You have a great idea and the motivation to pursue it, but lack the business skills and resources to get a small business off the ground. Or maybe you already own a business, but need additional business skills and financing to take your business to the next level. With a combination of business skill building resources, coaching, training, and small business loans, CommunityWorks can help you make your business dreams a reality.

 

Business owners that commit to partnering with CommunityWorks to develop business skills can qualify for one-on-one business coaching, business training opportunities, and may qualify for loans up to $250,000.

 

If you’re interested in a partnership with CommunityWorks, please follow these steps:

NoteAbility Community Music School – Small Business Loan recipient.

STEP 1

Select the loan that fits your business needs and review the requirements to see if you’re eligible to apply.

Express Loan:

  • For startups and existing businesses
  • Loans up to $5,000
  • Must commit to one-on-one coaching and business training

Microbusiness Loan:

  • For startups and existing businesses
  • Loans up to $50,000
  • Must have a business plan and financials
  • Must have two years of tax returns

STEP 2

STEP 3

Gather all of the documents needed to complete your loan request.

Next Step

After completing the application, a CommunityWorks lender will contact you to discuss your request. 

A Few of Our Microbusiness Clients:

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