Introducing CAMEO’s CDFI Essentials 2022 Cohort; CAMEO Regranting!

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CDFI Essentials Cohort

We are excited to announce our list of 12 CDFI Essentials 2022 Cohort members with you! This is our largest cohort yet with 8 organizations from out of state.

Black Cooperative Investment Fund,Brightpoint, California Capital FDC, Colorado Agricultural Future Loan Program, Community Initiatives for Collective Impact, Community Investment Collaborative, Del Norte Econ Dev Corp, Greater Bay Brook Alliance Maryland, Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama, Pathway Capital Funding/ Palm Beach County Black Business Investment Corporation,Rende Progress Capital, Tools for Change Miami.

CAMEO Regranting

We are excited to report that in 2021, we subgranted almost $800,000 to 21 organizations through our Loan Loss Reserve Program (thanks Union Bank) and the California Relief Grant Cohort. Congrats to:

Accessity, Alliance for Community Development, Arcata EDC, Bethel LA CDC, Centro Community Partners, CIELO, COOK Alliance, EDFC, El Pajaro CDC, Feed the Hunger Fund, First Community Capital, Fresno Area Hispanic Foundation Indian Dispute Resolution Services, MEDA, Oakland Indie Alliance, OmniWorks Opening Doors, Prospera, TMC Community Capital, and Uptima Entrepreneur Cooperative.

Taking The Pulse of Small Biz Climate

Please fill out our survey to take a quick pulse of the small business climate.

It’s four questions and if it takes more than a minute of your time, Heidi will buy you a beer/wine at the next in person meeting. And you’ll be entered in a drawing for a free La Cocina cookbook!

Feel free to pass along to business owners and share on social media.

The deadline for the survey is next Friday, February 25, 2022.

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