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New York Resources

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Resource NameDescription
ACCION USA, Inc.As a leader in U.S. microfinance, Accion is committed to bringing affordable small business loans to micro entrepreneurs.
ANGEL FUNDA non-profit organization driven by professionals and volunteers with business expertise to advise start up businesses and aid existing businesses in growth or crisis situations.
BRONX WOMEN’S BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTERAssisting women entrepreneurs as well as minority business owners through the provision of financial roundtables and two yearly twelve week Entrepreneurship Training Courses. English and Spanish.
BROOKLYN HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCEServing the Hispanic business communities by advancing and enhancing their business interests.
BUSINESS OUTREACH CENTER NETWORK (BOC) CAPITAL CORPImproving the economic prospects of traditionally underserved groups, with a focus on low- and moderate-income entrepreneurs and their communities.
BUSINESS OUTREACH CENTER NETWORK WBC SatelliteProvides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment
Center for Community Development for New Americans, Inc.proud to help New Yorkers on their path towards the American Dream of financial independence and home ownership by providing the information, know-how, as well as the on-the-ground support they need to thrive financially.
Community Capital New YorkA not-for-profit alternative lender, with critical resource for community and economic development. Serving underserved communities and individuals.
Community Development Corp. (CDC) of Long Island, Inc.CDC supports the housing and economic aspirations of individuals, families and small businesses through exemplary stewardship of resources
East Harlem Business Capital Corp. (EHBCC)EHBCC provides access to capital, and sound business development assistance to expand existing businesses, create new enterprises, and to promote economic development and projects.
EMPIRE STATE DEVELOPMENT (ESD) CORP. Small Business DivisionThrough the use of loans, grants, tax credits and other forms of financial assistance, ESD strives to enhance private business investment and growth to spur job creation.
Grameen America, Inc.Offering microloans, training and support to transform communities and fight poverty in the United States.
HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCEServing the Hispanic business communities by advancing and enhancing their business interests.
HOPE FINANCIAL DIGNITY CENTERGiving people the dignity, resources and the opportunity to achieve a level of self-determination in their lives.
LATINOS IN INFORMATION SCIENCES & TECHNOLOGY (LISTA)A national organization of Latino professionals and role models from the information science, telecommunications, and technology industry.
Local Development Corporation of East New York (LDCENY)A not-for-profit organization dedicated to making East Brooklyn a better place to live and work. We pursue this objective by promoting a physical environment and other conditions that are supportive to businesses, large and small.
LONG ISLAND HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCEThe LIHCC's mission is to serve the Hispanic business communities of Nassau and Suffolk Counties by advancing and enhancing their business interests.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN BUSINESS OWNERSHelping women grow their businesses by sharing resources and providing a collective viewpoint to help shape economic and public policy.
NATIONAL MINORITY BUSINESS COUNCIL, INC.Network with Corporations and Business Owners, Attend Workshops and Seminars, Access Procurement Related Events and Opportunities etc.
NEW AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCENACC is a not-for-profit organization founded in 2005 to advance, promote and facilitate the success of New American Businesses. The backbone of the NACC is the diversity of its member entrepreneurs and small business owners.