If you’re a woman business owner—whether you’re a startup or a long-time entrepreneur—you know that getting the money you need to operate and grow your business is critical to success. But finding those funds isn’t always easy—and it isn’t easy to tell which type of funding will work for your situation. That’s why Bank of America and Seneca Women created this Access to Capital Directory. It puts at your fingertips hundreds of organizations providing funding for women-owned businesses across the U.S.
A good place to start is to learn how to use this Directory and to learn more about the types of capital included by visiting the About page. You can also start your search using the Search Tool below.
Featured Sources of Capital
Early Stage, Growth Stage, Late Stage • $100,000
Provides the capital, coaching, and connections entrepreneurs need to grow great businesses that create jobs and wealth in their communities.
Capita3 is an early stage venture capital fund investing in women startup founders and the companies they’re building.
We believe the best way to support girls and women is with direct deposits.
Act One Ventures is a community-focused, early-stage venture capital firm leading pre-seed and seed rounds in ecommerce infrastructure, vertical SaaS, and fintech.
The CPCDC prides itself in nurturing business of all sizes with loans in its portfolio as small as $5,000. On the other end of the spectrum, the CPCDC can independently offer loan funding up to $300,000.
Early Stage, Seed
We invest in companies – regardless of their founders’ gender – that can prove to us that they are creating a measurable economic benefit that puts more money in the wallets of women.
The Innovate Capital Growth Fund will fund small business in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and other mid-Atlantic states, says The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Offering business advice and support, these centers are now available in all 50 states, reports Small Business Trends.
Amazon Web Services’ Impact Accelerator will target early-stage startups led by Black, Latino, LGBTQIA+ and women founders, reports TechCrunch.
An unparalleled opportunity for women to earn a certificate in business from this Ivy League university, through a free online program made possible by Bank of America.