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While the federal government does not provide grants for starting or growing small businesses, one of the mechanisms in place to promote small business growth and economic development is the Community Development Financial Institution Fund managed by the US Department of the Treasury.
Community Development Financial Institutions fall into four categories:
AAFE Community Development Fund
ACCION New York
Adirondack Economic Development Corporation
Akwesasne Indian Housing Authority
BOC Capital Corp.
Carver Federal Savings Bank
CDCLI Funding Corporation, Inc.
Chase New Markets Corporation
Citibank NMTC Corporation
Commercial and Industrial Capital Corporation
Community Capital Bank
Genesee Co-Op Federal Credit Union
Greystone CDE, LLC
GS New Markets Fund
HEDC New Markets, Inc
Home Headquarters, Inc.
Iroquois Venture Corporation
JobStart Chautauqua, Inc.
MSD New Markets, Inc
Nonprofit Finance Fund
NYCB Community Development Corp
Progressive Neighborhood FCU
Renaissance Finance CDE, LLC
Restoration Capital Fund, Inc.
Seedco Financial Services
Seneca Nation of indians
Sephardic Angel Fund
St. Charles Borromeo Church FCU
The Disability Fund, Inc.
Westchester Housing Fund, Inc.
Women"s Venture Fund, Inc.
The Federal and State Technology Partnership Program works around the objective of being able to boost and strengthen the technological competitiveness of small business establishments in the United States of America.
The SBA is dedicated to lend a hand to the service people in America and directly links with the Patriot Express Loan for veterans who desire to initiate their own business and want to start commercial activities. The SBA also plays a role in encouraging growth and job creation during the process, which is an indispensable part to support economic prosperity.