Small businesses like the ones found in Victory are integral to a community’s vitality. They provide opportunities for neighbors to connect, contribute to a community’s sense of place, and help residents spend money locally. It is for this reason that the Victory Neighborhood Association prioritizes finding ways to support the businesses operating here and works to bring new businesses into the neighborhood. Often ViNA advocates on behalf of businesses to bring improved infrastructure to the neighborhood and support in their licensure and variance process.
ViNA offers storefront businesses grants totaling up to $10,000 to make physical improvements to the interior and exterior of their space. Details on the organization’s grant programs can be found here.
If you are considering opening a business in Victory, please get in touch with the Victory Neighborhood Association. We can connect you with resources to launch your business and provide you with real estate opportunities.
ViNA’s Business Committee oversees the organizations’ business support activities. New members are welcome at any time. The committee meets the second Saturday of most months at 8am at Emily’s F&M Café.