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Community Capital serves as an economic catalyst working to strengthen the prosperity of our communities and the lives of the people who live in them. By leveraging education, human and civic resources and through flexible, innovative and responsible financing, we enable traditionally underserved people to become stake holders in a more inclusive economy.

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4 steps to evaluating a new business opportunity

Growing a business, whether organically or by acquisition, is never easy. Today we’ll offer a quick way to  evaluate growth opportunities for your business. Following...

Four Good Reasons to Pay Your Taxes

It’s that time of year again. The W-2s and 1099 are starting to arrive in the mail and before you know it, it will be...

New Years’ ideas for your business in 2016

The New Year is always a great point in time to look back and then start afresh – are you ready to make 2016 be...

Community Capital’s Entrepreneurial Pop Up Shop Encourages Residents to Buy Local

Dozens of Westchester residents stopped in to Community Capital New York’s Entrepreneurial Pop Up Shop last week to buy local for the holidays! Sponsored by...

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...

KeyBank Joins Community Capital and JP Morgan Chase’s Newburgh Housing Remediation Fund

Contributing $2,500 to help capitalize a Feasibility Fund for lead and asbestos testing to address the biggest barrier to redevelopment Key...

Community Capital on ABC!

CommunityCapital New York's Vice President of Lending, Fernando Ahumada, and loan client Mercedes Nunez, were guests of ABC's El Tiempo Spanish programming show hosted by Westchester...

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...

$2 million up for grabs for Hudson Valley businesses

BEACON — Small businesses in the Hudson Valley can look forward to a new $2 million fund for microloans. Money from Community Capital New York...
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