Dollars for your microbusiness development program

OCDCA welcomes current, good standing members to apply for the Ohio Microbusiness Development Program.

To view the application, please visit the microbusiness page on our website.

The purpose of the Ohio Microbusiness Development Program is to provide funding for community development corporations (CDCs) to further develop a local delivery system that encourages microbusiness development, provides low- and moderate-income households with access to capital for business development and self-employment, and creates and retains long-term jobs in the private sector.

The maximum grant award is $50,000. Of this, up to 10% may be used for administrative expenses. The structure of the lending allocation for the microbusiness program has changed. Please refer to the introduction of the funding application, or click here for more information. The application is due by 4:00 pm on September 30, 2016.


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact David Foust at or (614) 461-6392 ext. 204.

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