Financial Deserts

Financial health is central to the well-being and resilience. However, for many communities across the nation, money moves in slow and costly ways. This leaves them
economically depressed and financially insecure in the absence of access to financial resources and relationships that would normally drive economic development

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Countering the Geography of Discontent: Strategies for Left-Behind Places - Clara Hendrickson, Mark Muro and William Galston

Financial Inclusion

Rural communities are highly underserved by financial services. Ensuring financial inclusion can help unlock considerable economic potential and activity for these communities to grow and thrive 

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Access to Capital

Individuals and businesses need access to useful, affordable, and sustainable financial products and services to meet their needs to maintain and grow their businesses, and make valuable contributions to their communities   

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Sunrise over the Wheat Field

Business for Impact

Georgetown University

37th and O Streets NW, Rafik B. Hariri Building, Suite 320

Washington, D.C. 20057