Success stories

Farmsteads of New England has added a farm-based residential option for adults in New Hampshire with developmental disabilities.
Jhey J Chavanne grew up in poverty. She knew education was the way out, and an IDA matched savings account is helping her get there.
A business loan through our Farm Food Initiative is helping a family farm thrive into its fifth generation.
Two of our most-loyal and -versatile donors feel a deep connection to the Community Loan Fund's work.
More local food on the Littleton Food Co-op's shelves is good for consumers, farmers, food producers, and the state.
70-year-old Anita Vassar got a Welcome Home Loan and opened a door to a new life.
ROC-NH's Boot Camp training helps leaders in new ROCs make the transition from renters to owners.
Helped by financing from the Community Loan Fund, Harbor Homes provides enough housing to end veteran homelessness in Nashua.
Mary Louise Hancock fought for underdogs her entire life. She supported the Community Loan Fund because we do the same.
“Investing in the Community Loan Fund is really awesome because it’s tested, predictable, it’s giving us return, and it passes the test of financial analysts.”