REPUBLIC COUNTY REVOLVING LOAN FUND
Loan funds, administered by a loan committee, approved by the Republic County Commissioners are available for new and existing businesses in Republic County. Funds are available year around. The maximum interest rate is 3.5% below the national prime interest rate, with a minimum interest rate of 4%. Businesses must remain in Republic County, Kansas. Contact Republic County Economic Development Office for an application or more information.
Entrepreneurship Community Partnership – Republic County became an E-Community January 2014.
NetWork Kansas Entrepreneurship (E-) Communities create a revolving loan fund that is reviewed at the local level. The loans are intended as gap financing to help entrepreneurs start or grow a business in a specific community. The loan program matches public sources of capital and bank loans, and can provide up to $45,000 per project. Funds are flexible and can be used for a variety of business purposes, including startup costs, purchasing an existing business, business expansion, working capital, inventory, and more.
Contact Luke Mahin with RCED to apply for the E-Community revolving funds.
BELLEVILLE CHAMBER AND MAIN STREET BUSINESSES
Download the PDF provided below to view examples of combining Belleville programs and other funding sources for a potential project in your business creation, renovation or reinvention. They have outlined several scenarios with various projects that might be undertaken. If you need business plan assistance please contact RCED or NCK SBDC.
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NORTH CENTRAL REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION – BELOIT
U.S. Small Business Administration Programs (SBA)
StartUp Kansas Loan Program
Kansas Capital Multiplier Fund (KCMF)
Kansas Department of Commerce Programs (KDOC)
U.S. Department of Agriculture Programs (USDA)
Economic Development Administration (EDA)
Revolving Loan Fund Programs available in NCRPC’s 12-county service area:
North Central Regional Planning Commission (NCRPC) Revolving Loan Fund
Four Rivers NCKBDF Down Payment Assistance Loan Program
NCK Rural Business Development Tax Credit (RBDTC) Initiative
Rolling Hills Electric
Prairie Land Electric
Clyde Loan Guarantee Program
City of Concordia
Jewell County Community Development Association
Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation
Republic County Development Association
Salina Project OPENContactFor additional information, contact Debra Peters, NCRPC Business Finance Director at (785) 738-2218 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Based on our experience connecting entrepreneurs with resources to help them start, grow, and fund businesses, we have found that locating grants to assist for-profit businesses can be very challenging. It’s more common for businesses to pursue a combination of funding options, such as the options outlined above.
Below is a list of the business grant sources we are aware of at this time. If you are unable to find one your business would qualify for, and would like to learn about other funding partners in your area, we invite you to contact us toll-free at (877) 521-8600.
- Catalog of Federal Domestics Assistance
- Federal Grant search
- The Foundation Center
- Grants.com-Government Grant Solutions
- Information on SBIR/STTR technology grants
- Kansas Department of Health and Environment
- Kauffman Foundation Grants
- KU Grant Writing Instructions
- National Endowment for the Humanities
- Rural Business Enterprise Grant Program
- SARE Grants
- The State Trade and Export Promotion (STEP) Grant
If you are aware of any additional sources, please email them to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.