Denver, CO | June 13 2023 – The Triple Bottom Line Foundation (TBL Fund) is a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) that provides financial products and services to create economic, environmental, and social benefits for underserved communities.
TBL Fund has been awarded a $500,000 grant and a $500,000 investment from Opportunity Finance Network (OFN) for implementation of the Finance Justice Fund program. These funds provide critically needed support to communities experiencing disproportionately high rates of poverty and disinvestment throughout the U.S.
“We’re grateful to our partners at OFN,” said Lee Alexander, TBL Fund Director of Investments. “As a mission driven nonprofit organization, we work to create safer, healthier, and more affordable homes, while also creating job opportunities in the green energy field. OFN is helping us to make that happen.”
TBL Fund’s focus is providing a suite of financing services to create benefits for multifamily affordable housing properties and indigenous communities through the deployment of green solutions, such as solar, energy storage, high-efficiency heat pumps, weatherization, healthy homes remediation, and more. Financial offerings include Debt, Property Assessed Clean Energy, Energy Performance Contracts, Power Purchase Agreements, Energy as a Service, and off-balance sheet financing.
About TBL Fund
TBL Fund (www.tblfund.org) is a 501c3 nonprofit CDFI with a mission to create economic, environmental, and social benefits through the financing of green upgrades for MFAH and Indigenous communities. It was certified by the Treasury in 2014, and has since grown its services and expanded into new territories. TBL Fund is a committed financial ally to the U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Better Climate and Better Building Challenges..