Impact

Going Above and Beyond

We seek to go beyond simply tracking what was built with the dollars we’ve invested, to get to the unique role we have played and the community change we have supported. We collect robust information about our lending and the communities we serve which allows us to understand the answers to three key questions:

What are we doing to build healthy communities where low income people live and work?

Who benefits from our products, from our services, and from our policy work?

How well are we achieving our goals and the goals of our partners and stakeholders?

By the numbers

Since 1985, BCC has provided more than $1 billion in financing to projects and businesses that provide affordable housing, good jobs, and new opportunities for underserved people and communities.

  • 13,700

    children

    served in childcare facilities

  • 157,000

    patients

    served in healthcare facilities

  • 21,000

    units

    of affordable housing created or preserved

  • 4,400

    jobs

    created or retained in low-income communities

  • $8.2

    Billion

    in additional investment leveraged

  • 1,000

    Evictions

    foreclosure-related evictions prevented

  • 27,000

    students

    served in schools & youth programs

  • 3.4

    Million

    sq. ft. of real estate & facilities

  • 33

    Million

    Kwh of solar power per year

By the numbers

Since 1985, BlueHub Capital has provided more than $1 billion in financing to projects and businesses that provide affordable housing, good jobs, and new opportunities for underserved people and communities.

  • 13,700

    children

    served in childcare facilities

  • 157,000

    patients

    served in healthcare facilities

  • 21,000

    units

    of affordable housing created or preserved

  • 4,400

    jobs

    created or retained in low-income communities

  • $8.2

    Billion

    in additional investment leveraged

  • 1,000

    Evictions

    foreclosure-related evictions prevented

  • 27,000

    students

    served in schools & youth programs

  • 3.4

    Million

    sq. ft. of real estate & facilities

  • 33

    Million

    Kwh of solar power per year

Coast to Coast Impact - 28 states

Alabama

California

District Of Columbia

Florida

Georgia

Illinois

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Massachusetts

Nebraska

New Hampshire

New Jersey

North Carolina

North Dakota

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

Texas

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

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Coast-to-coast Impact

Since 1985, BlueHub Capital has invested more than $1 billion to support organizations and businesses that benefit underserved communities across the US. Analysis of our activities in these communities allows us to:
  • Capture the unique value of a CDFI’s role in the communities in which we work
  • Spur innovation in the development of new markets, networks, instruments and new ways to connect to resources
  • Expand the capital available in low-income communities, beyond providing a method for the re-allocation of capital
  • Support evaluation, marketing, capitalization and policy formation

Our Impact

BlueHub Capital helped finance this grocery and the Enterprise Block next door
Healthy Food

Vicente's Tropical Market

Brockton, Massachusetts
BlueHub SUN helped Vietnam veteran Randy avoid foreclosure
Foreclosure Relief

BlueHub SUN: Randy B.

Spencer, Massachusetts
BlueHub Capital helped finance redevelopment of this former gold-leafing factory
Commercial Real Estate

Swift Factory Redevelopment

North Hartford, Connecticut
BlueHub SUN helped Lisa avoid foreclosure
Foreclosure Relief

BlueHub SUN: Lisa S.

Jessup, Maryland
Ed and Paula got help from BlueHub SUN
Foreclosure Relief

BlueHub SUN: Ed and Paula G.

Springfield, Massachusetts
Two students from Great Oaks Academy
Schools & Childcare

Great Oaks School

Bridgeport, Connecticut
A student reads at Aspire Academy
Schools & Childcare

Aspire East Academy

Memphis, Tennessee
Shaw in front of Lippitt Mill, a project financed by BlueHub Capital
Affordable Housing

Lippitt Mill

West Warwick, Rhode Island
BlueHub SUN helped this family keep their home
Foreclosure Relief

BlueHub SUN: Wendell and Patricia

Worcester, Massachusetts
Danny LeBlanc (left) and DeWitt Jones with solar panels on the roof of St. Polycarp
Green Initiatives

Solar on St. Polycarp

Somerville, Massachusetts
A patient and child check in at the health center
Healthcare Facilities

Lowell Community Health Center

Lowell, Massachusetts
Two students at Bridge Boston
Schools & Childcare

Bridge Boston Charter School

Boston, Massachusetts
Nancy and Mark kept their home with help from BlueHub SUN
Foreclosure Relief

BlueHub SUN: Nancy and Mark G.

Lindenhurst, Illinois
Team members from Oxbow Urban in front of one of their buildings
Affordable Housing

Oxbow Urban

Boston, Massachusetts
Three people discuss foreclosure relief
Foreclosure Relief

Direct Action for Rights and Equality

Providence, Rhode Island
Jose, Denise, and the whole family
Foreclosure Relief

BlueHub SUN: Denise and Jose R.

