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  • About us The New Hampshire Community Loan Fund, a statewide nonprofit organization located in Concord, NH, has an immediate opening for an energetic, talented individual to fill a critical role. We are nationally recognized as an innovative organization in the field of Community Development Financial Institutions and have a rich history of providing access to capital for NH citizens to establish home ownership, business growth, child care, and cooperatives formed to secure acc moess to affordable housing, among other initiatives.
  • Enterprise is a national nonprofit that exists to make a good home possible for the millions of families without one. We support community development organizations on the ground, aggregate and invest capital for impact, advance housing policy at every level of government, and build and manage communities ourselves. Since 1982, we have invested $44 billion and created 781,000 homes across all 50 states – all to make home and community places of pride, power and belonging. Join us at enterprisecommunity.org.
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    Capital for Change is the largest full-service Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) in Connecticut. C4C’s mission is to provide flexible, creative, and responsive financial products and services that support an inclusive and sustainable economy. With support from our community-minded investors and partners, we serve people, nonprofits, small businesses and public institutions. Our high-impact programs and products broaden access to affordable housing, energy efficiency and job opportunities for underserved communities.



CDFI Connect Blog

  • On January 5, the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee Subcommittee on Housing, Transportation, and Community Development held a hearing entitled, “Exploring How Community Development Financial Institutions Support Underserved Communities.” The witnesses for the hearing were:
  • On December 16, OFN President and CEO Lisa Mensah joined Hope Credit Union CEO Bill Bynum, along with Dane Spurill, Head of Global Cash and Banking at Nike, for the Hope Economic Mobility Forum at the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum in Jackson, MS, to discuss why and how Nike and other corporations are using their balance sheets to advance economic opportunity.
  • OFN is proud to help build the capacity of our more than 360 member organizations by offering webinars, trainings, and other professional development opportunities focused on high-priority topics for CDFIs. In 2021, one of our featured offerings was our virtual CONNECT+ webinar series led by subject matter experts and other distinguished leaders. Revisit content on-demand by using your login credentials or by registering online .
  • On December 14, the U.S. Treasury Department announced the deployment of more than $8.7 billion in investments in CDFIs and MDIs through the Emergency Capital Investment Program (ECIP). The investment aims to increase lending to small and minority-owned businesses, and low- and moderate-income consumers in underserved rural, urban, and Native communities.

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