Max Capital: $250,000

August 9, 2022

Empire Angels

Empire Angels is a diverse group of millennials investing in early stage ventures with a focus on supporting young entrepreneurs.

February 2, 2022

Genius Guild

Genius Guild is on a mission to make sure businesses and ideas rooted in Black excellence and success are funded. We are kicking the old way of doing venture capital to the curb—one genius at a time.

January 25, 2022

Panoramic Ventures

Panoramic Ventures opens new doors for founders, giving more entrepreneurs access to capital to build leading tech companies. We are building on our decades of experience as founders and investors to support underserved geographies and overlooked founders.

RareBreed Ventures

RareBreed Ventures is a pre-seed fund that invests in exceptional founders outside of large tech ecosystems, earlier than everyone else. Unlike other pre-seed funds, RareBreed takes a concentrated portfolio approach by writing checks of up to $250K as the first or one of the first investors.

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.

October 26, 2021

Untapped Capital

We invest in superheroes. An early-stage venture capital firm championing unexpected founders.

September 15, 2021

Justine PETERSEN

Justine PETERSEN provides small business loans in Missouri, Illinois, and Eastern Kansas for entrepreneurs who do not qualify for mainstream financial products.

Mountain BizWorks

Mountain BizWorks believes in the power of local entrepreneurs to create a vibrant local economy. While traditional banks often see startup and early-stage businesses as too risky, we see them as Western North Carolina’s future.

Opportunity Resource Fund

We offer several types of loans to help further the economic development goals of your community. Our goal is to ensure that all small businesses have equal access to capital.

Cooperative Business Assistance Corporation

Cooperative Business Assistance Corporation (CBAC) is a non-profit, “mission-based” community lending organization. We were created in 1987 to encourage the growth and stability of small businesses in southern New Jersey and Philadelphia, helping them to create jobs in our communities and fully contribute to our regional economy.

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