African Americans for Economic Empowerment
An Oakland-based nonprofit that links capital, partnerships and strategic services to African American communities to develop strong businesses and protect faith-based property.
Community Services Unlimited Inc.
A South Central Los Angeles-based non-profit that works to address the inequalities and systemic barriers that make sustainable communities and self-reliant life-styles unattainable.
Fresno Area Hispanic Foundation
Develops strategies and policies to better serve Spanish and English-speaking business owners interested in the welfare of the Fresno-area Hispanic community.
Black Cultural Zone CDC
A nonprofit that leverages arts and cultural strategies and engages artists and community members in art activism to address the displacement of Black people and Black-owned businesses, and disinvestment in East Oakland.
Creser Capital Fund
Provides capital at the launch, growth and scaling stages to Latinx entrepreneurs in Sonoma County, with the goal of helping close the county’s wealth gap.
Inclusive Action for the City
A Los Angeles-based CDFI that brings people together to build strong, local economies that uplift low-income urban communities through advocacy and transformative economic development initiatives.
Chinatown Service Center
The Chinatown Service Center provides social services, behavioral and health services,youth services, and individual financial education and small business training and consultation.
An organization whose mission is to advance entrepreneurship for Filipina/x women by providingeducation/training, access to resources, and a supportive community.
Pukuu Cultural Community Services
Serves American Indian youth and families by providing a formation of programs and assistance services to help our community enhance while maintaining its unique identity
Coalition for Responsible Community Development
A nonprofit community development corporation serving families, residents and businesses in South Los Angeles with a focus on youth and young adults between the ages of 18 and 24.
First Community Capital
An emerging Southern California-based CDFI that provides access to capital and technical assistance to businesses owned by people of color including women, veterans, refugees, immigrants, and individuals impacted by the justice system.