We know that infrastructure investments are critical to create healthy, resilient, equitable communities.
The foundation of CCI’s work is the capital absorption framework, which describes three core functions that we think must be performed for a community to unlock the investments it needs to thrive.
At CCI, we believe that a community’s context—the ecosystem of actors, policies, resource flows, relationships, skills, behaviors, etc.—shapes how community investment functions in that community.
Transforming communities into places of opportunity for everyone requires changing the policies and practices that affect how money flows into disinvested communities.
Miami is among the fastest growing cities in the nation. In just seven years, the population of the Miami Metropolitan Area has increased more than 10%.
The population of the Richmond, VA region reached 1.29 mill
Detroit’s impressive economic revitalization and recovery in recent years owes a great deal to land practices and policies.
Today, Kaiser Permanente announced a $200M impact investing commitme
At the second meeting of CCI’s Accelerating Investments for Healthy Communities (AIHC) initiative in Baltimore, Bon Secours Health System led participating hospitals and h