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Delivering FINANCIAL CAPITAL and IMPACTFUL CHANGE
to Connecticut's underserved communities for more than fifty years.
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Meet Diane Smith
Our New Chief Executive Office
I am truly honored and excited to join Capital for Change (C4C) as the next Chief Executive Officer. Over the course of my career, I have been an advocate and supporter of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), including Capital for Change and each of its predecessor organizations.
Capital for Change occupies a unique space in the state's CDFI collective. The array of products and services that support the creation or preservation of affordable energy-efficient housing, support homeowners and business owners, as well as non-profit organizations, is a tangible foundation for real and measurable impact in the communities we serve.
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Capital for Change is the largest full-service Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) in Connecticut. With support from our community-minded investors and partners, we serve people, nonprofits, small businesses and public institutions. Our high-impact programs and products broaden access to affordable housing, energy efficiency and job opportunities for underserved communities.
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Capital for Change is dedicated to providing flexible, creative, and responsive financial products and services that support an inclusive and sustainable economy.
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To be Connecticut’s premier community development financial institution, offering capital solutions that will create and sustain lasting, positive change to low-income communities, including broadened social and economic participation, economic growth, and environmental sustainability.
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Over the past five years, Capital for Change loans have permitted more than 2,500 housing units to be created or maintained while helping to create more than 750 jobs and providing homebuyer training and foreclosure counseling to 100s of families. Serving Connecticut for over 50 years, C4C has invested more than $450 million in mission-driven capital statewide.
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Building Equitable Pathways of Opportunity
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