Our Partners & Funders

Our Partners and Funders

The following companies and organizations recognize the significant impact of providing refugees, immigrants and low-income individuals with access to the financing and tools required to start their own small business.

Their support provides EDG with the opportunity to continue to increase awareness of this important issue, and to raise much needed funds to further our mission: to promote opportunities for self-sufficiency to low-to moderate-income people through sustainable economic and community development initiatives.

Funding Services

Federal Government

Department of Health and Human Services (ORR)

Department of Treasury

Small Business Administration

State and Local Government

Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development

Arlington County

Fairfax County CCFP

City of Alexandria

Montgomery County

Banks & Financial Corporations

Capital One Foundation

E*TRADE

HSBC Bank USA

Wells Fargo

TD Bank

PNC

Intuit Financial Freedom Foundation

Virginia Community Action Partnership

Anonymous Foundation

Partners

Arlington Department of Libraries

Arlington Employment Center

Arlington Department of Community Planning, Housing and Development

Arlington Department of Human Services

Arlington Economic Development/BizLaunch

Association for Enterprise Opportunity

Business Development Assistance Group

CASA of Virginia

Catholic Charities

Center for Multicultural Human Services

Diversity Newcomers Community Services Center

D.C. Refugee Center

ECDC African Community Center

Empowered Women International

Hopkins House

Just Neighbors

Lutheran Social Services

Montgomery County Department of Economic Development

Montgomery College Refugee Center

Northern Virginia Family Service

Rappahannock Goodwill Industries

Skill Source Group Virginia Community Economic Network

Washington Area Community Investment Fund

Thank You!

Sponsors

Intuit

wells Fargo


Action

SBA


capital one

ACF