Small business support
Learn how Bank of America is partnering with community lenders to lift women out of poverty.
See how the Black Business Investment Fund Florida is helping preserve decades of African American entrepreneurship.
Hope Pharmacy, one of Virginia’s few locally owned neighborhood pharmacies, was able to keep serving the community with help from a CDFI.
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Learn how a first-time business-owner is continuing to provide dental services to Arizona residents during the coronavirus.
How a third-generation small business owner is evolving to continue serving her community.
As small businesses work to ride out and recover from the coronavirus, learn how community development financial institutions are helping.
The Payment Protection Program has allowed many local businesses to be able to keep their employees on the payroll or bring them back if they’d been furloughed. Learn how we delivered more than 475,000 PPP loans, totaling nearly $34.5 billion in funding, since the program started to support the recovery of small businesses and the economy.
As part of its efforts to help communities affected by the pandemic, Bank of America has committed up to $250 million in capital and $10 million in philanthropic grants to CDFIs.
Financial support is critical for underrepresented entrepreneurs who want to start and grow their own companies.
Through a historic wildfire season, a family business continues to meet the needs of the firefighter community.