BRINGING FAIRNESS TO FINANCE. ELEVATING OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL.
Community Reinvestment Fund, USA works to address social and economic inequity through new financial solutions that help empower people, build sustainable communities and inspire systemic change.
We Stand in Solidarity
CRF stands in solidarity with all those fighting for social justice, equity and transformational change. We know that the social changes taking place today will yield a lasting positive impact on the lives of millions.
How We Work
Creating Sustainable Impact
Our work is all about people, creating measurable impact in neighborhoods across the country and a long-term ripple effect that inspires lasting change.
Small Business Loans
FINANCING SMALL BUSINESS GROWTH
We think differently about small business lending and work to provide access to otherwise unavailable capital. We help entrepreneurs get the money they need to grow their businesses.
NEW SOLUTIONS TO UNIVERSAL Problems
Creativity and problem-solving are at the heart of our work, with a unique combination of financing, business services and technologies that help small business owners and community partners create lasting, sustainable change in the communities that need it most.
BREAKING BARRIERS TO COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT
We work with communities to create a fair, responsive and accessible community development lending ecosystem. Together, we build stronger local economies, create jobs and support economic mobility.
DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
We build technology-driven solutions that improve access to capital and enable our partner organizations to reach and serve communities in new and innovative ways.
DESIGNING CREATIVE CAPITAL SOLUTIONS
We develop capital solutions to drive positive change and create a better system.
Servicing Loan Portfolios
We provide customized loan servicing for housing and small business loan portfolios, so cities, economic development agencies and other lenders can reduce expenses and prioritize community development goals.
“I started this company not only to provide for my family but also to help people struggling with employment after incarceration. It was easier for me to start a business than it was to find a job.”