From the Richmond Time-Dispatch
Featured in Mergermarket by Xinyi Jiang in Charlottesville, Virginia VCC Bank, a for-profit commercial bank owned by nonprofit Virginia Community Capital (VCC), plans to expand into more Southeast states and within Virginia, bolstered by an ongoing USD 10m capital raise, said CEO Jane Henderson. The bank, which opened in 2008, focuses on making loans in Virginia to support affordable housing projects, small businesses, healthcare, clean energy initiatives, and other projects that improve access to healthy …
Commonwealth to partner with Virginia Community Capital to create online marketplace matching investors with communities.
HomeTrust Bank announced a $2.5 million investment with Virginia Community Capital (VCC), a community development financial institution serving communities throughout the Commonwealth and the U.S. HomeTrust Bank’s commitment includes directing its funds into three LIONs (Local Impact Opportunity Notes) with VCC to benefit the areas of Roanoke, Martinsville, and Danville. The investment from HomeTrust—a community-focused financial institution with 10 branches in Southwest Virginia —will support VCC’s mission of fostering vibrant communities in Virginia. There …
VCC partners with Vermont-based Commons Energy to provide energy savings to public-purpose buildings in Virginia
The Richmond Times-Dispatch
VCC President and CEO Jane Henderson is awarded a YWCA of Richmond Outstanding Women Award in the division of business. The Outstanding Women Awards embodies YWCA’s commitment to engage, develop and honor women leaders whose work helps make our community stronger,” said Linda S. Tissiere, YWCA Richmond’s chief executive officer. “Each of these women are being recognized for their significant achievement in leadership and their important impact on our region’s health and vitality.” Read the …
Carilion buys the former Wells Fargo building in Roanoke from VCC, providing us capital to put back into the Roanoke community. Now that it is safe and in the right long-term hands, it will be wonderful to see what unfolds in the coming years.” Read more about the building and Carilion’s plan for its future here.
We have sold the historic former First National Exchange Bank building at 201 S. Jefferson St. in downtown Roanoke to Carilion Clinic, the region’s leading health care provider. VCC is reinvesting the proceeds into the community.
The Roanoke Times