Some of New Hampshire's food cooperatives are using their endowments to help create cooperatively owned manufactured-home communities.
New Hampshire's food cooperatives invest some of their savings in ways that promote affordable housing cooperatives, like resident-owned communities (ROCs).
Donors here can choose whether to direct their gifts to borrower education and training, or to our permanent fund.
NH Community Loan Fund President Juliana Eades looks back on a year filled with highlights.
The upcoming Invest in New Hampshire forums will focus on some excellent opportunities and options to invest locally.
Early data show the "excellent financial discipline" of ROCs.
Amid our complaints about the snow and cold, we're thankful to have homes.
Curt Hiebert grew affordable housing in Keene, balancing federal requirements with dignified services.
Andrea Johnstone's advice helped make us more observant, more kind, and more gracious in the ways we interact with borrowers.
Former board member Chuck Leahy understood that trying new things is an essential part of building effective practices, and helped us balance structure, flexibility and immediacy.