Dear Friends,

When we ended 2019—a strong year for Reinvestment Fund, with many exciting programs launched and critical projects funded—we could never have imagined the circumstances in which we would be writing to you now. While we remain financially sound, the people and places we serve are reeling from the impacts of a pandemic and entrenched systemic racism.

For more than 30 years, communities have looked to Reinvestment Fund and CDFIs across the country to ensure equitable opportunities for all Americans to live healthy, vibrant lives. Last year we originated $158.5 million in financing to help provide affordable housing, healthy food, job opportunities, health care and social services. And in this report, you’ll read about our partners: the nonprofits, community organizations, and small businesses working tirelessly to provide those services every day in some of America’s highest need communities. You’ll also read about how some are adapting and rising to meet the challenges of the pandemic.At this time, Reinvestment Fund is forging ahead and continuing to channel capital and expertise to stabilize and strengthen communities. That’s because we cannot afford to delay. In the communities we serve, poor housing, environmental pollution, segregation, lack of opportunity and limited access to quality health care are persistent challenges—amplified by the pandemic.

Systemic racism is a vector for COVID-19, with people of color and low-income communities bearing the brunt of its impact. Low-wage and hourly workers—those who have the most to lose financially—are most likely to have lost a job as entire sectors have been affected. The Federal Reserve estimates that close to 40% of households earning less than $40,000 have experienced job losses. The unemployment rate today for Black Americans is 16.8% compared to12.4% for whites. And in many states, people of color are falling ill and succumbing to COVID-19 at rates far higher than their share of the population.

Reinvestment Fund has always used its capital, data and partnerships to challenge injustice and deliver equitable solutions. We are taking that commitment further with intentionality and action to reduce racial disparities that stem from historic and systemic racism. This includes embracing a learning mindset even as we search out and address our own blind spots when it comes to maintaining racial inequities. As the pandemic and continued disregard for Black lives has revealed, addressing racial equity is not only necessary—it is urgent. We cannot let privilege, wealth or skin color continue to determine a person’s health and wellbeing.

All people have the fundamental right to be healthy, safe, and joyful. Strong, vibrant neighborhoods expand opportunities for the people who live there—offering access to safe and affordable homes, healthy food, quality education, reliable health care, clean water and air, and jobs that pay the bills and help save for the future.

Reinvestment Fund is committed to making communities work for all people. Now more than ever, we know this work cannot be done alone.

As you consider the days ahead and your role in fighting systemic racism and the impact of this global pandemic, we have one request. Join with us, invest in us and partner with us. We need a wide community for support and accountability to improve our practices, increase our impact and sustain our focus to face this challenge head on and come through stronger on the other side.

Thank you for all you do.

Don Hinkle-Brown

President and CEO

Mark Zandi

Chairman of the Board

 

Building Local Wealth

Reinvestment Fund supported the expansion of the Jumpstart program, which helps start-up and small-scale property owners in Philadelphia, invest and develop in their neighborhoods and build wealth locally.

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Community Through Art

The Clay Studio is a renowned ceramic arts facility that provides residencies for ceramic artists, studio space, exhibition space, and community classes. Reinvestment Fund financing is helping construct its new facility that will expand services and boost the creative economy.

SEE IMPACT
 

Expanding Quality Early Learning

Scottdale Early Learning expands to a second location to provide early education and parent training services. The expansion increases access to quality early education in a county where only 59% of low-income families were enrolled in the statewide Pre-K program.

SEE IMPACT
 

Food Systems Resilience

A new warehouse enables 4P Foods to do more than rise to the challenge of salvaging its own business amidst a pandemic—it also devised a way to support other members of the food system who were struggling to get by.

SEE IMPACT
 

Understanding Evictions

The rate of eviction filings in Philadelphia dropped by 10% from 2017 to 2018—a continued decline that began in 2015. However, this trend is uneven across the city, with Black neighborhoods seeing rates at least twice as high.

