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20 YEARS of improving Florida communities.

SUCCESSFUL OUTCOMES through $252 million in financing.

Social Impact reaching 39,000 Floridians every year.

Success Stories from FCLF Partners

  • Habitat for Humanity of Martin County

    Habitat for Humanity of Martin County

    Habitat for Humanity of Martin County will build 28 new homes and help existing homeowners with repair, with land acquisition financing provided by Florida Community Loan Fund. Read More
  • Gardens at Diana Point

    Gardens at Diana Point

    The Gardens at Diana Point Apartments will provide affordable rental housing for 24 households in the Tampa area. Read More
  • Ignite Your World

    Ignite Your World

    Ignite Your World offers individualized learning in small class sizes to students in Fort Pierce. FCLF financed purchase and renovation of the school’s buildings. Read More
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VP, Community Development Manager South Florida

TD Bank, Miami

Castilla Ana 2016 70wAna Castilla is Vice President, Community Development Manager for South Florida for TD Bank. She manages community relationships and supports regional market retail and commercial staff in developing and implementing responsive community development lending, service and investment to revitalize and stabilize low-and moderate-income neighborhoods and financial empowerment for individuals in South Florida and along the Treasure Coast. Prior to joining TD Bank in 2014, Ana was the Regional Community Development Manager for the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta at the Miami Branch. In that capacity she served as a commissioned bank examiner in addition to her community and economic development specialty. She has published several research papers and articles in addition to speaking both nationally and internationally on topics including concentrated poverty, remittances, community development finance, and financial empowerment. Born and raised in the Washington DC area, Ana has lived in Miami for 27 years and is fluent in Spanish. She is active in numerous community development and professional groups in South Florida and serves on the board of directors of South Florida Community Development Coalition, Miami Homes for All, Florida Community Loan Fund, Broward Alliance for Neighborhood Development, Community Housing Partners, and is president of the board for Centro Campesino Farmworker Center. Ana has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, CT and an MBA from Florida International University.