Javier Rodriguez needed a small business loan to improve his Colombian restaurant in San Diego. Thanks to a small business loan from Opportunity Fund, Javier was able to buy inventory from Colombia and new equipment for Antojitos Colombianos.

Our customers inspire us every day, and we want to regularly share those stories to inspire you, too.  Read about Javier Rodriguez of Antojitos Colombianos in San Diego. Opportunity Fund helped Javier get the loan he needed to buy inventory from Colombia and new equipment for his Colombian restaurant.

Serving Up Success

Javier Rodriguez opened the first Colombian restaurant in San Diego in 2011. Six years later, Antojitos Colombianos has grown into an essential neighborhood spot for authentic Colombian food and good times with friends.

Javier came to the United States from Colombia to study business. After studying at San Diego City College, he worked in the hospitality and restaurant management industry for over two decades. Before long, he followed through with his dream to start his own business.

“I didn’t want to work for someone else,” he said. “I wanted time for my family and to set my own schedule.”

Family is a big part of Javier’s life, both at home and the restaurant. Antojitos Colombianos staff is mostly family members, from Javier’s wife and kids to cousins and nephews. “I’m thankful for my business,” he said. “We can pay the bills and rent, and we can put some money aside to travel to Colombia.”

With 20 years of success in the industry and two Small Business of the Year awards from California State Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez, Javier is no stranger to success. He found he needed a little help to keep Antojitos Colombianos on top for his customers. “I needed to buy merchandise from Colombia, which is very expensive,” he said. “I needed new equipment too.”

Helping Entrepreneurs Engage Their Communities

Javier followed a tip from a friend and fellow business owner about Opportunity Fund. When Javier met loan officer Byron Escobar, he knew it was the right connection.

“Byron came to my house to help me get started with the loan process,” Javier said. “The money was in my bank account 72 hours after I signed the application.”

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Javier works with Byron to improve his business and to reach out to entrepreneurs in his neighborhood (photo courtesy of Heimo Schmidt)


Byron helped close the $10,000 loan in September 2016. The fast, easy-to-get, and affordable capital made a difference in Javier’s business right away. The regulars from the Imperial Avenue neighborhood mix with customers from the nearby military base to create a fun atmosphere with live music and delicious food.

Javier is grateful for the connection to Opportunity Fund, not just for the working capital but also to build a relationship with a lender that understands his needs.

“I tried other lenders,” he said. “There were so many requirements. Unfortunately I didn’t meet some of them.”

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Javier gives back to the small business community by hosting meetings at his restaurant for local entrepreneurs to meet Byron and get answers to their questions about financing.

We’re proud to support outstanding small business owners like Javier and we’re glad to assist him with building a network for local entrepreneurs.

We hope this story has inspired you, too.  At Opportunity Fund, we offer easy-to-get, fast, and affordable small business loans to help small business owners succeed.  Visit our home page to find out more.


Opportunity Fund is California’s largest and fastest-growing nonprofit lender to small businesses. In fiscal year ‘16, we made $60M in loans to help more than 2,200 small business owners invest in their businesses.  Opportunity Fund invests in small business owners who do not have access to traditional financing. As a founding member and signatory to the Borrower’s Bill of Rights, we believe in the important role small businesses play in our community and the economy, and we aim to help owners financially succeed.

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When Eric Torres landed Florida Medical Clinic as a client for his Tampa-based marketing agency Brandiversity, he wanted to add capacity by hiring additional staff to service the large healthcare company. With a loan from Opportunity Fund/Lending Club, Torres quickly ramped up by hiring 2.5 new employees, and opening a two-person office in Orlando.  

It’s all about timing. Helping small businesses gain access capital when it’s time to grow. That’s what our expanding partnership with Lending Club is now doing in states across the U.S.

As the nation’s leading nonprofit small business lender, we partnered with Lending Club, the world’s largest online credit marketplace, to serve many more small business owners looking for a responsible and responsive source of capital when it’s the right time for their businesses to grow. Through this partnership, Lending Club brings its best-in-class platform designed to attract and serve online borrowers and Opportunity Fund brings our expertise serving small business owners and entrepreneurs, offering responsible loans along with advice and support.

