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Accessity, formerly Accion serving Southern California, opens the doors of financial opportunity for entrepreneurs through access to small business loans from $300 to $100,000 and a community of support and resources.

Christine Sanchez

Phone: (951) 206-6299

3780 Market Street
Riverside, CA 92501

Alliance of Black Women Accountants

The Alliance of Black Women Accountants is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the retention, empowerment, support and mentoring of women of color in the accounting profession. A cornerstone of our mission is partnering with youth, religious, educational, and other organizations to educate females about the accounting profession while providing access to resources such as scholarships and internships. We also collaborate with others in the community to promote financial literacy programs and provide assistance in accounting and taxation.

Nefertiti Long

Phone: (909) 318-0331

P.O. Box 508
Etiwanda, CA 91739

AmPac Business Capital

From start up to small and mid-size business, AmPac Business Capital provides affordable direct loans from $5,000 - $100,000 to help businesses to scale. As a partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration, AmPac finances commercial real estate, equipment and improvements for small businesses seeking to own their own building. AmPac’s business is SMALL BUSINESS and our vision is to make communities better and families stronger as Champions of Job Makers – SMALL BUSINESSES.

Brandon Sellers

Phone: (909) 915-1706

22365 Barton Road, Suite 304
Grand Terrace, CA 92313

Asociacion de Emprendedor@s

We are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which mission is to educate, motivate, empower and develop the leadership & business skills of the Spanish speaking community in the United States, emphasizing the integration of our members to the economic development of their Cities, Counties and States respectively.

Monica Robles

Phone: (714) 627-2671

473 E. Carnegie Dr.
Suite 200
San Bernardino, CA 93408

Black Cooperative Investment Fund

BCIF is a 501(c)3, community-based organization that provides microloans ranging from $5,000 to $20,000 to the Black community in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Orange Counties.

Robert Lewis

Phone: (310) 904-6336 Ext: 700

6080 Center Drive, 6th floor
Los Angeles, CA 90045

CDC Small Business Finance

Work with a leading small business lender, award-winning nonprofit and advocate for entrepreneurs. Over four decades, we have provided more than $18 billion in funding to 11,000 borrowers...and counting. We offer general small business loans that range from $10k-$500k and commercial real estate financing from $250k to $40M or more.

April Lewis

Phone: (714) 356-9978


Centro Community Partners

Centro Community Partners (Centro) is a nonprofit organization that provides entrepreneurship training, financial literacy, access to capital and one-on-one business advisory services to help entrepreneurs start or grow their businesses.

Naldo Peliks

Phone: (510) 556-4249

825 Washington Street
Suite 228
Oakland, CA 94607

Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce

The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce (“Chamber”) continues to be the largest and most comprehensive business organization in the Chino Valley, serving companies of all sizes and across all industries. From entrepreneurial startups to large-establish

Zeb Welborn

Phone: (909) 627-6177

13150 7th St.
Chino, CA 91710

City of Eastvale

Eastvale is one of California's newest cities, founded in 2010. We have a young population of 73,700 with a median household income of $116,000. Eastvale is part of the award-winning Corona-Norco Unified School District and also within the 3rd fastest growing county in the U.S. Eastvale's residents are served by a system of 13 community and neighborhood parks, comprising more than 243 acres. Safety is a priority for our community. Eastvale is ranked #12 in SafeWise's 50 Safest Cities in California report.

Kimberly Wright

Phone: (951) 703-4480 Ext: 9517034480

12363 Limonite Ave, Suite 910
Eastvale, CA 91752

Clearinghouse Community Development Financial Institution (Clearinghouse CDFI)

Clearinghouse CDFI finances projects that create jobs & services to help people work, live, dream, grow, & thrive in healthy communities.

Kristy Ollendorff

Phone: (949) 525-4964

23861 El Toro Road
Suite 401
Lake Forest, CA 92630

Coachella Valley Economic Partnership

We are CVEP – the Coachella Valley Economic Partnership – and our mission is to incite vision-driven transformation in the Greater Palm Springs region.

Established in 1994, CVEP has emerged as a vital innovator of regional business development initiatives. The partnership promotes a diversified, year-round economy by facilitating programs that stimulate job creation in key industries through business attraction, retention and expansion.

Laura James

Phone: (760) 340-1575 Ext: 107

3111 E Tahquitz Canyon Way
Palm Springs, CA 92262

Coachella Valley Small Business Development Center

The Coachella Valley Small Business Development Center (CVSBDC), offers no-cost, one-on-one business consulting services and training to aspiring entrepreneurs and existing business owners.

