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Microloans

Supporting Small Food Businesses

Building our local food economy means supporting grassroots entrepreneurs who by the nature of their work improve food access, food justice and food security. Through our partnership with Tucson-based nonprofit, Community Investment Corporation, we are happy to provide low-cost, short-term microloans to local food entrepreneurs whose business goals complement the broader mission of the Community Food Bank.

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