Community Action Program, Inc. of Western Indiana


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765-362-4096
2985 Industrial Blvd
Crawfordsville, Indiana 47933

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Small Business Loans

Small Business Loans

Are available to expand an existing business or start a business. Our program can assist in providing needed capital. The business and the owner must reside in one of our six counties (Benton, Fountain, Montgomery, Parke, Vermillion, or Warren).

Revolving Loan Program

Starting a business is something that many people dream of, but many lack the resources to put their idea in place. Community Action has a revolving loan program which helps individuals fulfill their dreams.

The amount of the loan and the time frame for repayment depends on the amount needed and the ability to pay back the loan.

Our loans can be blended with other sources of financing for larger investments, however, keep in mind when starting a new business that starting small may be best.

If you are saying to yourself, “I would love to start my own business, but I don’t have the slightest clue about how to get started,” we can help!

We start out with a training about your business strengths and weaknesses plus there are small business support groups that can be of assistance when starting a new business.

If you reside in Benton, Clay, Fountain, Jasper, Montgomery, Newton, Parke, Putnam, Vermillion, Vigo, or Warren county, we may be able to help you achieve your dream!

So if you are thinking of starting a business or are wanting to expand your current business, contact Alice Young at (765) 793-4881 or by email at ayoung@capwi.org

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Community Action Program, Inc. of Western Indiana located at
Marry Sloan
2985 Industrial Blvd
Crawfordsville, IN 47933
Phone:#765-362-4096
Mission Statement:
To empower communities, families, and individuals toward self-sufficiency by removing the causes and conditions of poverty through services, support, and education.