Change Capital Fund (CCF), a collaborative of 16 funders, invests in community organizations to increase economic mobility in persistently low-income neighborhoods. Through flexible, data-driven funding and capacity building, CCF’s four grantees have increased program and data coordination, and are serving more individuals and families with better outcomes.


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February 7, 2017

CityViews: Results Show Grassroots Groups Can Make a Dent in Causes of Poverty

Change Capital Fund says it’s work with St. Nick’s Alliance, Fifth Avenue Committee, New Settlement Apartments, and Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation is bearing fruit. Read the full piece here: http://citylimits.org/2017/02/03/cityviews-results-show-grassroots-groups-can-make-a-dent-in-cau … Continued

January 31, 2017

January 2017 Newsletter

New York City’s Nonprofit Resiliency Committee Tackles Sector Challenges Change Capital Fund is honored to be among the 70 plus organizations participating in the New York City Nonprofit Resiliency Committee being convened by Deputy Mayors Buery and Palacio. We applaud the administration for directl … Continued

December 29, 2016

December 2016 Newsletter: Tribute to Gary Hattem

Tribute to Gary Hattem upon his retirement from Deutsche Bank A Note from CCF Donor Representative Wendy Fleischer: The Change Capital Fund (CCF) donor collaborative and the whole community development sector owes a debt of gratitude to Gary Hattem for his inspired leadership and outsized contributi … Continued

November 30, 2016

November 2016 Newsletter: CCF Grantees Access Department of Labor Data to Improve Outcomes

Change Capital Fund’s grantees are among first New York nonprofits to gain access to government jobs data for outcomes tracking purposes Legislation enacted in 2013 amended the New York State labor laws to make it possible for the Department of Labor (DOL) to share unemployment insurance (UI) data f … Continued