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2022 Impact Report

Our 2022 Milestones

Since 2018, our community has: 


invested in local businesses 




loan campaigns


campaigns funded


already repaid to investors

Building vibrant, financially empowered communities

We are where traditional banks are not

Honeycomb is getting money flowing to businesses that are often overlooked by traditional lenders.


This year, 80% of the businesses that we've worked with have been women-owned, minority-owned, or based in low-to-moderate income communities.

Foundations are investing, too.

This year, Honeycomb became the first loan crowdfunding platform where large-impact investors have committed to invest in businesses alongside community members. Investments from our Matching Funds Partners are accelerating the growth of local businesses and economies.


For example, The Jessie Ball Dupont Fund, located in Jacksonville, has invested $115,000 across 7 businesses. 






in low-to-moderate income communities

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