The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting small businesses and nonprofits, and Bridgeway is here to help. We are bringing our resources to the table with emergency loans, application assistance, and business guidance.Learn More
We have transitioned our team to work remotely and are temporarily closing our office locations starting Monday, March 16th, for two weeks following guidance from public health officials. We have taken steps to safeguard the continuity of our operations with a fully remote workforce. Our team stands ready to serve you and conduct business from anywhere.Learn more about the steps we have taken
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“One of the true turning points was the moment where other business owners and organizations offered to order masks from us,” she says. With a small grant from Bridgeway Capital’s Creative Business Accelerator program, they were then able to to begin to pay some of their 300 volunteers who couldn’t afford to keep working for free due to lost income.
"“Some people make donations. Some people go to the pay-what-you-can market, and they leave money in the line to help make it work,” he said. A $10,000 grant from Bridgeway Capital was especially welcome."
"Thanks to $10,000 in grants from Bridgeway Capital and Neighborhood Allies, Pierre and his small team are feeding hundreds of Pittsburghers from Thursday to Sunday. Now, Pierre is cooking out of a full-service kitchen at the Energy Innovation Center in the Hill District with food provided by food banks and organizations like 412 Food Rescue."
“Our COVID-19 Response Fund makes patient and responsive capital available to sustain small businesses and nonprofits that may not be adequately supported by other economic recovery efforts,” said T.J. Bogdewic, President and CEO, Bridgeway Capital, in the statement. “Now, more than ever, our region needs patient capital to ensure that the potential of all communities and entrepreneurs persists through the present crisis.”
May 20, 2020 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf recently announced that a number of Southwestern PA counties will move to the yellow zone of reopening. …
May 15, 2020 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Join local marketing experts Rob Carney and Maria Marchione from Carney for a panel discussion exploring how small businesses can adjust their …
Are you looking to improve your understanding of financials? Develop your business’ financial strategy and growth areas? Join Bridgeway Capital’s BID Program in this upcoming webinar on Understanding Financial …
May 1, 2020 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. What can I deduct? What is a Schedule C? How do I deduct my home studio? Hannah Cole is a tax …