• 112-year-old Masonic Theatre in Clifton Forge was recently preserved with the help of VCC. Photo by Commonwealth Architects.

  • Trapezium Brewery in Petersburg, funded in part by VCC in conjunction with Park Sterling Bank and the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development.

  • VCC helped finance a 205 kW solar system at the University of Richmond.

Let’s do more, together.

We partner with organizations and individuals to provide financial resources and advisory services for projects designed to have a positive impact in their community. We are a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) with a mission to create jobs, energize places, and promote an enhanced quality of life for Virginians.  Let’s do more, together.

By the Numbers

How Virginia Community Capital impacts the Commonwealth.

$218MM

Assets Under Management

595

Total projects financed

5,974

Jobs created & retained

5,881

Affordable Housing units

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Lending starts here.

Find lending that takes your project to the next level. We back real estate developments and small businesses that foster job creation and help build vibrant communities.

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Community matters to us.

It is our mission to promote a better quality of life for Virginians. We have several community impact programs focused in areas of need to spur economic growth and revitalization.

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Our Story

VCC: A story of impact and partnerships

VCC was established in 2006 by a group of bipartisan Virginia legislators. Seeded with a $15 million state-backed seed loan, our mission was to create a business model to attract resources of national, state, and local social investors to make a difference in underserved markets around Virginia. Since our founding – growing and partnering with others along the way – we have turned this original investment into more than $900 million in statewide impact. Learn more about the VCC story.

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