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We Know Your Worth

Community Investment Corporation (CIC) is an  economic development nonprofit dedicated to the empowerment of Pima County residents and the surrounding area since 1996.

Building an economy for all

 We give the members of our community, who are shut out of and left behind in our economy, access to the knowledge and financing they need to pursue new opportunities. 

$8 million provided in DOWN PAYMENT assistance every year

$13+ million lent to LOCAL ARIZONA BUSINESSES

Supporting 86,485 STUDENTS across 163 CAMPUSES

Homeownership

Helping aspiring homeowners through tax credits and down payment assistance.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Providing much needed financing to small businesses and nonprofits, as well as, introducing innovative systems to promote private investment in early stage businesses.

EDUCATION

Assisting schools with access to capital, bond compliance, and family engagement.

How Can We Help You?

In the market for a home?

Need a loan for your business?

Exploring K-12 schools?

Events and Important Dates:

When:July 25, 2024

Where:TCC

When:August 2, 2024

Where:805 N Main St Cottonwood AZ 86326

When:August 7 - 9, 2024

Where:Clarkdale and Cottonwood

When:August 14, 2024

Where:Community Investment Corporation Offices

“The experience working with the CIC team was pretty flawless. They were available to answer any questions I had and the website also had a lot of information readily available 24/7.”
Fabiola Bedoya, MCC Client
"This meeting was very helpful. It was informative and opened my eyes on the importance of picking the right schools for your child. They not only talked about the importance of researching schools, but also show us how to do it. It will definitely be using the app that was presented in our schools search for kindergarten."
Kiawana Flores - Parent at Arizona Head Start Association
"I can’t thank CIC enough for giving me the opportunity to show what I can do as a business. I wouldn’t have been able to open my business without the loan I received."
Sydney Adams, Sydney’s Sweet Shoppe

Latest News

Pima County Public Library Spotlights Community Investment Corporation (CIC Tucson)

Pima County Public Library Spotlights Community Investment Corporation (CIC Tucson)

Community Spotlight: Breaking barriers for small business startups by PimaLib_Blog July 11, 2024This blog post is by Matthew L., Workforce and Economic Development Librarian. “At a monthly meeting…
BIPOC Loan Fund Committee Retreat: Empowering Entrepreneurs and Expanding Access to Capital

BIPOC Loan Fund Committee Retreat: Empowering Entrepreneurs and Expanding Access to Capital

On June 22, 2024, the BIPOC Community Managed Loan Fund Committee held their first annual retreat to reflect on the mission, vision, and the impact of their work.…
Foothills News Mentions Mortgage Credit Certificate

Foothills News Mentions Mortgage Credit Certificate

Tucsonans are fighting sky-high prices By Jimmy Magahern, Tucson Local Media Contributor It’s no secret that home prices in Tucson have gotten out of hand. Recent data from…
Supporting Refugee Entrepreneurs in Pima County: A Collaborative Journey 

Supporting Refugee Entrepreneurs in Pima County: A Collaborative Journey 

Through a thoughtful community collaboration, The Jewish Family Child Services (JFCS)  SASIC program introduced a bilingual two-part workshop series May of this year, designed to teach newly arrived Afghan refugees…
Celebrating the Impact of the AZNavigator Program

Celebrating the Impact of the AZNavigator Program

We at CIC are deeply moved by the profound impact of the AZNavigator Program. Launched in 2022, this statewide initiative has transformed the support landscape for small businesses…
Q1 2024 Lending Department Accomplishments

Q1 2024 Lending Department Accomplishments

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Proud partner in the community

Community Investment Corporation (CIC) values our local and national partners. 

By working together, we know that we make the largest impact for our communities.