FCLF provides flexible capital to create high social impact in Florida low-income communities. Connect with us this month at events.


FCLF Newsletter


SFCDC Webinar on New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC), March 15. South Florida Community Development Coalition will host a free webinar on March 15, 2018, at 2pm, on the benefits on the New Markets Tax Credit program and how it can bring economic development to your community. FCLF Community Development Loan Officer Jim Walker will present an overview of the program and real-world examples of Florida NMTC-financed projects.

Click here to learn more about the SFCDC Webinar on NMTC.


NICRC: National Interagency Community Reinvestment Conference, March 18-21. The focus of this year's conference in Miami is Aligning to Build Resilient and Inclusive Communities. Florida Community Loan Fund will be attending and have a booth in the exhibit area; stop by and chat with FCLF staff about how we help build resilient communities. This event is sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, and Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.

Click here to learn more about the NICRC Conference.

FCLF at FRHA 2018

Florida Rural Health Association Educational Summit, March 27-28. The theme of this year's summit is Rural Florida: Healthcare, Politics, and Funding in Uncertain Times. Did you know that Florida Community Loan Fund provides financing for community healthcare, including in Florida's rural areas? Come visit with FCLF staff at the Florida Rural Health Assn. Summit in Orlando and learn more about our healthcare financing.

Click here to learn more about the FRHA Educational Summit.

Contact Us anytime to learn more about how Florida Community Loan Fund can help your project succeed. Our offices in Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, Sarasota, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami allow us to get to know you, in your community.

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Click on the images below to learn more about FCLF's recent work with nonprofit organizations in Florida and the impact we have helped create.

FCLF and Evans Center

FCLF and Reach 4 Housing

FCLF and SW FL Collaboratory

FCLF Our Impact

FCLF provides financing and technical expertise to improve Florida low income communities in areas such as safe, affordable housing – homeless & special needs facilities – education & healthcare facilities – commercial & retail space to encourage new local businesses – access to fresh, healthy foods. For 20+ years, we've been putting our capital and expertise to work in Florida communities. Learn more about our financing and meet the FCLF team. We look forward to continuing to work side by side with organizations to maximize opportunities for people and places outside the economic mainstream. For more information, please visit www.fclf.org. 

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