Microloans | SNAP Financial Access

SPARK
YOUR SUCCESS

Small Business Loans from
SNAP Financial Access:

 

We’re more than a lender,
We’re an Ally.

 

The funding you need, the support you deserve.

 

 

SNAP has provided financial stability and assistance to families throughout the Inland NW for over 50 years. Now, through SNAP Financial Access, we’re helping new and growing small businesses thrive with essential funding and practical support.

 

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illustration of woman doing business

Prepare

Gather your business plan and financial documentation. Aren’t quite there yet? We can help with that.

 

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Apply

Complete our simple online application and submit
your documentation
(remember step one?) 

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Decide

Approved? Congrats! We’ll stay by your side with ongoing coaching & practical support. Not quite ready? You can try again in the future, and we’ll help you succeed in the meantime.

Launch your startup with confidence or take your business to the next level with the power of microloans.

We’re the only SBA-approved microlender in the Inland NW and we’re eager to help entrepreneurs connect with the funds they
need, from $500-$50k, even if you’ve experienced difficulty
getting approval from traditional lenders.

Prepare for whatever’s next.
Present assets shouldn’t limit
future success.

Your relationship with SNAP Financial Access doesn’t end when the loan clears. We offer ongoing training that will help your business remain strong and stable for many years to come. And If you need
to dream bigger than a microloan, we still have you covered. SFA
can also finance major investments like fleet vehicles and real estate.

Ready to boost your business?

Washington State and Federal fair housing and lending regulations apply. SNAP Financial Access promotes the financial health of our local economy by supporting small businesses and residents through coaching, education, and loan programs. We do business in accordance with the Federal Fair Housing Law and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act. SNAP charges fees for some services to those who can afford to pay. If a participant is required to pay a fee and feels that paying the fee will create a financial hardship, they may request a hardship waiver. ESL translation options are available.

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