Responsive Lending for Business Owners

When Eric Torres, principal at Tampa-based Brandiversity – a full service advertising and marketing agency in Florida’s Tri-Counties area – landed Florida Medical Clinic as a client, he wanted to add capacity by hiring additional staff to service the large healthcare company. With a loan from Opportunity Fund/Lending Club, Torres quickly ramped up by hiring 2.5 new employees, and opening a two-person office in Orlando.

“I launched Brandiversity in 2016 because increasingly I saw that my clients here in Florida needed help reaching diverse populations with their marketing platforms. We help our clients navigate global opportunities and tailor campaigns and outreach with great results,” said Torres, who has years of experience in advertising and marketing.

With clients in the robust service industries that fuel Florida’s economy, business owners like Torres are often faced with proverbial “chicken or egg” decisions. When opportunities arise to grow their business, they need access to capital from lenders who have a track record for responsible, responsive lending.

“Working with entrepreneurs when they have an opportunity to grow their businesses is rewarding,” added Miguel Cerda, the Opportunity Fund Loan Advisor who worked with Eric Torres. “In many cases, borrowers are seeking capital to hire more employees. Our investment has a multiplier effect in local communities.”

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Florida’s small businesses employed 3.1 million people, or 43.2% of the private workforce in 2013. Those businesses make up 98.9 percent of all employers in the state. Opportunity Fund’s expansion in partnership with Lending Club allows us to respond to the growing needs of entrepreneurs in states like Florida, where economic opportunity directly translates to economic development.

“My experience with Opportunity Fund was very positive,” Torres added. “The application and funding process was simple and I had the capital I needed to respond quickly to a new client opportunity.”

By 2020 Opportunity Fund plans to invest $400 million in over 10,000 small businesses nationwide.

We hope this story has inspired you, too.  At Opportunity Fund, we offer easy-to-get, fast, and affordable small business loans to help small business owners succeed.  Visit our home page to find out more.


Opportunity Fund is California’s largest and fastest-growing nonprofit lender to small businesses. In fiscal year ‘16, we made $60M in loans to help more than 2,200 small business owners invest in their businesses.  Opportunity Fund invests in small business owners who do not have access to traditional financing. As a founding member and signatory to the Borrower’s Bill of Rights, we believe in the important role small businesses play in our community and the economy, and we aim to help owners financially succeed.

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Jimmy is working to expand his Mexican food franchise in Santa Clara County. Iguana’s is set to open in its fifth location in South San Jose thanks to a small business loan from Opportunity Fund.

Our customers inspire us every day, and we want to regularly share those stories to inspire you, too.  Read about Jimmy Orozco of Iguana’s Burritozilla in San Jose. Jimmy is working to expand his Mexican food franchise in Santa Clara County. Thanks to a small business loan from Opportunity Fund, Iguana’s is set to open in its fifth location in South San Jose.

Made in San Jose

Iguana’s Burritozilla has been a part of the San Jose business landscape since 1994. Current CEO Jimmy Orozco started working in his uncle’s restaurant, the flagship location in downtown San Jose, when he was in high school. Since the beginning, Iguana’s has been a family owned and operated business, with Jimmy’s siblings and cousins all working together as co-owners of the franchise with four locations in Santa Clara County.

The Orozco family has built Iguana’s into a famous brand, with appearances on Travel Channel and Food Network programs. They also invest in the community by hiring staff from the neighborhoods where they open new stores and funding deejays for local high school dances.

Iguana’s success has always come from within, with Jimmy and the rest of the family bringing a “do it yourself” spirit to work every day. When Jimmy started thinking about small business financing to help open a new location in South San Jose, he needed a solution that worked for his business.

“We were turned down by a bunch of lenders,” Jimmy said. “None of them really seemed to understand the growth of our business.”

Jimmy found Opportunity Fund through the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative, a research program at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business that explores and expands knowledge of the Latino entrepreneurship segment in California’s economy through research, knowledge dissemination, and facilitated collaboration. Opportunity Fund plus Iguana’s turned out to be the perfect recipe for success.

Big Burritos Equal Big Business

Opportunity Fund business development officer Shanna McClearn started working with Jimmy to get the funding he needed to open the new location. The $250,000 loan we closed in February 2017 made a major difference for Iguana’s.

