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February 2022
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Dear friends and supporters of The L’Enfant Trust,

In case you missed it, the Washington City Paper published an article on February 3rd highlighting the latest on The L’Enfant Trust’s Historic Properties Rehabilitation Program and our work in transforming distressed properties into affordable homes for the Anacostia community. 

The article explores how our historic preservation rehab program could be a model for the more than 150 city-owned properties across the District, and a way for the city to better use its own land to house people. As quoted in the article, Council Chairman Phil Mendelson said, “My only regret is that the city has done nothing to scale this program to [include] more houses.” 
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You can also continue to help support our Historic Properties Redevelopment Program by making a contribution today. Donations, no matter how big or small, make a difference. Our work is dependent on local support from our community. 

This year, our efforts will be focused on rehabilitating “Big Green” in Historic Anacostia. Big Green will be the largest and most extensive rehabilitation property we’ve undergone and one that will require significant capital and funding to rehabilitate.
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Thank you, again, for your ongoing support and collaboration. The Trust cannot continue our work without friends and partners like you! 

Sincerely, 

President & CEO 
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