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Transforming Underserved Communities Into Strong, Vibrant Places of Opportunity

CAPITAL IMPACT PARTNERS TRANSFORMING UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES INT O STRONG, VIBRANT PLACES OF OPPORTUNITY %24 WE ARE: OUR GOAL: WE HAVE: A mission -driven Community Development Financial Transform underserved Invested $2 neighborhoods into strong, vibrant places of opportunity billion over 30 years Institution AT CAPITAL IMPACT PARTNERS, WE TAKE AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO BUILDING UP UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES. We see communities as a system services and infrastructure that must reinforce each other for its residents to prosper. A community's true strength is only realized when its sectors interlock to form a strong fabric of resources, building off of each other and empowering individuals to improve their a unique collection of people, businesses, products, lives and livelihoods. When that happens, low- and moderate-income people have access to high quality services that foster good health, economic growth and interconnectedness. A com working with community CAPITAL IMPACT PARTNERS COOPERATIVES HEALTHY FOODS Our impact: $278,208,613 208 cooperatives 863,164 current low and moderate-income customers of co-ops Our impact: $132,169,938 1,066,196 customers 78 stores Community impact fact: Kids living with access to healthy foods and safe places to play are 56% less likely to be obese. Community impact fact: The average food cooperative buys nearly 20% of its products from local sources, compared to 6% of food purchases for the average conventional grocery store. CO-OP HEALTHY FOODS THIT HEALTHCARE AFFORDABLE HOUSING Our impact: $723,184,925 investment Our impact: $204,893,506 35,465 units 229 communities 492 clinics 94,216 new patients financed this year 90% of patients at projects funded in 2014 are low income Community impact fact: Poor housing quality and residential instability were top predictors of behavioral problems among low-income children. Community impact fact: Improved asthma control for low-income and minority children = better health outcomes, fewer missed days of school - 28.7% (after 21 months follow-up) vs. 13.6% (baseline) *Capital Impact's $723 million investment is more than the next 2 CDFIS combined PHARMACY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER FOR SALE DENTAL EDUCATION DIGNIFIED AGING Our impact: $640,022,281 Our impact: $17,522,764 13,935 elders 220,464 students/seats 222 schools 155 Green House homes 162 communities Community impact fact: Life expectancy is tied to education - people with more than a high school diploma live an average of 7 years longer. Community impact fact: The cost of hospitalization per resident over a year was more than 7% higher in traditional nursing homes compared to Green House homes (a new long-term care living model) *Capital Impact Partner's $640 million in direct financing is more than double other CDFIS SCHOOL At Capital Impact Partners, we believe we can harness the spirit of innovation through our work to help ensure all people, at every stage of life, have the opportunity to reach their fullest potential. %24 FEFFEE

Transforming Underserved Communities Into Strong, Vibrant Places of Opportunity

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We see communities as a system – a unique collection of people, businesses, products, services and infrastructure that must reinforce each other for its residents to prosper. A community’s true st...

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