Chingona (slang for “badass woman”) will invest between $100,000 to $250,000 in up to 30 early-stage businesses over three years.
Funding will enable the Albuquerque-based company to open its first interactive dining, gaming and entertainment center on Feb. 1 in a designated Opportunity Zone.
San Francisco-based utility-scale solar developer is prepping a 4-gigawatt pipeline of projects in the U.S. with “solar tracking” equipment from Array Technologies.
A new OZ tool will help “shepherd, guide, winnow and target investments toward projects of greater community benefit,” says Urban Institute's Brett Theodos.
The $10,000-minimum notes drew a wide range of investors including individuals, non-profits, family offices and ImpactAssets’ Donor Advised Fund.
The New York-based startup closed its seed round, led by ECMC Foundation, to help educational institutions identify students at risk of dropping out for financial reasons and provide emergency assistance.
The Park City, Utah and Kansas City, Mo.-based investment firm raised $16.4 million to back entrepreneurs in overlooked regions of the U.S.