Kalamazoo Gospel Mission

Kalamazoo Gospel Ministries is the largest provider of homeless housing and services in the southwest Michigan area. Founded in 1933 as a Depression-Era soup kitchen, it now provides residency-based recovery programs, services for the mentally ill, supportive services, and aftercare in a multi-campus, comprehensive ministry. A Shelter From Their Storm demolishes, replaces, and expands a […]

Akron Food Bank

Construction of a 40,000 SF “food campus” consisting of a small-scale food market or free food distribution point, plus a community kitchen, meeting rooms for local non-profits and an area to host farmers markets. The Akron-Canton Regional Food Bank has successfully operated another facility in the area which has been at capacity for two (2) […]

Charles Drew University

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (CDU) is a Historically Black Graduate Institution focused on cultivating diverse health professional leaders who are dedicated to social justice and health equity for underserved populations. This project will finance the construction of CDU’s Health and Wellness Center, a 10,000 square foot facility in South Los Angeles, […]

San Antonio Food Bank Phase 2

Profile via Crescent Growth Capital Founded in 1980, the San Antonio Food Bank (“SAFB”) is a non-profit organization that serves as a clearinghouse, receiving and storing donated food, fresh produce, and other groceries. SAFB distributes these items in manageable quantities to over 500 independent partner agencies that help people in need. However, SAFB’s activities are not limited […]

Stout Street Recuperative Care Center

Construction of a new 35,700 SF medical respite/recuperative care center that will use cutting-edge approaches to serve the chronically homeless. It will have 50-beds for homeless patients with acute medical needs exiting hospitals, along with 25 “step-down” beds for care that is less medically intensive, allowing patients to recuperate while being connected with housing and […]

Rehab of the National Biscuit Company Building

Finances the renovation of the historic National Biscuit Company Building. The 300-seat theater is developed in partnership with the City of Albany. It’s projected to serve more than 17,000 people from severely distressed communities annually through mentorship for playwrights, touring productions supporting local students, professional theater training, internships, job training in culinary arts & hospitality […]

Hobson Place Clinic

Construction of a new 31,736 SF fully integrated primary and behavioral health center in partnership with Harborview Medical Center, a public safety net hospital. The Project will provide integrated primary and behavioral healthcare, a pharmacy, and case management, employment, and other supportive services to very low income individuals and those experiencing homelessness with complex physical, […]

Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank

With over 400 partner agencies and seven Partner Distribution Organizations, this Food Bank serves in sourcing, warehousing, and distribution while actively confronting issues of chronic hunger, poor nutrition and health for the 11-county area they serve. When the Food Bank’s renovation and expansion plans were cut short due to Covid, and funds raised for the […]

Food Bank of Northeast Georgia

A Food Bank expanded its reach into the Georgia mountain region by opening a distribution warehouse and food processing center in Rabun County.

The Greater Boston Food Bank

As New England’s largest hunger relief organization, The Food Bank helps people in the area to be productive members of their communities by ensuring that they are well fed. BlueHub Capital, formerly Boston Community Capital, provided the flexible financing that they needed that would enhance the vision of The Food Bank. In 2010, BlueHub Capital […]

Oakhurst Medical Center

Oakhurst Medical Centers, Inc. is a FQHC designated provider of affordable, accessible, high-quality primary care services to residents of the low-income community, with a special focus on those that are medically indigent or uninsured/underinsured.

La Casa Norte 2

New construction of a mixed-use supportive housing and community wellness center.

Community Food Bank

In 2017, Harvesters completed its construction project at the Kansas City facility, adding 13,000 square feet to the organization’s cooler, creating a new climate-controlled area for packing BackSnacks and boxing bread donations and included a Bulk Repackaging Zone, where bulk dry goods like rice, pasta, cereal and flour can be re-packed into family-size portions. In […]

Americana YMCA

The Americana YMCA project was the construction of a 26,000 square foot community facility, with expansion capability of another 18,000 square feet, by the YMCA in Zachary, Louisiana. As a targeted population transaction, the project has created jobs, with at least 40% filled by residents of low-income households. The facility includes fitness space, a nursery, […]

Yolo Food Bank

Established in 1970, the Yolo Food Bank was founded as a volunteer-run backyard gleaning program and has grown to an organizational network of staff, volunteers, and partner agencies. YFB coordinates food storage and distribution of food from a network of growers, manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers and grocery stores. The organization collaborates with nonprofits, private and public […]

Conway Center

So Others Might Eat (SOME) is an interfaith, community-based organization that has been instrumental in helping the poor and homeless in our nation’s capital. SOME’s response to the District of Columbia’s increasing economic gap and affordable housing crisis is the development of the Conway Center, a 10 story mixed-use project that includes the Center for […]

Central Union Mission

Central Union Mission’s programs include a residential rehabilitation program; an overnight shelter for homeless men; food, clothing and furniture distribution; and programs specifically for seniors and the Latino community. Over 2,200 people volunteer their services and support to the Mission each year. All of the program participants are encouraged to give back in some way […]