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Capital Impact Partners Among Recipients of $165 Million in Federally Guaranteed Bonds for Community Development

 Capital Impact Partners joins with top CDFI Lenders in bond issued by  Community Reinvestment Fund, USA supporting economic development projects

 Minneapolis, MN/Arlington, VA (September 29, 2016) On behalf of three of the nation’s leading Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI), Community Reinvestment Fund, USA, (CRF) has issued a $165 million bond in the fourth round of the U.S. Treasury Department’s CDFI Bond Guarantee Program (BGP). The three CDFIs—Capital Impact Partners, Low Income Investment Fund and Reinvestment Fund—will use bond proceeds to finance projects that will create jobs and increase access to critical services in underserved communities across the nation. CRF has issued a total of $590 million since 2014.

Capital Impact Partners Wins $4.8 Million Award To Expand Affordable Housing

Capital Magnet Fund Award Will Support Detroit Revitalization Efforts

Arlington, VA/Detroit, MI (September 23, 2016)— Capital Impact Partners announced today that it has received a $4.8 million grant through the fiscal year 2016 round of the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Capital Magnet Fund (CMF). Capital Impact Partners will use the funding to build upon its concentrated work in Detroit and expand affordable housing across this city.

Four people dig shovels into a mound of dirt at the Elliott groundbreaking

Capital Impact Partners Increases Access to Health Care, Education and Housing Through Strong Performance in First Half of 2016.

$52.5 million in financing supports projects in underserved communities across five states

Arlington, VA (August 26, 2016)Capital Impact Partners announced today that it provided $52.5 million in financing to projects delivering social impact for underserved communities across the U.S. during the first half of 2016. In particular, second–quarter loans increased 55 percent over the same quarter in 2015. These loans support projects that increase access to housing, health care and education for low-income communities while also creating hundreds of jobs.

First Healthier California Fund Loan Provides Financing for New Tri-City Health Center

First Healthier California Fund Loan Provides Financing for New Tri-City Health Center

Financing supports increased health care and dental access for uninsured and underserved Californians

Arlington, VA/Oakland, CA (July 18, 2016)Capital Impact Partners today announced $1 million in financing for Tri-City Health Center’s newest clinic in Fremont, California serving 8,000 patients. This represents Capital Impact Partners’ first Healthier California Fund loan.  This new lending initiative provides financing to help community health centers and clinics increase access to medical, dental and behavioral health services for California’s underserved, low-income residents, and in turn, meet Affordable Care Act (ACA) mandates.

Capital Impact Partners Announce Winners of Second Annual Co-op Innovation Award

Democracy at Work Institute and Project Equity Share $45,000 Prize

Arlington, VA (April, 25 2016)Capital Impact Partners announced today that it has awarded grants totaling $45,000 to the Democracy at Work Institute and Project Equity, co-winners of its second annual Co-op Innovation Award.  The award is given to recognize those organizations that demonstrate leadership in bringing the cooperative model to scale and in creating social impact for low-income communities.

Capital Impact Partners Marks Fourth Quarter with Largest Loan in Organization’s History

$54.8 million in Q4 financing across six states supports 17% growth over 2014 closed loans

Arlington, VA (April 1, 2016)— Capital Impact Partners announced today that it closed its largest direct loan to date during the fourth quarter of 2015. The loan was part of an overall financing effort of $54.8 million for projects in six states. Capital Impact finished the year with more than $130 million in total closed loans supporting projects that deliver social impact to underserved communities across the U.S.—a 17 percent growth from 2014.