Reinvestment Fund The Reinvestment Fund (TRF), a national leader in the financing of neighborhood revitalization, has invested $1.4 billion communities since 1985. A CDFI, TRF finances housing, community facilities, supermarkets, commercial real estate and energy efficiency projects. It also provides public policy expertise by helping clients create actionable solutions and by sharing data and analysis via www.PolicyMap.com.
TRF is a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) that manages $801 million in capital and has made over $1.4 billion in community investments, financing 2,900 projects since its inception in 1985. In pursuit of our mission, TRF finances community businesses using loan, equity and other financing tools. We support our financing with a strong research and policy analysis capacity that has become a highly regarded source of unbiased information for public officials and private investors.
TRF’s analytical strength is also reflected in our national online data and mapping tool that is available for all internet users at www.policymap.com. The tool offers thousands of data indicators to help users understand a place, compare places or track investments in a place.
TRF’s $801 million in capital comes from over 850 investors, including individuals, religious and civic groups, financial institutions, the public sector and private foundations.
FUNDING TYPES AND CRITERIA
$1,000 - $4,500,000
INTERESTED IN THESE SECTORS
Arts, Culture, Handicrafts; Clean and Green Technology; Disabilities; Education; Energy; Food and Nutrition; Health; Housing, Shelter, Homelessness; Training, Technical Assistance Services
social vs. financial return preference
- 3: Balanced
Types of entities
- For Profit
- Grants / Donations