Dave Gaines:

Dave Gaines runs an organization called Sacramento Autistic Spectrum and Special Needs Alliance, Inc. (SASSNA) that was established in 2011. SASSNA provides services primarily to special needs children. Lending Works, Inc.’s www.lendingworksinc.com loan of $3000.00 allowed Dave’s organization to stay open during hard economic times. Lending Works, Inc. is honored to have supported an organization that provides such valuable services to the community. SASSNA continues to provide comprehensive assistance to mentally-diverse youth and their families so that every aspect of the young person’s development is cared for.

James Royall Jr.:

James Royall, Jr. wanted to start his own yard work business in Sonora, CA and needed start-up capital. He requested a loan of $1,500.00. Thanks to the loan from Lending Works, Inc. www.lendingworksinc.com he was able to start his business.

Rachel Holland:
Lending Works, Inc. www.lendingworksinc.com helps businesses be successful by giving out Interest Free Loans up to $3000.00. 
Rachel Holland was granted a loan to start a business called Cookie Lee Jewelry. Rachel eventually paid her loan off and started another business making and creating her own jewelry called Sparkling Jewels by Rachel Holland. Rachel sells on consignment or at events such as the Supported Life Conference.

Janice Taketa:
Janice Taketa was granted a loan to purchase a commercial shredder for her business, Taketa Shredding. Janice received a loan for $3,000 that she used to upgrade her equipment. Janice said that with her new shredder her business is more efficient and the number of clients have increased. Janice also loves the independence of operating her own business. Janice continues to pay her loan in a timely manner.

Steven Kaweski:
Steven Kaweski was granted a loan to purchase a scanner for his business, Sunrise Document Services. Steven received a loan for $3,000 that he used to upgrade his equipment. Steven said that with the new scanner, he can do scanning and archiving for realtors and other small businesses that are transitioning from paper to digital documents. A lot of people still have family photos that they need scanned and digitized, too.