VHCDC

Our Goal: $1,000,000

Current Total:

$386,775

What's New

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Sep 11, 2009

New Web App Connects Entrepreneurs and Capital

Online Platform Helps Accredited Investors, Micro Lenders, Credit Unions, CDFIs, and CDCs Reach and Fund More Small Businesses

In response to an outcry in recent years from minority business owners for improved access and greater diversity of resources for capital and credit, MBE Capital Connect™ responds with an online platform that connects entrepreneurs and capital. This online application was specifically designed to ... View Full Article

Jul 31, 2008

FORUM CULTIVATES, LINKS ENTREPRENEURS AND CAPITAL

Non-Profit Spurs New Models for Financing Emerging Minority Business Enterprises

Starting a small business is a venture undertaken by a large number of Americans today, especially African-Americans, Hispanic/Latinos, and women. Sparked by a sudden career change (such as a lay-off or retirement), innovation, or simply the need or desire to generate additional income, entrepreneur ... View Full Article

Jul 16, 2007

Angels Descend on MBEs

Investors Seek Investment Opportunities with Top Minority and Women-Owned Ventures

Virginia Housing and Community Development Corporation (VHCDC) continues its pioneering initiatives to facilitate the flow of capital to Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) with the announcement of the 2007 MBE Capital Call Conference, Exhibition, and Venture Forum – September 20 & 21 in Hamp ... View Full Article

Dec 17, 2004

Non-Profit Initiative Opens Doors to Capital and Credit for Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (MWBEs)


Ask most minority or women-owned businesses what challenges they face in starting, growing, or expanding their business and they'll tell you capital and credit rank at the top of the list. Ask them what resources are available and you'll either hear dead silence or they'll describe some loan progra ... View Full Article

Oct 28, 2004

Non-Profit Promotes Renter Education


“Your Key To Quiet Enjoyment – Understanding the Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (VRLTA)” is a workshop conceived and promoted by Virginia Housing and Community Development Corporation and its community service partner, The Renting Center, LLC. The workshop provides renters an un ... View Full Article

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