Advancing economic opportunity, Borrowers, Community engagement, Early childhood, Immigrant and New American rights
- Posted by Tyana Smith
- On April 27, 2020
The COVID-19 crisis has forced small businesses and nonprofits around the world, including our Advance borrowers, to forget business as usual and respond in creative ways to best serve their community and survive—quickly. From delivering essential household goods and locally sourced food to staying connected with families by livestreaming nature walks, these businesses and organizations demonstrate the flexibility, resilience, and heart that make small businesses critical for communities to thrive.