“Without Opportunity Fund, we would probably be doing the same thing but with a little more strain on the company,” Jimmy said of their expansion. “Now we don’t have to worry so much, because the capital is there.”

Shanna’s guidance throughout the loan process was also a huge help. “Working with Shanna was refreshing and surprising, and unexpected,” Jimmy said. “She took the time to understand our business. She gets the entire picture of what we’re doing. The communication was easy and quick.”

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Jimmy and Shanna closed their deal with a handshake and an invitation to lunch (photo courtesy of Heimo Schmidt)

The new location is fast tracked for a spring grand opening, with more locations to come. Jimmy is focused on his hometown community as always, but he’s also looking to expand to locations outside Santa Clara County in the future.

“We serve college students, high school kids, local business people, locals, you name it,” Jimmy said. “Anybody who wants good food in a fun environment is welcome here.”

We’re proud to support successful local entrepreneurs like Jimmy and honored to serve family-owned small businesses. We’re especially looking forward to grabbing a taco at Iguana’s new location.

We hope this story has inspired you, too.  At Opportunity Fund, we offer easy-to-get, fast, and affordable small business loans to help small business owners succeed.  Visit our home page to find out more.


Opportunity Fund is California’s largest and fastest-growing nonprofit lender to small businesses. Last fiscal year, we made $60M in loans to help more than 2,200 small business owners invest in their businesses.  Opportunity Fund invests in small business owners who do not have access to traditional financing. As a founding member and signatory to the Borrower’s Bill of Rights, we believe in the important role small businesses play in our community and the economy, and we aim to help owners financially succeed.

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Jesus built his e-waste recycling business with 20 years of experience in the field. Thanks to a small business loan from Opportunity Fund, he’s ready to expand his business.

Our customers inspire us every day, and we want to regularly share those stories to inspire you, too.  This week, read about Jesus Gonzalez of JFG Electronics Recycling in San Jose. Jesus built his e-waste recycling business with 20 years of experience in the field. Thanks to a small business loan from Opportunity Fund, he’s ready to expand his business.

An Energized Business

Jesus Gonzalez started JFG Electronics Recycling in San Jose in 2010, after nearly 20 years in the e-waste recycling business. He used his expertise in the field and his connections in the recycling industry to get higher payouts, which has helped him build a solid customer base in the South Bay Area.

JFG Electronics Recycling buys and collects old components and electronics parts from residential and commercial customers for recycling and resale. They primarily work with people who pick up e-waste and other materials like scrap metal around residential areas, including undocumented workers. “I prefer to pay cash,” Jesus said. “It’s the best way to pay my clients.”

The business survived ups and downs in the market and a move to a larger facility outside of the downtown area. Jesus saw a need for business financing when his cash flow wasn’t as consistent as he needed, so he applied for a loan. His business banker at Bank of America couldn’t approve Jesus for a loan, but he did have a way to help the business.

He advised Jesus to call Opportunity Fund. Once Jesus had the phone number, he had the key to helping his business grow.

Future Expansion

Jesus started working with Opportunity Fund business development officer Shanna McClearn in January 2016. Shanna was able to get Jesus approved for a $20,000 loan. He cites the fast and easy process from loan application to funding as the main reason why he chose us over other lenders.

“I had the money in my account in about 20 days,” Jesus said. “I tried other lenders, but some said no. Others said to come back in a few months. Opportunity Fund said yes right away.”

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Our fast, easy-to-get, and affordable small business loans put a smile on Jesus’ face (Photo courtesy of Christian Peacock)

Jesus also appreciates the personal touch from Opportunity Fund, with Spanish-speaking loan funding specialists who are there to answer his questions and facilitate easy payments.

Now that Jesus has the working capital he needs, he’s looking toward the future of his company. Right now, he runs the business with his son and one other employee. Jesus wants to give his son more responsibility at JFG Recycling headquarters so he can go into the field and recruit more customers. He’s also looking to buy a truck to help expand his business.

“First I’m going to pay off my loan,” he said. “Then I can think of what to do next. I hope I can get a bigger loan so I can do more with my business.”

We’ll be there to help Jesus with our connection to easy-to-get, fast, and affordable business lending.

