Mountain Community Capital Fund Information

 


The  Mountain Community Capital Fund is a new loan guarantee fund for small business loans to entrepreneurs in Asheville and Buncombe County. It is a collaboration between Carolina Small Business Development  Fund, Mountain BizWorks, Self-Help Credit Union, The City of Asheville and Buncombe County.

The Mountain Community Capital Fund is sponsored by The City of Asheville, Buncombe County, Self-Help Ventures Fund (“Self-Help”), Carolina Small Business, and Mountain BizWorks, the Mountain Community Capital Fund (MCCF) aiming to provide debt financing to small business enterprises within the City of Asheville and Buncombe County.

This loan fund is especially intended for borrowers whose main weakness is lack of collateral. Entrepreneurs, especially entrepreneurs of color and borrowers with low-incomes, living within the City of Asheville or Buncombe County. This fund is intended for loans in the range of $5,000.00 to $70,000.00. Larger loan amounts may be considered. The program launched on Tuesday, August 27, 2019.

The Mountain Community Capital Fund


Apply for a Loan

 

Borrowers will need to show that they have the ability to make debt payments, and provide proof of their business’ viability.

Notice: Interested applicants should approach the lenders and fill out a standard small business application.

 

Carolina Small Business Development Fund

Self – Help Credit Union

MCCF@CarolinaSmallBusiness.org

 

Mountain BizWorks

Mountain BizWorks

MCCF@mountainbizworks.org

 

Self Help Credit Union

Carolina Small Business Development Center

MCCF@self-help.org

 


Partners

 

Mountain Community Capital Fund is made possible by the following community partners:

 

 


Contact Information

 

Rosanna Fox Mulcahy, Asheville Business Inclusion Manager
828-259-8050

 


Updated 11/13/2019


 

 

 

 

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