ABOUT THE PAGE HURDLE FUND
The Hurdle Fund serves Black and Brown-owned businesses seeking to eliminate small, low-cost hurdles - including insurance, equipment, certification, and more - in order to win new or grow existing contracts with local institutions.
HOW IT WORKS
Are you an Investor or Entrepreneur ?
PAGE is actively seeking prospective applicants for our Hurdle Fund.
Please reach out for more information on this innovative grant program.
Reach out to PAGE DEI Data Analyst Melina Harris to learn more and get involved.
HURDLE FUND NEWS
AUGUST 11 2022
"Meet the PAGE Hurdle Fund, taking aim at the racial wealth gap for entrepreneurs"
Disparities in family wealth prevent Black and brown entrepreneurs from succeeding to their fullest potential, writes Kenyatta James of the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia. This new small business grant program is one solution.
The Economy League and ImpactPHL Launch PAGE Hurdle Fund with $125,000, Aiming to Eliminate Barriers for Black & Brown Businesses Pursuing Institutional Contracts to Grow Businesses & Build Wealth
According to data from the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia (ELGP), Philadelphia's major educational and healthcare anchor institutions spend approximately $2B+ per year across 19 sectors, yet less than 12% of spending goes to local Black and Brown-owned businesses, creating a significant... Read More
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