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Financing Housing with the Magic of Community
Community bonds allow organizations to set their own financing terms and raise funds on a predictable timeline. While unlocking private capital and addressing funding gaps, they also build a powerful sense of community ownership. Residents, local businesses, and institutions alike can all invest to improve their community, while earning a fair return.

Join Tapestry Community Capital and Brick by Brick to learn more about community bonds and how they can be used to finance seniors and community housing in Alberta.

During this webinar, you will:
Learn how community bonds work
Understand their benefits & risks
Evaluate their fit for your own organization’s financing
Discover how you can align your values with your investments
Hear Brick by Brick’s first-hand story of raising funds with Community Bonds and their key lessons learned.
Engage in a discussion to share your ideas and have your questions answered

Meet the speakers:

Ryan Collins-Swartz, Co-Executive Director, Tapestry Community Capital
Ryan is dedicated to building inclusive financial systems that tap into the transformative power of community. As the Co-Executive Director of Tapestry Community Capital, he supports organizations to raise investment to bring their dream projects to life. He is inspired by community-first projects that respond to the needs of citizens before developers. His journey has focused on the intersections between social enterprise, real estate, and community engagement. He holds an HBA from the Ivey Business School & Rotterdam School of Management.

Faiz Abhuani, Founder & Director, Brique par Brique
Faiz is a licensed real estate broker and Brick by Brick’s prima donna. His vision is to nurture creative energy in the diverse communities that inspire him. Faiz shares his passion for community with his clients by encouraging them to follow their instinct while protecting their interests.

Jul 6, 2022 10:00 AM in Edmonton

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