Business & self-employment

Find loans through the Philadelphia Business Lending Network

The Philadelphia Business Lending Network simplifies the process of applying for loans. This service provides access to nonprofit and for-profit lenders with one form.


You must have a small business in Philadelphia or have plans to move or expand to the city to qualify.


There is no cost to apply.

Participating organizations

American Heritage Federal Credit Union

BB&T Bank

Asian Bank

Beech Business Bank

Citizens Bank

Community First Fund

Cooperative Business Assistance Corporation (CBAC)

Credibility Capital

Customers Bank

DNB First Bank

The Enterprise Center

Entrepreneur Works


First State Community Loan Fund

Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union

Free Loan Association of Germantown (FLAG)

Fulton Bank

Harvest Small Business Finance

Hebrew Free Loan Society

Honeycomb Credit

Impact Services Corporation

Interface Financial Group


Liquid Capital

M&T Bank

The Merchants Fund

Noah Bank

North Philadelphia Financial Partnership

Parke Bank

Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC)

Port Richmond Savings

Prudent Lenders

Reinvestment Fund

Republic Bank

Santander Bank

Temple University Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

Tompkins VIST Bank

United Bank of Philadelphia

Univest Bank and Trust Co.

Uplift Solutions

Urban Seeds

Wells Fargo Bank

West Philadelphia Financial Services Institution

Women’s Opportunity Resource Center (WORC) 


Are you interested in applying for a loan from the network members listed?

Complete the form to apply

Complete the Financing Request Form. This form allows network members to learn more about your funding needs.

Once you complete the form, your information is sent to participating organizations.

After you apply

If your needs match the resources of the network members, they will contact you. You will receive replies from interested organizations within 10 business days.

Please note: this form is not a loan or grant application. There is no guarantee of approval from any of the network members.