How can you support RMMFI?
We invite you to join the RMMFI community in support of inclusive entrepreneurship by making a gift to RMMFI. Together, we will create success stories for our entrepreneurs as they work toward business ownership and success.
- $50 – Help offset the cost of Business Launch Boot Camp tuition for 1 entrepreneur.
- $100 – Provide 1 session of individualized coaching for an entrepreneur with their dedicated Business Coach, Finance Coach, and Accountability Coach.
- $500 – Help with delivery of Business Launch Boot Camp for 1 entrepreneur, including coaching, mentorship, business owner panels, and launch round-tables.
- $1,000 – Fund the full support for one pillar (Marketing, Operations, Financials, or Management) of Business Launch Boot Camp for 1 entrepreneur.
- $2,500 – Fund a portion of Research & Development for our Thrive Program (for Boot Camp graduates).
- $5,000 – Cover the entire programmatic cost of Business Launch Boot Camp for 1 entrepreneur.
Contributions of $250 and over are eligible to receive a 25% Denver Enterprise Zone Tax Credit.
In 12 years, RMMFI is proud to have:
• Graduated 33 cohorts of Business Launch Boot Camp with an 85% graduation rate, which resulted in the launch or expansion of 271 businesses in Denver and Aurora
• Distributed $717,517 in 252 loans to low-income entrepreneurs with a 93% repayment rate
• Become a certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) with the U.S. Treasury
• Been selected as a member of the 2020 Catalyst Program cohort with the Stand Together Foundation
• Won the 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019, & 2020 Right on the Money Award from CUA
• Won the 2019 Colorado Google.org Impact Challenge (one of five winners)
• Won the 2019 National Innovation Award from American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
• Been named a 2013, 2018, & 2019 Top Company Finalist (Nonprofit) by COBiz Magazine
• Won the 2016 Small Nonprofit of the Year award from the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
• Won the 2011 Colorado Innovation in Philanthropy Award from Bank of the West