Since 2008 our diverse and experienced team has been innovating in the social impact field.Learn More
We work nationally with services including communities benefits strategies, social impact consulting, impact investing, and project development. Learn More
ACT is active increasing the social impact of organizations across the country through a variety of projects.Learn More

Our Services

  • Community Benefits Strategies: ACT works with private developers, financial institutions, and other partners to help them maximize the community benefits of their projects and investments, which translates to meaningful social impact and bottom-line impact.
  • Social Impact Consulting: ACT partners with nonprofits and community-based organizations to help them make their social impact projects and programs a reality, while also helping our partners gain expertise and build capacity along the way.
  • Impact Investing: ACT makes strategic investments in real-estate and operating businesses that have a social impact on our communities.
  • Project Development: ACT occasionally takes on the role of master developer or development partner on real-estate projects that have a high impact on improving our communities, creating jobs, and building community/economic development.

Latest News

Request for Proposals: “Demolition of Properties Located at: 1731 Llewellyn Avenue, Baltimore MD 21213″

American Communities Trust (ACT) is developing The Baltimore Food Hub located at 1801 E Oliver Street and 1731 Llewellyn Avenue in the City of Baltimore.The purpose of this RFP is to solicit proposals from Contractors […]

Congratulations to the Centre at 10 East North Avenue!

ACT’s early investment sparked this transformative project

On Tuesday evening, March 3rd, the lights came on the historic marquee of Baltimore’s Centre Theater. The 67,000 square-foot building, located on North Avenue in the emerging Station North […]

Fast Company: A food desert in Louisville will soon become one of the biggest havens for local food in the country

A factory in Louisville, Kentucky made chewing tobacco for over a century before folding in 2009. Now the abandoned site is a symbol of how the city is changing: The 24-acre brownfield will soon become […]