Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Propel Nonprofits is a proud partner of The Minneapolis Foundation and LISC Twin Cities in a new grant opportunity to support small business recovery.
Brown Venture Group
Brown Venture Group is a Black-owned venture capital firm exclusively focused on Black, Latino, and Native American technology entrepreneurs.
Do you need money for your small business? WomenVenture offers loans from $1,000 up to $100,000 to qualified new and existing business owners.
Metropolitan Economic Development Association
Our vision is to create thriving communities through equal economic participation. This can be achieved through BIPOC entrepreneurs, with Meda’s services and community support. Access to financing for operations and expansions is especially important for minority business stability and growth. Meda’s business loan program is designed to help clients find access to much-needed funding, which otherwise might not be available through traditional lending resources.
African Development Center of Minnesota
ADC’s loans are for those who don’t qualify for traditional financing. Loans are available to small and medium-sized businesses located in the Twin Cities metro, St. Cloud, Rochester, Owatonna, Faribault, Mankato, Willmar and Marshall.
Community Reinvestment Fund, Inc (CRF)
CRF is one of three nonprofit small business lending companies authorized by the US Small Business Administration (SBA) to provide SBA 7(a) small business loans. These loans—with amounts ranging from $150,000 to $4 million—can be used for commercial real estate, business acquisition, equipment, working capital, debt refinancing and more.
Capita3 is an early stage venture capital fund investing in women startup founders and the companies they’re building.