1. CARES Act
    Apr 01 2020

    The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the CARES Act) was signed into law by the President on March 27, 2020, allocating $349 billion to small businesses and private, non-profits through multiple relief programs administered by the SBA.

  2. Baker-Polito Administration Loan Fund Announcement
    Mar 16 2020

    Small businesses impacted by COVID-19 will have access to capital assistance

  3. Open Sign
    Mar 05 2020

    As we enter into a new decade, MGCC is thrilled to take a look back and celebrate 10 years of empowering small business

  4. Roddy MedSpa
    Feb 26 2020

    MGCC's Real Estate Enhancement Financing (REEF) loan is designed to assistMassachusetts businesses purchase or refinance owner-occupied commercial real estatewith their banks.

  5. Community Development Capital and Microlending Program
    Feb 06 2020

    The Community Development Capital and Microlending programs seek to spur job creation and small business growth across the Commonwealth by lowering the barriers to capital access.

  6. Why MA
    Jan 10 2020

    Team Massachusetts is here to explain why businesses should choose Massachusetts to start, grow or locate a business.

  7. REEF
    Dec 19 2019

    MGCC specializes in lending solutions for Massachusetts small businesses. One of the creative products we utilize is our Real Estate Enhancement Financing loan, better known as a REEF loan. Check out

  8. YouTube Video Still
    Nov 27 2019

    MGCC's President Larry Andrews joined Cambridge College's VP of Innovation and Strategic Initiatives Mark Rontondo on BNN News. The segment discusses the recent partnership with Mel King Institute for

  9. SBTAGP FY20 Announcement
    Nov 19 2019

    Fiscal Year 2020 awarded grants range from $20,000 to $175,000 and enable nonprofit organizations throughout Massachusetts to provide crucial services to under-resourced small businesses in urban and rural communities.

  10. Cambridge College, Flyer Photo
    Nov 12 2019

    A new partnership between Cambridge College, Mel King Institute & MGCC has formed an innovative program that will educate small business development officers throughout the Commonwealth.