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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.

Judy Geer
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The VCLF Social Investment Term Account

1-2 Years3-4 Years5-6 Years7-9 Years10+ Years
0.85% 1.25% 2.25% 2.5% 3.0%

Our Social Investment Term Account functions like a bank Certificate of Deposit (CD), with fixed interest and a set maturity date.  You have the option to renew and change rates or terms upon maturity.  Interest payments can be made quarterly, semi-annually, annually or at maturity; interest can also be "reinvested" (added to your principal) on a regular basis.

The VCLF Social Investment Cash Account

Open-Ended Maturity, Withdrawals Upon Demand
0.5%

Our Social Investment Cash Account works like a bank money market account, giving you greater flexibility in withdrawing or adding to your investment.  Cash Accounts have an open-ended maturity date.  The investor may withdraw funds once a month; there is no limit to deposits.

The VCLF Social Investment Graduating Account

Fixed Rate, With Monthly Deposits
0.5%

Our Social Investment Graduating Account allows VCLF investors to “start small,” with a lower opening minimum and monthly deposits that grow your principal (and impact!) over time.

Rates are subject to change. 

If you'd like to talk about how the Vermont Community Loan Fund can help you meet your investment needs, please call Susan Hood at 802-223-9133.

CLICK HERE to download everything you'll need to start the process of investing with the Vermont Community Loan Fund.

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