2021 Impact Report

Our 2021 Milestones

Since 2018, our community has: 


invested in local businesses 




loan campaigns


campaigns funded


already repaid to investors

 Our business owner community

Creating local opportunity by growing local businesses

From pandemic pivots to long-awaited expansions, small businesses across the country are turning to local investors to fund their next step.

Hear from Honeycomb alumni about how a crowdfunded business loan transformed their business and engaged their community:

Business financing with an impact

Throughout the country, qualified entrepreneurs like Darren must often put growth on hold after being denied a bank loan.


Thanks to the Honeycomb investor community, a creditworthy business like Carter's BBQ can access the investment it needs to scale.






in low-to-moderate income communities

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This year contained a flurry of activity on Main Street, despite the setbacks of the ongoing pandemic. Vital crowdfunded loans to small businesses kept capital flowing and fueled Main Street's recovery.

Get the full scoop on how Honeycomb Credit, small businesses, and everyday investors built vibrant financially empowered communities in 2021!


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