Capital One Resources

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Take a deep dive into our Capital One Directory. In partnership with Capital One, we have curated an extensive list of information and links to companies and programs dedicated to helping with the complexities of the world we live in today. With helpfulness in mind, this directory provides information on capital-one resources, and minority-owned businesses to support.

The Washington Area Community Investment Fund’s mission is to increase equity and economic opportunity in underserved communities in the Washington, DC area by investing knowledge, social, and financial capital in low- and moderate-income entrepreneurs.

The Latino Economic Development Center's mission is to drive the economic and social advancement of low to moderate income Latinos and other underserved populations by equipping them with the skills and tools to achieve financial independence and become leaders in their communities.

The Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is a membership driven organization that supports the economic development of the Washington, DC metropolitan region by facilitating the success of Latino and other minority-owned businesses and the communities they serve through networking, advocacy, education, and access to capital.

The Anacostia Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) is a Community Development Corporation that was established to meet the overall economic needs, and to improve the quality-of-life circumstances of the District of Columbia residents, specifically those residing in the Anacostia/Far Southeast community.

Together with over 450 local partners, Capital Area Food Bank provide the food people need to thrive today. They work with partners to pair food with services that can create permanent pathways out of hunger tomorrow.

The mission is to address the tremendous discrepancy in college graduation rates for students in Washington, DC's most underserved neighborhoods: Wards 7 and 8.

1863 Ventures accelerates New Majority (women and people of color) entrepreneurs from high potential to high growth. Their programs focus on providing access to markets, management training and money. They seek to create community and confidence to support the growth of our members – individually and professionally.

Closing the opportunity divide by providing young adults with the professional and technical skills hiring companies need, Year Up ensures they can launch successful professional careers, while providing American businesses with an untapped source of bright, motivated young talent.