Grameen America is proud to partner with leading companies who share our commitment to empower low-income women entrepreneurs to build small businesses and create economic opportunity in their communities.
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Grameen America is excited to announce the opening of its first branch in Miami. We are proud to partner with JPMorgan Chase & Co, whose lead support provided catalytic funds to help Grameen America expand to this new community. More than 20 percent of women in Miami-Dade county are living in poverty. Grameen America’s new branch will provide Miami’s underserved women entrepreneurs access to small loans to start or expand their businesses and greater ability to provide for their families.
Focused on social entrepreneurship, Apax Foundation supports Grameen America’s microloan program across the United States to empower low-income women entrepreneurs to provide better lives for themselves and their families.
Committed to community development, Banco Popular is a strong partner of Grameen America’s mircroloan program in Puerto Rico.
Investing in communities to strengthen and prepare them for robust economic futures, Capital One and the Capital One Foundation support Grameen’s microloan portfolio growth, technology and capacity building initiatives to help us scale and empower more low-income women entrepreneurs.
Citi is a strong partner of Grameen America providing support for technology initiatives and our core microloan, asset- and credit-building programs.
With a mission to support financial capability, small business development and community development, JPMorgan committed lead funding to support Grameen America’s efforts to expand to Miami in 2017.
MaterCard Center for Inclusive Growth is partnering with Grameen America to introduce financial technology solutions to enhance our ability to promote digital financial access and inclusion for low-income minority women entrepreneurs across the United States.
MetLife Foundation supports Grameen America through efforts to help innovate our technology and asset-building products for low-income women entrepreneurs.
PIMCO Foundation supports Grameen America’s microloan program in New York City.
Grameen America is proud to partner with the Prudential Foundation, which is deeply committed to supporting financial security and economic equality. The Prudential Foundation is an anchor funder of Grameen America’s Newark, NJ program.
Through its commitment to sustainable neighborhoods and capacity building, the PSEG Foundation supports Grameen America’s microloan, asset, and credit-building program in Newark, NJ.
Sam’s Club Giving Program supports Grameen America’s microloan program in assisting our most successful members with microloans as they embark on the next phase of business growth.
The Sara Blakely Foundation is an anchor sponsor of the Grameen America Social Business Fund which aims to raise up to $25 million in loan capital for Grameen America’s microloan portfolio, supporting more than 100,000 low-income female entrepreneurs across the U.S.
SunTrust Foundation supports financial education for women entrepreneurs in Grameen America’s Charlotte, NC branch.
Synchrony provides funding to support Grameen America’s core microloan, asset- and credit-building programs to empower low-income women entrepreneurs provide a better life for themselves and their families.
The TD Charitable Foundation, the giving arm of TD Bank, supports Grameen America’s core microloan, asset - and credit-building and financial education program in multiple cities including: Boston, Charlotte, Miami, Newark and New York.
TD Charitable Foundation
Whole Planet Foundation invested in Grameen America’s first branch in Jackson Heights, Queens, NY. A strong supporter in alleviating poverty worldwide through entrepreneurship, Whole Planet Foundation has funded microloans in every new Grameen America branch.
Whole Planet Foundation