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COVID-19 Loans

We're here for you in these uncertain times and we want to help see your business through the COVID-19 crisis. Community First Fund offer loans to small businesses in moderate to low income communities. Learn about the types of loans we have available. Then apply for a loan!

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We've Grown!

Effective July 1, 2020, Community First Fund and FINANTA, a Philadelphia-based CDFI, joined forces as one, larger entity that now allows us to have a greater impact and drive change in the communities we serve. Over the next several months, our newly expanded team will be working together to develop best practices and implement technological efficiencies to advance our integrated organization.

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Invest In Your Community

Community First Fund relies on the support of individuals and institutions that are committed to investing in people’s lives and communities. Your support will help build healthy communities by aiding entrepreneurs who are seeking to start or expand a small business, increasing jobs, offering food and healthcare resources, revitalizing neighborhoods and creating new housing opportunities for low and moderate income families.

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Our Response to COVID-19

The world is currently experiencing challenging and uncertain times with the COVID-19 pandemic. As we continue to monitor the ever-changing situation, we are responding to this outbreak by adapting our daily office operations to help keep our staff, clients, and communities healthy and safe.

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25 Years of Transforming Communities

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Important Application Notice for Round 2 of the SBA Paycheck Protection Program

Whether you are applying for a second SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan or looking to apply for the first time, Community First Fund has you covered. Visit our dedicated page to learn how to apply.

IMPORTANT! Please take the time to read the information on our PPP page very carefully, as we have two different application processes.