Our Impact

Explore IFF’s impact since 1988.

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Current Portfolio

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Our commitment to supporting the full range of nonprofits across the Midwest provides our investors with a well-secured and diversified loan portfolio. These graphs reflect the percent of dollars in IFF’s portfolio of loans — which, as of Dec. 31, 2018, included 713 notes worth $347.3 million.

Included in these charts are loans made under our innovative New Markets Tax Credits Small Project Loan Pool, which brings the benefits of NMTC financing — low rates and 7-year, interest-only payments — to smaller projects throughout the Midwest. The NMTC allocations we have deployed are not reflected in these graphs.

Financial Performance

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Ensuring a financially strong IFF is key to maximizing our ability to best deliver on our mission. 2018 was another excellent year in this regard, as evidenced by IFF once again earning a ****AAA+ rating from AERIS, positioning IFF as one of the handful of CDFIs in the country to merit this top rating for both impact and financial condition.

All charts reflect financial information for IFF standalone as of Dec. 31, 2018. The only exception is for Managed Assets and Managed Loans, which include the Assets/Loans that are managed by IFF but legally owned by its programmatic subsidiaries, NMTC-related entities, and the Foundation for Homan Square.

Community Outcomes

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IFF’s clients provide critical services to their communities — education, health care, housing, and more. Here are just a few numbers that reflect the scope of their work over time. This data is based on what IFF clients reported at the time of their loan application or during project construction. The numbers apply only to IFF Loans and do not include outcomes for projects that utilized IFF-deployed New Markets Tax Credits. Last updated: Dec. 31, 2018

Lending Highlights

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Lending highlights focus on IFF loans, including those offered through our New Markets Tax Credits Small Project Fund. Last Updated: Dec. 31, 2018