We know our services make an impact, so we decided to create and pilot a program for the formerly incarcerated: Ready for Release.
Both Ventures and FareStart have developed strategies to expand our mission by providing consulting to other organizations. We want to reflect on seven of the lessons that we have learned.
At Ventures, we look at the people behind the loans.
We are calling this our “food justice” campaign because we know that food entrepreneurs with limited resources face an uphill battle because of a lack of access to capital and other barriers.
We are proud that 73% of all Ventures entrepreneurs and 78% of Ventures staff are women.
Let's get real. We'll bring the lunch. You'll bring your experiences.
Starting a business is complicated—especially when doing it in a foreign country and in a different language.
Gracias a todos los emprendedores que han participado en nuestro programa en los últimos 10 años, el éxito es de ustedes.
Learn more about how our Executive Director’s personal journey led him to start the first Latino microbusiness program in the region.
“What is the site about? It says nothing on here.”