Prairie West Development Foundation

PWDF has $5,000 Business Micro Loans available. These matching loans are for existing and start-up businesses in Golden Valley or Billings Counties at 2% below prime. Loan funds can only be committed to the extent available. The maximum loan cannot exceed $5,000.

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Amount

Maximum: $5,000

Resource Provider

Prairie West Development

Prairie West Development Foundation (PWDF), a non-profit organization, is committed to the growth and ongoing success of the current and future business sectors of Beach, Golva, and Sentinel Butte in Golden Valley County, North Dakota.
Resource Type
Loan
Location
58621, 58632, 58654
Purpose
Business Acquisition, COVID-19, Debt Refinancing, Equipment, Hiring & Recruitment, Inventory, Leasehold Improvements, Other, Real Estate, Renovation to Real Estate, Research, Sales Tax, Startup, Working Capital
Industry
Agriculture, Childcare, Communications, Communities, Construction, Energy, Ethanol, Exporting, Finance, Food Service, Healthcare, High Growth, Hospitality, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Nonprofit, Other, Primary Sector, Professional Services, Real Estate, Retail, Tourism, Transportation, Utilities, Value-Added
Business Stage
Existing Business, New Business
Deadline
Contact
Burt Cook
(701) 872-3121

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