Contact: Shannin Metatawabin
NACCA, the National Aboriginal Capital
Corporations Association, is a network of Aboriginal Financial
Institutions (AFIs) dedicated to stimulating economic growth for
Aboriginal people in Canada. This AFI network has provided over 38,000
loans, totaling more than $2 billion, to businesses owned by First
Nation, Métis, and Inuit people.
AFIs support First Nation, Inuit, and
Métis entrepreneurs and businesses in all provinces and territories.
Business financing and support services include business loans,
non-repayable contributions, financial and management consulting
services, business start-up, and aftercare support.
Find a local AFI
to learn more about the loan programs, contributions, and other
assistance available to First Nation, Inuit, and Métis entrepreneurs and
NACCA plays a national coordinating role
on behalf of its members, by advocating for Aboriginal economic
development, by representing the unified voice of AFIs, by publishing
national and regional results of AFI work, by fostering partnerships and
building capacity, and by delivering the Aboriginal Entrepreneurship
Program products and services to the AFIs listed on the Aboriginal Financial Institutions.