Investment Organizations

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Category Description:  entities that offer investment vehicles.

 

Investment Focused Organizations

Calvert Foundation

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www.calvertfoundation.org

Overview directly from Calvert Foundation Website:

 

Calvert Foundation enables people to invest for social good. Through the Community Investment Note, we connect individual investors with organizations working around the globe, developing affordable housing, creating jobs, protecting the environment, and working in numerous other ways for the social good. Learn more about the issue areas our investors are addressing.

Calvert Foundation is a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), a type of financial institution providing community development financing and services to underserved communities in the US.

Calvert Foundation  7315 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 1000W, Bethesda, Maryland 20814

Phone: (800) 248-0337
Fax: (301) 280-6060
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Micro Credit Enterprises

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www.mcenterprises.org

Overview directly from MCE Social Capital Website:

 

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ABOUT US

Powered by its innovative Guarantor model, and with a special commitment to empowering women, MCE Social Capital (MCE) makes loans to organizations helping people living in poverty improve their lives.

 

MicroCredit Enterprises 5758 Geary Blvd., #261, San Francisco, CA 94121

Phone: (415) 230-4330 ext. 103

 

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Root Capital

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www.rootcapital.org

Overview directly from Root Capital Website:

 

Our Vision

We envision a thriving financial market serving agricultural businesses that generate long-term social, economic and environmental sustainability for small-scale farmers and their communities around the world.

Our Approach
Root Capital is a nonprofit social investment fund that grows rural prosperity in poor, environmentally vulnerable places in Africa and Latin America. Root Capital seeks to maximize the positive social and environmental impact of our work through a three-pronged strategy: finance, advise, and catalyze.

Root Capital  955 Massachusetts Ave, 5th floor. Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139

Phone: 617-661-5792

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Shared Interest

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www.sharedinterest.org

Overview directly from Shared Interest Website:

 

Shared Interest works as a catalyst for social and economic change in South Africa. Since our inception in 1994, we have used loan guarantees to bridge the gap between South African banks and marginalized people, previously considered “unbankable” during apartheid.As a 501(c)3 non-profit social investment fund, we raise capital in the U.S. from individuals, foundations and financial institutions to support micro-lending, agricultural cooperatives and small businesses in South Africa. Along with our South African partner, Thembani International Guarantee Fund, we have helped make the promise of economic human rights a reality for over two million South Africans.

SHARED INTEREST mobilizes the resources for Southern Africa's economically disadvantaged communities to sustain themselves and build equitable nations. Shared Interest envisions just and vibrant Southern African nations that eliminate disparities, uphold their peoples’ basic human rights, and serve as models of economic justice.

Shared Interest 121 West 27th Street, Suite 805
, New York, New York 10001

Phone: (212) 337-8547
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