Celebrating 20 years of community reinvestment services.
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Community Reinvestment Committee d.b.a. Community Financial Resource Center (CFRC), I cordially invite you to join us as our guest at the” SoLA Business & Economic Forecast”.
Thursday, October 17, 2013
10:00 am to 2:00 pm
4060 S. Figueroa St.
L.A., CA 90037
(Complimentary admission & parking)
This event will feature the SoLA Economic Forecast, an official unveiling ceremony formally introducing RISE (Reach * Invest * Succeed * Earn) Financial Pathways, our new corporate identity and building signage, the launch of a new campaign…RISE2020 and A Taste of Microenterprise. The media will be present along with invited government officials, CFRC banking & corporate partners and clientele, exhibiting their business products. Invited guests will speak at the beginning of the ceremony. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided.
In support of our community reinvestment efforts, we invite and encourage you to purchase one or more event sponsorship options. Proceeds received through the “SoLA Business & Economic Forecast” sponsorships directly support CFRC’s programs, serving low and moderate-income communities in Los Angeles County. Our clients employ these comprehensive business and consumer resources to fuel individual initiative and propel business plans forward. Your support is integral to the continued delivery of all CFRC programs and services.
We will move forward as RISE Financial Pathways– a new name and look – while continuing to improve and expand our programs and services which empower our communities to create wealth and financial stability. We look forward to you joining us as at this historic event. Please contact Malanna Marioneaux at 323.846.1478 for additional information.
With Sincere Appreciation,
President & CEO
The Community Financial Resource Center (CFRC) is a non-profit organization offering comprehensive and innovative ways to build wealth for historically underserved residents and small business owners. We serve low-moderate income communities throughout L.A. County. The organization provides commercial lending opportunities – including micro loans, peer lending, and small business loans – along with business training, asset development programs, and banking programs. CFRC has served nearly 100,000 low income clients since its inception in 1992. Its programs have resulted in nearly $14 million in economic activity and the retention and creation of thousands of jobs. The transformative power of CFRC’s services – combined with its clients’ enterprise and hard work – improves the financial standing of individuals, launches and sustains small businesses, and generates economic activity that strengthens entire neighborhoods.