Catalyzing community engagement and investing in communities of color in regions nationwide is enabling underinvested communities to raise their voices to overcome structural racism and discrimination
Arlington, VA (March 13, 2019) – In 2018, Capital Impact Partners invested time and capital to empower communities of color and underinvested individuals across the country. Capital Impact announced today that its fourth-quarter financing and investment efforts are expected to serve more than 153,000 beneficiaries and create more than 2,200 permanent and construction-related jobs. The organization convened community members to envision what is needed to foster inclusive food systems that support prosperity for all community members. Capital Impact also reached a milestone with its S&P-rated Investment Notes, selling more than $100 million to institutional and retail investors.