OFN Ally Locator

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  • work we do on behalf of the opportunity finance industry.

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INDIVIDUALS

  • Tony Abraham
  • Douglas Adair
  • Joaquin Altoro
  • Adian Chorley
  • Sheila Cuddy
  • Catherine Dolan
  • Eric Foster
  • Shelia Greenlaw-Fink
  • Mary Houghton
  • Timothy Johnson
  • Mary Ellen Judah
  • Jeff Kelly
  • Kendra Key
  • Marsha Krassner
  • Margaret Lund
  • Francis Lutz
  • Elaine Magil
  • Tom Manning
  • Jerry McGaughy
  • Robert McKean
  • George Mensah
  • John Moukad
  • Jyothi Narayan
  • Cheryl Neas
  • Susan Newton-Rhodes
  • Paula Planthaber
  • Phebe Quattrucci
  • Denise Rinear
  • David Roddick
  • Cliff Rosenthal
  • Helen Scalia
  • Travis Stegall
  • Michael Sullivan
  • Norman E. Taylor
  • Sima Thakkar
  • Emily Tunney
  • Rosa Rios Valdez
  • Jennifer Vasiloff
  • Mary Vasys
  • Sridevi (Shree) Veeramachaneni
  • Stacie Whisonant
  • Sean Zielenbach
  • Organizations

    Rainier Valley Community Development Fund Ally Type: Organization
    Seattle, WA

    Rainier Valley Community Development Fund

    Contact Name: Wayne Lau
    Phone Number:
    Category: CDFI
    Website: http://rvcdf.org/

    Services Offered:

    Description:

    Religious Communities Investment Fund Ally Type: Organization
    Oakland, CA

    Religious Communities Investment Fund

    Contact Name: Corinne Florek
    Phone Number:
    Category: Nonprofit
    Website: http://rcif.org/

    Services Offered:

    Description:

    Renaissance Economic Development Corp. Ally Type: Organization
    New York, NY

    Renaissance Economic Development Corp.

    Contact Name: Jessie Lee
    Phone Number: 212.964.6022
    Category: CDFI
    Website: http://www.renaissance-ny.org

    Services Offered:

    Microloans, Small Business Loans, and Small Business technical assistance

    Description:

    Renaissance Economic Development Corporation (REDC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and a U.S. Treasury-certified Community Development Financial Institution. REDC’s mission is to transform low-to-moderate income (LMI) communities in New York City by increasing economic opportunity and improving the business climate for the disadvantaged and low income immigrant and minority populations of Kings, Queens, Bronx, Richmond, and New York Counties. REDC provides direct technical and financial assistance services to small businesses throughout New York City with an emphasis on increasing business opportunities for minority, women and immigrant entrepreneurs in communities where cultural and language barriers and lack of access to conventional credit have stymied the growth of small businesses.

    Reynders McVeigh Capital Management Ally Type: Organization
    Boston, MA

    Reynders McVeigh Capital Management

    Contact Name: Carrie A. Endries, Ph.D.
    Phone Number: (617) 226-9999
    Category: Service Provider
    Website: http://www.reyndersmcveigh.com

    Services Offered:

    Reynders, McVeigh Capital Management's services include the research and selection of equity and fixed income instruments and the appropriate allocation of these assets, in combination with a cash reserve, for client portfolios. We also offer financial advice and assistance in the review and implementation of retirement and estate planning, as well as trust services and selected alternative impact investments. We tailor our advisory services to clients’ objectives, values and constraints. We assist the client in determining his or her appropriate investment and impact objectives, help set reasonable and responsible goals, and design an investment plan that meets the client’s needs.

    Description:

    Reynders, McVeigh Capital Management LLC. ("Reynders, McVeigh") is a socially responsible investment (“SRI”) management firm that provides tailored investment advice designed to meet clients’ long-term investment objectives. Charlton Reynders, III and Patrick McVeigh founded Reynders, McVeigh on November 21, 2005 on the belief that progressive thinking, rigorous fundamental research, careful portfolio management and social responsibility work together and lead to outperformance. The Firm's clientele include: high net-worth individuals; trusts, estates and charitable organizations; corporations and other businesses; pension and profit sharing plans; and investment companies registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940 (e.g., mutual funds).

