The Pat Landi Access Fund

The Pat Landi Access Fund will provide economic investment in a manner that promotes the sustainability and viability of small businesses in Butler and Warren County. Alloy Development will actively work with and through other economic-mission based partners in Butler and Warren County to achieve results.

Who is Eligible for Funding?

The Pat Landi Access Fund will provide investment and assistance to economic-mission based activities that are located in Butler and Warren Counties, in Ohio – such as:

  • Direct Loan Programs such as SBA Microloan Program & 7(a) Community Advantage Loan Program

  • Small Business Incubators, Small Business Development Centers, Veterans Business, Outreach Centers, Womens Business Centers, Minority Business Centers, the Service Corps of Retired Executives, and / or other like activities.

  • Contributions to other local nonprofits that provide grants and/or entrepreneurial training to small businesses or scholarships to students for participation in such entrepreneurial training programs

  • Workforce development and job training programs

  • Revolving Loan Funds as matching funds for a federal, state or local program

  • Financing economic impact studies to enable or document local economic development effort

What Does the Acceptance Process Look Like?

When determining where and how much to invest, the Pat Landi Access Fund will follow the four steps below:

Important Grant Specifications:

Complete the Pat Landi Access Fund Application

Please provide a brief overview of your proposal, including:

- Program or Project Name

- Program or Project Description (Provide a brief description of the program/project)

- Individuals or Communities Served (Please describe who this project or program is assisting in either the economic development or entrepreneurship development areas – e.g. Women, Minority, Small Business, Manufacturing, and Municipality)

- Geographic Area Served (Butler County, Warren County, both counties, or other)

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