NEPA Circle of Aunts and Uncles microloan recipients :: Wayne County Community Foundation
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NEPA Circle of Aunts and Uncles microloan recipients

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06272022Picture2.jpgThe Wayne County Community Foundation is excited to announce their first round of NEPA Circle of Aunts and Uncles microloan recipients! Meet Raymond Collins from Newfoundland. Ray is the founder of Kaizen Snacks, a small-scale operation producing healthy and flavorful nut and fruit snacks. Ray began his business in 2014 and has been slowly growing ever since. When the time came to make a push for expansion, Ray applied to the NEPA Circle of Aunts and Uncles. Ray will be using his loan to increase the capacity of his commercial kitchen. For more info about Kaizen Snacks, visit kaizensnacks.com.

The NEPA Circle of Aunts and Uncles is a philanthropic community project to provide low-interest loans and social capital to under-resourced entrepreneurs who are leading new or growing local businesses, in order to co-create a more equitable, compassionate, sustainable, and vibrant local economy within or impacting Wayne County. If you would like to support the NEPA Circle of Aunts and Uncles Fund, visit waynefoundation.org for more information.

 

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The Wayne County Community Foundation is excited to announce their first round of NEPA Circle of Aunts and Uncles microloan recipients! Brittany Chadderdon of Newfoundland, runs BC Goods & Grains, a workshop for custom signs and logos located in Hamlin. Brittany started working out of her home selling her products on Etsy, fulfilling online orders and participating in local artisan markets. When her business picked up, she needed to expand and took her business from the kitchen table to her own workshop. Thanks to a loan from the NEPA Circle of Aunts and Uncles, Brittany will be able to expand her business even more with the purchase of a new laser cutter. Not only does Brittany look forward to taking her business to the next level, she also looks outward, dreaming to help create and foster a better environment to create and learn in her community. For more info about Brittany’s shop, visit bcgoodsandgrain.com.

The NEPA Circle of Aunts and Uncles is a philanthropic community project to provide low-interest loans and social capital to under-resourced entrepreneurs who are leading new or growing local businesses, in order to co-create a more equitable, compassionate, sustainable, and vibrant local economy within or impacting Wayne County. If you would like to support the NEPA Circle of Aunts and Uncles Fund, visit waynefoundation.org for more information.

 

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