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At Boston Community Capital our mission is to build healthy communities where low-income people live and work.

 

Partnerships

Boston Community Capital endeavors to stand at the intersection of many communities, reducing silos and bringing together individuals and organizations from all perspectives who can advance our mission of building healthy communities where low-income people live and work.

 

Investors

Since our founding, investors ranging from financial institutions to foundations, religious communities, and individuals have been critical partners in our work. Their loans provide capital for our lending, and make it possible for us to provide financing to low-income communities across the country.

Loan Fund

Individual Investors

Over 200 individuals invest in our Loan Fund.  

Religious Organizations

The American Baptist Churches of Massachusetts

Augustinians of the Assumption

Belmont United Methodist Church

Boston Tzedec Community Fundˆ

Christ Church Episcopal, Cambridge

First Church of Christ, Bedford

First Parish in Lincoln

First Parish in Weston

First Parish of Westwood, United Church

Harvard Epworth United Methodist Church, Cambridge

Jewish Community Relations Councilˆ

Massachusetts Conference of the United Church of Christ

Mercy Partnership Fund

The Micah Fund: The Greater Boston Jewish Fund for Community Economic Development, a CJP/JCRC Initiativeˆ

Needham Clergy Association

New England Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church

Old South Church in Boston

Parish of All Saints Church, Belmont

Parish of the Epiphany, Winchester

The Paulist Center Endowment, Boston, MA

Presbyterian Church in Sudbury

Presbytery of Boston

Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, Brookline

School Sisters of Notre Dame, Wilton, CT

Seeds of Change

Sisters of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin

Sisters of Charity of Halifax

Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, New Jersey

Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia

Society of the Divine Word, Chicago Province

Society of the Holy Child Jesus

Society of Jesus of New England

Society of St. John the Evangelist

Sons of Mary, Health of the Sick

St. Anne’s-in-the-Fields, Lincoln

Sudbury United Methodist Church

Temple Emanuel of Newtonˆ

Temple Hillel B'nai Torahˆ

Temple Israel of Bostonˆ

Temple Shalom of Newtonˆ

Clients of Trillium Asset Management

Trinitarian Congregational Church, Concord

Tzedec Community Investment Program of Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justiceˆ

United Parish of Auburndale

United Parish in Brookline

Women of the Epiphany, Winchester

 

Foundations and Institutions

Bank of America Community Development Corporation

Bank of New York Mellon

Belmont Savings Bank

Blue Hills Bank

The Boston Foundation

Boston Private Bank & Trust Company

Boston Trust & Investment Management Company

Brown Brothers Harriman

Calvert Social Investment Fund

Cathay Bank

Central Cooperative Bank

Citizens Bank

Community Development Financial Institutions Fund

Dedham Institution for Savings

Dorchester Bay EconomicDevelopment Corporation

Eastern Bank

ENAID Housing Trust

Fidelity Management Trust Company

Fiduciary Trust Company

Harvard University

F.B. Heron Foundation

Hingham Institution for Savings

HSBC Bank USA

Leader Bank N.A.

The Life Initiative

MA Grinnell Charitable Trust

Mass Development

McAuley Institute

Mercy Partnership Fund

Metropolitan Life Foundation

Miles Properties

National Cooperative Bank Development Corporation

New England Yearly Meeting of Friends Pool Funds

The Obermayer Foundationˆ

Opportunity Finance Network

Parnassus Fund

Property & Casualty Initiative

Rosie’s Place

Robert Treat Paine Association

Rowe Family Charitable Trust

Rubblestone Foundation

The Erich & Hannah Sachs Foundation

Salem Five Cents Savings Bank

State Street Bank

Seymour and Sylvia Rothchild Family Foundation

Twin Pines Cooperative Foundation

Walpole Co-operative Bank

 

SUN

Annie E. Casey Foundation

Anonymous individuals

Anonymous clients of Ballentine Partners

The Boston Foundation

Boston Trust & Investment Management Company

Calvert Foundation

F.B. Heron Foundation

First Congregational Church in Amherst (UCC)

Anonymous clients of Fresh Pond Capital

Anonymous client of Hall Capital Partners LLC

Kresge Foundation

Anonymous clients of the Sustainability Group at Loring, Wolcott & Coolidge

Perls Foundation

Anonymous clients of Reynders, McVeigh

South Mountain Company

Anonymous members of Strategic Grant Partners

Tzedec Community Investment Program of Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice

Anonymous clients of Veris Wealth Partners

 

And the many individuals, institutions, and religious organizations who wish to remain anonymous.

