February 2024
Newsletter – Issue 76

Additional Grants

SBA 504 Effective Rates for February 2024

25-year6.39% / 6.41% Refi
20-year6.50% / 6.52% Refi
10-year6.54% / 6.58% Refi

9019 RE Holdings LLC is an affiliated company of Northwest Business Development Association. This affiliated entity also strives to invest in economic development and human capital by disbursing eligible grants to non-profit businesses, organizations, and other programs who provide support to the communities within the operating footprint of NWBDA.

This year, 9019 RE Holdings LLC was able to disburse additional grants in total of $60,000 to organizations devoted to making an impact to our local communities.

CCS Foundation – Spokane, WA

Mission: The CCS Foundation’s mission is to make the potential possible. With the belief that all students deserve access to a quality, affordable education, they open the path to sustainable economic opportunities for students and create a pipeline of talented individuals to meet the region’s workforce needs. Their work is to provide students to reach their potential. Their efforts are focused on scholarships and emergency aid to CCS’s 20,000 students and program support to CCS’s 120+ programs. More than anything else, though, their students are the future of Spokane’s workforce. Spokane County is the largest labor market in eastern Washington and northern Idaho. CCS is not only the region’s only community college system, the students live, study, and ultimately work here. They are future local nurses, automotive maintenance technicians, chefs, small business owners, teachers, and more.

Grant Funds: The grant funds will support the Tools for Tradespeople Pilot Program initiated by the CCS Foundation. The focus is on furnishing fully equipped first-year machining toolboxes for the machining program. Students will utilize these toolkits throughout their program and retain them upon graduation, ensuring they have their own set of tools for future employment opportunities.

Donate or Follow CSS Foundation:
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Spokane Workforce Council
– Spokane, WA

Mission: A non-profit organization whose mission is to elevate local workforce efforts with critical insights, researched guidance, innovative funding, and strategic partnership in order to cultivate a flourishing Spokane.

Grant Funds: Grant funds will be utilized prudently to bolster the 21st Century Skills Academy of the Next Generation Zone, dedicated to equipping individuals aged 16-24 for the workforce.

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Women’s Resource
Center of North Central
Washington –
Wenatchee, WA

Mission: The Women’s Resource Center provides individuals and families experiencing poverty and homelessness with the housing and supportive services they need to be part of a healthy, diverse community.

Grant Funds: Individuals and families served by Women’s Resource Center of North Central Washington (WRC) are often very low income and are just one emergency away from lapsing into homeless. Grant funds will be used towards micro-loans or grants managed by WRS to assist in getting reliable transportation for work, car repairs, purchase tools or clothing for employment, obtain IDs or other source documents for employment, and/or other expenses to help keep their families healthy and safe. This assistance can mean the difference between a family remaining in homelessness or breaking free.

Donate, Volunteer,
or Follow WRC:

NWBDA and 9019 RE Holdings, LLC are so grateful for the opportunity to offer these additional grants, contributing to the growth and success of our communities.

Western Washington

Elizabeth Rusnak
(425) 286-6673

Southwestern Washington/
North Oregon
Jim Bright
(360) 521-5704

Evan Heriot
(541) 228-5015

Western Washington

Mark Beppler
(425) 505-3263

Eastern Washington/North Idaho

James Doehle
(509) 394-4580

January’s Loan Fundings

NWBDA funded 8 new
projects for the total amount
of $24,872,168

January’s​ Loan Approvals

NWBDA approved 4 new
projects for the total amount
of $8,923,000

In the month of January​,
NWBDA helped
create 33 new jobs
in the local communities

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