Maine's largest retail food co-op; loan for store renovations and for working capital.
A cohousing project in development; loan for "common house" construction.
A worker owned medical paper recycler created by South Providence Community Development Corp.; loan for start up funding and equipment purchases.
An employee-owned fundraising contractor; loan for start-up costs.
A nonprofit childcare provider; loan to purchase property for expansion.
A nonprofit healthcare provider; loans to purchase previously rented building and to purchase insurance.
A nonprofit developer of housing; loan to purchase property for accessibility renovation.
A 29 year old worker-owned computer programming company offering a full range of software design and development services, as well as PRO-IV training and support; loan for working capital.
A wholesaler and marketer of Third World goods including coffee and teas produced by cooperatives; loans for start-up and to increase product line.
coffee, chocolate, nuts
A start up retail food cooperative entirely managed by volunteers; loan for equipment purchases and start up costs.
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