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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March 31, 2017

March 2017 Newsletter: It’s a Family Affair

It’s a Family Affair Fifth Avenue Committee (FAC) has been helping adults earn their high school equivalency diploma since 2003, but it wasn’t until they launched Stronger Together and began collaborating with four organizations to deliver services to Red Hook public housing residents that they noti … Continued

February 28, 2017

February 2017 Newsletter: DYCD Launches DYCD Connect

DYCD Launches DYCD Connect, a Major Step Toward Program Integration   On February 1, Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) Commissioner Bill Chong brought together community stakeholders to learn about DYCD’s vision for greater program integration and the technology upgrades that will … Continued

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: … Continued

January 31, 2017

January 2017 Newsletter: New York City’s Nonprofit Resiliency Committee Tackles Sector Challenges

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 direc … Continued