ˆ Investor in The Micah Fund: The Greater Boston Jewish Fund for Community Economic Development, a CJP/JCRC Initiative

** Wellesley Alumnae Investor

 

Venture Fund

Anonymous foundation

Anonymous individuals

TD Banknorth, N.A.

The John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

JPMorgan Chase Community Development

Opportunity Finance Network

Property & Casualty Initiative

The Rockefeller Foundation

Sovereign Bank

Donors

BCC benefits from individuals, foundations, and corporations whose donations allow us to innovate, grow, and provide patient, low-cost capital where it's needed most.

Major Contributors

Alice W. Dorr Foundation

Anonymous foundation

Anonymous individuals

Bank of America

John Blassick

David Barron & Juliette Kayyem

The Derek Bok Advised Fund

Boston Private Bank & Trust Company

Bob & Louise J. Bowditch

Brookline Savings Bank

Jess Brooks & Russ Neufeld

Doris B. Burford

Katie & Paul Buttenwieser

Ann & Bob Buxbaum

Barbara Casey

CDFI Fund of the U.S. Department of Treasury

Chen Family

Elyse D. Cherry

Danversbank

Newell Flather

Michael & Linda Frieze

Robert & Marta Frank

James Gammill & Susan Alexander

Charles & Sara Goldberg Charitable Trust

Julie Gould

Carolyn E. Hannauer

Hecht/Horton Partners

Herman & Frieda L. Miller Foundation

Housing Partnership Network

Impact Community Capital

DeWitt & Megan Jones

Dick Jones & Viki Bok

JPMorgan Chase Foundation

Meryl A. Kessler & Scott I. Oran

David S. King

Warren Leon & Cynthia E. Robinson

Rachelle Linner

M. Brinton Lykes

Steven & Robin Lydenberg

Harry Margolis & Susan Phillips

Ann Miles & Peter Colgrove

Greg & Peggy Nilles

Judith & Arthur Obermayer

Opportunity Finance Network

Robert Treat Paine Association

Parnassus Fund

Steven Paul

Edward N. Perry & Cynthia W. Wood

Thomas Phillips

Naomi Rosenfeld

Kathryn Rothermel

Maggie & John Russell

Maurice Samuels

Sara Schnorr

Emily Shamieh

Sharon Shepard & James Rinderle

John & Claire Simon

Lally Stowell

Sudbury United Methodist Church

John & Nadine Suhrbier

Trudi Veldman

Michelle Volpe

Lloyd & Ruth Weinreb

Lisa & Thomas Zappala

Sean Zielenbach

Borrowers (past & current)

From affordable housing developments to health care centers and charter schools, our Loan Fund borrowers are in the trenches, transforming communities, and changing lives.

AHC, Inc.

Allem Realty Trust

Alliance for Animals

Alliance for Young Families

Allston-Brighton Community Development Corporation

American Youth Hostels—Boston Hostels, Inc.

Arch Street Development

Architectural Heritage Foundation

Artists Cooperative at 300 Summer Street

Artist Tenants of the South End Cooperative Corporation

Asian Community Development Corporation

Beacon Communities

Berkshire Arts & Technology (BART) Charter Public School

Bethel AME Church

Beverly Affordable Housing

Boston Aging Concerns—Young & Old United, Inc.

Boston Citywide Land Trust

Boston Film & Video Foundation

Boston Neighborhood Housing Services

Bridge Housing Corporation

Brady Sullivan Harris Mill, LLC

Brookside Artists, LLC

Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association

Casa Esperanza

Casa Myrna Vazquez, Inc.

Casa Nueva Vida

Cascap

Chelsea Neighborhood Housing Services

Chestnut Street Cooperative

Citizen Schools

Citizens For Affordable Housing in Newton Development Organization (CAN-DO)

City Lights

The City School

Civic Builders

Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation

Communities United, Inc.

Community Action Agency of Somerville

Community Action for Better Housing (CABH)

Community Housing, Inc.

Community Servings

Cornerstone Properties Group of Wareham, Inc.

Cushing Manor Support Facility

DIAL-SELF Teen Services

Dimock Community Health Center (Social Justice for Women)

Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation

Dorchester Gardenlands

Dorchester Home & Garden

E.L. Haynes Public Charter School

East Boston Community Development Corporation

Ecumenical Social Action Committee (ESAC)

Ellington Street Cooperative Corporation

Elizabeth Stone House: Transitional Housing Project

Emmanuel Gospel Center

ETC Development Corporation

Fairbanks Development, LLC

Fairfield Real Estate Development

Falmouth Housing Corporation

Fenway Community Development Corporation

Finex House

First Night, Inc.

