Our Mission

BOC Capital's mission is to improve the economic prospects of traditionally underserved groups, with a focus on low and moderate income entrepreneurs and their communities, and thereby create genuinely brighter futures. At the heart of our mission is the belief that whatever their differences, people and communities share a common goal: to achieve economic stability and growth. Working in partnership with culturally diverse individuals and organizations in support of shared goals for equitable economic development and community-based job creation is the hallmark of BOC.



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BOC Capital is Different

BOC provides more than just loans for opportunity and growth. BOC Capital contributes to the economic, cultural, and social vitality of our communities by educating and empowering underserved entrepreneurs.

BOC Capital exists to increase access, resources, and business opportunities for minority, women, immigrant and low-income entrepreneurs. BOC achieves this by providing small business loans and practical business advice and hands-on assistance to those locked out of conventional credit markets, and small businesses with growth opportunities.

Our affordable and flexible financing options are designed to increase the potential for business acceleration, profitability and growth. We pair this capital with hands-on business assistance customized to the stage of business development, challenges and opportunities. We help entrepreneurs develop their business and financial management capacity, and avoid costly mistakes.

Business advisory services are available throughout the life of the loan and beyond. It is BOC Capital’s mission to support local small business owners as their needs and opportunities evolve.

Title VI Statement:

BOC Capital Corp. (BCC) CDFI is committed to providing fair and equal access to our lending services for all individuals and businesses, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by law. As an organization that receives federal financial assistance, BCC is prohibited under the Civil Rights Act of 1964 from discriminating against participants and clients on the basis of race, color, and national origin.

BCC adheres to a strict policy of non-discrimination in all aspects of our lending operations, including but not limited to the application process, loan approval, disbursement of funds, and loan servicing. We believe that diversity and inclusion are essential values that contribute to the success and growth of our community.

Moreover, as an organization that receives federal financial assistance, BCC is prohibited under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 from excluding participation to our programs from anyone based solely on an applicant's disability.

To file a discimination complaint with the CDFI Fund, please visit https://www.cdfifund.gov/about/non-discrimination for information on submitting your complaint with the CDFI Fund.