Slide 5 - We believe in your business
We believe in your business.
Slide 1- Your success is our success
Your success is our success.
Slide 4 - We help your business grow
We help your business grow.
Slide 3 - Part of your community
Part of your community
Slide 6 - We care about your business
We care about your business.
Slide 2 - We can help you succeed.
We can help you succeed.
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Services / Programs

Business Loans

Business Loans

Looking for financing? Whether you’re looking to get a business off the ground, expand an existing operation or purchase equipment – we have the loan to fit your needs.

Innovation Grants


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Business Advice

Business Advice

Looking for expert advice to help you achieve the vision you have for your business? We offer one-on-one business advice to assist you in assessing and planning a business start-up, expansion or relocation. And it’s free.

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What is "Community Futures"?

Land Acknowledgement

Grenville CFDC serves communities located on the traditional territory of the Kanien:keha’ka (Mohawk) people of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy; and unceded territory of the Algonquin (Anishinaabeg) people. We also recognize the historical relationship of other member nations of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, as well as other nations, to this land. The place where we live and work is a part of the one dish, one spoon treaty, a pre-contact diplomatic agreement between the Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabeg, and Mississauga peoples, later updated to include newcomers in a spirit of friendship and peace. This treaty reflects an agreement to share responsibility for the land. We are grateful for the diplomacy, stewardship, and knowledge of First Peoples, which continue to benefit all of us. We recognize and strive to better understand the impacts of colonialism in Canada. We actively seek ways to use our role in the community to contribute to the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and to cultivate a strong relationship with all First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples in our community and beyond.