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20 YEARS of improving Florida communities.

SUCCESSFUL OUTCOMES through $306 million in financing.

Social Impact reaching 183,000 Floridians every year.

Success Stories from FCLF Partners

  • Housing Authority of the City of Stuart

    Housing Authority of the City of Stuart

    The Housing Authority of the City of Stuart, with financing from FCLF,  purchased buildings that contain existing rental housing. This will continue to provide affordable rental housing for low-income area families. Read More
  • 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
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Business Office Assistant

Cardinal Newman High School, West Palm Beach

Rimbey J 2015 70wSister Judith Rimbey, OP, has experience in finance, accounting, and benefits management, both in public firms and in nonprofit organizations, including religious congregations and large healthcare facilities. She is currently the Business Office Assistant at Cardinal Newman High School in West Palm Beach, FL. In previous positions, with Rosarian Academy in West Palm Beach and the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary in New York, Sr. Judith was responsible for all business office operations, tuition payments, student scholarships, annual budget and audit, employee benefits, compliance, insurance, and investments. Her career spans over 25 years.

Sr. Judith Rimbey holds a B.S. in Accounting and a Master of Accountancy from Case Western Reserve University. She is a member of the Florida Community Loan Fund Board, where she serves as Treasurer, as well as a member of the FCLF Finance Committee. She also serves as a Trustee on the Grand Rapids Dominican Charitable Trust.