Pioneers in impact investing and fossil fuel
free bond portfolios

Impact Investing Since 1999

Community Capital Management (CCM)

CCM manages over $2.5 billion in impact investments including Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) qualified investments. Our mission is to deliver superior risk-adjusted returns through investment strategies that contribute to positive environmental and social outcomes.

Our investment philosophy identifies opportunities with a focus on capital preservation, current income, diversification, volatility control, total return, and risk minimization. We incorporate the environmental and social aspects of ESG investing into our investment philosophy by proactively seeking market-rate, fossil fuel free bonds that positively contribute to economic and sustainable impact. This approach provides an added layer of investment transparency by detailing the use of bond proceeds and providing a full understanding of the programs being financed.

Investment Transparency and Impact Reporting

CCM Insights

How to customize impact investment portfolios: 2-minute video from CCM

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Newberry Hall: Revitalization Through Place-Based Investing

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2017 Annual Impact Report


The Underlying Benefits of Affordable Housing Through Fixed Income Impact Investments


Positively Impacting Communities Nationwide

CCM Spotlight

Residents first moved into the Coffelt-Lamoreaux Homes in 1954 marking the completion of the first public housing project in Maricopa County, Arizona.  The property’s 301 units were originally built for returning Korean war veterans and migrant/seasonal farmworkers during the Harry S. Truman administration.  It is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

In 2015, the homes began a comprehensive renovation with plans of completion in 2017.  The renovation includes: a 1.4 acre park, community center with an onsite health clinic, computer learning center, children and adult educational activities, and workforce linkages.  Located just miles from downtown Phoenix, the homes are located in a low-income census tract where 95% of the population are minorities and 63% live below the poverty line.  The Coffelt-Lamoreaux Homes today serves low-income individuals, over half of which are children in households where 71% are home to single-parents.

Community Capital Management, Inc. is an investment adviser registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940. Any of the securities identified and described herein are current holdings and for illustrative purposes.  Their selection was based upon non-performance criteria, such as the security’s social and/or environmental attributes.  Impact figures mentioned on this website are approximate values.  Past performance does not guarantee future results.  Market conditions can vary widely over time and can result in a loss of portfolio value.