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Many Affil­i­ates. One Vision.

Our strength is our diver­si­ty. The New Com­mu­ni­ty Trans­for­ma­tion Fund vision is shared among it’s affil­i­ates, each who take our approach will cre­ate oppor­tu­ni­ties, cre­ate jobs, cre­ate wealth in the communities

Inside NCTF — Our Sto­ries and Thought leadership

  • Robert B. Kaminski
    Chief Exec­u­tive Offi­cer, Mer­can­tile Bank of Michigan
    Grand Rapids, MI

    The New Com­mu­ni­ty Trans­for­ma­tion Fund has the poten­tial to be a nee­dle mover for the advance­ment of racial diver­si­ty for busi­ness own­er­ship in West Michigan.

    Mer­can­tile Bank of Michi­gan is pleased be one of the ini­tial investors in this fund, and through it, we remain com­mit­ted with all of our com­mu­ni­ty part­ners in work­ing to ensure that busi­ness oppor­tu­ni­ties are avail­able that will cre­ate a strong and sus­tain­able eco­nom­ic cli­mate in which every­one in our diverse com­mu­ni­ties can par­tic­i­pate and enjoy.”

  • Tina Freese Decker
    Pres­i­dent & Chief Exec­u­tive Offi­cer, Spec­trum Health System
    Grand Rapids, MI

    We are proud to part­ner in estab­lish­ing the New Com­mu­ni­ty Trans­for­ma­tion Fund. The funds are intend­ed to increase eth­nic and racial diver­si­ty in own­er­ship and entre­pre­neur­ship in West Michigan.

    Invest­ing in part­ner­ships that enhance equi­ty and strength­en our com­mu­ni­ty is con­sis­tent with our mis­sion to improve health, inspire hope and save lives.”

NCTF Beginnings

NCTF began in Grand Rapids with a vision to add demographic growth to the City. Through our partnership with The Right Place this was made possible with the first Fund to serve West Michigan.

Our Approach
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