Fall 2017: Stories of Impact: Investment Note │ Equitable Development Initiative │ Charter School Construction Guide



Now You Can Invest in Underserved Communities with Capital Impact

Now you can join our efforts to create social impact in underserved communities with Capital Impact Investment Notes. This unique offering has already been incredibly well-received, selling more than $35 million within its first week, with purchases as low as $1,000 from individuals to several million from larger investment houses. This first of its kind offering from a CDFI, with a “AA” S&P rating and offered on a continuous basis, is among the most successful in the impact investment space by a nonprofit.

Capital Impact Investment Notes provide individuals and organizations an opportunity to invest in our nationwide efforts to increase access to critical social services, including health care, education, healthy foods, affordable housing, cooperatives, and dignified aging facilities for the low-income communities we serve. Don’t hesitate; visit our website to find out how to take advantage of this new investment option.

► Your Chance to Invest for Impact

Supporting Minority Developers in Detroit

Ensuring equitable opportunities for all Detroiters is crucial to the city’s shared prosperity. That’s why Capital Impact has launched the $5 million Equitable Development Initiative in partnership with JPMorgan Chase. This new program combines our catalytic capital support, development expertise, and local knowledge to increase the number of minority real estate developers in Detroit..

► Learn More and Apply

New Step-by-Step Guide for Charter School Construction

Looking to build or expand your charter school? Enter The Answer Key by Capital Impact, a simple how-to guide with practical tools designed to help charter school operators successfully navigate the construction process – including concept, predevelopment, design and pre-construction, construction, and financing.

► Download The Answer Key here

$25 Million Impact Investing Partnership Launched with Annaly Capital

In a first-of-its-kind partnership between a publicly traded mortgage REIT company and a CDFI, Annaly Capital Management and Capital Impact have created a $25 million direct financing venture for social impact projects. Capital Impact will use the equity derived from this effort to expand its loan capacity across the country. Partnerships like this with Annaly foster new and innovative pathways by which Capital Impact can deliver capital into underserved communities that need it the most, all while proving long-term value on investments for partners.

► Learn More About This Effort

Capital Impact Celebrates Its Largest Quarter Yet

We are excited to announce that Capital Impact provided $75 million in project financing during the second quarter of 2017. This represents the largest quarterly loan volume in the company’s history, as we worked to support increased access to health care, education, affordable housing, and healthy food around the United States. As a mission-driven lender, we strive to create social impact for low-income communities through capital investment, and we are proud to extend opportunity to so many across the country.

► Read more about our Q2 2017 Loans

We’re Hiring

This fall, are you looking to make a career change? Capital Impact offers a mission-driven experience and a suite of benefits. Our openings include a chief lending officer; manager, Investments and Structured Finance; and helpdesk technician. We look forward to hearing from all interested candidates.

► Join the Capital Impact Team

We’re Moving

As of December 1, 2017 Capital Impact’s Headquarters will have a new address!

Our new address will be: 
1400 Crystal Drive, Suite 500, Arlington, VA 22202. Please update your records. We are working with the Post 

Office to forward any correspondence that includes our old mailing address.

If you have any questions, please call 
(703) 647-2300 or visitwww.capitalimpact.org/contact.

► Contact Us

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