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    Nonprofits can utilize findCRA to educate, equip and empower their organization to open new relationships with banks in their community.

    At findCRA, we have developed CRANIA, the Community Reinvestment Act Nonprofit Identification Algorithm, our proprietary algorithm which qualifies IRS-registered nonprofits in comparison to the requirements of the Community Reinvestment Act.  Once we have qualified a nonprofit, we create a unique Nonprofit Profile for each organization which is available for banks to search, review or download on Community Qualifier, our online research tool.

    The first step to increasing banks’ interest in your nonprofit on findCRA is claiming your nonprofit’s profile.  When you claim your nonprofit profile on findCRA, you can add information about your nonprofit’s mission and focus areas, the clients you serve and ways for banks to contact you, including through our online messaging features. For a detailed guide on how to create your user account and claim your nonprofit, check out our article on how to get started with findCRA?

    If you’re ready to get started now and claim your nonprofit click the following link:


    Once you’ve claimed your nonprofit profile, the final step in raising awareness about your organization with bank users is becoming CRA Verified by completing certain required fields on your nonprofit profile. For a detailed guide on how to become CRA Verified, check out our article titled How does my nonprofit become CRA Verified?

    With thousands of Nonprofits vying for a bank’s time and attention, claiming your nonprofit on findCRA and becoming CRA Verified provides your nonprofit with the tools and resources to confidently start the bank relationships your organization needs.

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