SEE IMPACT
 

Caring for Patients and Workers

A health care provider and worker-owned cooperative serving the Bronx and Manhattan, with over 1,000 worker members who are primarily women from communities of color, has been providing essential services to some of the neighborhoods hardest hit by the pandemic.

SEE IMPACT
 

Energy Conservation

Middle market energy efficiency projects are typically underserved by major energy efficiency firms due to scale, and by major lenders due to complexity. Reinvestment Fund is using its clean energy financing expertise to support a range of projects in this sector.

SEE IMPACT
 

Invest Health

Cross-sector leaders from small and mid-sized cities continue to work with Reinvestment Fund on strategies to improve health and well-being for residents through the Invest Health initiative. In 2019, 10 of the 50 Invest Health cities were selected for additional support.

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Improving Food Access

Reinvestment Fund announced $1.8 million in financial and technical assistance awards to 23 projects through the Healthy Food Financing Initiative (HFFI) inaugural grants program in 2019. Funding for the HFFI grants program is provided by the USDA, authorized by the 2014 Farm Bill.

SEE IMPACT

2019 Impact in Numbers

3,308

permanent Jobs

1.4 million

people positively impacted

387,976

patient visits annually

738,523 sq. ft.

of commercial real estate & community facility space

372,385 MWh

energy conserved and created annually

387

homes

3,159

educational opportunities for students annually

30

businesses owned/controlled by people of color and/or women

Our investments are proudly aligned with the following United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Financial Summary
Performance, 2011-2019

Transactions

Financing Transactions* Closed in Calendar Year 2019

$158 Million


FINANCIAL REVIEW

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For a full set of financial statements, DOWNLOAD THE CY2019 AUDIT REPORT.

In 2019, more than 600 individuals, faith-based organizations, financial institutions, governments, and philanthropies supported Reinvestment Fund’s work through our Promissory Note program, program-related and other investments, charitable donations, grants, and contracts.

We are grateful for your trust and financial support, which makes our work possible. We are also proud to say that 50% of Reinvestment Fund staff are also investors.

INVEST with us today.

