The COVID-19 pandemic exposes serious structural weaknesses in our economy. This crisis also reveals how the lives of people relegated to the margins of the economy, often black, brown, and
The COVID-19 pandemic exposes serious structural weaknesses in our economy. This crisis also reveals how the lives of people relegated to the margins of the economy, often black, brown, and native communities, are the first to be impacted. They often bear the brunt of structural gaps and inequities, such as access to health care, healthy food, and affordable housing; to name a few.
Join Community Vision staff to learn more about our response to COVID-19 and the innovative programs we’ve implemented to finance direct response efforts, support organizations on the frontlines, and provide the capital necessary to assist in our community’s rebuilding efforts.
Over the last month and a half, we have developed and implemented a number of changes to our operations and services to help ensure the safety and well-being of our staff and clients, while continuing to carry out our mission. In addition to providing an overview of Community Vision’s COVID-19 response, we will cover current financials, loan portfolio, and strategy for the future. This will be a moderated discussion with time for Q&A.
Since 1987 Community Vision has partnered with social impact investors to address these structural weaknesses by putting their money to work as a tool for nonprofits, small businesses, and cooperatives to serve their communities. Our work would not be possible without the financial commitment of our community of investors.
Please register and invite a friend, colleague, or family member to learn more about the way impact investors fund healthy, vibrant, and resilient communities.
(Wednesday) 10:00 am - 11:30 pm
Eddy Lopez Jrelopez@communityvisionca.org