SBA’s Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships works to build strong relationships with both secular and faith-based nonprofit organizations to encourage entrepreneurship, support economic growth and promote prosperity for all Americans.
|Faith-based and Neighborhood organizations can become financial resources in their communities.|
One SBA program that has particular relevance for faith-based and community non-profits is the SBA Microloan Program. Microloans, made through non-profit intermediaries, provide entrepreneurs with an alternative resource for access to capital. ...Read More
The SBA office works with faith-based and neighborhood organizations to build awareness of SBA programs that can transform neighborhoods and change lives. The SBA has some great programs; but, all too frequently, the people who could take advantage...