• Welcome to the CDFI Women’s Network!

    The CDFI Women's Network (CWN) is an independent, women-led, volunteer organization dedicated to promoting the advancement of women who work for CDFIs or for organizations that support the Community Development Finance industry. CWN creates opportunities ... more
  • OFN Names Andrew Givens as COO and Jennifer Vasiloff as CEAO

    Key hires further strengthen OFN’s commitment to bring more capital, capacity, and visibility to community development financial institutions delivering responsible finance Philadelphia, PA & Washington, D.C., November 8—Opportunity Finance Network ... more
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    Welcome to the Small Business Finance community; a platform for responsible small business lenders to network, collaborate, share resources, and access training opportunities! Thank you to Capital One and Woodforest for your generous support launching ... more

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  • LISC is a national nonprofit organization that provides financial and technical assistance to community-based organizations working to improve social and economic conditions in low-income communities.  Founded in 1979 by the Ford Foundation, LISC has grown to become the nation’s premier national nonprofit intermediary providing comprehensive support for neighborhood development and working to enhance the overall community development sector.  Headquartered in New York City, LISC’s invests in every state in the country with offices in 31 urban markets from Buffalo to San Francisco.
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  • The proposed Douglass Community Land Trust (DCLT) is an innovative initiative to establish a non-profit community land trust with an initial focus on the neighborhoods in Ward 8, East of the Anacostia River.  The DCLT is intended to fulfill one of the key recommendations of the Equitable Development Plan (EDP) that was created through a comprehensive, community-driven planning process led by the non-profit Building Bridges Across the River (BBAR).  BBAR is partnering with the city to transform an old freeway bridge structure into a new civic space.  The goal of BBAR's Equitable Development



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