• Building Healthy, Equitable Communities

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  • Strengthening Local Small Businesses

    Pascale Sykes Foundation and New Jersey Community Capital sustain THRIVE South Jersey partnership. Learn More

  • A Catalyst for Local Change

    The Community Strategies Initiative is an invaluable component of our comprehensive approach to community development and neighborhood revitalization. Learn More

NeighborhoodLIFT: Let's Invest in Tomorrow

NeighborhoodLIFT is a national down payment assistance program sponsored by Wells Fargo & NeighborWorks® America that provides eligible homebuyers with $20,000 to use toward down payment & closing costs on qualified homes. For veterans and service members, teachers, paraprofessional educators, law enforcement officers, firefighters & emergency medical technicians, the program provides $22,500. Interested? Learn more.

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

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Partners for a Healthier Paterson Selected for 2020 Integrator Learning Lab

Partners for a Healthier Paterson, a collaboration between New Jersey Community Capital, St. Joseph’s Health, and the City of Paterson has been selected to participate in the 2020 Integrator Learning Lab - an initiative convened by Nemours Children’s Health System with support from the Kresge Foundation.

Parramore Asset Stabilization Fund Keeps Rental Housing Affordable in Central Florida

In February 2019, Parramore Asset Stabilization Fund, PASF, was formed as a collaboration of three nonprofits – Florida Community Loan Fund, Central Florida Foundation, and New Jersey Community Capital – to improve and preserve quality, long-term, affordable rental housing through an $8 million investment.

NJCC Announces $565,000 in CDFI Fund Award: Accelerating Equitable Access to Quality Housing & Health

U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund awards New Jersey Community Capital $565,000 to support investment in low-income and distressed communities.