Multimedia - Community Development Resources
This Connecting Communities® webinar, featured on January 11, 2018, highlights how financial institutions could receive Community Reinvestment Act consideration for taking advantage of new opportunities to help close the digital divide across communities and improve economic stability. Presenters include Jordana Barton, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas; Jeanne Bonds, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond; Chelsea Cruz and Adrian Franco, Federal Reserve Bank of New York; and Yolanda Davila, BBVA Compass.
The NY Fed's Community Reinvestment Act Portal is a one-stop-shop for financial institutions, community organizations, and other stakeholders seeking information and resources related to the CRA. The website also includes the interactive tool “Find Your Bank”. This tool is a sortable table which includes 10 years-worth of information on NY Fed supervised financial institutions and their CRA performance.
This video, "CRA Community Development Defined," is part of the Federal Reserve System Video Series on The Community Reinvestment Act.
This video, "Leading Practices for Effective CRA Programs," is part of the Federal Reserve System Video Series on The Community Reinvestment Act.
This video, "The Small Bank and Intermediate Small Bank CRA Examination," is part of the the Federal Reserve System Video Series on The Community Reinvestment Act.
At the South Carolina Association for Community Economic Development (SCACED) Capacity Building Workshop in Walterboro, South Carolina, community partners came together to look at how small, rural municipalities can develop their communities and improve their economies.
This article highlights the 8th consecutive gathering of the Appalachian Funders Network (AFN). Foundations and grant makers met in Central Appalachia to participate in a working meeting about aligning their investment resources.
This new podcast asks community members and organizations across the U.S. about the challenges they are facing and solutions they’ve found for significant social issues like economic mobility, affordable housing, small business development and community reinvestment. Each episode showcases successful programs that help provide access to opportunity for low- and moderate-income individuals and families. The latest episode, "Access to Healthy Neighborhoods," explores the intersection of community development and health, and features an organization that engages neighbors to build vibrant communities. All episodes are available at accesspodcast.org or on iTunes, Stitcher and TuneIn.
The following video presents information on the Small Bank and Intermediate Small Bank CRA Examination. The Community Reinvestment Act encourages depository institutions to help meet the credit needs of the communities in which they operate, including low- and moderate-income neighborhoods, consistent with safe and sound operations.
Across Illinois, one of the most critical scarcities in healthcare is mental health professionals and facilities. In this Chicago Fed blog posting, read profiles on two Chicago mental health clinics serving LMI communities and how investments by financial institutions are assisting these facilities to bring about meaningful change in neighborhoods.