Apr 20, 2017

EBALDC stands for the rights of all Americans.  Regardless of when and how our ancestors came to this country, we all have rights that are protected under the constitution. 

We are providing links below to local resources that may assist our residents and neighbors in protecting their rights.


Dec 19, 2016

EBALDC is pleased to request qualifications from architects for the design and oversight of significant upgrades to the San Pablo Hotel, a mixed-use commercial and affordable housing property located at 1955 San Pablo Avenue.

Aug 24, 2016

At the Build Healthy Places Network, we believe that community development plays an integral role in America’s efforts to improve health equity.

By Douglas Jutte, MD, MPH and Colby Dailey, MPP Directors, Build Healthy Places Network

May 18, 2016


EBALDC is honored to be selected as a recipient of the Community Progress Makers Fund, a $20 million grant initiative to support 40 visionary nonprofit organizations in their efforts to establish new approaches to long-standing urban economic challenges in the United States – including economic development, environment sustainability, urban infrastructure and affordable housing. 

Apr 1, 2016


EBALDC is excited to announce that we are seeking qualifications from architects for the design of a mixed-use affordable housing development at 34th & San Pablo Avenue.

Feb 19, 2015
Experts in diverse fields, including housing development, health care, banking and grantmaking, gathered for the inaugural Healthy Neighborhoods Regional Convening, at Preservation Park.
Nov 25, 2014
Unlike a traditional school bus East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation’s version sports no wheels, no seats and no horsepower; only kid power.
Nov 4, 2014
EBALDC’s strategy linking health to community development calls for strengthening partnerships across sectors, as demonstrated by a recent tour provided to Federal Reserve Bank colleagues.
Aug 21, 2014
Financial Literacy Curriculum Tips For Educators is a quarterly feature brought to you by EBALDC's Money Savvy Youth program.  
It’s back to school shopping time.  For many families, back to school shopping can be challenging because they have a limited amount of money to spend.  Sometimes, it’s necessary to distinguish between items that students need to buy and many things that they want to buy.