• Black Lives Matter: It’s time to respond with urgencyBy: Community Vision | June 3, 2020
    Category: Community Vision Updates
    Dear Community, We stand in solidarity with our communities and nation as we grieve the senseless murders of Black people by law enforcement and racist community members. Our hearts are with the loved ones of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Sean Reed, Tony McDade, Adrian Medearis, Oscar Grant, and the many others whose lives… Read More
  • community vision covid-19 COVID-19 Lease Negotiation TipsBy: Ernesto Vilchis, Real Estate Consultant | May 27, 2020
    Category: Community Vision Updates Consulting
    We launched a new feature last month called Ask a Community Vision Consultant and we are so pleased to have heard from so many of you. Read More
  • Community Vision Welcomes New StaffBy: Courtney Gonzales, Content Developer | May 20, 2020
    Category: Community Vision Updates
    We are thrilled to welcome three new staff members to the Community Vision family. These individuals bring exceptional talent, diverse experiences, and a commitment to their communities. Welcome Mark, Jorge, and Maria! Read More
  • COVID-19 Rapid Response for Bay Area & Central Valley NonprofitsBy: Saul Ettlin, Director of Consulting | April 21, 2020
    Category: Community Vision Updates Consulting
    We launched a new feature last month called Ask a Community Vision Consultant and we are so pleased to have heard from so many of you. Read More
  • Ask a Community Vision Consultant: Spring 2020 EditionBy: Risa (Blumlein) Keeper, Consulting Manager | April 21, 2020
    Category: Community Vision Updates Consulting
    We launched a new feature last month called Ask a Community Vision Consultant and we are so pleased to have heard from so many of you. Read More
  • COVID-19 ResourcesBy: Community Vision | March 30, 2020
    Category: Community Vision Updates
    As a local, collaborative partner, all of us at Community Vision are committed to ensuring that our staff, clients, investors, and partners remain healthy, safe, and that our business continues to run smoothly. Our staff remain dedicated to helping support your work while we all navigate the impacts of COVID-19. As things continue to change,… Read More
  • Community Vision Staff Working Remotely in Response to CoronavirusBy: Luba Yusim, Senior Communications Officer | March 9, 2020
    Category: Community Vision Updates
    Over the past few weeks, there has been a lot of news shared about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its spread across communities all over the world. We continue to closely monitor developments related to its potential impacts on our communities. As a local, collaborative partner, all of us at Community Vision are committed to ensuring… Read More
  • Community Vision Welcomes New Staff & BoardBy: Courtney Gonzales, Content Developer | March 5, 2020
    Category: Community Vision Updates
    We are excited to welcome six new staff and Board Members to the Community Vision family. These individuals join the organization with exceptional professional backgrounds, a diverse range of experiences, and a commitment to serving their communities. Read More
  • Ruby Harris & Nate Schaffran Promoted to Co-Directors of Lending; Esperanza Pallana Promoted to Director of Strategic InitiativesBy: Community Vision | February 26, 2020
    Category: Community Vision Updates
    Community Vision is pleased to announce that Ruby Harris and Nate Schaffran have been promoted to Co-Directors of Lending and Esperanza Pallana has been promoted to Director of Strategic Initiatives. Read More
  • Community Vision Receives $2.2 million Award from CDFI FundBy: Luba Yusim, Senior Communications Officer | November 21, 2019
    Category: Community Vision Updates
    Community Vision is excited to announce that we were awarded a total of $2.2 million from the Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund.The CDFI Fund, a program of the U.S. Treasury, announced awardees of its 2019 CDFI Fund Financial Assistance (FA) and Healthy Food Financing Initiative (HFFI) awards. Community Vision received a $714,000 FA award… Read More