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  • Celebrating 30 Years of Impact

    Review the profile of our Hat City Lofts project…the first in a series to highlight signature projects over our three decades of transforming communities

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  • 2016 Annual Report

    2016 was a big year. Read about how we invest, strengthen, and advance community development in NJ.

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  • South Jersey Biz Executives of the Year

    NJCC President Wayne T. Meyer was selected by South Jersey Biz as an Executive of the Year for 2016.

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  • Our Impact

    Explore our sectors of work to see how we are making a difference in New Jersey's at-risk communities.

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  • ReStart New Jersey

    Our groundbreaking home preservatoin program is working to keep hundreds of delinquent homeowners in their homes with mortgages they can afford.

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OUR MISSION

New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC) is a community development financial institution (CDFI) with a mission to create thriving communities through strategic investments and knowledge.

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$300 MILLION

Invested into over 700 high impact projects across New Jersey

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LATEST NEWS

Celebrating Our 30th Anniversary

This year, NJCC celebrates its 30th anniversary. During that time, we have made $630 million in loans and investments that created economic opportunities through homes, schools and jobs for families in countless communities in New Jersey and beyond.

Hudson County Economic Development Corporation and New Jersey Community Capital Form Partnership to Help Veterans and Limited-Income Families Buy Homes

HCEDC Awards NJCC $200,000 Grant to Provide Eligible Veterans & Families with Down Payment Assistance

Big as a house, artist's mural is an expression of community

Trenton-based artist Bentrice Jusu has an objective.

"My goal is to simply replace guns with cameras. Shoot a camera. Don't shoot a gun."

She was speaking on Saturday at the unveiling of her stunning new mural, which covers the entire side of a house in the city's east ward.