California Organized Investment Network - COIN
The California Organized Investment Network (COIN) shall serve as a national model to provide leadership in increasing insurance industry investment in underserved and rural communities throughout California.
To guide insurers on making safe and sound investments that yield environmental benefits throughout California and/or social benefits within the State's underserved communities.
COIN has $9 million of available tax credits remaining in the second cycle to support $45 million of community investment in California. The second 2014 COIN CDFI Tax Credit cycle is now open!
The second cycle deadline is Saturday, November 15, 2014. Given that this is a non-business day, COIN will accept applications until Monday, November 17th, 2014 by close of business.
Swans Market redevelopment project funded by insurer investments. Swans market created new jobs in low-to-moderate income neighborhoods, provided fresh foods market, and affordable low-income housing.