The Tory Burch Foundation Capital Program powered by Bank of America provides women entrepreneurs in the United States the opportunity to access affordable loans through Community Lenders.
What is a Community Lender?
Community Lenders, also known as a Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), are local lenders that provide credit and financial services to underserved markets and populations, including women, to encourage and enhance economic growth and development. Our partnership program connects women entrepreneurs with local Community Lenders, who directly provide affordable loans to eligible women entrepreneurs.
How Do I Qualify?
The program is designed for women entrepreneurs with a sustainable business, a satisfactory credit rating, at least two years in business and a passion for growth. The eligibility of applicants is determined by our local Community Lenders. Please note that the Capital Program can only accommodate loans to businesses that are already operating and generating revenue.
How Do I Apply?
Complete our Loan Pre-Screening Form and someone from the Foundation will reach out to you to discuss your interest. If you meet initial requirements, we will connect you with a local Community Lender, also known as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), to formally apply for a loan