Focus Area: Southeast U.S. Based

August 9, 2022

The JumpFund

The JumpFund is a women-led micro VC firm investing in female-led ventures across the Southeast U.S. Our investors and fund partners understand that investments in early stage ventures led by women have greater potential to produce higher returns and are historically underfunded.

Hispanic-Owned Business Grant for Louisiana

The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana (HCCL) and Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation (HCCF), in partnership with Entergy, are thrilled to announce a dedicated fund to award Hispanic-owned businesses disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and natural disasters with grants that will assist them to offset the losses and move forward.

March 21, 2022

BAC Funding Corporation

BAC Funding Corporation and Affiliates provides economic stimulus to African-American owned businesses with a creative approach to financial solutions.

Palm Beach County Black Business Investment Corporation

The PBCBBIC’s main objective is to ensure that Black-owned and controlled businesses have the opportunity to obtain financing and other resources to compete in the marketplace and foster increased employment and social stability within the Black community.

National Urban League

Our Entrepreneurship Centers enable minority entrepreneurs who are running their businesses as sole proprietors, to thrive by growing revenue above $750k annually and creating jobs.

January 25, 2022

The Minority Entrepreneurship Institute

The Minority Entrepreneurship Institute is a seed-stage impact investing fund that hosts annual pitch competitions for Black, Latinx, and female founders.

PS27 Rhea Fund

The PS27 Rhea Fund is a $20 million venture capital fund focused on early-stage technology companies. Rhea Fund also has an interest in founders who are women, veterans, and people of color.

Communities Unlimited, Inc.

Communities United unites hope by bridging racial, economic and geographic boundaries in southern communities emerging from generations of persistent poverty.

Hope Credit Union Enterprise Organization

Hope began as a commercial loan fund and has a long track record of supporting business with the financing they need to start, stabilize and grow. Our lending is focused on providing capital to viable companies that create jobs, support communities, and address infrastructure needs in economically distressed and rural areas of the Deep South.

September 21, 2021

Zane Ventures

We are a diverse team backing the new faces of technological change that are building early-stage technology solutions in the Southeast.