The Illinois Federation of Business Women’s Clubs Incorporated Taylorville Chapter is launching an interest-free loan program for a woman-owned business. A woman-owned business is defined as one where 51% more of the business is owned by a woman. Pam Moses and Amy Hagen spoke about this loan program. Moses says that it is a way that the IFBW can give back.
Funds are available to both start-up and existing businesses in Taylorville. Amy Hagen says that it is intended for those wanting to take their business to the next level.
Hagen says that they are able to offer these programs because of how well the Spring fashion show has been going.
Moses says you never know when one of these loans might change a business forever.
IFBW held the third annual Spring fashion show fundraiser and coordinates the Kicks for Kids shoe giveaway program at Christmastime. There is an active scholarship program funding college-bound women in transition and graduating females of THS. For more information about the micro loan program or organizational membership visit @TvilleBusinessWomen on Facebook or contact Tyler Frump at 217-454-1875 or Pam Moses at 217-454-6105.
Amy Hagen and Pam Moses appeared as guests on the WTIM Morning Show.