Access Community Capital Fund (ACCF)
Access Community Capital Fund (ACCF) supports individuals, promising entrepreneurs with viable business plans to have access to financing not available from other sources. Funds are used to guarantee individual loans through partner financial institutions. The clients are typically entrepreneurs who have been running a business less than two years and or just starting a new business. The borrower may have no credit history, or may have a poor credit record due to unemployment, illness or unforeseen life events.
Futurpreneur offers aspiring entrepreneurs between the ages of 18 and 39 access to up to $15.000 in start-up financing and up to $30.000 in additional financing through a partnership with the Business Development Bank of Canada.
Rise Asset Development (Rise)
Rise Asset Development (Rise) provides loans to entrepreneurs with a history of mental health and /or addiction challenges. Rise operates with the support of the Rotman School of Management and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).
LaunchTO is a non-governmental organization that empower women through knowledge and financing. It combines microfinancing with experiential learning to launch a successful enterprise or to grow an existing one.