A Million for Main Street

Community Capital New York’s Hudson Valley Opportunity Loan Fund Awarded $1m by Governor Cuomo in the Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) Initiative $1 Million to  be matched with SBA Funds to create $2 million in loan capital for the Hudson Valley Businesses October, 2015--Community Capital New York, the largest nonprofit SBA microfinance lender in the region, was awarded $1 million in loan capital by Governor Andrew Cuomo in ...
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Community Capital New York Receives a $5,000 Grant From People’s United Foundation

December 5, 2013: Community Capital New York, a non-profit lender and one of the largest microfinance agencies in the lower Hudson Valley, has been awarded by the People’s United Community Foundation with a $5,000 grant to its Affordable Housing Program.  Community Capital New York (CCNY) is one of eight regional nonprofit organizations awarded a total of $40,500 by People’s United Community Foundation this month. “We look forward to ...
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People’s United Foundation Awards Community Capital NY’s Affordable Housing Program $5,000 Grant

December 5, 2013: Community Capital New York, a non-profit lender and one of the largest microfinance agencies in the lower Hudson Valley, has been awarded by the People’s United Community Foundation with a $5,000 grant to its Affordable Housing Program.  Community Capital New York (CCNY) is one of eight regional nonprofit organizations awarded a total of $40,500 by People’s United Community Foundation this month. “We look forward to ...
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Blueprint for Financial Success Workshop

Community Capital NY and New York Life are presenting a "Blueprint for Financial Success," a two-hour free workshop on November 6 from 6-8 pm that will give you and your family a blueprint for financial security. Hosted by Kathleen Sharkey, a financial services professional, at 7 West Cross Street, Hawthorne, NY. Please RSVP to Simone Obermaier @ 914.747.8020 x10 or sobermaier@communitycapitalny.org ...
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Here Comes The Neighborhood

  By DAVID L. KIRP October 19, 2013 SUBURBIA beckons many poor and working-class families with the promise of better schools, access to non-dead-end jobs and sanctuary from the looming threat of urban violence. But many suburbanites balk at the prospect of affordable housing in their midst. They fear that when poor people move next door crime, drugs, blight, bad public schools and higher taxes inevitably follow. They worry that the ...
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CCNY’s Small Business Loan Clients Host Open Houses

CCNY loan client Recologie's open house in New Rochelle celebrated the new company’s mission is to combine vegan/vegetarian dining, eco-retailing and education in a vibrant space that cultivates appreciation for a sustainable planet. Appetizers like figs stuffed with cheese and eggplant dips tastily accompanied art made from recycled and re-used materials. Recologie will foster greater awareness of how consumers can use their purchasing power to ...
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Yonkers Brewing in the News

    Craft beer in Westchester By Megan McCaffrey, LOHUD In the spring, we previewed four new craft breweries about to open in Westchester and Rockland: #Freedom, Broken Bow, Kuka Andean Brewing and Yonkers Brewing. Fast-forward a few busy months? All four are now brewing, bottling and distributing. You can sample these newest craft brews at the brewery tasting rooms, at local restaurants and at several coming fall festivals like ...
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