This issue of Shelterforce has been designed to introduce you—policymaker, advocate, or practitioner working to improve distressed communities and empower low-income families—to the field of impact investing and to help you understand how such investment might work, how it might affect your work, and what you should do to take advantage of thesenew sources of capital.

Going beyond our readership, it is also designed to introduce the potential for impact investing domestically in the community development world to a broader audience of potential investors, showing themwhat community development isandhow it would benefitfrom their investments.

Published By: National Housing Institute

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