Supporting the economic stability of Black,
Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) small business owners, microentrepreneurs, and families in the
short term, while building the capacity of Black- and Brown-led nonprofit organizations in the long term.

Let's build resilience together.

The Resilience Fund is a two-year, $4 million initiative to reimagine systems of capital centered on communities of color. Guided by an advisory committee of community leaders, the Resilience Fund will provide capacity building, technical assistance, and grant funding to support a cohort of BIPOC-led nonprofit organizations in achieving certification as Certified Financial Development Institutions. This new generation of CDFIs will invest directly in communities hit hardest by the pandemic to build new pathways to economic resilience.

We view the development of a new generation of BIPOC-led CDFIs as a critical and indispensable piece of achieving economic stability and prosperity for communities of color.

Are you ready to start on your path to becoming a CDFI?

Press

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 7, 2022 — Eleven nonprofit organizations from California with ambitions of changing the way capital reaches communities of color have been selected as part of the inaugural Resilience Fund cohort, a two-year grant funding and capacity-building initiative developed by the California Reinvestment Coalition and the San Francisco Foundation. [Read more]

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Contact John Hoffman, Director of development, at jhoffman@calreinvest.org for more information.

Resilience Fund partners