We are thrilled to announce that Jeremiah Fuller is our new Director of Lending and Programs. Jeremiah is a community and justice advocate with ten years of programming experience. For example, he recently served as the Director of Community and Church Engagement for Safe Families For Children. He has also personally witnessed the devastation the predatory lending industry can have on the community.
Jeremiah brings a strong passion for inclusion and economic justice to this role. He will oversee our existing and emerging programs and community engagement efforts. If you’d like to connect with Jeremiah, please reach out at [email protected].
I am excited for the opportunity to fight for economic equity and justice by helping those in need and also building out ways to connect the communities in need with resources!
– Jeremiah Fuller, Director of Lending and Programs
We are excited to celebrate joy and healing through art and entertainment on Tuesday, July 26th, from 5:45 to 8:00 pm at PAIKKA. Enjoy a program about Exodus Lending’s growth followed by a performance by Lady Midnight. Tickets are $25 each through July 12th (then $30 each) and include two beverages and a meal provided by O’s Kitchen.
We want to thank Rep. Jim Davnie for being a long-time champion for Minnesota families at the state legislature. In particular, we are incredibly grateful for and proud of his years of fierce advocacy for a 36% interest rate cap on small-dollar loans, including his recent testimony at the House Floor Session on May 4th, 2022. While Rep. Davnie is retiring from the legislature at the end of the year, Exodus Lending has spoken with other potential champions that will carry the 36% rate cap forward at the Capitol.
In case you missed it, here are some of the latest news items on predatory lending:
Exodus Lending E-Newsletter: May 2022