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What Google’s Favorite Bay Area Nonprofits Would Do With A $500K Grant

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According to CEO José Quiñonez, the Mission Asset Fund currently partners with nine nonprofits in San Francisco and Alameda County to “formalize informal loans” — basically, reporting loans between friends to credit bureaus so that a small loan to help buy a bike can improve one’s credit score. Mission Asset Fund plans to use the $500,000 grant from Google to expand its partnerships to a total of 28 nonprofits and improve the technology behind its “Social Loans Platform,” built on Salesforce CRM.”

by Kyle Russell

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