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Helping Businesses Through COVID-19

The coronavirus has significantly impacted many local and small businesses. With social distancing and stay-at-home orders in place, several of our micro-lending clients have had to suspend the operations of their businesses.

We recognize that it has become increasingly important to unite and help those in need. Business owners throughout the city are in need of immediate resources and Venture Jobs Foundation is here to support those small businesses through COVID-19.

To help these businesses, Venture Jobs Foundation is allowing business owners to defer their loan payments for 90 days.

As our community continues to practice social distancing, our micro-lending officers are still here to support you via phone and email. Please reach out with any questions. 

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Jobs are Stepping Stones to Building Prosperity

Our mission is to revitalize high-poverty neighborhoods and bring dignity to underserved populations. We do so by supporting and investing in entrepreneurs and small businesses to foster job creation.

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Venture Jobs Foundation Provides the Missing Piece…

Entrepreneurs and small business starters can create a tremendous impact on our entire community, but they may lack year-round cash flow, physical assets, or personal net worth. When they have trouble meeting traditional lending requirements, their plans can come to a halt. That’s where we come in.

“Sometimes the most critical thing you could be missing comes from an unlikely source. Venture Jobs Foundation gave me connections to information I didn’t know I needed.”


Paula, Owner of Paula’s Essentials

“We had many of the core components to our business, but we needed guidance. Venture Jobs Foundation provided education and resources — and now we’re looking for opportunities to pay it forward.”


Toby & Dorian, Co-Inventors of the DipitBrand Condiment Carton

 

 

Prosperity Conference 2020 Postponed until May 2021

In light of COVID-19 safety measures and in an effort to keep our community safe, we will be postponing our Annual Prosperity Conference to May 11, 2021. Despite the reality that we will not be gathering in person, we are excited to be considering alternative ways to share best practices on poverty issues through Fall 2020. Stay tuned for more details!