Announcing our New Kindle Project Grantees!
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Since inception, Accion has issued more than 13,128 loans totaling $128.6 million to 8,572 small businesses in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Texas. Accion’s client businesses have created or sustained 18,080 jobs. Accion serves a target market of underserved entrepreneurs who face systemic barriers to accessing credit. Each year, approximately 89 percent of our clients are low-to-moderate-income, minority, and/or women entrepreneurs.
Kindle Project created the Indie Philanthropy Initiative in 2014 after having been trailblazing experimenters of Indie Philanthropy for over eight years. After incubating the Initiative since its launch, the Indie Philanthropy Initiative spun-off from Kindle Project to become its own independent project in early 2016. Kindle Project remains key friends, allies and a Core Partner to the Indie Philanthropy Initiative.
Using technology and popular culture, we develop new ways for Asian Americans and our allies to collaborate, create new ways of being, and transform the world around us.