• 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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OUR MISSION

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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$600 MILLION

Invested into New Jersey communities.

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LATEST NEWS

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.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Awards New Jersey Community Capital $750,000 Grant to Support Healthy, Affordable Homes & Community Facilities in Underserved Communities

The grant will support PITCH, a community health initiative working to advance health equity and well-being in economically distressed communities.

The Dodge Foundation and NJCC Form Strategic Investment Partnership to Strengthen Creative Economy in Low-Income Communities

New Jersey Community Capital and the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation are pleased to announce $125,000 in new support for the Creative Placemaking Fund, a revolving loan fund focused on arts-based projects in distressed communities across the state.