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Celebrate California Reinvestment 2018

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The Bellevue Club

525 Bellevue Ave

Oakland, CA 94610

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Join the California Reinvestment Coalition

at our 20th Annual Spring Benefit

Celebrate California Reinvestment

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Thursday, April 26, 2018

5:30 to 8:00 p.m.

The Bellevue Club

Oakland, California

Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres

2018 Honorees

Attorney General of California, Xavier Becerra:

Xavier Becerra is the 33rd Attorney General of the State of California, and the first Latino to hold this office. Attorney General Becerra has decades of experience fighting for working families. He has been at the forefront of California's response to Trump's attack on immigration rights, and has also emphasized the importance of a strong Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Attorney General Becerra previously served 12 terms in Congress as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.

California State Senators Holly J. Mitchell and Ricardo Lara

Senator Holly J. Mitchell has been a long-time champion of laws to end policies that drive families deeper into poverty, with special focus on California’s children. The son of Mexican immigrants, Senator Ricardo Lara has been a voice for education, health care for all, clean air and human rights for all Californians. The two Senators from Los Angeles joined forces in 2017 with the Equity and Justice package of bills to address major reforms for juveniles and adults in the criminal justice system, including SB 190, which ended harmful, unlawful, and costly administrative fees against families with youth in the juvenile justice system.

Coalition to End Criminal Justice Fees:

The Coalition to End Criminal Justice Fees aims to end the economic harm by the criminal justice system on California’s working families. In 2017, the coalition was instrumental in the passage of SB 190, discussed above. The coalition is made up of twelve advocacy organizations from around the state, and includes young advocates whose first-hand experiences with the juvenile justice system were the backbone of this grassroots organizing success.

CRC Legacy Gold Member Sponsors

Low Income Investment Fund San Francisco

Mission Economic Development Agency

CRC Legacy Silver Member Sponsors

CDC Small Business Finance

East LA Community Corporation

Community Sponsors


Community Economics, Inc.

Main Street Launch


Clearinghouse CDFI

Mercy Housing

Northern California Community Loan Fund



Bay Area Development Company

Rural Community Assistance Corporation

Self-Help Federal Credit Union/Center for Responsible Lending


California Community Economic Development Assoc.

East Bay Housing Organizations

Opportunity Fund

Peoples' Self-Help Housing

Corporate Sponsors


Cathay Bank

Citi Community Development


Capital One Bank

Charles Schwab Bank

Comerica Bank


Mechanics Bank

US Bank


Bank of America

East West Bank


Amalgamated Bank

Bank of the West

BBVA Compass

City National Bank

JPMorgan Chase & Co.


MUFG Union Bank


Boston Private

California Bank & Trust


Umpqua Bank


New Resource Bank


Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco

Law Office of Todd Espinosa


Over the past 30 years, CRC has grown into the largest state community reinvestment coalition in the country with a membership of 300 nonprofit organizations working for the economic vitality of low-income communities and communities of color. Among our members are a diverse set of organizations including nonprofit housing counselors, consumer advocates, community organizers, legal service providers, affordable housing developers, small business technical assistance providers, and more.


For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Jessica Escobar, Operations Manager, at 415-864-3980 or jescobar@calreinvest.org

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