Our Investors

Meet Our Socially Responsible Investors

Wacif is proud to have investors who share our commitment of providing economic opportunity to underserved communities. Individuals and institutions from around the country have found Wacif to be a trusted partner in their pursuit to make a positive impact. Whether they are young professionals with locally focused mindsets or large community foundations – Wacif’s investors have a common desire to see a social benefit as well as a financial return.

Downtown Cluster of Congregations
The Downtown Cluster is a non-profit, ecumenical association founded in 1972 for the purpose of cooperatively meeting pressing human service needs in the District of Columbia.

We like to put our money into working in the community, since that’s our objective. We see that Wacif’s helping deliver jobs, job training, and valuable services for communities

Terry LynchExecutive Director of Downtown Cluster of Congregations

Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia
The Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia are a congregation of approximately 450 Catholic women who choose a Gospel way of life lived in community who are dedicated to serving others, especially those who are economically poor, marginal, and oppressed.

We have partnered with Wacif since 1993 and believe they have made a positive impact on improving the quality of life for numerous Washington area individuals and communities. Wacif has given witness to promoting systemic change by empowering low-income residents with access to capital, technical assistance, child care, housing and other such needs.

Sister Nora NashDirector of Corporate Social Responsibility, Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia

Reinvestment Fund
Reinvestment Fund is a national leader in the financing of neighborhood revitalization. What began in 1985 as a small community development organization working in Greater Philadelphia, has evolved into a progressive, results-oriented, socially responsible community investment group that today works across the nation. Reinvestment Fund’s mission is to build wealth and opportunity for low-income people and places through the promotion of socially and environmentally responsible development.