INDIVIDUALS

Investors and equity contributors
  • Adina Abramowitz
  • Carolyn T. Adams
  • Ruth Nelson Allen
  • Andrea R. Allon
  • Suzanne Anastasi Aloi
  • Marynell Anderson
  • Marcia L. Angermann
  • Elizabeth Daniels Anton
  • Mary Beth Appel and Johanna M. Berrigan
  • Ina Elfant Asher
  • Marcy K. Bacine and Daniel E. Bacine
  • Benjamin C. Baehr and Allison CM Baehr
  • John K. Ball and Elinor R. Ball
  • Olivia Grace Bance and Nyya Wellington Bance
  • Judith H. Banks
  • Richard S. Barkley
  • Natalie K. Barndt
  • Jerriette K. Bartlett and Allen L. Bartlett
  • Ruth Batts
  • Todd Baylson
  • Paul W. Beach, Jr.
  • Cathy J. Behar and Saul A. Behar
  • Joan H. Behr
  • Teri Bell
  • Ruth P. Bennett and Gordon C. Bennett
  • Charles J. Bentz and Mary C. Bentz
  • Joan Bergsteinsson and Paul Bergsteinsson
  • Cheryl Anne Bettigole and Adam Zeff
  • Jane Robin Bilger
  • Allen D. Black
  • Bart Blatstein
  • Elayne Blender
  • John D. Bloom and Amy E. Farrell
  • Cheryl O. Blunt and Elson O. Blunt
  • Linda Blyth and Alden Blyth
  • Jean Bodine
  • Stuart E. Bogom
  • Viki Bok and Dick Jones
  • Edith F. Borie
  • Jacob B. Bradley
  • David Thomas Bradley
  • Margaret Berger Bradley
  • Noah B. Bradley
  • Nancy M. Brokaw and David H. Sanders
  • Elise Bromberg and Milton Cohen
  • Sallie Carpenter Brooke
  • Joshua Brooks
  • Nancy Brosius and William R. Brosius
  • Benjamin David Burenstein
  • Scott Burris and Margaret S. Lee
  • Geraldine F. Burton and David H. Burton
  • John A. Burton
  • Daniel B. Butler
  • Mary M. Butler
  • Stacey L. Butterfield
  • Catherine M. Califano
  • Barbara Calkins and James Calkins
  • Geoffrey E. Campen
  • Estate of Pearl M. Carpel
  • Catherine C. Carr and Louis N. Tannen
  • Cary Ambler Carter
  • Howard M. Casper
  • Carla C. Castillo
  • John T. Cavanaugh
  • Harry E. Cerino
  • Jean-Marc Choukroun
  • Sandra J. Choukroun
  • Jolley Bruce Christman
  • Carroll H. Clay and Joseph V. F. Clay
  • Helen J. Closkey
  • John M. Closkey
  • Robert Hogan Closkey
  • Wendy Buckwalter Coffman
  • Angela H. Coghlan
  • Michele Coghlan and Thomas Coghlan
  • David P. Cohen
  • Linda Cohen and Burton Cohen
  • Ivy L. Cohn and Stephen L. Cohn
  • Rebekah Beth Cook-Mack
  • Michelle H. Cooney and Robert L. Cooney
  • Betsey S. Corkran
  • Elizabeth Corso and Matthew T. Corso
  • Isabel P. Cox-Johnson
  • Kristin Crandall
  • Anthony B. Creamer
  • Andrew J. Crerand
  • Andrew J. Crist
  • Michael M. Crist
  • Michael A. Crist
  • Paula S. Crist
  • Marian B. Dalke
  • Mary Daniel and Ralph Cook
  • Ann G. Davidoff and Frank F. Davidoff
  • Ellen Deacon
  • Jacqueline DeCarlo
  • Fred T. Dedrick
  • Jeffrey Dekro
  • Jose Alfredo Dela-Pena
  • Dana Devon
  • Margaret M. Doud
  • Emily Dowdall
  • Jennifer D. Duskey and Peter J. Duskey
  • Aaron Eisenstat
  • Ben Eisenstat
  • Noel Eisenstat
  • The Elizabeth B. and
    Arthur E. Roswell Foundation, Inc
  • Paul S. Ellis and Mary Lynn H. Ellis
  • Wendy M. Emrich and James S. Emrich
  • Jane Erickson
  • Ollie M. Ervin
  • Jeremy Graf Evans
  • William H. Ewing and William H. Ewing
  • Rachel Falkove-Masch and Michael J. Falkove-Masch
  • Jennifer E. Fassbender and Christian P. Fassbender
  • Rabbi Jennifer E. Feldman
  • Rebecca Fellerman
  • Janet L. Filante
  • Marcia M. Finisdore
  • James T. Fleming
  • Margaret W. Fleming and Peter E. Fleming
  • Diane M. Freaney
  • Joseph Freedman
  • Dayle Friedman
  • Nancy Fuchs-Kreimer and Seth Fuchs-Kreimer
  • Frank F. Furstenberg and Nina Segre
  • Lisa R. Gaffney
  • Barbara Gandy
