The Community Loan Fund of the Capital Region is [Read More]
Community Loan Fund of the Capital Region and Local Coalition Launch COVID-19 Grant Program to Assist Small Businesses
April 30 - During this time of unprecedented economic hardship, [Read More]
During the COVID-19 crisis, people are stepping up to [Read More]
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How do you care for antique quilts? Restore christening gowns and other heirloom garments? Hang tapestries? You need a trained Textile Conservator like Sarah Stevens.
The Community Loan Fund of the Capital Region has announced plans to construct a $12 million addition to its incubator facility. The incubator expansion will create more space for businesses owned by minorities, women, and people of low income, as well as affordable housing for local families.
John Bowers had been working as a massage therapist [Read More]
The Cambridge Food Co-op has been serving the community since 1978. This year, with help from the Community Loan Fund they were able to tackle some important capital improvement projects and shore up the store for future generations.
Wilbur Session’s company WJ’s Ultimate Industrial Cleaning and Floors has [Read More]
The Bundle Store is the Capital District’s first Natural Parenting Store, specializing in natural wellness during and after pregnancy for mom and baby. "When I opened The Bundle Store in 2013 with the help of The Community Loan Fund, my goal was to build an open and casual space that brought awareness to and connected all of the many options of birth and parenting that exist in the Capital Region," says owner Amber Chaves.