We hope this story has inspired you, too.  At Opportunity Fund, we offer easy-to-get, fast, and affordable small business loans to help small business owners succeed.  Visit our home page to find out more.


Opportunity Fund is California’s largest and fastest-growing nonprofit lender to small businesses. Last fiscal year, we made $60M in loans to help more than 2,200 small business owners invest in their businesses.  Opportunity Fund invests in small business owners who do not have access to traditional financing. As a founding member and signatory to the Borrower’s Bill of Rights, we believe in the important role small businesses play in our community and the economy, and we aim to help owners financially succeed.

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After successfully running his restaurant in the city’s Mission District for over a decade, Saul wanted to expand his business with a mobile food truck. Thanks to a loan from Opportunity Fund, El Gran Taco Loco is getting ready to serve great Mexican food around the Bay Area.

Our customers inspire us every day, and we want to share these stories so you get inspired too. This week, read about Saul Chavez of El Gran Taco Loco in San Francisco.  After successfully running his restaurant in the city’s Mission District for over a decade, Saul wanted to expand his business with a mobile food truck. Thanks to a loan from Opportunity Fund, El Gran Taco Loco is getting ready to serve great Mexican food around the Bay Area.

A Family Business

Saul Chavez has been working in the restaurant business most of his life. He became an entrepreneur 11 years ago when he bought a restaurant from his uncle, and has built that restaurant, El Gran Taco Loco, into a popular spot in the Mission District of San Francisco.

Business is always booming at El Gran Taco Loco, but Saul saw the potential to do more with his investment. He added catering services to the restaurant, which quickly became a huge hit. “After we had catered some big events, I started thinking about buying a food trailer,” he said.

Feeding a Dream

His dreams to get into the mobile food business connected him to Opportunity Fund. Saul reached out to Cal Central, a well-known mobile food vehicle manufacturer in Modesto, to purchase the food trailer he needed to expand his catering and mobile food services. The high startup costs of a mobile food business didn’t shake Saul’s determination.

“Food trailers are expensive,” he said. “The best way to get started is to finance part of the costs.”

Cal Central recommended Opportunity Fund as a financing option for Saul. Loan consultant Dulce Lomeli worked with Saul and Cal Central to secure the $49,000 loan he needed to complete the purchase of his food trailer.

“The whole thing was very efficient and fast,” he said. “Working with Dulce was easy. She helped me understand the loan requirements and which documents I needed to provide. I take good care of my credit score so that helped me get the loan. I give Opportunity Fund five stars.”

El Gran Taco Loco’s first mobile food venture is almost ready to hit the road. They’re still in catering mode for now, but Saul has been working on the operations permits for almost six months. “We should be up and running in a few weeks,” he said. “We want to operate in the San Leandro area. That’s my home. My family lives there, too. I want to bring my food to my town. I know my family and community will support my company.”

Saul hopes to buy a second food trailer to expand his business even more. We’re excited about El Gran Taco Loco’s delicious food, and we’re happy to help Saul’s family business reach more people around the Bay Area.

See how we helped Saul bring his handmade Mexican food to his community with a new food truck in our latest video success story:

We hope this story has inspired you. At Opportunity Fund, we offer easy-to-get, fast, and affordable small business loans to help small business owners succeed.  Visit our homepage to find out more.


Opportunity Fund is California’s largest and fastest-growing nonprofit lender to small businesses. Last year, we made $60M in loans to help more than 2,200 small business owners invest in their businesses.  Opportunity Fund invests in small business owners who do not have access to traditional financing. As a founding member and signatory to the Borrower’s Bill of Rights, we believe in the important role small businesses play in our community and the economy, and we aim to help owners financially succeed.

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Lia Hirtz started World Empanadas with a dream to make fresh, healthy food while working with her family. Opportunity Fund helped her buy a freezer unit and now World Empanadas is serving hungry people all around Burbank.

Our customers inspire us every day and we want to regularly share those stories to inspire you, too. This week, read about Lia Hirtz of World Empanadas in Burbank. Lia started her business with a dream to make fresh, healthy food while working with her family but faced major problems without a freezer and with mounting expenses from high interest merchant cash advance loans. Opportunity Fund helped Lia purchase a freezer unit and now World Empanadas is serving hungry people all around Burbank.

