Community Development Financial Institutions in

Learn More about CDFI's and Small Business Resources in see here

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:

  • Community Development Loan Funds
  • Community Development Credit Unions
  • Community Development Banks - Including Thrifts and Holding Companies
  • Community Development Venture Capital Funds

close this section

Community Foundations Map
blue icon SBDC | red icon SCORE | green icon WBC |green icon Other SBA Partner | dollar icon CDFI
CDFI's in New York





Featured Government Grant Resources


Community Development Financial Institutions

Community Development Financial Institutions are basically financial institutions who possess the ability to provide credit and financial services to underserved industries and communities.







Federal and State Technology Partnership Program

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.




Cause Artist lists down the five health startups that are changing people’s views about health and wellness. These startups made use of their creative juices, and with tech know-how, have developed solutions to solve some of the world’s most complex health issues.









More Federal Domestic Assistance Programs


Complex Humanitarian Emergency and War-Related Injury Public Health Activities | Child Abuse and Neglect State Grants | Blood Disorder Program: Prevention, Surveillance, and Research  | Federal Real Property Assistance Program | Crow Tribe Water Rights Settlement |  Site Style by YAML | Grants.gov | Grants | Grants News | Sitemap | Privacy Policy


Edited by: Michael Saunders

© 2004-2020 Copyright Michael Saunders