Success Stories

Little Egg Harbor
In 1998, Marita and her husband decided to move their family from Philadelphia to a small lagoon-front ranch house in Little Egg Harbor.
Manahawkin

Meet Wendy from Manahawkin. Wendy is one of the hundreds of New Jerseyans who benefitted from the Gap Funding Initiative (GFI).

Seaside Heights

A $30,000 REBUILD loan helps a local lumber yard recover from over 4' of Sandy flooding.

Belmar

One day, when Jill Naughton-Capone was suffering from a migraine, she put a cold gel pack inside a soft, thin cloth, attached the cloth to a Velcro

Newark

Almost $6 million in financing helped MPTCS expand to more than 600 K-8 students.

Elizabeth

Three years after losing their rental unit in a fire, they bought their first home from CAPC.

Newark

CAPC converted these dilapidated vacant homes into five new housing units.

Camden/Philadelphia

A $500,000 loan through Camden POWER is helping this early care center go green.

Asbury Park

This mainstay of Asbury Park’s nightlife used a REBUILD loan to get back on its feet.

Asbury Park

REBUILD helped DJ’s replenish its supplies and continue serving its loyal customers.

Jersey City

Grove Street Bicycles, a go-to shop for a wide range of Jersey City’s local bicycle commuters and hobbyists, was hit hard by Hurricane Sandy:  it l

Jersey City

NJCC’s NMTC investment helped Saint Peter’s build a state-of-the-art campus center.

Newark

This NMTC-funded theater has provided 60 jobs and thousands of fun experiences.

Asbury Park

A REBUILD loan helped this shared tech space to recover from Sandy losses and grow.

Newark

NJCC provided UVSO the long-term capital it needed to build its 14-classroom facility.

Newark

NJCC seeded ICC’s first early care center and was there again when ICC expanded.

Morris

Unity used an NJCC credit enhancement to lease out and remodel a new building.

Burlington County

After 25 years and 6,000 transitional housing units, NJCC still supports its first borrower.

Atlantic County

NJCC’s loans and lines of credit have helped this small nonprofit create 30 affordable homes.