Since March 2020, HFLS has disbursed over 100 loans totaling over $3 million to small businesses in the five boroughs and surrounding counties, including $450K to 20 Queens small business entrepreneurs. Pandemic support in Queens has included loans to help out a graphic designer, a children’s daycare provider, a nail salon, a barbershop, and a laundromat.
People who are facing an uncertain financial future because of Coronavirus now have one more place to turn. The Hebrew Free Loan Society offers zero interest loans of up to $5,000 to people impacted by the virus.
Learn more about the process and timeline for pursuing tuition reimbursement from the DOE, and how the Hebrew Free Loan Society (HFLS) can help make private special education more families in the NYC area through the 0%-interest Special Education Bridge Loan Program.
HFLS announces its new partnership with the Manhattan Borough President's Office to offer $2M in Booster Loans for Manhattan's small businesses. You can learn more about how these loans to help small business owners like Harlem Cycle in this great report by NY1.
The Hebrew Free Loan Society (HFLS) fosters financial stability and opportunity by providing access to safe and affordable credit in the form of interest-free loans. HFLS loans enable borrowers to attend college, improve their job skills, start a business, or respond to unexpected financial challenges. HFLS is a non-sectarian lender, serving the New York City area since 1892.