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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
The mission of the Community Affairs Office at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis is to support the economic growth objectives of the Federal Reserve Act by promoting community and economic development and fair and equal access to credit.

Enterprise Community Partners
Enterprise Community Partners helps build affordable housing for low-income Americans by providing financing and expertise to community and housing developers. Enterprise Community Partners is a national nonprofit that provides loans, grants and information resources. Its for-profit subsidiary, Enterprise Community Investment, offers tax credit financing and asset management services.

Freddie Mac
Freddie Mac is dedicated to providing liquidity, stability and affordability to the housing market, helping families to own a home of their own or obtain affordable rental housing.

Opportunity Finance Network
A network of private financial intermediaries, Opportunity Finance Network members identify and invest in opportunities that benefit low-income people in the United States. Its mission is to lead the opportunity finance system to scale through capital formation, policy and capacity development.

Social Compact
Social Compact is a coalition of business leaders from across the country who promote successful business investment in lower-income communities for the benefit of current residents. Social Compact is working to address key impediments to private investment in inner-city communities: namely, negative stereotypes and an absence of effective inner-city market analysis models.