Capital for neighborhoods in need

Thanks to partnership that bring together local expertise and the resources of large financial institutions, people and communities can get access to critical funding and assistance.

For communities facing decline, finding the kind of financial support that can revive growth can be difficult. Amy Brusiloff, Senior CDFI Client Manager at Bank of America—among the nation’s largest lenders to community development financial institutions, or CDFIs—spells out the role these community lenders play in allowing people to start small businesses, find affordable housing, and build community facilities such as childcare centers and hospitals – creating pathways to social and economic progress in neighborhoods.


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