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The Vermont Community Loan Fund is located in the heart of historic downtown Montpelier. For more information on our loan programs, or to learn how you can make an investment, please contact us.


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I really like what VCLF does. It is vital to Vermonters to have funding resources available. The Loan Fund is an example of an organization that is important and effective both in our region and throughout the state and we are pleased to be long-time supporters.

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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.


Vermont Community Loan Fund News

  • VCLF-Sponsored VECA Welcomes New Executive Director

    There are numerous reasons why the Vermont Early Childhood Alliance’s new Executive Director Matt Levin is a great fit for his job. There’s the fact that he earned his wings as a lobbyist in Washington, D.C., where he regularly strategized over federal issues with legislators and “fellow policy wonks.” Then, upon moving to Montpelier over a decade ago, he took his experience, administrative know-how and persuasive powers to the State House, where he lobbied for environmental causes. 

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  • Equipment Lease Program Targets Local Food Producers

    By Steve Zind
    Vermont Public Radio

    For the past three years the Mad River Food Hub in Waitsfield has been providing facilities for local food producers to process and package value-added products.

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  • VCLF Awards $64,770 in Grants to Child Care Programs

    July 2014

    The Vermont Community Loan Fund has awarded $64,770 in the most recent round of Building Bright Futures Facilities Grants to nine child care programs throughout Vermont.

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  • VCLF Lends Almost $350,000 in 2nd Qtr. 2014

    July 2014

    In the second quarter of 2014, the Vermont Community Loan Fund loaned over $347,000 to Vermont's small businesses and child care programs.