Impact Seven’s Community Development In Wisconsin

Impact Seven in Almena Wisconsin

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A community development corporation (CDC), Impact Seven was founded in 1970 by people of northwestern Wisconsin concerned with a waning economy, the outmigration of the its youth, and poverty of area residents. Our mission – to comprehensively impact the population of Wisconsin, with an emphasis on the rural areas of the state – remains the same, but we have come along way since we opened up shop in Cameron, Wisconsin, over three decades ago.

We are headquartered in Almena, Wisconsin.  Impact Seven is also a certified Community Development Financial Institution, manages several Small Business Administration (SBA) and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) loan programs, provides venture capital, and is part-owner of a community development bank, started in conjunction with partner a CDC. We are one of the largest non profit developers of affordable housing in Wisconsin, and manage well over 854 units. As a consultant and developer, we have helped numerous communities make in significant strides towards revitalizing sagging economies and dwindling populations.

Impact Seven has a number of programs, loan pools, properties, resources and ideas in which you may be interested. I hope you will take some time to explore our site. Thank you for your interest and support, and I invite your comments and suggestions. Please contact me today to discuss how we might be able to make a positive impact on you, your business, or your community.


Via Welcome to Impact Seven!.

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