Joaquin Tijerina

Phone: (760) 863-2529

44-199 Monroe Street
Suite B
Indio, CA 92201

Coachella Valley Women's Business Center

CVWBC is a program of the U.S. Small Business Administration hosted by the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship at Jack H Brown College of Business and Public Administration. Our mission is to counsel, teach, encourage, and inspire entrepreneurs.

Kim Shelton

Phone: (760) 851-5269


County of Riverside Community Action Partnership (CAP Riverside)

CAP Riverside's Savings for Success is an asset-building program which provides a savings match, training, and resources, in connection with other service providers, to facilitate opportunities toward starting or expanding a business.

Monica Santana

Phone: (951) 955-4802

2038 Iowa Avenue, Suite B-102
Riverside, CA 92507


Springboard Nonprofit Consumer Credit Management, Inc. d/b/a credit.org is a non-profit consumer credit management organization formed in 1974. Our mission is simple: our people improve the lives and financial well-being of individuals and families by providing quality financial education, credit counseling, debt management, student loan counseling, and housing counseling. We are accredited by the Council on Accreditation, signifying the highest standards for agency governance, fiscal integrity, counselor certification and service delivery policies.

Melinda Opperman

Phone: (800) 449-9818

4351 Latham Street
Riverside, CA 92501

Customized Training Solutions, Riverside Community College District

Customized Training Solutions (CTS) provides employee training that creates a sustainable advantage keeping the workforce and the organization relevant. We offer high-impact programs that improve productivity and morale; plus, we go further by offering assistance with value-added business models and strategic market planning that increases market relevance.

We are in an era of hyper-competition. Today, it’s either disrupt or be disrupted. Pioneer or perish. Transform or terminate. Innovate or disintegrate. Contact CTS today and allow us to build a positive culture that enhances performance, productivity and profits.

Mark Mitchell

Phone: (951) 571-6477

23555 Meyer Drive
Riverside, CA 92518

ExCITE Riverside

ExCITE is Riverside's startup incubator for high tech, high growth science and technology startups that provides 24/7 coworking space, offices, networking, workshops, and access to mentors.

Jennifer Yturralde

Phone: (951) 827-7947

3499 Tenth Street
Riverside, CA 92501

First Community Capital

To promote economic opportunities and financial well-being for underserved populations and distressed communities, including rural areas, through access to innovative microloans and the provision of technical assistance and training.

Jay Diallo

Phone: (951) 249-5767

11801 Pierce St
Suite 200
Riverside, CA 92505

ICIC - Initiative for a Competitive Inner City

Inner City Capital Connections (ICCC) is a tuition-free executive leadership training program designed by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) to help business owners in economically-distressed areas build capacity for sustainable growth in revenue, profitability, and employment.

Anna Marie Cruz

Phone: (617) 238-1740

56 Warren Street #300
Roxbury, MA 02119

Inland Counties Legal Services Small Business Clinic

ICLS Small Business Clinic provides free legal assistance for business owners in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. The Clinic offers business owners the opportunity to meet with attorneys and receive advice on formation, operation, regulations, and COVID-19 concerns.

Matt Kugizaki

Phone: (951) 320-7516

1040 Iowa Ave., Ste. 109
Riverside, CA 92507

Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship (IECE)

Based at California State University San Bernardino, the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship (IECE) supports & celebrates entrepreneurship & small business by providing innovative programs and educational resources. IECE is recognized as a Top 35 Globally Recognized Program for for Fostering Entrepreneurship.

In the community, IECE meets the needs of existing and startup entrepreneurs by offering business consulting services, student internship resources, and entrepreneurial training programs that help them achieve greater levels of success in their business ventures. On campus, IECE continues to coordinate academic programs that lead to business degrees in entrepreneurship for undergraduate and graduate students as well as delivering experiential learning and student support programs such as the Garner Holt Fast Pitch Competition, Lunch with an Entrepreneur events, CSUSB Innovation Challenge, and Catalyst Business Accelerator.

Michael Stull

Phone: (909) 537-3708

5500 University Parkway
San Bernardino, CA 92407

Inland Empire Economic Partnership

The IEEP is focused on building a future wherein the many unique communities and sub-regions which make up the Inland Empire have collectively and successfully addressed current deficits in human capital, transportation infrastructure, educational attainment, environmental quality and political influence, transforming our region into an economically and politically vibrant region to rival that of any in the world. The Inland Empire will boast thriving communities with the ability to adapt quickly to changing environmental, social and economic climates.

