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Investment Connection

Tue., June 23, 2020

Investment Connection LIVE Virginia - Part 2

During this live Investment Connection virtual pitch session, 10 proposals from service providers in the Northern, Central, Southside, and Hampton Roads regions of Virginia will be presented to multiple potential funders. Funders can create an account and view these proposals and others in the Investment Connection Funders' Portal. This year, in light of the global pandemic, projects focused on COVID-19 response such as housing, food security, digital access and workforce development are highlighted.

Through the Richmond Fed's Investment Connection program, organizations with community and economic development projects that are potentially eligible for funding under the Community Reinvestment Act and support low and moderate income populations and small businesses have a unique opportunity to pitch their proposals to bankers, CDFIs, foundations and other funding entities with similar missions.

Interested lenders can view the details of each proposal on the online portal or by clicking the links in the agenda below.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond does not endorse or make any representations as to the propriety or suitability of the following organizations, investments or programs listed. Organizations should perform their own due diligence before engaging in any transactions with these entities to insure that any such transactions meet the organization’s objectives.

Who Should Attend

Funding entities seeking to provide grant, equity investment, financing, and/or service support to projects deemed potentially eligible for Community Reinvestment Act. These include bankers, foundations, government entities, and non-profit organizations.



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Nichole Armstead

City of Richmond, Treasurer's Office of Financial Empowerment
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Kimberly Baldridge

Danville Pittsylvania County Habitat for Humanity
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Jovan Burton

Partnership for Housing Affordability
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Kristen Lucas

Piedmont Housing Alliance
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Caprichia Smith Moses

City of Richmond, Office of Community Wealth Building
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Caroline Nowery

Virginia Community Capital
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Bryan Phipps

People Incorporated of Virginia
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Abby Rogers

YMCA of Greater Richmond
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Erica Sims

Maggie Walker Community Land Trust
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Bonnie Sutton

ACCESS College Foundation

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On June 23, 2020 the organizations featured in this webinar presented proposals for potential funding during a live pitch session. Presenting organizations are: ACCESS College Foundation, Danville-Pittsylvania County Habitat for Humanity, Partnership for Housing Affordability, People Incorporated of Virginia, Piedmont Housing Alliance, City of Richmond Treasurer's Office Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund, Maggie Walker Community Land Trust, Virginia Community Capital Inc., City of Richmond Office of Community Wealth Building and the YMCA of Greater Richmond.

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