    Rural Dynamics, Inc. Ally Type: Organization
    Great Falls, MT

    Rural Dynamics, Inc.

    Contact Name: Alicia Ayers
    Phone Number:
    Category: Service Provider
    Website: http://ruraldynamics.org/

    Services Offered:

    Description:

    Rural Investment Corporation (RIC/REAP) Ally Type: Organization
    Lyons, NE

    Rural Investment Corporation (RIC/REAP)

    Contact Name: Jeff Reynolds
    Phone Number: 402-656-3091
    Category: CDFI
    Website: http://www.cfra.org/reap

    Services Offered:

    The Rural Investment Corporation offers financing and technical assistance to small and very small businesses in rural Nebraska. Its affiliate/partner, REAP, provides microenterprise loans (less than $50,000) as well as training and technical assistance, primarily through its Women’s Business Center and Latino Business Center.

    Description:

    The Rural Investment Corporation (RIC), a Nebraska nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation, is a wholly-owned subsidiary corporation of the Center for Rural Affairs (CfRA). RIC was incorporated in 1997, but was not capitalized until 2011. RIC was certified as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) in 2013. RIC is a lending partner to the Center’s REAP program – the Rural Enterprise Assistance Project – with both organizations sharing a market, staff, facilities, infrastructure and relationships.

    Sequoyah Fund Ally Type: Organization
    Cherokee, NC

    Sequoyah Fund

    Contact Name: Russ Seagle
    Phone Number: 828-259-5001
    Category: CDFI
    Website: http://www.sequoyahfund.org

    Services Offered:

    Start-up loans, small business loans, expansion loans, home improvement loans, small business training, art business training and support, entrepreneurship curriculum development and training (REAL Entrepreneurship).

    Description:

    Native CDFI providing lending and training to start-ups and existing businesses owned by members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and the seven far-western counties of North Carolina.

    SERCAP, Inc. Ally Type: Organization
    Roanoke, VA

    SERCAP, Inc.

    Contact Name: Michael Haas
    Phone Number: 540.589.0480
    Category: Other
    Website: http://www.sercap.org

    Services Offered:

    Community Development

    Description:

    Seton Enablement Fund Ally Type: Organization
    Mount St. Joseph, OH

    Seton Enablement Fund

    Contact Name: Patricia Wittberg
    Phone Number: 513-347-5466
    Category: Other
    Website: http://www.srcharitycinti.org/enablement.htm

    Services Offered:

    Low-interest, 5-year loans up to $150,000.

    Description:

    The Mission of the Seton Enablement Fund is to assist the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity in living its Mission by providing loans and investments to community-based organizations that may not qualify for conventional financing as they serve the social justice needs of people living in poverty.

    Seven Sisters Community Development Group, LLC Ally Type: Organization
    Jupiter, FL

    Seven Sisters Community Development Group, LLC

    Contact Name: Joanna Donohoe
    Phone Number: 561.762.8237
    Category: Consultant
    Website: http://www.7sistersconsulting.com

    Services Offered:

    Coaching, coalition building, facilitation, organizational capacity building, training and technical assistance, strategic planning

    Description:

    Seven Sisters Community Development Group, LLC is a national, for-profit consulting firm that offers culturally relevant and innovative strategies, services, and products that support systemic change. Our team of community development specialists brings a broad range of experience to our work. We plan, develop, and implement client-driven strategies. We collaborate, partner, and consult with local nonprofit organizations, national intermediaries, coalitions, government agencies, housing authorities, lenders, private sector entities, community development financial institutions (CDFIs), and philanthropies. The cornerstones of our work include: asset building, coaching, coalition building, curriculum development, customized training, evaluation, facilitation, financial capability, organizational capacity building, policy advocacy, and strategic planning.

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