Charles and Lacey needed an expansion for their wine tasting room to accommodate Cairdeas Winery’s growing popularity.
The ability to provide quality service regardless of a loan’s complexity is because of the quality and experience of the NWBDA staff.
Brightways Counseling Group pivots their clinic during the pandemic to help their clients and utilizes the 504 program to buy their buildings
Kiddie Academy was able to utilize the SBA 504 Program’s Energy Public Policy goal by replacing their building’s HVAC system.
2021 was a successful year for NWBDA and we were able to help a lot of small businesses. See the highlights of our year –
Tom and May turned to the SBA 504 program to help finance their 3rd Thai Bamboo restaurant construction project with NWBDA.
NWBDA is delighted to support Economic Development Alliance of Skagit County (EDASC) as they provide entrepreneurial support and workforce development.
Spokane Community College: Running Start for Careers, who provide scholarships for low income students to earn a college trade degree and high school diploma at the same time.
NWBDA is delighted to provide HopeWorks with a grant! They create and operate social enterprise businesses designed to provide paid training programs for low income residents.
NWBDA’s support will allow Central Oregon Veterans Ranch to increase outreach to veterans and connect them to vocational opportunities.
NWBDA Grant Recipient – Teen & Kid Closet, who cater to youth in need, providing them with good quality clothing and accessories for free.
The SBA 504 Loan Program has reached its authorized approval cap of $7.5 billion for the fiscal year (through September 30, 2021).