YOUR LENDER AND PARTNER
Through capital and commitment Capital Impact helps people build communities of opportunity that break barriers to success. A nonprofit Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), we have a 35-year history delivering strategic financing, social innovation programs, and capacity building that creates social change and delivers financial impact nationwide.
Across the country, communities are grappling with the health and financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, with disinvested communities being disproportionately affected. Capital Impact Partners has pulled together resources to help our communities and partners respond.
By taking small successful programs, incubating them, and rolling them out on a national scale, we are helping to bridge the gap between an idea and its realized impact.
We deliver capital to projects that help ensure access to high-quality health care and education, healthy foods, inclusive housing, co-op development and innovative aging solutions.
Partnerships & Capacity Building
Through our partnership development, policy engagement, and capacity building efforts we work to ensure communities are engaged and solutions are sustainable.
OUR GROWING IMPACT
WE HAVE INVESTED OVER $2.5 BILLION TO SERVE 6 MILLION PEOPLE AND CREATE MORE THAN 38,000 JOBS IN SECTORS CRITICAL TO BUILDING EQUITABLE COMMUNITIES
STORIES OF IMPACT
Building communities through equitable, affordable housing
When Ronnie and his neighbors learned that their apartment building was sold, they needed local partners to help find a way for them to remain in the neighborhood many had lived and raised kids in for decades. Through equitable and affordable housing solutions, Capital Impact is helping Ronnie and others create stable and healthy communities.
Transforming health care to meet
While health centers and clinics serve millions of patients, there are still many who are unable to make it to those facilities. OLE Health is bridging that gap by taking its services on the road to meet patients where they are. The result: more equitable access to quality health care for more people.
How One + One is Greater than Two for Underinvested Neighborhoods
As a parent, Diana has a lot to manage among her three children. Fortunately, she discovered a unique opportunity to find a good school and quality health care all in the same place. Stories like this are becoming more common as facilities bring together – or “co-locate” – important services that are vital to healthy communities.