The non-profit Solar and Energy Loan Fund (SELF) is pleased to announce the first private investment from a Florida-based firm, Community Capital Management, Inc., (CCM).
SELF is a community-based lending organization focused on financing home renovations that promote energy efficiency, clean energy alternatives, storm protection, water conservation, and disability products. SELF provides homeowners with building science expertise, project management, and access to low cost capital to finance sustainable home improvement projects. To date, SELF has helped more than 640 families finance $5.2 million of home improvements in 63 jurisdictions in Florida, with more than 2/3 of the lending activity in low- and moderate-income census tracts, 50% for seniors, 40% for women, and 20% for veterans.
CCM is a privately-held investment advisor founded in 1998 and headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. The firm currently manages $2.4 billion for foundations, religious organizations, pension funds, high net worth investors, registered and unregistered funds, financial advisers and their clients, non-profits and healthcare organizations.
CCM’s President and COO, Alyssa Greenspan, said, “We are committed to serving and bettering the environment and communities in which we live and work and support SELF’s mission to Rebuild and Empower Underserved Communities.” She added, “This investment aligns with our values and we are excited about the positive impact the Fund will have for Floridians looking to improve their homes with energy efficiency.”
SELF’s CFO, Duanne Andrade, said, “CCM is our 26th investor to date, and our first private investment from Florida.” She added, “We appreciate their strong commitment to clean energy and helping working-class families complete green home renovations.”
For more information on CCM, please call (877) 272-1977 or visit http://www.ccminvests.com/about-us/.