Public Policy & Advocacy

At Cinnaire, we are driven by our unwavering belief that all people deserve the opportunities provided by living in healthy communities. We work to achieve that vision by creating partnerships that drive investment in the communities we serve, including rural and urban areas that are underserved by the mainstream financial sector. To be successful, our work requires public-private partnerships and public policies that encourage investment in all communities. We believe it is essential to educate policymakers on the role of critical programs and advocate for policies that will boost opportunities in the communities we serve.

Cinnaire’s public policy and advocacy efforts rely on close coordination with our partners throughout our footprint. We are most effective when we highlight the positive impact of quality, affordable housing and community facilities for the individuals we serve.

To learn more about Cinnaire’s public policy priorities and partnerships, click below or contact Chris Neary, Cinnaire’s Vice President for Policy, Research and Advocacy.

Cinnaire’s Policy Pulse: Solidarity and Action

Cinnaire’s Policy Pulse newsletter provides an overview of federal policies that influence our ability to bring resources to communities left out of the economic mainstream. As we continue to reflect on the horrific murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and so many others that have spurred a movement for racial justice, we are reminded that

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Cinnaire’s Policy Pulse: The Federal COVID-19 Policy Response

Cinnaire’s Policy Pulse is an evolving update on policy developments, reports and trends designed to keep us informed on how federal issues and policies affect the affordable housing and community development industries. In this issue, Chris provides an update on the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), what’s ahead for Congress in the coming weeks, and shares opportunities

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To learn more about our Public Policy initiatives, contact:

Chris Neary
Vice President, Policy, Research & Advocacy

(302) 434-6065