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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

  • Pathway 2 Success

    Pathway 2 Success

    Pathway 2 Success will renovate and build new affordable homes for low-income families in St. Pete, with a line of credit from Florida Community Loan Fund. Read More
  • Tampa Bay CDC

    Tampa Bay CDC

    Tampa Bay CDC will purchase & rehab affordable homes in Pasco and Pinellas Counties with financing through a line of credit from Florida Community Loan Fund. Read More
  • Florida Home Partnership

    Florida Home Partnership

    With financing from Florida Community Loan Fund, FCLF, Florida Home Partnership will build single family homes in Pasco County and a community center in Hillsborough County. New homeowners contribute sweat equity to earn down payment assistance.  Read More
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SVP, Community Development Officer, BankUnited, N.A.

Miami Lakes

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Claire Raley is SVP, Community Development Officer with BankUnited. In this position she is responsible for overseeing, coordinating and providing strategic direction for the Bank’s CRA and community development initiatives in Florida and New York. Prior to BankUnited, Ms. Raley worked in community development with other banks, including Chase and Washington Mutual, as well as government agencies and nonprofit organizations. Her expertise includes the Community Reinvestment Act, corporate community affairs, philanthropy and social responsibility, and community and affordable housing development. Ms. Raley holds a B.S. from Florida State University and a Masters of Public Administration from Florida International University. In addition to serving on the Board of Directors and various committees with Florida Community Loan Fund, she serves on the board for Neighborhood Lending Partners and the board for Catalyst Miami.