Virginia Community Capital

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    Beyond traditional financing options, VCC offers funding, expertise, and leadership vital to successful community projects, small businesses, and mission investments. In partnership with our for-profit CDFI bank, Community Capital Bank of Virginia, we offer loan capital and bank lending which help promote vibrant local communities throughout Virginia.

    TypePrivate
    Founded2006
    HQChristiansburg, US
    Websitevacommunitycapital.org

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    Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)72(+13%)
    Cybersecurity ratingAMore

    Key People/Management at Virginia Community Capital

    Clyde Cornett

    Clyde Cornett

    Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer
    Wayne Waldrop

    Wayne Waldrop

    President, VCC Lending & Community Impact
    Kimberly Armstrong

    Kimberly Armstrong

    Director
    Will Groves

    Will Groves

    Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer
    Cathy Dolan

    Cathy Dolan

    Director
    Florence G. Kingston

    Florence G. Kingston

    Director
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    Virginia Community Capital Office Locations

    Virginia Community Capital has offices in Christiansburg, Norfolk and Richmond
    Christiansburg, US (HQ)
    110 Peppers Ferry Rd NW
    Norfolk, US
    207 Granby St #201
    Richmond, US
    7814 Carousel Ln #100
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    Virginia Community Capital Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    2006

    Virginia Community Capital Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    A

    97/100

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    Virginia Community Capital Online and Social Media Presence

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    Virginia Community Capital Blogs

    Norton IDA redevelops key commercial complex in city’s downtown

    Opportunity A four-building complex in the heart of Norton’s main business corridor largely remained empty for many years. Because location is everything in real estate, the Norton Industrial Development Authority (IDA) purchased the property in 2005, recognizing its business development potential. …

    Eagles Nest Regeneration Returns to VCC to Fund Housing Expansion

    Opportunity A faith-based substance abuse rehabilitation ministry – and long-time VCC client – has had to turn away patients and visiting families due to lack of space. Based in Virginia’s picturesque New River Valley, Eagles News Regeneration is at capacity with 24 men enrolled in the residential t…

    New Kent EDA Financial Assistance COVID-19 Grant Program

    The New Kent County Economic Development Authority has established a grant program for businesses that are physically located in the County to provide aid to address financial issues resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and state government ordered shutdown of non-essential businesses and modificati…

    NextGrid delivers 15 solar systems for low-income residences

    Opportunity By 2032, Washington, D.C., will require 100 percent of the electricity used in the city to be renewable – one of the most aggressive clean energy targets in the country. This ambitious goal is predicted to cut greenhouse emissions by 50 percent over the next 12 years. One tool available …

    Cameron Foundation Renews $1 million investment with Virginia Community Capital to support Tri-Cities rebuilding

    Partnership spurred $5.5 million in Tri-Cities development since 2017 PETERSBURG, VA (JUNE 22, 2020) – Three years after its successful initial investment, The Cameron Foundation has renewed a $1 million loan and deposit with Virginia Community Capital (VCC), a community development financial instit…

    Solidarity and Partnership

    To our communities and partners, Today, and every day, we stand in support of our Black neighbors and communities who continue to suffer injustices and loss of life due to the color of their skin. With the backdrop of the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on people of color, the pain, suffering, a…
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    Virginia Community Capital Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Virginia Community Capital founded?

      Virginia Community Capital was founded in 2006.

    • Who are Virginia Community Capital key executives?

      Virginia Community Capital's key executives are Clyde Cornett, Wayne Waldrop and Kimberly Armstrong.

    • How many employees does Virginia Community Capital have?

      Virginia Community Capital has 72 employees.

    • Who are Virginia Community Capital competitors?

      Competitors of Virginia Community Capital include Earth Equity Advisors, Boardwalk Capital Management and Clean Yield Asset Management.

    • Where is Virginia Community Capital headquarters?

      Virginia Community Capital headquarters is located at 110 Peppers Ferry Rd NW, Christiansburg.

    • Where are Virginia Community Capital offices?

      Virginia Community Capital has offices in Christiansburg, Norfolk and Richmond.

    • How many offices does Virginia Community Capital have?

      Virginia Community Capital has 3 offices.