John Orta

Phone: (909) 944-2201

10630 Town Center Drive
Suite 102
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Inland Empire Small Business Development Center - Ontario

IESBDC is hosted by the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship which a program within California State University, San Bernardino, which delivers a wide range of programs and services to existing or aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners.

Paul Nolta

Phone: (909) 983-5005

603 N. Euclid Avenue
Ontario, CA 91762

Inland Empire Small Business Development Center - Riverside

IESBDC is hosted by the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship which a program within California State University, San Bernardino, which delivers a wide range of programs and services to existing or aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners.

Paul Nolta

Phone: (951) 781-2345

3780 Market St.
Riverside, CA 92501

Inland Empire Women In Manufacturing Network

Our manufacturers need assistance building a talented workforce and women continue to be under-represented in this industry. Our vision is to unify and diversify the Inland Empire workforce by supporting, empowering, and inspiring women into manufacturing career pathways!

Debbie Brown

Phone: (909) 456-8900

3200 E. Guasti Rd #100
Ontario, CA 91761

Inland Empire Women's Business Center

The Inland Empire Women's Center (IEWBC) provides business counseling, training, and mentoring to aspiring and existing women business owners in Inland Southern California.

Jackie Scott

Phone: (909) 890-1242

1003 E. Cooley Drive
Suite 109
Colton, CA 92324

Inland Futures Foundation of the San Bernardino Community College District

The Inland Futures Foundation (IFF) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) public charity focused on fundraising for the San Bernardino Community College District. IFF is committed to being an integral and responsive contributor to the economic vitality and workforce development needs of the Inland Empire. We value being proactive in addressing the workforce training needs of businesses by delivering innovative training solutions delivered by qualified, experienced and competent trainers. We believe that our business practices should be based on ethical behavior, serving our customers as they want to be served, and respecting diversity in our customers and coworkers. Our focus areas include Free College Promise, Empire | KVCR, FNX, and Workforce Development.

Ashley Gaines

Phone: (909) 382-4074

114 South Del Rosa Drive
San Bernardino, CA 92408

Main Street Launch

Main Street Launch's mission is to create economic opportunity by empowering entrepreneurs. Through innovative partnerships we provide business owners with capital, education, and relationships that allow them to flourish. Our collaborative approach helps our clients create jobs and stimulates economic development in low-to-moderate income communities. Through our core services we help small businesses expand in size, increase their profits, and reach their goals.

Darius Mahajer

Phone: (760) 563-8387

7040 Avenida Encinas
STE 104
Carlsbad, CA 92011

Murrieta Innovation Center

City run business incubator that specializes in Biotechnology and Genomics

James Wurtz

Phone: (951) 461-6021

26442 Beckman Court
Murrieta, Ca 92562

National Association of Women Business Owners Inland Empire

Founded in 1975 by a group of like-minded businesswomen to serve as the voice of women business owners and advocate on behalf of their entrepreneurial interests, NAWBO is proud to carry on that legacy and serve as the collective voice for women entrepreneurs of this generation and the next in the Nation’s Capital and state capitols across the country.

Vikita Poindexter

Phone: (951) 703-2266

P.O. Box 1501
333 E. Arrow Highway
Uplands, CA 91785

National Latina Business Women of Inland Empire

Our mission is to empower Latinas to develop their business and professional goals through education and collaboration.

Maria Molina Solano

Phone: (909) 204-7450

9551 Pittsburgh Ave., Suite 250
Rancho Cucamonga, California 91730

NPHS, Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services

NPHS builds stronger communities by creating innovative housing and economic solutions that advance the well-being of people, vitality of neighborhoods, creation of jobs and sustainability of the environment.

RaShawna Fahie

Phone: (909) 204-7459

9551 Pittsburgh Ave
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Oak Valley College

Oak Valley College is a local Christian college where you earn a WASC Accredited in-person Bachelor’s in Business in two years and eight months with NO student loans.

Stacey Syrocki

Phone: (909) 265-4804

2759 Ayala Dr
Rialto, CA 92377

Operation HOPE

Operation HOPE is a non profit, Financial Empowerment organization, that specializes in programming in the areas of Credit and Money Management, Small Business Entrepreneurship, and First Time Homeownership.

