BaDundle is a full circle baby clothing solution from newborn to toddler sizes. An earth-friendly, pre-loved, recycled wardrobe delivered like new. Shipped in a reusable, durable purple box with no disposable packaging. When your baby outgrows their clothes, simply send unwanted baby clothes back for a possible credit, donation or recycling. To place an order or for more information, check out their website!
The Yurok Tribe Alliance CDFI helped my small, all native, women led business stay alive during the COVID-19 pandemic. Funds through the program allowed me to hire folks to develop a website and manage my social media accounts and provided a mechanism to sell my art safely online. - Louisa McCovey, Owner & Designer
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Shirley Matilton-Feather is the founder and owner of Feathers Hair Artistry in Ukiah, CA. She built her business from the ground up, and created a vegan, sulfate and paragon free hair care line. Shirley won Ukiah Main Street's new business of the year in 2016, and most recently was honored at Mendocino County's Women's History Gala in March of 2022. The Alliance CDFI is proud to be a part of Shirley's journey as a business owner. For information about Feathers Hair Artistry, or to contact for services, please check out their website!
I would like to thank The Alliance CDFI for providing assistance to me while expanding a Yurok business here on our homeland. I have always had a "can do attitude" for Native people. I was able to take the opportunity to utilize the CDFI's business lending program which gave me the ability to give back to our people. I'd like to encourage other small business owners to take the chance on pursuing any and all dreams they have.
- Victor Knight CEO, V&P SERVICES INC.
In 2010, Jan and Marty Wortman's family purchased the History Requa Inn, located on the Yurok Reservation. For the first time in over 160 years, the property was owned by a Yurok Tribal member. The last couple of years have been challenging, but with the assistance and support of The Alliance CDFI we were able to survive the pandemic, and we will continue to keep our family legacy intact. - Jan Wortman, Owner of the Requa Inn
Joseph Marrufo Trucking began in October of 2020. We are a Native owned and operated business, and together as a family we have all pitched in to make our dream a reality. Staring a business takes commitment and we all made sacrifices along the way, but it was worth every bit of it! My wife Kathy runs the business from home and does all the paperwork and administrative duties. Our two youngest boys are the truck detailers, future business owner/operators, and are my daily motivation to keep the truck tires rolling. We have become a successful new thriving family business. The Alliance CDFI played a huge part in our beginning phases. We are forever thankful for the support they provided in helping us purchase our first super 10 dump truck (more to come). Thanks again CDFI and Yurok Tribe! We must be willing to work hard and do the footwork to succeed!
- Joe Marrufo, Owner of Joseph Marrufo Trucking
For more information about Joe Marrufo Trucking: (707) 951-8424