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McCrory Enterprises

Vincent and the "Miss Heather," a 42 foot craft with 300 crab pots.

Taala Fund and Craft3, a regional nonprofit CDFI that makes loans in Oregon and Washington, worked together to finance a boat for Quinault Tribe member Vincent McCrory.


"Vincent represents the next generation of tribal fisherman. He got his start working on commercial crab boats as a deckhand. Now he’s ready to take the next step: pursue a lifelong goal of owning and operating his own commercial fishing business."  (Read original article)

Indianpreneurship Graduates

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Sovereign Tea

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Small Business Training/Lending

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A Taala Fund loan allowed Underwood to become the first fly fishing guide on the reservation in early 2015. In just four months, his new clientele helped him achieve a 25 percent increase in revenues from the previous year.

Taala Fund offers business orientation classes, a comprehensive “Indianpreneurship” class, and specialized business classes to fit our customers’ needs.

 

We also offer Micro or Small Business Loans. 

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TAALA FUND, a Native led 501c3 non-profit organization, is a  Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI).  

CDFI's are financial institutions that focus on personal lending and business development efforts in local communities.

CDFIs can receive federal funding through the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

As a nonprofit organization, contributions to Taala Fund are tax deductible.

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