Learn how CDFIs can expand resources available to your organization at next Thursday’s audioconference

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Keys to Enlisting CDFIs in Neighborhood Revitalization

Thursday, January 31st @ 2:00pm ET


With Washington under mounting pressure to tackle federal budget deficits sooner rather than later,  funding for critical infrastructure improvements,  community development programs, job creation, blight mitigation and similar initiatives will remain tight, forcing local agencies to explore alternative solutions to finance new projects.

That’s why CD Publications is bringing you this information-packed presentation, specially tailored for anyone responsible for maintaining and improving the viability of urban or rural communities. Attendees to the event will learn how incorporating community development financial institutions into local revitalization strategies can effectively expand resources available to community development organizations.
Former CDFI official will offer invaluable insights on effective CDFI strategies
Presenter Fred Cooper is former Deputy Director for Policy & Programs for the Treasury Department’s CDFI Fund and currently president of Community Development Concepts Advisory Services. He’ll discuss how to effectively partner with community development financial institutions to leverage funds for revitalization, help you identify key activities in which CDFIs are most likely to invest, and show you the best ways to attract CDFI attention and support.
You’ll learn:

  • Ways CDFIs can benefit your organization
  • Why CDFIs need partners….and local agencies need CDFIs.
  • What CDFI partnering opportunities are available
  • How to create an effective long-term lending strategy
  • How to successfully spin-off a CDFI
  • Ways to encourage a CDFI to expand its focus
  • And much more!

For as little as $164 you and your colleagues will get a wealth of actionable information on CDFI financing options packed into one affordable audio event — including ample opportunity to ask our presenter questions during or after the event

As a special bonus, your registration fee also includes a three-month subscription to Community Development Digest (or any of our services). That’s a value of over $100!  Try a new service, give your free months to someone else, or extend your current CDD subscription. If you register before January 30th, we’ll give you an additional month of service FREE!


Can’t join us live?

CD recordings are also available, and you’ll still receive all the benefits of joining us live, including the complimentary subscription to Community Development Digest.

Want to have another office or location be able to listen?

Additional sites or phone lines can be purchased for just $49 each — call us at 1-800-666-6380 for details.

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