The C.A.T.WALK Boutique Thomas had operated the store without help for the first several years, but growth was slow. She realized the limitations of her business model and her lack of knowledge of her customers. “I couldn’t even see. I had no idea where it was going,” Thomas said. But in 2012 Thomas received grant […]
Community Forklift But the idea might not have gotten off the ground if not for Wacif. Over ten years ago Wacif gave the organization a $200,000 loan to help fund the then start-up. Then in 2012, Wacif gave Community Forklift another $25,000 loan to purchase a truck to support its growing warehouse business.