Developing strong Native
business leaders, families and citizens of all tribes in Nebraska, Iowa, and southeast South Dakota.
Native 360 Loan Fund’s mission is to provide affordable credit, capital, technical assistance and related programs to help build strong and self-sufficient Native American business owners, families and citizens. We serve the citizens of all tribes in Nebraska, Iowa, and southeast South Dakota.
Native360’s Marketing Academy
Quick online training to help grow your business. Spend an hour with us and get help with the things that matter to you and your business.
Latest Past Events
Joshua Iron Shell – The Gutter Connection
Accounting, marketing and training support from Native360 made all the difference for Joshua Iron Shell when he started his new company, The Gutter Connection in Lincoln, NE.
Morning Star Graphics – Keeping Memories Alive
Bethany Drapeau started her business to help her customers honor lost loved ones. Unsure about making the transition from teacher to entrepreneur, Native 360 provided the funding and expertise necessary to make her passion a reality.
See What Other Entrepreneurs Say About Empowerment Workshop 2021
An overview of our annual workshop for entrepreneurs that highlights the resources and training available through Native360 Loan Fund.
Blue Raven Music – Music for All
As there was a financial crisis in 2009, Matt and Jenny Richardson were having a hard time securing a loan to start Blue Raven Music. In order to pursue their passion, Matt and Jenny needed to pay off some debt, opening up funds for Blue Raven Music. Jenny reached out to Native 360 Loan Fund and immediately made progress with starting Blue Raven Music.
Jamico Construction – Paving the Way
For Rebecca Oberle, president of Jamico Construction, entrepreneurship runs in her family. So when the construction demands in Nebraska were growing, there was no hesitation to start a concrete flat work business.
Wells Fargo Open For Business Grant Provides Relief and Hope!
Hedgewood Tree Service LLC started in 2015 with one employee and minimal equipment. Over the years, and with the help of Native360 Loan Fund, owner Matt Nightser has watched his business grow tremendously.
Native360 Loan Fund and Wells Fargo has taken Hedgewood Tree Service LLC to new heights in 2021! Thank you Wells Fargo!
Native360 is a Proud Supporter of
For rapidly growing Glass Services of Council Bluffs, IA, scaling from 5 to 30 employees in one year presented a unique set of challenges. Sean Nightser, a Ponca tribe member, and his wife Leigh, turned to the team at Native360 Loan Fund for help with business coaching, industry-specific consultants, commercial loans and other financial services.
“The business coaching helped quite a bit, “Sean Nightser said. “It really was much more than I expected. They just wanted to help, and it was just a good feeling because I didn’t know what to expect.”
Native360 is a Proud Supporter of
Native360 is proud to support Jessica Johnson in the 2019 Miss Omaha Pageant. Contestants volunteer in the Omaha metro area and across the state of Nebraska, promoting issues important to them and inspiring people everywhere to become the best version of themselves. Contest participants have gone on to become successful doctors, businesswomen, world champions and award-winning journalists.
Our Clients Say It Best
Have you been thinking about working with Native360, but aren’t sure what to expect? You aren’t alone.
Please take a few minutes and watch this short video. You’ll learn more about Native360 from business owners we have worked with in the past. Bottom line: We’re here to help you start or build a strong Native business.
Native American-serving community development financial institutions to set policy priorities and then meet directly with Congress News Release Native CDFI Network The Native CDFI Network (NCN) will hold the firstRead more
ALBUQUERQUE – Native American leaders, bankers and federal officials met here Aug. 27-28 to discuss capital needs of Indian Country and modernizing the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) to better meet the needs of tribal governments and citizens.