  • Daniel K. Garofalo and Felicity H. Paxton
  • Carissa Gendrachi
  • Mary R. Gibbs
  • Timothy F. Gillespie and Katherine Gillespie
  • Eva Gladstein
  • Theresa Glennon and Jeffrey Lawrence Dunoff
  • Steven A. Goldfield
  • Diane Goldman and Otha Goldman
  • Michael J. Goldman and Jill R. Goldman
  • Abraham S. Goldstein
  • Ira J. Goldstein
  • Noah S. Goldstein
  • Michael Gordon
  • Scott H. Gordon
  • Sophia Barringer Gordon
  • Edward J. Gracely
  • Marshal Granor and Tamar E. Granor
  • Ann N. Greene and Robert L. Tate
  • David Haas
  • Phyllis Haas
  • Phoebe A. Haddon
  • Constance C. Haggard and Richard A. Haggard
  • Rev. Debra J. Hansen
  • Nicole Vance Harris
  • Judith Edquist Hartl and Konrad Palmer Hartl
  • Michaela B. Hartman
  • Jeremiah J. Hayes
  • Pamela Heier and Ronald Heier
  • Joseph A. Herwig and Elizabeth A. Herwig
  • Wendy Hibberd
  • Theodore L. Hill
  • Anne Hilton and David Hilton
  • Donald R. Hinkle-Brown and Christopher M. Hinkle-Brown
  • Jill Horn
  • Desmond Todd Hudson
  • Drew Humphries and Daniel P. Tompkins
  • Jesse Hunting
  • Mary Hurtig and Howard Hurtig
  • Christina Kind
  • Jeffrey Robert Jaeger
  • Dana Lynn Johnson
  • Kayla A. Jones, Nia A. Jones and Khalilah Jones
  • Brian J. Jordan and Jenny W. Chen
  • Amanda Joseph
  • Claire Louise Jurkowski
  • Daniel Katzenberg
  • Stephen L. Kazanjian
  • Seamus E. Kearney and Joan D. Lukas
  • Robert E. Keith and Margot W. Keith
  • Anne Kellett and Morris Kellett
  • Barbara Ann Kelley
  • Arlene W. Kelly
  • Sharon A. Kershbaum
  • Theodore W. Kheel
  • Mary W. Klein and Justin P. Klein
  • Sue Ellen Klein
  • Kenneth L. Klothen and Eve Biskind Klothen
  • Andrea Knox
  • George A. Korein
  • Vicki W. Kramer and Donald W. Kramer
  • Sara J. Landis and Adam B. Garber
  • Earl W. Laney
  • Bernard S. Langer
  • Suzanne O. Laurito
  • Steven S. Lazin
  • Eleanor D. Lee and James O. Lee
  • Mary C. LeFever
  • Roy J. Lehman
  • David G. Lewis
  • Charisse R. Lillie
  • Beth Lipson and David Lipson
  • Ellen A. Lloyd
  • Geoffrey E. Lobenstine and Geoffrey E. Lobenstine
  • Lance S. Loethen and Terra R. Edenhart-Pepe
  • Trinita Logue
  • Thomas A. Love and Gregory DeShields
  • James J. Lynch and Kathleen G. Lynch
  • Amanda M. High
  • Linda P. Manzo
  • Jonathan H. Marshall
  • Anthony B. Maruca and Jennifer R. Vail
  • Carolyn J. Mather
  • Linda Schairer Matlack
  • Dawn Matthews-Martin
  • Katherine Maus
  • Sarah Linden Maus
  • Eloisa Mayr
  • Patricia McBee and Bradley Sheeks
  • Michael D. McClary
  • Thomas L. McClellan
  • James E. McCullough, Maggie B. McCullough, and Timothy P. McCullough
  • Linda J. McJunkin and Norman L. Johnson
  • Anne Kind McKenna
  • Laura McKenna and Marc McKenna
  • Marie K. McKenna
  • Joseph E. McQuillan
  • Molly R. Melloh
  • Judith S. Memberg
  • Sylvia L. Metzler
  • Faith B. Midwood and John E. Midwood
  • Lydia Y.B. Midwood
  • Joyce E. Miller
  • Michael Martin Mills
  • Elizabeth Minnich
  • Vonetta Moore
  • Alan E. Morrison and Amy V. Morrison
  • Savannah W. Mudd and Jenifer A. Mudd
  • Stephen P. Mullin
  • Veronica Nash-Pappalardo and Elizabeth Nash
  • Pamela B. Nelson
  • Harriet B. Newburger
  • Elizabeth Nordell
  • Michael Norton
  • Laura Novo and Stephen P. Chawaga
  • Donna Leuchten Nuccio and Joseph Nuccio
  • Elizabeth Anne O'Donnell
  • Karen E. Orso
  • Carl Oxholm and Kimberly C. Oxholm
  • Sara Susan Palmer
  • Patricia A. Patrizi
  • Kim D. Paymaster and David L. Wade
  • Andrew I. Philipsborn and Jane R. Bilger
  • Robert Philipson and Dorothy Philipson
  • Leah Pillsbury
  • Valerie G. Piper
