID is now facing the end of moratorium on evictions.

Help With Terry's Rent

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.

WHO WE ARE

Membership

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.

Become a Member

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.

Board Members

Andrew Simolke ~ President ~ United Domestic Workers

Gabiella Armenta ~ Vice President ~ Danza Azteca Citlaltonac

Heather Stevening ~ Parliamentarian ~ Option House Inc.

Michael Milan ~ Treasurer ~ Aisian Pacific Labor Alliance

Matthew Snyder ~ Secretary ~ Professor of English at University of California

Gerald Kats ~ Advisory Board ~ Eco Acre, founder/volunteer

Yolanda Esquivel ~ Advisory Board ~ LULAC Council 3190

Beverly Earl ~ Advisory Board ~ Catholic Charities of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties

Vonya Quarles ~ Advisory Board Starting over Inc. and All of Us or None

George Aguilar Advisory Board Retired San Bernardino Resident

Erick Becerril ~ Advisory Board program development ~ Coachella Valley Food Truck

Non-profit Information

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.

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