In 2018, NCB committed $240.4 million to serving low-and moderate-income communities and new co-op development


National Cooperative Bank (NCB), a leading financial services company dedicated to providing banking products and services to cooperatives, their members and socially responsible organizations nationwide, committed $240.4 million to initiatives serving low-and moderate-income communities and new cooperative development during 2018. The capital was provided through direct lending and investments in the following impact sectors:


$126.2 million for housing cooperatives, unit loans and affordable housing initiatives nationwide.

Credit Unions

$58.7 million to low-income or community development credit unions.


$13.5 million to support businesses owned by Native Organizations.


$12.2 million to expand access to healthy food in low-and moderate- income communities.

Small Business

$10.7 million to support small businesses including our participation in the SBA loan program.


$8.9 million to support healthcare and aging services.

Community Development

$8.5 million to finance commercial real estate in low-income areas and organizations focused on economic development.

Investments & Grants

$1.7 million to support entities serving low-to moderate-income communities.

“The impact we make in communities is what sets National Cooperative Bank apart from other financial institutions,” said NCB president and CEO Charles E. Snyder. “In 2018, with our mission lending volume, we helped create 277 new jobs, provided capital to 46 affordable housing communities totaling 4,007 units and provided $22.2 million for new co-op development.”

Read more in NCB’s full Mission Report.

National Cooperative Bank is dedicated to strengthening communities nationwide through the delivery of banking and financial services, complemented by a special focus on cooperative expansion and economic development. NCB provides financial products and services for the nation’s cooperatives, their members and socially responsible organizations. Headquartered in Washington, DC, NCB has offices in Alaska, New York, Ohio and Virginia. NCB is a member of the Global Alliance for Banking on Values. To learn more, visit, National Cooperative Bank on Facebook, Instagram or on Twitter @natlcoopbank.

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