Finance Fund Capital Corporation
Funding for Low-Income Communities
There are many challenges to bringing capital to distressed urban and rural communities. Insufficient income or assets and difficulty in meeting credit requirements can make it impossible for potential borrowers to access affordable capital from mainstream lenders. The resulting lack of investment in impoverished neighborhoods contributes to a cycle of declining property values, lower tax revenues and high rates of unemployment and poverty.
Who We Are
Finance Fund Capital Corporation (FCAP) is a certified nonprofit community development financial institution (CDFI) that forms public-private partnerships with financial institutions, investors, charitable foundations, community organizations and federal, state, and local governments to provide flexible financing that supports economic development and job creation in low- to moderate-income communities. FCAP's borrowers include community-based nonprofit organizations and for-profit businesses.
What We Do
FCAP’s funding programs include flexible loans that support a wide range of projects. Capital is used to build and rehabilitate community facilities, commercial and industrial properties, retail and office space and create permanent, private sector jobs.
FCAP-funded projects include:
- Small Businesses
- Health Care Facilities and Equipment
- Healthy Food Retailers
- Community Facilities
- Educational Facilities
FCAP made its first loan in 2006 and has leveraged $92 million on an investment of $38 million to 74 borrowers. FCAP has financed 201 housing units, created 773,566 sq. ft. of commercial space and helped provide services to 9,653 patients. In addition, partnership have helped create and/or retain 3,261 direct jobs.