Community Development Loans

Available to Tribes, Tribal entities and individuals in Arizona and New Mexico

Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC), the key investment partner in the Rainmaker’s Collaborative, has low-interest, long- and short-term loans available to Tribes, Tribal communities and individual Native Americans for small business, housing and community facility projects in Arizona and New Mexico. Native Capital Access is the lead partner in the Collaborative.

Eligible projects include: energy efficient affordable housing, infrastructure, community facilities, Native owned small businesses, sustainable agriculture, non-profits working in Indian Country or with Native populations, and other mission driven social enterprises.

Our team is easy to work with and provides quick turnaround on applications and our loans can be tailored to fit your specific needs. We work with large and small organizations and individuals eligible for this program. Give us a call for an informal discussion about your specific needs. Our rates and terms are very competitive but vary by program.

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Confluence Philanthropy, which advances mission-aligned investments, and its members launched the Rainmakers Collaborative in 2017. Other founding Collaborative members include The Christensen Fund, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and The Santa Fe Community Foundation. Partners aim to substantially increase the foundation sector’s investment capital and lending to Tribes in the Southwest.

Juanita Hallstrom – Loan Fund Director (916) 447-9832 ext. 1065 • jhallstrom@rcac.org
Robert Longman – Credit Officer(530) 692-9625 • rlongman@rcac.org
Darryl English – Loan Officer(480) 265-8684 • denglish@rcac.org