Resident cooperatives in Keene, Conway, and Allenstown have purchased their manufactured-home parks, making nearly 900 homes permanently affordable.
Top of the Hill Cooperative in Concord is New Hampshire's 128th resident-owned community.
The Veterans First project in Danville, N.H. provides small, affordable, manufactured homes for military vererans.
The UNH Foundation's treasurer calls its investments in the Community Loan Fund prudent, and a great way to help the people of N.H.
Impax Asset Management President Joe Keefe says he donates to the Community Loan Fund because the impact is vital, and happening every day.
A formerly homeless man is turning his life around in a home partially financed by the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund.
Farm-fresh food has become a key ingredient in Throwback Brewery's success.
A pair of loans from the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund helped Ahmad Assad produce and distribute more of his Syrian sweets.
The Community Loan Fund's 2018 annual report, The Power of You, is available in pdf form online.
Homeowners in Brae Burn Court Mobile Home Park in Gorham, N.H. have purchased their 30-unit manufactured-home park, making it the state's 127th resident-owned community (ROC).