Washington Community Alliance for Self-Help (CASH)
Business Technology Training Program
Washington CASH will use the Technology Matching Funds to establish a Business Technology Training Program to increase computer literacy and technical business skills among low-income business owners. By providing access and knowledge, we empower people to operate their businesses competitively in the information age. This project will consist of three free business technology training courses per quarter over the next four quarters: Business Computing; Business Internet; and Business Bookkeeping.
Kathy Gilman, Executive Director
Washington CASH is a community-based, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that fosters self-sufficiency and self-employment for low-income women, people with disabilities and new immigrants to the U.S.
Washington CASH provides a business training course, microcredit lending services from $500-$5,000, technical business assistance and peer support to enable low-income women (especially women currently dependent on public assistance), people with disabilities and new immigrants/refugees to start or expand self-employment ventures.
Washington CASH Progress Report