The Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City (HCF) has announced 15 new participants in its Healthy Communities Leadership Academy…
It’s a familiar story in the urban core of Kansas City: First, one house falls into disrepair because of death or unemployment, while another is abandoned because clear title to the property can’t be obtained. The weeds grow tall, porches collapse, abandoned cars clutter the street and soon the block — then the neighborhood — is in full-fledged decline. …
Join us Wednesday, October 3 at Plexpod @ Westport Commons from 5:30 - 7:00 PM to learn about the opportunities and challenges of breaking into entrepreneurship’s next frontier.
Do you own a business that deserves to be noticed? Enter the AltCap Your Biz competition and see how your best business pitch stacks up to other small businesses in the Kansas City metro area. Winners receive a cash award as well as access to technical assistance resources and peer-to-peer business development mentoring.
AltCap, in cooperation with local community and economic development partners, is sponsoring an upcoming workshop on Monday, October 15 by the Incremental Development Alliance to promote the power of small scale development on neighborhood development.
Seeking to help tackle the blight of abandoned homes and make more housing available in the urban core of Kansas City, AltCap and Legal Aid of Western Missouri announce the launch of the Kansas City Home Rehabber Loan Fund.
Collaborative Venture Provides Rehabbers Resources for Restoring Homes in KC’s Urban Core
Ruben Alonso, President, AltCap, appears as a guest columnist in the July 2018 issue of Ingram's Magazine to share his thoughts on the impact of fintech on small business access to capital.
Responding to an increased demand for accessible capital by small businesses and communities throughout the metro, AltCap, a Kansas City-based Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), has expanded its geographic service area to the entire metro.
BBVA Compass and Opportunity Finance Network today announced the names of the 27 dedicated leaders at community development financial institutions who were selected for the 2018 Opportunity Fellows Program...