Supervisors give $45,000 to help entrepreneurs

  • Have difficulty accessing funding from traditional sources
  • Seek an educational support system that is relevant to their business needs,
  • And are accepted into the Community Investment Collaborative program.

County Grants Administrator Pat Groot told the Board that two Fluvanna citizens already took the 14-week CIC class. One is starting a catering company and the other wants to build a skate park.

The class teaches essential business skills and offers micro financing to those who complete the course. Those who receive financing are mentored and they must give back to the community by networking with other hopeful entrepreneurs.

For more information about the program go to: – Ruthann Carr

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