  • Ruth E. B. Podolin
  • Robert Pollack
  • Anne Bowen Poulin and John E. Poulin
  • Joan M. Powell
  • Andrew M. Rachlin
  • Allyson B. Randolph
  • Susan C. Rassas
  • Ruth N. Reed
  • Myra Reichel and Louis Cataldo
  • Diana VK Resek
  • Nicolas P. Retsinas and Joan M. Retsinas
  • Carol A. Rice
  • Willard C. Richan
  • Elizabeth R. Richman and Hershel J. Richman
  • Leonard Rieser
  • Charles G. Roach and Nancy Roach
  • Joan C. Roberts
  • George B. Roberts
  • Margarita Rose and Robert Tuttle
  • Timothy Roseboro
  • Beth Rosenbaum
  • Ariel R. Rosenberg
  • Katrina H. Rouse
  • David Rudovsky
  • Rev. E. Kyle Saint Claire
  • Robert G. Sanders
  • Krish Santosh, Leela Santosh, and Kavita Vijayan
  • Barbara A. Sarcinello and Joseph Sarcinello
  • Andrew Whalen Saul
  • Cecilia Schickel and Susan M. Hight
  • Steven M. Schnell and Lisa K. Schnell
  • Lawrence Schofer and Jane E. Schofer
  • William Mitchell Schotanus and
    Arleen Griffeth Schotanus
  • Julie S. Schwartz
  • Marc Schwartz
  • Michael R. Schwartz
  • Daniel Segal
  • Patricia Segal and Stephen Segal
  • Julia Serbulov
  • Barry J. Seymour and Jody R. Piltz-Seymour
  • Catherine N. Shelton
  • Simran Sidhu and Ravi Acharya
  • Randi J. Siegel and John M. Harris
  • Kathryn T. Sipp
  • Jerome D. Smalley
  • Marie Smart & John Smart
  • Anthony E. Smith
  • Frederick (Fritz) Z. Smith
  • Patricia L. Smith and Elbert Sampson
  • Jonathan Roberts Snipes
  • Adam Soloff and Heather Soloff
  • Matt Soloff
  • Elizabeth Morgan Spade and Matthew Spade
  • Julie Spahr
  • Tad Sperry
  • Howard Spodek
  • Dylan J. Steinberg and Amey A. Hutchins
  • Carolyn K. Stephens and Bruce M. Stephens
  • Christopher Michael Sterman
  • Jacob M.W. Sterman
  • Sara Vernon Sterman
  • Tabitha Grace Vernon Sterman
  • Kathleen Stevens and Leonard Stevens
  • Patricia Stewart
  • Andrew Stone and Gene Bishop
  • Susan Storb and Michael Horn
  • Catherine Walker Stradley
  • William JT Strahan and Marie A. Strahan
  • John S. Summers
  • Elizabeth Sur and Julian Sur
  • Meghan M. Swan
  • Christina M. Szczepanski and Adam T. Szczepanski
  • Francis Talarowski and Susan Best
  • Joshua I. Tauberer
  • Phyllis B. Taylor and Richard K. Taylor
  • Van C. Temple and Eva M. Abbott
  • Kara J. Tennis
  • Betsy Teutsch and David Teutsch
  • Patricia R. Thomas and Thomas McK. Thomas
  • Kay A. Thomas and Laurie A. Cavis
  • Trudie P. Thomas
  • David B. Thornburgh
  • Dana W. Toedtman and Craig B. Toedtman
  • Jane Toll
  • James Trimble
  • Michael E. Tyler
  • James M. Utterback and Danielle A. Stillman
  • Paul M. Van Cleve and Martha C. Van Cleve
  • Thomas M. Vernon and M. Patricia West Vernon
  • Sandeep Wadhwa and Lara Jakubowski
  • Nancy Wagner-Hislip and Brian Hislip
  • Tara Elisabeth Hislip
  • Geraldine Wang
  • Paula M. Waxman
  • John C. Weidman
  • Abigail Weinberg
  • Cheryl Linda Weiss
  • Patricia D. Wellenbach
  • Patricia P.B. Wells
  • Barbara Wertz-Leiden and Charles Leiden
  • John A. Westrum
  • Judith Ann Wicks
  • Bridget S. and Gregory A. & Wiedeman
  • Denise A. Williams-Shannon
  • Alan L. Wilson
  • Amy J. Wilson
  • Joyce Winston
  • The Rev. and Mrs. William H. Wood III
  • Robert J. Woodruff and Lucy W. Duff
  • Mark M. Zandi
  • Derek M. Ziegler and Gili Ronen
  • Sydelle Zove and Stephen J. Kaufman
  • Gail Zukerman
  • We also thank those supporters who wish to remain anonymous, as well as the clients of:
  • Fresh Pond Capital
  • The Sustainability Group, part of Loring Wolcott & Coolidge Trust
  • Trillium Asset Management
  • Veris Wealth Partners

