Community Futures Sunrise

11 - 3rd Street North East, Weyburn, SK - Phone: (306) 842-8803

Community Futures Sunrise

Sunrise Community Futures RegionCommunity Futures (CF) Sunrise provides loans, advice and support to entrepreneurs and businesses in southeast Saskatchewan. With a mission to support the development of business in the region, CF Sunrise strives to offer innovative and customized financing and training options that encourage business growth.

The board and staff are committed to helping entrepreneurs access the capital and training needed to create and grow successful businesses. Get in touch with CF Sunrise today. We’re here to help!

CF Sunrise is part of a network of 267 Community Futures offices across Canada. We have a rich history of helping businesses succeed. Community Futures - a Canadian Success Story.

 

Low-Interest Microloans  

NEW Low-Interest Microloans:  CF Sunrise Biz Start and Biz Boost Microloans of up to $25,000 are low interest, flexible, business financing solutions for entrepreneurs in southeast Saskatchewan.  Find out more or apply today! 

Biz Start Micro-Loans (new or in operation for less than one year)

Biz Boost Micro-Loans  (existing business)

 

We also have loans of up to $150,000 to help you start or expand a business in southeast Saskatchewan.  Call or email Community Futures Sunrise today:  306.842.8803 or sunrise.cfdc@sasktel.net 

A loan from Community Futures can help you achieve your goals. Learn More

 

Resources for Restauranteurs

CF Sunrise and the team at Nail the Numbers have heard you loud and clear!  Your restaurant is experiencing big challenges during this pandemic . . . so we've asked Business Pro Ron Robichaud for help.

Ron's winning formula for creating bottom-line profit in restaurants has been captured in this captivating three-part video series (with accompanying worksheets).  And it's free for you to access anytime, and anywhere!

Rural Resilience for Restauranteurs is now LIVE!  Click to Access

 

How to turn your side hustle into a Money Maker

Thinking of turning your hobby into your main source of income? Watch this short video to learn what is needed to start a business in Saskatchewan.

Our staff will walk you through the steps to follow, suggest some things to consider when contemplating your path to entrepreneurship, and provide a handy list of resources to review and use as you need.

  

Self-Employment Program

Are you currently on Employment Insurance and interested to start a business?  The Self-Employment Program may be right for you.  Learn More

   

 

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Verna-ONeill

Verna O’Neill
General Manager
306.842.1768

Teresa LaFoy

Teresa LaFoy
Business Analyst
306.842.1758

Marion-Scott

Marion Scott
Office Administrator
306.842.8803

Andria Brady3crop
Andria Brady
Regional Economic Development Coordinator
306.842.1767
Christina Birch

Christina Birch (Maternity Leave)
Regional Economic Development Coordinator