Type of Fund
Stage of Capital

100 Black Angels & Allies Fund I

The mission of 100 Black Angels & Allies Fund I is to align smart, affluent, innovative and skilled Black and ally capital to build a scalable and sustainable Black technology, startup entrepreneurship and venture ecosystem that powers a global diasporic engine and platform.
Early Stage
Atlanta, Georgia

1843 Capital

Founded in 2016 by Tracy Killoren Chadwell as an early-stage venture capital firm, 1843 Capital focuses on AgeTech—technology for older adults and their caregivers, and longevity. We invest differently—valuing diverse founders and board members—and we engage differently, with capital, counsel, and connectivity.
Venture Capital
Seed, Series A, Series B
New York, New York, Washington, D.C.

1863 Ventures

The 1863 Venture Fund I believes that by providing appropriately aligned capital to New Majority entrepreneurs, we can support individual, enterprise, and community wealth creation. The Fund leverages funding and active engagement to drive revenue and job creation.
Public Welfare Investment Fund
Pre-Seed, Seed
Washington, District Of Columbia
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2045 Ventures

2045 ventures invests in pre-seed and seed stage startups led by immigrant, female, or underrepresented founders. Generalist: we focus on early-stage Climate-tech, Health-tech, and Fin-tech
Venture Capital
Pre-Seed, Seed
Los Angeles, California
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3CORE is a private, nonprofit corporation that works as the economic development planning and coordinating agency for California's Tri-County region, composed of Butte, Glenn and Tehama counties and the nine member cities located therein. We will help you secure your next small business loan.
Chico, California
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500 Startups Global Flagship Fund

Based out of San Francisco, our global flagship funds include a series of five funds that invest across regions and industries. Created in 2010, the first flagship fund was our first fund ever that helped us start the SF-based accelerator program that we are still known for to this day.
Venture Capital
Pre-Seed, Seed
San Francisco, California

645 Ventures

We are an institution founded and led by African-Americans who celebrate diversity and equal opportunity. We invest across different markets and remain open to a variety of new businesses.
Venture Capital
Seed, Series A
New York, New York

Access Plus Capital (formerly Fresno Community Development Financial Institution)

Access Plus Capital is a mission-driven small business lender. Our business is to grow small businesses and jobs in Central California by connecting entrepreneurs to capital and advice they need to be successful.
Early Stage, Late Stage
Bakersfield, California, Fresno, California, Modesto, California
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Accessity's mission is to open doors of financial opportunity for entrepreneurs, particularly people of color, women, and immigrants. By providing educational support and term loans from $300 to $100,000, it helps entrepreneurs start or grow their small businesses.
Later Stage, Seed
San Diego, California
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Accion Opportunity Fund (formerly Opportunity Fund)

Accion Opportunity Fund is a financial support system for small businesses that advances racial, gender, and economic justice for all.
Los Angeles, California, San Jose, California
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