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Sometimes other people do as good a job of getting to the heart of what the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund does as we can.

That was the case with a recent blog post by Arnie Alpert, the American Friends Service Committee's New Hampshire Program Coordinator and a former board member here.

Concord's Wall Street is Already Occupied clearly explains how our local, community-based work connects to crucial national issues like economic opportunity and the economy. Please take a look, and forward it to others interested in these issues.

By the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund's Community Housing office.

Opportunity. For all.

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