OFN Webinars & Virtual Forums

Overview

OFN’s webinars and online forums provide an opportunity for CDFI practitioners, partners, and other industry supporters across the country to learn and connect virtually on issues affecting community-based lenders and the unique communities they each serve.

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 Learn more and sign up for upcoming OFN virtual training and events by checking out the CDFI Connect events calendar or subscribing to receive OFN updates.

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Upcoming

CONNECT+ Forum: CDFI Operations

Date: March 21, 2023

Please check back for more details.

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Watch On-Demand

Missed a previous webinar or virtual forum, or want to revisit content? Check out recordings on-demand! For webinars hosted on Cvent, use your existing login credentials to access the event platform or sign up for free.

2022 “Resources for CDFI Growth” Webinar Series

Watch recordings from OFN’s “Resources for CDFI Growth” webinar series. OFN thanks Capital One and Fifth Third Bank for supporting these resources.

See the complete toolkit and framework materials on CDFI Connect.

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2022 CONNECT+ Webinars

Check out recordings from 2022 webinars. OFN thanks Wells Fargo for sponsoring our CONNECT+ Webinar series!

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Equitable Housing Forum

2022 CONNECT+ Forum: Equitable Housing Finance

Check out session recordings from the 2022 CONNECT+ Forum: Equitable Housing Finance held on May 18, 2022. OFN thanks Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase for sponsoring the forum!

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