We help small businesses and home buyers achieve success.
SNAP Financial Access promotes the financial health of our local economy by supporting small businesses and residents through coaching, education, and loan programs.
We provide much needed capital to strengthen small businesses in our community. Our consultants work with you to help ensure success. Additionally, our Women’s Business Center provides training and resources to improve the overall financial situation of our clients.
What We Do
SNAP Financial Access delivers financial education, training, consultation and access to loans to help entrepreneurs and first time borrowers succeed.
We see opportunity where others do not.
Small Business Loans
Connect people with the right funding and resource for their business.
Training - Women's Business Center
We offer a variety of affordable and free classes to support our community.
Home Ownership Loans
We assist first time home buyers, people facing foreclosure, or home loan defaults.
Credit scores are improved, goals are achieved, homes are purchased, businesses are started and expanded, jobs are created and incomes are increased.
Financial Stability Program
Individual business consulting, premium business training, credit building and business financing are available at one convenient location.
Women’s Business Center
We also offer networking opportunities and access to business resources.
Small Business Support
Technology training for websites, social media and brand development.
Business Growth Resources
We help homeowners determine what options may be available to remedy default and avoid foreclosure.
Mortgage Default Counseling
Become a Client
Are you an entrepreneur who needs help starting a new business? Or have an existing business and need some advice or funding?
By attending “Get Started,” Krystal and Jared learned how to write a business plan, conduct market research, develop a cash flow projection in order to become viable borrowers. lenders. They were resilient with their dream of opening a fitness center, and proceeded to utilize roughly 20 hours of technical assistance and training through SNAP Financial Access.
Thanks to our partners at the SNAP Financial Access Center and the SNAP Women’s Business Center, our employment manager Christi was able to hire this dynamic duo to sew 100 masks in a week. The masks were delivered to people in Spokane who may not have or struggle to have access to this kind of protective equipment. We are thankful to empower (and employ!) these friends in partnership with SNAP.
Lonnie and Brenda received a small business loan through SNAP in September 2014, allowing them to purchase two pieces of welding equipment to help with the testing of students. Two years later, the business was awarded one of four inaugural “SNAP Forward” grants from BECU, further bolstering their efforts.
Client Business Directory
123 East Mission Avenue, Spokane, WA 99202
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