1) National Community Impact Community Capital has invested over $6.9 billion in Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG)/impact initiatives nationwide on behalf of its clients, generating results that make a powerful impact*: ¢ 321,000 affordable rental housing units ¢ 4,500 home mortgages for low- and moderate-income borrowers ¢ $290 million in enterprise development/job creation ¢ $355 million in economic development (i.e., environmental sustainability, neighborhood revitalization, healthy communities) ¢ 739 million in statewide homeownership and down payment assistance ¢ $33 million in affordable healthcare / rehabilitation facilities IMPACT PROFILE: Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center Yonkers, NY IMPACT PROFILE: Long Grove House Chicago, IL Long Grove House is an affordable rental property in Cook County, Illinois where 356 of the 448 units receive Section 8 assistance which was initiated May 1, 2015 and runs through April 30, 2035. Long Grove House is conveniently located within walking distance to public transportation, parks, shopping, restaurants and historic landmarks. Property amenities include a day care facility, grocery store and fitness center. Residents have access to on-site management and a social service coordinator. IMPACT PROFILE: Shenandoah Learning Center, Newnan, GA Shenandoah Learning Center is a childcare center with the capacity to care for 117 total infant, toddler, preschool and school age children. Located in Coweta County, Georgia Shenandoah Learning Center employs five workers and has annual revenues of $160,000. The business is located in a moderate-income census tract. The loan to Shenandoah Learning Center was authorized under the SBA 7(a) program which was established to serve small business borrowers that cannot otherwise obtain private sector financing under suitable terms and conditions. The SBA 7(a) program is SBA’s primary vehicle for providing small businesses with access to credit. One requirement is that a lender must document that the prospective borrower was unable to obtain financing under reasonable terms and conditions through normal business channels. Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center was established in 1987 by the Sisters of Charity to provide specialized clinical and rehabilitative services to medically complex children with multiple physical and neurological conditions and disabilities. The facility serves over 5,000 of New York State’s most medically complex children annually. In March of 2012, the Pediatric Center relocated from Manhattan to a new state-of-the art facility in Yonkers, N.Y. The construction of the new complex provided over 800 family-supporting jobs for members of the local building and construction trade unions. Children residing at the center receive educational services from The John A. Coleman School located onsite. The school provides community and center-based special education and therapeutic programs. In addition to its commitment to children, The Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center is also committed to the environment through the Pediatric Center’s green initiative and building design. The Yonkers facility, built in 2012, has been awarded a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification. *Approximate figures as of December 31, 2015. Community Capital Management, Inc. is a Florida-based investment advisor registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940. The securities identified and described herein are current holdings and are for illustrative purposes only. Their selection was based upon non-performance criteria, such as the security’s social and/or environmental benefits.