Better investment opportunities await.

EnrichHER’s Funding is fueling the growth of women-led businesses by enabling female founders to secure capital in an affordable and non-dilutive way. Similar to Kiva, we provide investors with an opportunity to lend to small businesses. EnrichHER Loans range from $50,000 to $75,000 and are made to pre-screened women-led companies.  

Micro-Cap Investing in Women-Led Businesses. Simplified. 

We help savvy investors generate monthly cash flows by investing in women.

Women-led Firms

All companies are pre-screened to ensure they meet our EnrichHER Certified Business Standards. 

Cash Flows

Business repay investors on a monthly basis. Get monthly reoccuring re-payments from invested funds. Loan interest rates vary from 10%-17%

Social Impact

Be a part of social change, empowerment, and creative uses of monetary value and micro-cap investing in bigger companies.

Why Focus on Women-led Firms?

According to McKinsey & Company, Women-led ventures outperform all teams by 63% 

Only 16% of all conventional small business loans go to women-led businesses

Women-owned businesses are fastest growing segment of new business startups 

Women Pay Back - women-led business borrowers have a lower loan default rate than borrowers overall

EnrichHER Funding Finalists

EnrichHER is excited to share our list of finalists to receive the inaugural round of loans.

  • 4D Healthware is Software as a Service (SaaS) company providing telemedicine, other tech-enabled services and remote nursing care to patients with chronic diseases. Star Cunningham’s own personal struggle with chronic disease along with her experience at IBM building smart data solutions led her to found the company in 2012. 4D Healthware has raised $2.3M in capital to date and used it to build HIPAA compliant software that uses smart devices (e.g. blood pressure cuffs, glucometers, etc.) that work seamlessly with doctors, nurses and wellness coaches to provide 24/7 support to help patients better manage chronic diseases. 4D Healthware is looking for a $30K loan to fund hiring and training of nurses to meet the increased demand for their services. 
  • Mercaris is a data and trading company for organic and non-GMO commodities (e.g. soybeans, corn, etc). While a plethora of data exists for the traditional commodities market, there was no such data or trading platform for organic commodities until Kellee James, a veteran of the Chicago Climate Exchange and a past White House Fellow, founded the company in 2013. Since then, Mercaris has doubled its revenue each year and is on track to do $550K in revenue in 2018. They have raised over $5M in capital from angels and venture capital funds and are looking for a $50K loan to fund the upgrade their technology platform. 
  • Journey Foods is a food tech business that is using science and data to create plant-based foods & ingredients to replace more toxic and animal-based foods. The founder, Riana Lynn is a biologist and serial entrepreneur who founded Journey Foods in 2016 with a team of food science veterans. Riana’s accomplishments have been featured in CNBC, Forbes, USA Today, Wired, TechCrunch, INC, and Entrepreneur Magazine. Their first product, Journey Bites, is one of the most nutrient-dense snacks on the market, creating an alternative to current on-the-go options. They are requesting a $50K loan to fund scientific research, marketing, and sales.
  • LilliRNB is a systems integration consulting company focused on the retail point of sale market. Barbara Jones, the founder, was a successful IT consultant who founded Lillii RNB 5 years ago as a way to leverage her expertise and ensure more people of color and women are able to excel in the tech sector. They have well-known clients including LL Bean and Home Depot, are integration partners for Oracle Retail, NCR and APTOS POS systems and will do more than $1.2M in revenue in 2018. They currently have more work than they can staff and are looking for a $75K loan to fund hiring and training new staff, with the bulk of the new recruits being women and minorities.