Start-Up and Small Business Funding
Get the capital to grow and make your business what it is meant to be
America is a country built on an entrepreneurial spirit. People have been coming here for hundreds of years to realize their professional dreams, in large part because the US is very small-business- friendly.
It takes a special kind of drive, ambition, and vision to be an entrepreneur. Even if you have all the right skills, you still need capital to make your vision come to life. The number one question of most entrepreneurs is, “How do I find the money to start my business?” Getting funding for a startup can be frustrating. Banks will hardly give you the time of day, considering start-ups as too high-risk. We are different…
Support Warrior Project Financial's mission is to assist our U.S. Military members, veterans and spouses small businesses in financing their start-ups through innovative funding and credit building techniques. By providing the cash credit lines needed to start or grow a business. We strive to connect every service members with the financial supports needed to achieve a distinct and sustainable competitive advantage.
You're ready to begin your entrepreneurial journey, and you want to know: "What are some of my options for funding a business?"
To find the right solution, one that is absolutely right for your business and its growth, Support Warrior Project funding program helps you customize a funding option that best meets your current and future needs – a service that other funding companies don’t provide.
The following document must be accompanied and submitted as evidence of your eligibility at firstname.lastname@example.org
Copy of driver’s license for each owner with a 20% or greater ownership
Veteran must provide a legible copy of form DD 214, which is provided for other than dishonorably discharged veterans.
Service-Disabled Veteran: Copy of form DD 214 or documentation from the DVA.
Transitioning Active Duty Military Member: DD Form 2, U.S. " Armed Forces Identification Card, or DD 2648-1 (Reserve Component member).
Reservist and National Guard: DD Form 2, Armed Forces of the United States Identification Card.
Current Spouse of Transitioning Active Duty Military Member or current Reservist/National Guard member: DD Form 1173, Department of Defense Guard Reserve Family member Identification and evidence of status as the current spouse (Marriage Certificate).
Widow of Active Duty Service Military Member who died in service or Widowed Spouse of Veteran who died of a service connected disability: Documentation from DOD or form DVA clearly showing this to be the case (Death certificate, letter from funeral home, or published obituary).
In the event that the veteran's DD 214 is unavailable, a "Certification of Military Service (NA Form 13038) is an acceptable equivalent.
if you do not have your DD214, you may obtain it at this link: https://www.archives.gov/veterans
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