Fitchburg, Massachusetts
Construction on the Cable Mills site
Affordable Housing

Cable Mills

Williamstown, Massachusetts
Exterior of the Harris Mill building
Affordable Housing

Harris Mill

Coventry, Rhode Island
 Anthony DiPietro and the HAWC leadership team
Affordable Housing

Healing Abuse, Working for Chnage

Salem, Massaachusetts
Green & Healthy Homes clients
Green Initiatives

Green & Healthy Homes

Baltimore, Maryland
Young students at The Leaguers in Newark
Schools & Childcare

The Leaguers

Newark, New Jersey
Students in a sunlit classroom at Ascend Learning
Schools & Childcare

Ascend Learning

Brooklyn, New York
The roof of the Oscar Romero House in New Bedford
Green Initiatives

Community Action for Better Housing

New Bedford, Massachusetts
A smiling chef at Haley House
Commercial Real Estate

Haley House

Boston, Massachusetts
Workers plan construction at Highland Woods, a project financed by BlueHub Capital
Affordable Housing

Highland Woods

Williamstown, Massachusetts
BlueHub Energy helped finance this solar installation
Green Initiatives

Mill Street Solar

Gardner, Massachusetts
BlueHub Capital helped finance the new Amos House headquarters
Affordable Housing

Amos House

Providence, Rhode Island
BlueHub Capital helped finance redevelopment of this building at 777 Main Street
Affordable Housing

777 Main Street

Hartford, Connecticut
Two smiling students from Heketi Charter School
Schools & Childcare

Heketi Charter School

Bronx, New York
BlueHub Loan Fund financed Valley Brook Village supportive housing for homeless veterans
Affordable Housing

Valley Brook Village

Lyons, New Jersey
Students in a classroom at MATCH
Schools & Childcare

MATCH School

Boston, Massachusetts
Students and a teacher in a classroom at Boston Collegiate
Schools & Childcare

Boston Collegiate School

Boston, Massachusetts
Pipes and valves made by CASTion
Small Business Financing

CASTion

Worcester, Massachusetts
A worker climbs a ladder at the Mount Pleasant Homes
Affordable Housing

Mount Pleasant Homes

Boston, Massachusetts
Solar panels on the roof of Union Crossing in Lawrence, Massachusetts
Green Initiatives

Union Crossing Solar

Lawrence, Massachusetts
Two chefs in a commercial kitchen renovated with financing from BlueHub Loan Fund
Commercial Real Estate

Bornstein & Pearl Food Production Center

Boston, Massachusetts
BlueHub Capital was an early investor in ZipCar
Small Business Financing

Zipcar

Boston, Massachusetts
BlueHub Capital helped finance a sweet potato processing plant in Delhi, Louisiana
New Markets Tax Credit

Sweet Potato Processing Plant

Delhi, Louisiana
New Markets Tax Credits helped ensure this lumber was sustainably harvested
New Markets Tax Credit

Forestland Group

West Virginia
Phil, Lauren, and their children stayed in their home with help from BlueHub SUN
Foreclosure Relief

BlueHub SUN: Phil and Lauren B.

Blackstone, Massachusetts
Migdalia and her family kept their home with help from BlueHub SUN
Foreclosure Relief

BlueHub SUN: Migdalia

Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
BlueHub Capital was an early investor in WegoWise
Green Initiatives

WegoWise

Boston, Massachusetts
Solar Panels on the roof of Old Colony Public Housing
Green Initiatives

Old Colony Solar

South Boston, Massachusetts
A man demonstrates the solar panels on the roof of Adams Court
Green Initiatives

Adams Court Solar

Mattapan, Massachusetts
A doctor checks a child's ears at Mary's Center, whose expansion was financed by BlueHub Capital
Healthcare Facilities

Mary's Center

Washington, D.C.
Water cascades at the LP Athol hydropower station
Commercial Real Estate

L.P. Athol Hydropower

Athol, Massachusetts
Exterior of the Enterprise Building in Brockton
Commercial Real Estate

Enterprise Building

Brockton, Massachusetts
Workers on the roof of the Greater Boston Food Bank
Green Initiatives

Greater Boston Food Bank Solar

Boston, Massachusetts
Seven smiling KIPP students
Schools & Childcare

KIPP Academy

Lynn, Massachusetts
Students and a teacher gather around a laptop
Schools & Childcare

E.L. Haynes School

Washington, D.C.
Andrew DeFranza during construction at the Firehouse Place project
Affordable Housing

Firehouse Place

Hamilton, Massachusetts