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Access our portal of national, state and local small business loan opportunities. New funding resources are added as information becomes available.


Colorado Housing and Finance Authority
State(s): CO
The CLIMBER Loan Fund is a Colorado statewide program that will provide up to $250 million in working capital loans to Colorado small businesses. CLIMBER focuses on businesses that were financially stable before the pandemic but now need help to survive.

CDC Small Business Finance - Small Business Loans

CDC Small Business Finance
State(s): AZ, CA, DC, FL, GA, MI, NV

CDC Small Business Finance offers small business loans from $10,000-$350,000 to small businesses nationwide. They offer multiple loan programs and will help you find one that suits your needs.

California Small Business Loan Match

State(s): CA

California Small Business Loan Match is a new, no-cost lender-match tool provided by IBank, the state agency helping to promote a healthy economic climate and improve quality of life in California communities. Loan Match eases the process of finding trusted loans for California entrepreneurs, gathering dozens of lenders in one place for a one-stop experience.

Connect2Capital Marketplace

State(s): National

Venturize connects small business owners to potential financing options and business assistance services offered by Community Development Financial Institutions. CDFIs offer a wide range of financing options for businesses including term loans, lines of credit, credit cards, real estate financing and more.

Colorado Venture Capital Authority Program

Colorado Venture Capital Authority
State(s): CO
The Colorado Venture Capital Authority Program (CVCA) makes limited partner investments in a diverse portfolio of venture capital funds with experience investing in and assisting seed-to early-stage businesses.

Colorado’s Cash Collateral Support

Colorado Housing and Finance Authority
State(s): CO
Colorado’s Cash Collateral Support program helps small and medium-sized businesses access loans that they would otherwise not be able to access because they do not have enough collateral. The program provides a cash deposit as collateral when the business cannot meet the lender’s collateral requirements.