The Club links leaders, communities, issues, innovators, organizations and networks. Join to advance your work and organization or to access our work, meeting and events space.
Simple terms, change plans when your needs change, cancel any time.
Nonprofit, business and civic leaders, social entrepreneurs and anyone who works on public policies and private sector practices that advance economic and social justice and human rights.
The club is great for meetings, events and every day work for individuals and teams in social ventures, startups, impact investing, philanthropy, startups and NGOs.
Shared and reserved open space desks, private offices, meeting rooms.
Mobile app to make reservations and communicate with other members.
Member plans include meeting room time + book on-demand if you need more.
A/V for video and conference calls.
Open-concept lounge for quiet work or receptions up to 150 people.
Member discount for the annual Just Economy Conference and other events.
Kitchen & Lounge.
Pay-as-you-go meeting rooms. Reserve via app.
Paper = Trees. We discourage paper use. A non-networked, low volume printer is available for occasional member use.
Bring your own mobile phone. For private offices and reserved desks we can assist with setup and installation of VOIP landlines – but members are responsible for billing and support issues.
Flexible space for theater-style seating, training, seminars or roundtable discussions, workshops, hackathons, catered cocktail receptions and meals.
|Hourly||Half Day||Full Day||CAPACITY|
|Small - Huddle||$65||$260||$350||6|
|Medium - Conference||$100||$400||$750||12|
|Large - Board||$150||$600||$1000||22|
|Event - Theater||$350||$1400||$2000||100|
Schedule a tour to learn more about private offices and event space rentals.
Call (202) 628-8866 Or send us a note …
Who’s behind this?
The club is operated by the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, a nonprofit organization that works to increase the flow of private capital into traditionally underserved communities.
Wealth isn’t distributed evenly. But the opportunity to earn and accumulate it should be. We push back against centuries of inequality. We push forward toward a world of inclusive, livable and sustainable communities grounded in practices, policies and standards that advance opportunities for everyone.