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Black and Latino Angel Investment Fund

Venture Capital

Seed

We are a group of investors providing seed-stage capital to high-growth, next-economy start-ups owned by people of color. We bring diverse experiences as New Jersey-based entrepreneurs and successful small business owners, academic leaders, corporate representatives, and venture corporation founders.

Prestamos CDFI, a division of Chicanos Por La Causa

CDFI

Early Stage, Growth Stage, Later Stage • $1,000,000

Prestamos is a Community Development Financial Institution(“CDFI”) and a Community Development Entity(“CDE”) that provides high-quality financial products and services for small businesses

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New York State Minority and Women-Owned Business Development & Lending Program

Grant, Loan Fund

The program's purpose is to provide financial assistance to minority- and women-owned business enterprises (MWBE) in the state, and also to projects and programs that assist the development of entrepreneurship among minority persons and women in New York State.

Latino Economic Development Corporation (LEDC)

CDFI

Early Stage, Seed • $250,000

We are Empowered Women International (EWI), a program of the Latino Economic Development Center. Our mission is to provide entrepreneurship training, mentoring, market access and support services to help talented and high-potential women monetize their creative or cultural assets, artistic abilities, knowledge and skills, and become change-makers in their families, communities and the world for immigrant, refugee, low-income, and at-risk women.

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Elevate Capital

Venture Capital

Pre-Seed, Seed, Series A • $2,000,000

Elevate Capital is Oregon’s first institutional venture capital fund that specifically targets investments in underserved entrepreneurs—such as women and ethnic minorities, or those with limited access regionally to capital and opportunities.

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Intel Capital Diversity Fund

Venture Capital

We invest in teams with the vision and ability to bring breakthrough ideas to market. It is our strong belief that people with diverse backgrounds and perspectives enable teams to make better decisions and to create technology that addresses the breadth of opportunities and challenges we face worldwide.

News

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How to pitch investors, from the founder of Shop Latinx

Refinery29 talks to Brittany Chavez, who has raised more than $1 million for her marketplace of Latino-owned brands.

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LEAP: A new business accelerator for Latino and BIPOC founders in Colorado

The Latino Leadership Institute’s program supports entrepreneurs who have moved beyond the start-up stage, reports Llero.

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Google’s Latino Founders Fund focuses on startups

The Fund is allocating $5 million in cash awards to 50 Latino startup founders across the US, reports The Denver Channel.

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Resources

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Business 101

Tools for Small Businesses

Whether you need information about finance or optimizing your operations, these resources from Bank of America can help you do the next right thing for your business.

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Loan Sources

U.S. Small Business Administration Loans 

An SBA loan from Bank of America offers easier qualifications and lower down payment than most standard loans.

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