coronavirus loans impact loans

Coronavirus Impact

Up to $20,000

Loans offered to Jewish individuals throughout Northern California and to all employees of Northern California Jewish organizations (regardless of religion). Loans can assist with needs such as: rent & mortgage payments • food, insurance, & child care • property taxes • small business expenses.

Loan amounts up to $20,000, repayment schedules vary. Click orange button below to apply. We can turn loans around in a matter of days, when needed. If you’re unsure what loan type to apply for, select the one that seems like the best fit. A loan officer will work with you to figure out what type of loan will be most helpful.

Questions? Contact Valerie at (415) 546-9902 x110 or info@hflasf.org.

Review our Guarantor FAQs here, including special guarantor policies for Coronavirus Impact loans.

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