Welcoming Teresa V. Jankovic to Our Team as Interim CEO!

The Hudson Valley has been home to Teresa for more than 30 years. We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Teresa V. Jankovic, CPA has also found her new “career home” with us– and named our Interim CEO! Since 2018, Teresa has served as a Board Member on our Board of Directors, offering her expertise…

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Press Announcement: Community Capital New York Names Teresa V. Jankovic, CPA, as Interim CEO

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 30, 2021 Contact: Julie Fahnestock, Director of Marketing & Communications Community Capital New York jfahnestock@communitycapitalny.org Community Capital New York Names Teresa V. Jankovic, CPA, as Interim CEO (Elmsford, New York) Community Capital New York, a nonprofit lender, and Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), is proud to announce the new leadership of…

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Kim Jacobs Announces Her Retirement

January 28, 2021 As we look to a new year, we often look back, reflecting on the past and looking forward, anticipating the future.  This year, this moment has special resonance for me as 2021 marks the start of the final months I will spend as President of Community Capital New York. My formal retirement…

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Negotiating with Your Landlord During COVID-19

One of the biggest expenses many small businesses face during this unprecedented time is the cost of rent and space. In the face of the current health crisis and resulting economic tsunami, many businesses will need to renegotiate their rent to survive. If you are in that situation, be sure to be prepared. We have…

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43 Ashburton Opens in Yonkers!

Community Capital was on hand to celebrate the opening of 43 Asburton. The Community Builders, a community partner of Community Capital New York, revitalized a run down school into modern, safe and affordable housing, retaining the unique architectural arch that made it a local landmark. NY State Assemblywoman Andrea Stewart Cousins, Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano,…

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MidHudson News Covers Newburgh Remediation Housing Fund

NEWBURGH – Community Capital New York and local elected officials announced the acquisition of $175,000 in funds for urban renewal and revitalization in Newburgh. Community Capital New York is a not-for-profit organization that helps local developers revitalize local urban centers in the Hudson Valley. Funding was awarded specifically for the purpose of lead and asbestos…

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Community Capital Celebrates Revitalization, Opportunity in Poughkeepsie

$100,000 Loan Backs Rehab of Abandoned Home by YouthBuild Students  Community Capital New York, Inc., the non-profit community lender serving the lower Hudson Valley, celebrated the transformation of a blighted property into a newly renovated, energy efficient house at 206 Winnikee Avenue on Monday along with U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, U.S. Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney,…

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