The Industrial Development Authority for the County of Pima (“IDA”) is a nonprofit corporation designated a political subdivision of the State of Arizona incorporated with the approval of Pima County, pursuant to the provisions of the Arizona Constitution. The IDA works with three (3) support organizations (including SALT) to maximize its community impact. Programs include Affordable Housing, Nonprofit Loan Programs, Homebuyer Down Payment Assistance, and Senior Care among others. In addition, SALT’s sister organization, Family Housing Resources, has established FHR Cares, Inc., which manages a philanthropic endowment and acts as a grant making organization to the local nonprofit community.
Community Investment Corporation
Community Investment Corporation (CIC) was founded in 1996 as a non-profit 501(c)3 to offer, promote, and enhance economic development in Pima County.
Programs have evolved throughout the years and the core services offered are:
- Municipal Bond – Post Issuance Compliance Management
- Small Business / Non Profit – Short Term Lending
- Pima / Tucson Home buyer’s Solution (Fiscal Agent)
- City of Tucson / Pima County Down Payment Assistance (Fiscal Agent)
Southern Arizona Land Trust
SALT is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2008, and dedicated to serving Tucson and Pima County Arizona through affordable housing. SALT believes that having a safe, decent and affordable place to call home can be a key to family .
SALT serves this mission by working with the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD), Pima County, the City of Tucson, and the Pima County Industrial Development Authority to convert previously foreclosed properties into affordable housing. SALT also builds houses on vacant land that can be offered for sale at extremely affordable prices. SALT works diligently to provide this housing in areas with the greatest affordable housing needs.