Faith-based Institutions

Investors and equity contributors
  • Arch Street United Methodist Church
  • Atlantic-Midwest Province of The School Sisters of Notre Dame
  • Augustinians
  • Bon Secour Health System, Inc.
  • Brandywine Deanery, Episcopal Diocese of PA
  • Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church Foundation
  • Bucks Deanery
  • Cathedral Church of The Saviour
  • Catholic Health Initiatives
  • Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting
  • Christ Church In Philadelphia
  • Church of St. Asaph
  • Church of The Good Samaritan
  • Church of The Holy Trinity
  • Church of the Messiah
  • Congregation of The Sisters, Servants of The I.H.M.
  • Daughters of Our Lady of Mercy
  • Dominican Sisters of Peace
  • Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania, Church Fdn.
  • Episcopal Urban Caucus
  • First United Methodist Church of Germantown
  • FSC DENA Endownment Trust
  • Germantown Jewish Centre
  • Grace Episcopal Church, Hulmeville
  • Grey Nuns of The Sacred Heart
  • Haddonfield Friends Meeting
  • IHM Congregation Charitable Trust
  • Jewish Employment and Vocational Service
  • Mercy Health System
  • Missionary Servants of The Most Blessed Trinity
  • Pennypack Deanery
  • Presbytery of Philadelphia
  • Religious of The Assumption North American Province
  • Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia
  • Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth
  • Sisters of St. Joseph
  • Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament
  • Sisters, Servants of The I.H.M. (Legacy)
  • Society of Holy Child Jesus
  • St. Andrew's Church, Yardley
  • St. Andrew's Episcopal Church (West Vincent)
  • St. Francis-In-The-Fields Episcopal Church
  • St. James Episcopal Church of Kingsessing
  • St. James Episcopal Church, Langhorne
  • St. John's Episcopal Church
  • St. Joseph's University
  • St. Mary's Church At The Cathedral
  • St. Mary's Episcopal Church Altar Guild
  • St. Mary's Medical Center
  • St. Peter's Church In The Great Valley
  • St. Peter's Church of Philadelphia Endowment Fund
  • St. Thomas of Villanova Church
  • Swarthmore Friends Meeting
  • The Sisters of Charity of The Incarnate Word
  • Trinity Episcopal Church, Swarthmore
  • Trinity Health
  • Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church
  • Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock
  • Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock
  • Vaad: Board of Rabbis of Greater Philadelphia

