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This important new brief from AFN explores opportunities for leaders in philanthropy, financial services, housing, policy, and other sectors to engage with small, independent landlords to enhance the impact of their strategies to support asset building, housing affordability, small businesses, and racial economic justice.

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Asset Funders Network’s new primer focuses on Heirs’ property, property that has passed down to multiple family members via inheritance, often across multiple generations. This primer reviews the major issues associated with heirs’ property and the disproportionate impacts it has on Black families and other communities of color, exacerbating the racial wealth gap.

Meet our members! AFN’s greatest asset is our members—a diverse network of national, regional, and community-based foundations, financial institutions, and grantmakers—investing in advancing equitable wealth building and economic mobility. Check back each month and meet your peers!

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ICYMI: Listen Now: AFN Webinars

AFN features presentations from leading authors and researchers, and funders doing field-leading philanthropic work. Listen now

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AFN is philanthropy’s leading national grantmaker membership organization focused on building economic well-being for low and middle income people.

Featured Realizing Economic Justice Reflection Card

Simple reflection questions and thought-provoking ideas to support your economic justice journey.

Registration now open! AFN's National Grantmaker Conference: April 16-18, 2024Learn More