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Self-Help is a community development lender providing responsible financing to low-wealth families, women, people of color, and rural residents. Our consumer, home, small business and nonprofit loans are funded in part by federally insured accounts i

P.O. Box 3619 Durham, North Carolina, United States, 27702-3619

phone: view phone(800)966-SELF

fax: view fax(919)956-4401

website: http://www.self-help.org

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University National Bank's mission is to be the Leader in Improving Our Urban Community. As the first certified CDFI bank in Minnesota, University Bank has a track record of providing innovative and flexible financial products to the Twin Cities' urb

200 University Ave. W Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55103

phone: view phone(651)259-2221

fax: view fax(651)259-2231

website: http://www.universitybank.com

Our mission: to revitalize the economy of impoverished inner-city neighborhoods in Louisville, KY. We accomplish this by making developmental loans that build businesses and restore homes. We also offer Certificates of Deposit at competitive rates. I

2901 W. Broadway Louisville, Kentucky, 40211-1220

phone: view phone(866)273-8562

fax: view fax(502)775-5232

website: http://www.morethanabank.com

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A leading community development credit union with a national membership committed to socially responsible community investing primarily in the Southeast. Offers market-rate CDs (specialty Green, Go Local, Women & Children CDs), money market, IRA, sa

P.O. Box 3619 27702

phone: view phone(800)966-SELF

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A community development, federally-chartered credit union with a national membership committed to socially responsible community investing primarily for immigrant communities of southwest Chicago and across California. Offers market-rate CDs, money

P.O. Box 3619 27702-3619

phone: view phone(800)966-SELF

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6. Beneficial State Bank

in Financial by Erin Fitzgerald

Serving its customers since 1997, One PacificCoast Bank is the first commercial bank in the US with a commitment to sustainable community development. Open an EcoDeposits checking, IRA, or CD account and promote conservation in the Pacific Northwest.

1438 Webster St. Ste. 100 California, United States, 94612

phone: view phone(888)326-2265

website: http://www.beneficialstate...

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7. Franklin National Bank

in Financial by Nikki Foster

'At Franklin Bank, we have a mission... well, actually, it's a passion for improving the urban community. Our vision is to be the leader in improving the urban community. Everyday we work hard to find new ways to use our resources to improve life in

525 Washington Avenue N. Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, 55401

phone: view phone(651)259-2221

fax: view fax(651)259-2231

website: www.franklinbankmpls.com

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8. Hope Community Credit Union

in Financial by Crystal Gray

A community development credit union sponsered by ECD that converts federally insured deposits into mortgage, consumer, and business loans and personal financial services for low-wealth communities. HOPE's membership consists of over 6,000 members, i

4 Old River Pl. Ste. A Jackson, Mississippi, United States, 39202-3434

phone: view phone(601)944-1100

fax: view fax(601)944-0808

website: www.hopecu.org

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9. Park Midway Bank

in Financial by Nikki Foster

Park Midway Bank is a St. Paul owned and managed community institution, founded in 1916. Since its outset, the Bank has been considered 'The Leader in Improving Our Urban Community'. Park Midway Bank is a certified CDFI bank and a preferred SBA lende

2300 Como Avenue Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55108

phone: view phone(651)259-2221

fax: view fax(651)259-2231

website: www.parkmidwaybank.com

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10. National Federation of Community Development Credit Uni

in Financial by Cathie Mahon

CDFI providing capital, advocacy, and technical assistance to credit unions that serve predominantly low-income communities. Community Development Investment Program accepts funds from social investors and channels proceeds to community development c

39 Broadway Ste. 2140 New York, New York, 10006-3063

phone: view phone(212)809-1850

fax: view fax(212)809-3274

website: http://www.cdcu.coop

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