Over the last five fiscal years, FBDC* has donated/granted $1,016,552 to the local communities in which we serve. FBDC is committed to the mission of further developing the small business community and looks forward to continuous growth in this endeavor.
*This data represents the combined donations/grants of Florida Business Development Corporation and its dbas Georgia Small Business Capital and Alabama Small Business Capital
Link with FBDC
Each year, FBDC links with organizations that are tied to economic development in their communities. Contact ustoday to find out if you qualify to submit an application.
Recent Success Story
FBDC’s most recent donation was to the Florida Women’s Business Center (FLWBC) via the TED Center located in Delray Beach, FL. FLWBC was established in 2004 and is the result of a partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Women’s Business Ownership. The organization obtains matching funds from the SBA and fosters economic development within the women’s business community of South Florida. FLWBC dedicates itself to the individual professional development of women by providing technical and management assistance, help with efficiently organizing and completing business plans, business counseling and special workshops. FBDC is proud to have been able to assist FLWBC in pursuing their mission to support the growth of women business owners. Click the icons to the right to learn more about both FLWBC and The TED Center.
We look forward to working with you on SBA 504 financing opportunities.
FBDC is a private, non-profit Certified Development Company established in 1989 to administer the Small Business Administration (SBA) 504 Loan Program. In addition to the 504 Loan Program, FBDC is active in the economic development in the community in which it serves.