Civic Leadership Bonds – Investing in Community

community bond investment

Have you ever wished you could make a LOCAL financial investment that has a solid $ rate of return AND reflects your values and interests in making Guelph a better place?

Learn more about Civic Leadership Community Bonds by reviewing our Community Bond Package which includes the Civic Leadership Bond Term Sheet.

10 Carden has been a leader in social innovation in Guelph since it was founded in 2009. To enable a physical expansion, 10 Carden is redeveloping the Acker’s Furniture building – and community bonds are part of the financing structure. Yes! Imagine the Acker’s building fully renovated with modern servicing and a new elevator.

Once complete, the 10C Expansion project will offer four floors or over 15,000+ square feet of fully accessible community event space and collaborative workspace for these partners and more to come in 2017/18:

  • Chalmers Community Services Centre
  • University of Guelph, College of Applied and Human Sciences, Community Engaged Scholarship Institute
  • University of Guelph, Student Life
  • Out on the Shelf, LGTBQ+ Library
  • Guelph Arts Council
  • Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition
  • Local Immigration Partnership
  • Taylor Newberry Consulting
  • Wellington Water Watchers
  • Transformative Arts, Guelph
  • Main Power Corp
  • Guelph Dance
  • JRS Virtual Studio Inc.
  • and more including all of our existing members, volunteers and event-space partners…

I'd like to know more about the Community Bond Opportunity

If you have questions about the bonds, please let us know. Follow-up can include an investment package, in-person meeting, or actual bond transaction.
  • If you are ready to move forward with a bond, please let us know the name you'd like on the bond, and the amount below.
  • The next steps to transacting a bond are to provide the NAME on the bond, the amount, and the date you'd like to meet to transact.
  • Please select any date before January 31, 2017. We will have the paperwork ready, and will schedule a meeting time that works best for the date you note above.
  • Series E bonds earn 3% interest and have a $1000 minimum, and can be any increment of $500. Series F bonds earn 4% interest and have a $50,000 minimum.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

 

Many thanks to the Centre for Social Innovation for their national leadership in Community Bonds. For more information, visit www.communitybonds.ca.