Small business owners can grow and become more successful by obtaining the financing they need.
Take a look at the microlenders below who are equipped to work with the special needs of new and growing small businesses.↓
AmPac Tri-State CDC
We offer a variety of financing opportunities—from purchasing commercial and industrial real estate, equipment, and any other fixed assets to microlending geared to give business owners a hand up, to help facilitate their personal and business growth, and to stimulate the local and national economy.
Contact: Brandon Sellers, Business Development Officer ampac.com
Providing working capital for working people, Opportunity Fund offers small business loans—from $2,600 to $100,000—for equipment and machinery, inventory, tenant improvements, business acquisitions, permanent working capital, and commercial vehicles as well as refinance merchant cash advance loans.
CDC Small Business Finance
A nonprofit business finance company, CDC Small Business Finance offers an array of loan products to suit small business owners as they establish business growth and generate jobs. Whether you need $5,000 in working capital to help run or start your business or are looking to purchase $250,000 of business equipment, there is a good chance we have the right loan for you.
A nonprofit organization, Accion strives to bring economic opportunity and access to financing to small business owners in Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, and Imperial counties. It offers support services and business loans ranging from $300 to $75,000, with flexible requirements. Accion funds start-up and established businesses as well as home-based, mobile, and store-front locations.