Baltimore | Resource Profiles
Entrepreneurs of Color Fund
The Entrepreneurs of Color Fund aims to provide low-cost loans and business support to minority-owned businesses in Baltimore and Prince George’s County.The effort also includes work to complement initiatives on small business growth and impact investing from partners such as the Baltimore-based Annie E. Casey Foundation and the Baltimore Community Foundation.
Minority-Focused, Loans, Debt Capital
Harbor Bank of Maryland opened its doors in September of 1982 with $2.1 million in assets. As of December 31, 2016, Harbor Bank's assets were $254 million. The bank conducts general banking business in seven branch locations and primarily serves the Baltimore, Maryland Metropolitan area. The Bank also has a branch in Riverdale, Prince George’s County, Maryland. The Harbor Bank offers checking, savings, time deposits, credit cards, debit card, commercial real estate, personal, home improvement, automobile, and other installment and term loans. The Bank is also a member of a local and national ATM network. The retail nature of the Bank allows for diversification of depositors and borrowers so it is not dependent upon a single or a few customers. The bank is proud of being the first community bank in the country to have an Investment Subsidiary, Harbor Financial Services.
Harbor Bank of Maryland
BCF is a philanthropic foundation created by and for the people of Greater Baltimore, where many donors join together to make the region they love a better place, today and for future generations.BCF serves our community in a variety of ways, by:- Building a civic endowment, a permanent source of charitable support for the Baltimore region,- Helping donors plan and carry out their charitable giving in Baltimore, the region, and across the country, and- Working in partnership with others across the public, private and nonprofit sectors, bringing a consistent voice of leadership to critical civic issues.