A Rapid Rise

A first-time entrepreneur at age 55, Lia Hirtz started World Empanadas in 2012 in in the back of a liquor store.  At first, it worked out with six months of free rent.  After they started growing and making over $16,000 a month, Lia saw the need to expand World Empanadas into their own space.

Growth was the biggest challenge for Lia and her family business.  Everyone loved their fresh, handmade food, but they needed a walk-in freezer to keep up with demand.

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World Empanadas serves fresh, healthy food for a wide range of tastes and dietary needs (Photo courtesy of ROF Industries)

“I really needed a freezer and I didn’t have the funds to buy it,” Lia said. “I knew we couldn’t grow without a place to store our empanadas. I was stuck.  I couldn’t sell any more.”

The Business Gets Cooking

Lia was facing more than just a freezer dilemma.  Her business was also tied up in aggressive merchant cash advance loans that helped finance their move into their new space and other improvements like installing a hood for the stove.  She had some capital thanks to personal loans from friends and family, but World Empanadas needed help to get the freezer unit that could make their business really take off.

Opportunity Fund loan consultant Robert Zapata connected with Lia and offered a $15,000 loan, which helped World Empanadas purchase the walk-in freezer unit.  Lia was overwhelmed with joy at the fast and easy loan process.

“I couldn’t believe it,” Lia said. “Within a few weeks Robert called me and told me I could pick up our check. It was just like that.”

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Opportunity Fund helped Lia purchase a freezer unit for her business. Now she can make more empanadas and expand her business (photo courtesy of ROF Industries)

Thanks to the improvements in their new space, World Empanadas makes about $60,000 a month in sales. Lia is thankful for the financing she needed to boost her business, but she’s even more thankful for the relationship with a responsible lender like Opportunity Fund.

World Empanadas is poised for even bigger things, with catering connections to television studios in Burbank like Warner Bros.  We’re happy to help World Empanadas make more dough by selling their freshly made treats, and we’re happy to help them with more capital for their business.

We hope this story has inspired you, too.  At Opportunity Fund, we offer easy-to-get, fast, and affordable small business loans to help small business owners succeed.  Visit our home page to find out more.


Opportunity Fund is California’s largest and fastest-growing nonprofit lender to small businesses. Last year, we made $60M in loans to help more than 2,200 small business owners invest in their businesses.  Opportunity Fund invests in small business owners who do not have access to traditional financing. As a founding member and signatory to the Borrower’s Bill of Rights, we believe in the important role small businesses play in our community and the economy, and we aim to help owners financially succeed.

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Felipe Pacheco turned his lifelong passion for computing into a successful business by serving Latino business owners in need of point of sale systems and software. Tekxcel has grown to serve 130 customers in the Latino community thanks to a micro business loan from Opportunity Fund.

Our customers inspire us every day and we want to regularly share those stories to inspire you, too. This week, read about Felipe Pacheco of Tekxcel in San Jose.  The former network administrator at Oracle turned his lifelong passion for computing into a successful business by serving Latino business owners in need of point of sale systems and software.  

Connecting Latino Business Owners to Technology Solutions

When Felipe Pacheco started Tekxcel in 2008, he saw a need within the Latino business community for improved point of sale systems, including restaurants, retail, and professional offices.

“We saw there was room for a company that could get computer systems to those customers,” Felipe said. “We noticed that most of them didn’t have those systems.”

Felipe got his start in the technology sector by working as a network administrator, most notably at Oracle.  He felt a strong pull toward entrepreneurship, which led him to the previously untapped Latino business owner market.  He also helps these underserved entrepreneurs by cutting through the Spanish language barrier.

He put his two strongest interests together to create a unique Silicon Valley small business, but financing challenges made it difficult for his business to thrive.

Opportunity Fund Helps Tekxcel Stay Online

Initially Felipe wanted funding to secure Tekxcel’s cash flow and improve his equipment inventory.

“When we first started, we had to wait to get payments from some of our clients,” he said.  “I needed equipment ready for installation.  Now we have everything we need.  Before, we were always running to the store to buy tools or cables when installing a system.  We don’t have to do that anymore.”

Felipe’s search for funding included unsuccessful attempts with his bank and other alternative lenders.  Tekxcel’s cash flow issues made it difficult for Felipe to get the financing he needed.

