The Hopkins Business Retention Pilot Program provides loans for the purpose of capital costs incurred by businesses that have been displaced by redevelopment and are intended help a business stay in Hopkins.
HAP helps entrepreneurs bring the business ideas into reality by providing assistance ranging from creating business plans to business expansion. HAP offers small business loans, microloans, business education and technical assistance, and pre- and post-loan services to low-income immigrant and refugee entrepreneurs in the Twin Cities.
Two-Percent Loans provide financing to small Minneapolis businesses (retail, service or light manufacturing) to purchase equipment and/or to make building improvements.
NEON seeks to build wealth for low- to moderate-income entrepreneurs in North Minneapolis and surrounding communities through training and workshops, co-working spaces, microgrants, marketplaces to test and sell products, small business loans, and private offices.
Sunrise is a certified B Corporation, a certified Community Development Financial Institution and member of the Global Alliance for Banking on Values. Sunrise provides commercial lending and leasing, fintech partnerships, and government lending focusing on New Markets Tax Credits and SBA lending.