Alex Alvarez

Phone: (323) 697-6202

5701 South Eastern Avenue, Suite 108
Commerce, CA 90040

Opportunity Fund

Accion Opportunity Fund provides diverse, determined small businesses owners with access to capital, networks, and coaching. Accion Opportunity Fund, a nonprofit organization that has provided business loans to small business owners for more than 25 years. They are one of the leading nonprofit lenders to small businesses in the country, and a founding member and signatory to the Small Business Borrower’s Bill of Rights.

The loan terms are transparent, and the loans are easy to get, fast, and affordable.

Lindsay Chung

Phone: (323) 440-1541

5701 South Eastern Avenue
Suite 120
City of Commerce, CA 90040

Procurement Technical Assistance Center

The Procurement Technical Assistance Center provide “specialized assistance” to business to enable them to identify potential contractual opportunities and perform under contracts with federal, state, and local governments. The PTAC is the only federally authorized Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) providing its services to Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

Julie Padilla

Phone: (951) 571-6442

23555 Meyer Drive
Riverside, CA 92518

Riverside Community College District Small Business Technical Assistance Expansion Program (SB TAEP)

The California Small Business Technical Assistance Expansion Program (SB TAEP) provides one-on-one, confidential consulting and training to help small businesses and entrepreneurs start, expand, facilitate investment and create jobs in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. The SB TAEP program provides services to underserved business groups, including women, minority and veteran-owned businesses and businesses in low-wealth, rural and disaster-impacted communities. Our 1:1 Counseling Services will assist you with your business development needs and help you become 'procurement ready'.

Christopher Earl

Phone: (951) 571-6480

23555 meyer drive
March Air Reserve Base, CA 92518

Riverside County Economic Development Agency

The Office of Economic Development’s mission is to elevate the economic position of the county and foster economic vitality, encourage business growth, build a positive business climate, preserve and enhance neighborhoods, improve the quality of life, provide and promote cultural and learning opportunities for all.

Jason Tang

Phone: (951) 955-9078

3403 10th Street
Suite 300
Riverside, CA 92501

Small Business Majority

Small Business Majority is a national small business organization that empowers America's diverse entrepreneurs to build a thriving and equitable economy through advocacy of public policy solutions and small business resources. Our deep connections with the small business community along with our scientific research enable us to educate the public about key issues impacting America's entrepreneurs, with a special focus on advancing the smallest businesses and those facing systemic inequalities.

Josaline Cuesta

Phone: (323) 410-1311


Start Small Think Big

Start Small Think Big is a non-profit organization that helps BIPOC small business owners build businesses in underserved areas of California to increase their personal financial security and build their communities. We have offices in San Jose, Oakland and New York City. However, we offer free services to any business owner who qualifies in the state of California.

Grey Torrico

Phone: (646) 863-6671 Ext: 101

2880 Zanker Road
San Jose, CA 95134

Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange

The Temecula Valley Entrepreneur’s Exchange fosters business growth and economic vitality for entrepreneurs and innovative early stage companies, by providing access to technology and high quality resources, and leveraging a strong network of community partners.

Our Incubator program offers low cost, scalable office space in a collaborative environment.

Our Incubator and Resource Center can assist entrepreneurs with:
Collaborating with other startups
Connecting with advisors and mentors
Developing a business plan
Educational workshops and Seminars

Charles Walker

Phone: (951) 694-6468

43200 Business Park Dr.
Temecula, CA 92590

UCR's EPIC SBDC - Entrepreneurial Proof of concept and Innovation Center - Small Business Development Center

UC Riverside’s EPIC SBDC provides individualized support to early stage tech entrepreneurs and companies in the Inland Empire to grow their businesses at no cost. Services include specialized consulting, training programs and workshops, access to capital and SBIR/STTR assistance. EPIC SBDC has a pool of seasoned professionals who serve as Entrepreneurs in Residence to provide business consulting to help you launch or grow you company.

Scott Brovsky

Phone: (951) 468-5026

3403 10th Street, Suite 120
Riverside, CA 92501

UMakers Makerspace

We startup Startups! We are membership club that provides access to equipment (3d printers, laser cutters, cnc routers, cnc milling machines, wide format vinyl print and cut machine, an electronics bench with testing equipment.

Rob Perhamus

Phone: (909) 234-3369

1326 Monte Vista Avenue
Unit 3
Upland, CA 91786

World Be Well

Regenerative economic development from opportunities hiding in plain sight.Our focus is sustainable, accessible food, combined with workforce development and economic equity.

Gurumantra Khalsa

Phone: (951) 640-3868

4108 Watkins Dr
Riverside, CA 92507

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