• 2014 Annual Report

    2014 was a big year. Read about how we invest, strengthen, and advance community development in NJ.

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  • NJCC's Silver Jubilee Gala

    Thank you to everyone who celebrated a generation of transforming communities and stabilizing neighborhoods with us!

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  • NJCC Wins Wells Fargo NEXT Award

    Top CDFI award recognizes NJCC's ReStart program and its role in expanding affordable housing opportunities

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  • Our Impact

    Explore our sectors of work to see how we are making a difference in New Jersey's at-risk communities.

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  • ReStart New Jersey

    Our groundbreaking home preservatoin program is working to keep hundreds of delinquent homeowners in their homes with mortgages they can afford.

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New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC) is a community development financial institution (CDFI) with a mission to transform at-risk communities

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Invested into over 700 high impact projects across New Jersey

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New Jersey Community Capital Closes $28 MM U.S. Treasury Bond to Finance Community Development Projects in New Jersey

New Brunswick, NJ (September 30) – New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC) announced today that is has closed a $28 million bond as part of the United States Treasury Department's CDFI Bond Guarantee Program.

New Jersey Community Capital Awarded $1.65 MM by CDFI Fund

New Brunswick, NJ (September 15, 2015) The U.S. Department of the Treasury's Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund announced Community Loan Fund of New Jersey, Inc.--the core loan fund of New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC)--as a recipient of a $1.65 million Financial Assistance (FA) Award.

Fannie Mae picks non-profit for first small sale of non-performing loans

Fannie Mae announced the winner of its first sale of non-performing loans as part of its “Community Impact Pool” program, which consists of smaller pools of non-performing loans and is designed to attract diverse participation by non-profits, small investors and minority- and women-owned businesses.