Financial Institutions

Investors and equity contributors
  • Amboy National Bank
  • Banc of America Community Development Corporation
  • Bank of America
  • BB&T Bank
  • Bryn Mawr Trust Company
  • Chase New Markets Corporation
  • Customers Bank
  • ESSA Bank and Trust
  • Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh
  • Fox Chase Bank
  • Howard Bank
  • HSBC Bank USA, NA
  • JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA
  • JPMorgan Chase Foundation
  • Manufacturers and Traders Trust Company
  • MECU of Baltimore, Inc
  • Northern Trust
  • Philadelphia Contributionship
  • PNC Bank, NA
  • PNC Community Partners, Inc
  • Regions Bank
  • Republic First Bank
  • Rosedale Federal Savings and Loan Association
  • Santander Bank
  • Second Federal Savings and Loan
  • TD Banknorth, NA
  • Univest Bank and Trust
  • Wells Fargo
  • Wells Fargo Regional Foundation
  • Woodforest National Bank

Corporate, Civic, and Government

Investors and equity contributors
  • 1260 Housing Development Corporation
  • Amalgamated Abstract Company of PA Inc.
  • Amazon Smile
  • Allegheny County
  • American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)
  • Arthur L. and Geraldine C. Schneeberg Foundation
  • Bainum Family Foundation
  • Barra Foundation
  • City of Cleveland
  • City of Philadelphia
  • College of Notre Dame Maryland
  • Columbus Property Management and Development, Inc.
  • Community Design Collaborative of AIA Philadelphia
  • Community Development Loan and Investment Fund, Inc.
  • Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Inc.
  • Cornell University
  • Customized Energy Solutions
  • Delaware State Housing Authority
  • Department of Housing and Community Development
  • Drumcliff Foundation
  • Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.
  • Frontiers International Philadelphia Club
  • Heinz Endowment
  • Housing Equality Center of Pennsylvania
  • Housing Equality Center of Pennsylvania
  • Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership
  • Institute of Museum and Library Services
  • Kauffman Foundation
  • Living Cities Catalyst Fund LLC
  • May 8 Consulting, Inc.
  • Milton Hershey School
  • National Development Council
  • Neighborhood Development Center
  • Oak Foundation
  • Opportunity Finance Network
  • Patricia Kind Family Foundation
  • Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency
  • Philadelphia Chapter of The AIA
  • Philadelphia Parent Child Center
  • Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority
  • Pink House Foundation, Inc.
  • Plowshare Farm, Inc
  • Polis Holding Group, LLC
  • Public Health Management Corporation
  • Regional Housing Legal Services, Inc.
  • Research for Action
  • Richmond Memorial Health Foundation
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Samuel S. Fels Fund
  • Success Measures Evaluation Services
  • Summit Consulting, LLC
  • The Alfred & Mary Douty Foundation
  • The Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • The Bainum Family Foundation
  • The Baltimore Community Foundation, Inc.
  • The City of St. Louis
  • The Elaine and Vincent Bell Foundation
  • The Homeless Assistance Fund, Inc.
  • The JPB Foundation
  • The Kresge Foundation
  • The Lehigh Valley Planning Commision
  • The Leo & Peggy Pierce Family Foundation
  • The Pew Charitable Trust
  • The Philadelphia Foundation, Inc.
  • The School District of Philadelphia
  • Thomas Scattergood Behavioral Health Foundation
  • Triskeles Foundation
  • Tulane University
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Valentine Foundation
  • van Ameringen Foundation
  • Wallace Roberts & Todd, LLC
  • Wells Fargo Regional CDC
  • Westrum Urban Opportunity, LP
  • William Penn Foundation