Emergency Microloan Program
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Greenline Ventures has partnered with the Zoma Foundation to extend the Emergency Microloan Program (the “Program”) through an additional tranche of funds. This second tranche will be allocated towards small businesses (not just those that are minority, women, or veteran-owned) located in communities throughout the western slope of Colorado, with a specific focus on Grand Junction. The goal of the Program is to enable these small businesses to continue operations and retain/support employees through this challenging period of economic trouble and uncertainty.
How We're Differentiated
Greenline's pricing and terms are generally more favorable compared to market rate capital. Our diverse experience in direct lending, investment banking, and capital markets enables us to develop creative and flexible financing solutions for our borrowers.
We are committed to leveraging our knowledge, experience, and community resources to invest in businesses that generate a positive and sustainable economic, social, and/or environmental impact in low-income communities and for disadvantaged groups.
The firm was established and is managed by a group of highly experienced, dedicated members who have a track record of impact and success. Our team has worked together for over 18 years providing capital to underserved businesses and communities.
Greenline is a minority-controlled and employee-owned company that is headquartered in Denver, CO and maintains an office in Washington, D.C. We have a national service scope and have substantial experience investing in various low-income markets across the U.S.