Commitment to Action

100 Microloans to Disabled Veteran Entrepreneurs

Commitment by

Disabled Veterans Assistance Foundation

In 2011, The Disabled Veterans Assistance Foundation (DVAF) committed to a national launch of the first not-for-profit microfinance program for service-disabled veteran owned businesses. Over the course of a year, the Foundation dispensed microloans and offered pro-bono mentoring to 100 service-disabled veteran business owners across the country. This unique program created and saved jobs for disabled veterans who wanted to start, sustain or grow a small business.

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Commitment

100 Microloans to Disabled Veteran Entrepreneurs

Launched

2011

Est. Duration

1 year

Region

Northern America

Countries

United States of America

Commitment by

Disabled Veterans Assistance Foundation