The Southern Appalachian Fund will invest in low-income census tracts in Kentucky, Tennessee, and the Appalachian counties of Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi. Click here to see a map of the targeted region. A low-income census tract is defined by federal statute. Low-income census tracts include geographic areas that meet one or more of the following descriptions:
In determining whether or not a business is located in a targeted census tract, the following information source will be helpful.
If your business is not located within a low-income census tract
within the targeted region, the Southern Appalachian Fund will
not consider an investment in your company.