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I look at it this way:  The more we can help each other out as neighbors, the better off we'll all be.  The Loan Fund helps others like you would expect a neighbor to help you.

Zeke Goodband
VCLF Investor, Dummerston

Our Mission

The Vermont Community Loan Fund creates opportunities that lead to healthy communities and financial stability for all Vermonters. We provide loans, grants and supporting services for affordable housing, local businesses, child care providers and community organizations.

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Vermont Community Loan Fund News

  • VCLF Awarded $750,000 Grant from U.S. Treasury CDFI Fund

    Grant Will Finance Jobs, Affordable Homes, Early Care & Education and More

    In August, VCLF was awarded a $750,000 grant from the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund), a program of the US Department of the Treasury. The grant will provide permanent loan capital and support for VCLF's loan programs, providing financial services to Vermont's small businesses, affordable housing developers, child care programs and community facilities.

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  • Slow Money Vermont Launches with Support from VCLF

    The Vermont Community Loan Fund was among the many localvore, agricultural and social investment enthusiasts in attendance for the launch of Slow Money Vermont. VCLF has signed on as an organizing member of the newly launched group - the most recent local chapter of the national Slow Money movement.

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  • VCLF Lends $837,000 in 3rd Qtr. 2014

    Loans Help Create Vermont Jobs, Affordable Homes and Quality Child Care

    The Vermont Community Loan Fund (VCLF) loaned $837,212 in the 3rd quarter of 2014 to Vermont's small businesses, community facilities, child care programs and developers of affordable housing. These loans have created or preserved quality jobs, affordable homes, quality child care and other essential services for Vermonters throughout the state.

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  • VCLF Celebrates Community Solar Program, Financing with SunCommon

    On October 23rd, VCLF Executive Director Will Belongia joined SunCommon staff, officials and renewable energy enthusiasts to celebrate the launch of SunCommon’s Community Solar Program with the installation of their first Community Solar Array in Waltham.

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