Driving Capital. Building Prosperity. Transforming Neighborhoods.

A Community Development Mission-Driven Nonprofit Lender for Over 30 Years

Since 1989, Community Capital New York has been working to create a thriving, inclusive, and equitable economy where all people have access to build wealth and prosperity for themselves, their families and communities. Community Capital New York is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization, SBA Lender, and a U.S. Treasury-certified Community Development Financial Institution

We drive capital and resources to start-ups and small business owners in the Hudson Valley typically excluded from current systems. We support affordable housing developments throughout New York State through capital and technical assistance. We support low and moderate income communities and communities of color gain access to capital and resources to grow their businesses and build wealth.

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Community Capital Bridge Loan helps White Plains Men’s Shelter Add a 2nd Story

Men's Shelter BeforeCommunity Capital New York (CCNY) bridge loan helps Grace Church Community Center finance the purchase, renovation and reconfiguration of...
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Social Impact Investing Will Be the New Venture Capital

by Sir Ronald Cohen and William A. Sahlman for the Harvard Business Review During the past century, governments and charitable organizations have mounted massive efforts...
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Community Capital Receives Loan Capital from Create Jobs for USA

Community Capital New York is one of the CDFIs selected to receive a Create Jobs for USA grant from the Starbucks Foundation. Starbucks, in partnership...
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Community Capital Hiring: Senior Loan Counselor

Job Title: Senior Loan Counselor Duties: Assist potential/clients with loan application process for community based small business loan program, advise on loan eligibility, payment methods/priorities,...
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The New Face of Attainable Housing

Community Capital New York Cuts the Ribbon on a Painted Victorian Lady. An Economic Catalyst, CCNY Rehabbed it from Abandoned to an Attainable Home. IKEA...
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