Forest Glen Cooperative

Fort Point Arts Community

Fountain Hill Condo Association

Franklin Field South Neighborhood Association

Friends of Shattuck Shelter

The Garment District

Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD)

Generations, Inc./Magic Me

Guidance Center, Inc./Center Inc.

H R Ross Industries

Harborlight Community Partners

Hart Development Associates

Harvard Community Health Center/Griffin House

Harwich Ecumenical Council for the Homeless

HEARTH (formerly Committee to End Elder Homelessness)

HMB, LLC

Homes for America, Inc.

HomeStart, Inc.

Hope House

Housing Corporation of Arlington

Humphreys Street Studios

Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion (IBA)

Island Housing Trust

Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation

Jamaica Plain Scattered Site Cooperative

Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly (JCHE)

Jumpstart for Young Children, Inc.

Just-A-Start Corporation

Keen Development Corporation

KIPP Academy Lynn

Kit Clark Senior Services/ Federated Dorchester Neighborhood Houses

Lawrence Community Works

Lifehouse

Living in Dorchester

L.P. Athol Corporation

Madison Park Development Corporation

Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care

Mattapan Community Development Corporation

Mattapan Community Health Center

Kevin McCrea/Wabash Construction

MD Properties

Media & Technology Charter High (MATCH) School

Methunion Manor Cooperative Corporation

Miles Properties, Inc.

Milton-Fuller Housing Corporation

Mission Hill Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc.

Mission SAFE

Mitchell Properties

Mount Pleasant Home

Neighborhood of Affordable Housing (NOAH)

Neighborhood Development Corporation of Grove Hall

New Boston Fund

North Metropolitan Homemakers—Home Health Aide Service

November Collective Cooperative Corporation

Nuestra Comunidad Development Corporation

Nu-Life Development Corporation

Oaktree Development

Operation Outreach—USA, Inc.

Otisfield, LLC

Paige Academy

Park View Cooperative Corporation

Paul Sullivan Housing Trust

Peabody Veterans Supportive Housing LLC an affiliate of Peabody Properties

Peace at Home

Penikese Island School

Peterbridge, Inc.

Pine Street Inn

Presentation School Foundation

Preservation of Affordable Housing

Providence Community Health Centers, Inc.

Putnam & Western Cooperative

Quincy Geneva Housing Development Corporation

Rehoboth Bethel Development Corporation

Resident Ownership Capital, LLC

Roxbury Multi-Service Center

Ruggles Affordable Assisted Living Center

Salem Harbor Community Development Corporation

Salem Mission

Second Home/United Homes for Children

Shelter, Inc.

SMILE Pre-School Inc.

Sojourner House

Somerville Community Corporation

South Boston Neighborhood Development Corporation

Spectrum Health Services

Spontaneous Celebrations

Michael Stella

Straight Ahead Pictures, Inc.

Tent City Corporation

The Communities Group (TCG) of Massachusetts

The Leaguers, Inc.

The Starting Line/MOPPETS

Frank Thomas/Otisfield, LLC

Transformations, Inc.

Trinity Development

Trust on Behalf of Eastern Service Workers Association

Tuttle House, Inc.

University Lutheran Association of Greater Boston/Harvard Square Homeless Shelter

Urban Edge Housing Corporation

Veterans Benefits Clearinghouse Development Corporation

Valley Community Development Corporation

Victory Programs

VIET-AID

Visiting Nurses Association (VNA), Somerville

VNA Lowell Street Limited Partnership

Vocational Advancement Center

WATCH, Inc.

Watertown Community Housing

Whittier Street Health Center

Windale Developers, Inc.

Women’s Educational Center (The Women’s Center)

Women’s Housing Initiative (Brookview House)

Women’s Institute for New Growth & Support (WINGS)

Worcester Common Ground

Worcester East Side CDC

World Ocean Schools

YWCA of Boston

  • Low-income communities and residents need and are entitled to the same expertise and the same expectations of excellence that are available to their wealthier neighbors.

  • Isolation is the hallmark of unhealthy communities and organization. We endeavor to stand at the intersection of multiple constituencies and to work to break through silos.

  • Asking the right questions is a root source of leadership. As our world evolves, our questions must evolve.

  • "We must be the change we want to see in the world." -Mahatma Gandhi

  • Since 1985, BCC has invested more than $1 billion to support
    organizations and businesses that benefit underserved communities.