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CRA BALTIMORE
INITIATIVE

Seeking $30 Billion in CRA Investments in Baltimore over 5 years.

CRA of 1977 calls for financial institutions to meet the credit needs of the customers where they do business. This includes setting aside funds for greater investment for black and Latinos to help build small businesses, provide affordable housing and other resources to provide sustainability.

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NATIONAL INITATIVE

As partners with the National Minority Community Reinvestment Co-Operative (NMCRC), we are committed to addressing the socio-economic need of minority communities through the creation of substantial economic development opportunities that enhance communities of color.

50 Cities in 2 Years

Currently Working in: Baltimore, MD · Detriot, MI · Kansas City, MO · Milwaukee, WI · Jacksonville, FL · Los Angeles, CA · San Diego, CA

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SMALL BUSINESS

$15 B

HOME
OWNERSHIP

$4.25 B

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT

$10 B

BUILDING CAPACITY

$75 M

Seeking $15 Billion for Small Busines

Measuring Access to Capital for Black & Latino Small Businesses

Seeking $4.25 Billion for Home Ownership

Providing Access to Black & Latino families to own a home

Seeking $10 Billion for Housing Development

Increasing Affordable Rental & For-Sale Housing for Black & Latino Developers

Seeking $75 Million for Building Capacity

Providing Grants & Investments to deliver increased community products/services

4 PILLARS OF FOCUS

Starting Baltimore, we plan to focus the $30 Billion reinvestment strategy into the following 4 pillars for Black and Latino Communities:

BALTIMORE MARKET BANKS

CRA Baltimore is seeking to define relationships with the city's 11 major banks which have over $85 Billion in deposits.

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