The Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation (SHCPF) today announced that Community Capital Management, Inc. (CCM), a leading impact and CRA investment firm, has committed $100,000 to SHCPF to support senior housing facilities with COVID-19 relief efforts in South Florida; Boston, MA; and Bergen County, NJ.
David Lenoir, SHCPF president & CEO said, “We are incredibly grateful to CCM for their generosity at this critical time. The senior housing facilities that we serve need help more than ever with the elderly being disproportionately affected by COVID-19.”
One of the immediate ways senior facilities will benefit from this funding is the rapid, remote deployment of Senior SentryTM online video training. The training educates healthcare staff and caregivers on ways to protect seniors from online scammers and fraud like many that have arisen as a result of COVID-19. Other ways senior facilities will benefit from funding include purchases of PPE, cleaning, and sanitary supplies, as well as items like toilet paper, shampoo, pet food and other necessities that food stamps do not cover. Some facilities are even purchasing ipads so that residents can remain connected to loved ones while visitation is restricted.
“CCM has worked with SHCPF for nearly 10 years and their support and expertise in helping seniors is unparalleled,” said Alyssa Greenspan, president and COO of CCM. “In looking at ways our organization could support seniors with COVID-19 relief efforts, we knew that SHCPF would be a perfect partner and we are honored to be able to support their initiatives in helping the elderly.”
“The facilities in our program are facing unprecedented challenges, but the response from the banking and financial communities has been amazing,” said Terry Rooker, president of Senior Crimestoppers. “Community banks have pulled together in order to help our neighbors and our banking industry partners are leading the way and showing us all how to be good neighbors in response to the COVID-19 crisis.”
“This program is absolutely amazing and we feel grateful and honored to be part of the initiative” said Jeremy Frehner, administrator at Seasons Health & Rehabilitation in St. George, UT. “Our seniors are our top priority and we need to ensure they are well-cared for during this time of crisis.”
Learn more at: https://www.seniorcrimestoppers.org/how-to-help-local-seniors-fight-covid-19-virus-scams/
CRA Partners and Senior Crimestoppers are operated by the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation (SHCPF), headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee. For two decades, the SHCPF mission is to provide protection and an enhanced quality of life for vulnerable senior housing residents through meaningful, turnkey CRA compliance for community focused banks, nationwide.
Funded by the banking industry and endorsed by the ICBA and over 30 state bankers associations, the Foundation has developed a low-risk, profitable solution — CRA Partners — for banks of all asset sizes and charter types – to fulfill their federally mandated Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) requirements in the form of qualified loans, investments or grants through the operation of nationally acclaimed elder abuse and crime prevention programs. For more information, visit shcpfoundation.org or call 800-529-9096.
Community Capital Management, Inc.
Community Capital Management, Inc. (CCM) is an investment adviser registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale with employees in Boston, Charlotte, the New York City area, and Southern California, CCM was founded in 1998 and manages approximately $2.8 billion in assets. The firm believes a fully integrated portfolio – one that includes environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors – can deliver strong financial performance while simultaneously having positive long-term economic and sustainable impact. For more information, please visit: www.ccminvests.com.