Opportunity Fund loan consultant Miguel Angel Barreras helped Tekxcel with a $10,000 loan in 2013. The partnership continued through two additional loans for $15,000 and $20,000 respectively.

“We got advertising for other lenders, but I said no to them,” Felipe said. “If I need something, I go to Opportunity Fund.   They said yes to me.”

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Felipe Pacheco, owner of Tekxcel Point of Sale Solutions, smiles while at work (Photo courtesy of Christian Peacock)

Since partnering with Opportunity Fund, Tekxcel has been able to keep a complete inventory.  He also credits Opportunity Fund for helping him improve his credit score thanks to on-time payments and affordable rates.  “My score has improved a lot, maybe by a couple of hundred points,” he said.

Felipe pointed out that while it was hard for him to break into the market due to difficulties with convincing business owners to start using updated computer systems, Tekxcel has expanded over the last three years to serve more than 130 customers in retail, restaurants, and other industries.

We’ll be there to support the next wave of Tekxcel’s growth.

We hope this story has inspired you, too.  At Opportunity Fund, we offer easy-to-get, fast, and affordable small business loans to help small business owners succeed.  Visit our home page to find out more.


Opportunity Fund is California’s largest and fastest-growing nonprofit lender to small businesses. Last year, we made $37M in loans to help more than 1,800 small business owners invest in their businesses.  Opportunity Fund invests in small business owners who do not have access to traditional financing. As a founding member and signatory to the Borrower’s Bill of Rights, we believe in the important role small businesses play in our community and the economy, and we aim to help owners financially succeed.

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William and Isabel Delgado took over their garage after a bad business partnership and are transforming it into their own business with a little help from a small business loan from Opportunity Fund.

Our customers inspire us every day and we want to regularly share those stories to inspire you, too. This week, read about how William and Isabel Delgado took over their garage after a bad business partnership and are now transforming it into their own business. The Delgados are a little closer to their dream thanks to a small business loan from Opportunity Fund.

A Broken Business Partnership

William and Isabel’s road to business ownership was a rough one.  They turned to a business partner to help them start Mechanic Zamer in Santa Ana. As immigrants, the Delgados didn’t understand how to get permits and licenses for their business.

Their partner handled that part of the business, but ended up shutting the Delgados out of the ownership.  Despite working to make their garage successful with William as the mechanic and Isabel the business administrator, they had no claim to the business as everything was under their partner’s name—including all the business revenues.

The partnership got even worse when their partner ran up nearly $60,000 in debt and even tried selling the business without telling the Delgados. They needed a quick fix to get their business back on track after the broken partnership.

Repairing the Business

The Delgados had to assume the entire debt left by their partner to take over the business.  Isabel used her ITIN number to start the business as their own, and soon Mechanic Zamer was a little closer to belonging to the Delgados.

Opportunity Fund loan consultant Osbaldo Velasquez reached out to Mechanic Zamer and offered a $2,600 loan to help with the costs of taking over the business.  They used the loan to pay off balances from their assumed debt and to boost cash flow.

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Isabel Delgado (left) got her business going thanks to help from Opportunity Fund loan consultant Osbaldo Velazquez (photo courtesy of ROF Industries)

Isabel is thankful for their chance to build Mechanic Zamer as truly her own business with her husband, and the Opportunity Fund partnership helps them build good credit.  They can also rely on a trustworthy lender, which means the world to them especially after their rough business partnership. Osbaldo truly went the distance to help his borrowers, even providing driving directions to the Delgados on the day they came into our Southern California office to sign their loan documents.

We’re happy to help the Delgados succeed and we’ll be there when they need us again.

We hope this story has inspired you, too.  At Opportunity Fund, we offer easy-to-get, fast, and affordable small business loans to help small business owners succeed.  Visit our home page to find out more.


Opportunity Fund is California’s largest and fastest-growing nonprofit lender to small businesses. Last year, we made $37M in loans to help more than 1,800 small business owners invest in their businesses.  Opportunity Fund invests in small business owners who do not have access to traditional financing. As a founding member and signatory to the Borrower’s Bill of Rights, we believe in the important role small businesses play in our community and the economy, and we aim to help owners financially succeed.

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