See how the Black Business Investment Fund Florida is helping preserve decades of African American entrepreneurship.
As small businesses work to ride out and recover from the coronavirus, learn how community development financial institutions are helping.
Over the last 40 years, women-owned businesses have generated trillions of dollars in economic activity and revitalized communities by providing tens of millions of jobs.
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See how the New Hampshire Community Development Financial Institution is helping minority business owners by providing lending and technical assistance.
The Tory Burch Foundation Capital Program supports women-owned and -operated businesses to foster economic independence and promote local economies through job creation and community revitalization.
Bank of America has committed $100 million in philanthropic grants to address the impact of the coronavirus, including immediate humanitarian needs delivered by local organizations and global nonprofits.
As the largest investor in community development financial institutions, we're supporting local economies.
Across the globe, we face big challenges such as climate change, gender parity, access to clean water and affordable housing. These issues impact economic growth and security, and can’t be solved by philanthropy or the public sector alone.
Just like you, we're invested in the places where we live and work.
As the private sector innovates aid and financing, seeking holistic solutions to neighborhood challenges is the cornerstone of the approach.