Meet Our
Small Business Resource Group

We are a diverse group of small business leaders and champions from throughout Inland Southern California focused together in this work on growing entrepreneurial success in San Bernardino!

We are here to help!

Does your business need funding?

Offering Free and Low-Cost Services to qualifying small businesses operating in the City of San Bernardino.

¿Necesita financiamiento tu empresa?

Se ofrecen Servicios Gratuitos y de Bajo Costo a pequeñas empresas elegibles que operen en la Ciudad de San Bernardino.

STEP 1

Sign up on the
SBRG website

STEP 2

Connect with the right assistance organizations.

STEP 3

Get the resources your business needs!

Do you want to be, or are you already a small business owner? Are you ready to connect to start your entrepreneurship journey with low to no cost resources, and are not sure who to connect with?

Register below today, and our Program Coordinator will contact you to share a brief orientation, connect you to a live person who can answer all your questions, and will be here for every step of the way. Click the button below and complete our brief form, so we can best serve you.

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JPMorgan Chase’s Pro Neighborhoods Initiative is helping to build a thriving community in San Bernardino. Awarded in 2019, our partners are working together to build the foundation for economic opportunities specifically by targeting microenterprise programs, small business assistance and homeownership opportunities.

Through this support, Uplift San Bernardino’s Small Business Resource Group is led by Co-Chairs Maria Molina Solano, Executive Director & Founder of National Latina Business Women Association Inland Empire and Monica Robles, Founder & President of Asociación​ de Emprendedor@s. Learn more about our collective impact partners by clicking on the logos below.

Have questions?

Contact Noraly Sainz, Uplift SB Program Coordinator, at upliftsb@makinghope.org or call 909-381-1294.

Additional support is provided through funding from the
MicroEnterprise Collaborative of Inland Southern California, which is supported by
The James Irvine Foundation

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