Small Business Funding
Where's the Money?
Connect with small business assistance agencies that can help you to put together the right funding program or combination of programs relative to your small business needs, or view alternative funding sources.
Local Small Business Resource Partners
Alaska Village Initiatives
Provides small loans ranging from under $100 to a maximum of $25,000 to prospective, small business borrowers and backed by the US SBA....View details
Alaska Department of Community & Economic Development
Offers tax information, county statistics, financing options and current information on what's happening in economic development in AK....View details
Statewide and Nationwide Small Business Resource Partners
Evergreen Community Development Association
A non-profit corporation partnering with the US SBA and private sector lenders to provide growing businesses with long-term, fixed-rate financing for major fixed assets, such as land and buildings.
Since its launch in 2005, Kiva’s mission has been to alleviate poverty by connecting people through microlending. As of August 2012, Kiva.org has enabled people to make over $340 million in loans...View details
ACCION USA is a private, nonprofit organization that provides microloans, business training and other financial services to low- and moderate-income entrepreneurs who are unable to access bank...View details
Fund A Scientist
Contact: George Kurzon, M.D.
Fund A Scientist is a website where individuals or institutions with
funding can seek out scientists with innovative projects and provide
U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development
USDA Rural Development provides financial and technical resources in rural areas in order to support community and economic development opportunities, as well as improve quality of life issues....View details