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Who Can Help

Need assistance understanding loan paperwork requirements or getting your financial house in order? These groups, many of which offer their services for free or low cost, can help.

The Resurrection Project’s mission is to build relationships and challenge individuals to act on their faith and values by creating community ownership, building community wealth, and serving as stewards of community assets.

State: IL

The University of La Verne Small Business Development Center (SBDC) empowers people start and grow a successful small businesses by providing free consulting, low-cost workshops and access to resources.

State: CA

VEDC is a leading non-profit small business lender offering microloans and small business loans up to $500,000 in 8 states. Their mission is to create jobs and promote small business development in under-served communities. To learn more, visit www.vedc.org or find a microlender near you through their interactive map at www.microloan.org.

State: CA, IL

Wade Co. Capital is a business and capital development company specializing in financing and building business strategies to include business modeling, marketing, and business planning for small to mid-sized businesses seeking alternative methodologies to improve, grow, and sustain their business.

State: CA

Supported by the SBA, represent a national network of nearly 100 educational centers, which are designed to support women in starting and growing small businesses and seek to level the playing field for women entrepreneurs.