Our Dynamic 2020 Vision for Communities
A new CEO. $131 million in loans across 13 states. Thousands of lives touched. 2015 was an exciting year. And, as our new five-year strategy – our 2020 Vision – illustrates, this is just the beginning. Learn how we plan to tackle the critical issues of poverty, equity and inclusive growth in the coming years.
► Read our 2015 Digital Annual Report
Filling the Gap for Washington, D.C.’s Uninsured
Without health insurance, Michele Reynolds had limited options for quality health care. But that all changed when Unity Health Care built a new 26,000 square foot facility in Washington, D.C.’s Ward 5. Now, Unity is working to fulfill its goal of empowering residents to take control of their health care.
► Explore Unity Health Care’s New Facility
Delivering Food and Friendship to Those in Need
Kajl was once an accomplished chef who fed diners across North Central Texas. Now, he must rely on kind volunteers to deliver a hot meal… with a side of friendship. What began as a small church-run project has evolved into a program striving to deliver 1.5 million meals annually, and in the process has become a vital lifeline for older residents.
► Meet Kajl and the Meal on Wheels Volunteers
New Financing for Food Cooperatives
Capital Impact is building upon 30 years of work to scale the cooperative movement by partnering with the National Cooperative Grocers to launch a new loan fund. Through this effort, food cooperatives seeking to expand, consolidate debt and make capital improvements will have access to the financing they need.
► Learn More About The Fund
Introducing Capital Impact’s New Blog: Innovate for Impact
Through Innovate for Impact, we will share experiences, knowledge and stories about how Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) like Capital Impact operate so that we can help further the growth of the sector. We hope to serve as an ongoing source of practical information and innovative ideas that empower everyone working for equity and justice to amplify their impact for those most in need.
► Visit Our New Blog
Capital Impact Partners Announces New CFO
Natalie Gunn has been selected as Capital Impact Partners’ new chief financial officer. She takes over for Ellis Carr, who officially assumes the president & CEO role this month. Natalie brings 20 years of finance and accounting experience across the public and private sectors, including serving as Capital Impact’s controller since 2012.
► Meet Natalie
From our headquarters in Arlington to our offices in Detroit and Oakland, we have a number of positions waiting for mission-driven lenders, accounting specialists and portfolio managers. Now is the opportunity to use your professional and financial savvy to help us drive social impact for those most in need.
► See all of our open positions