Our commitment

  • Since it directly benefits the communities where we serve, work, and live, expanding mutually beneficial relationships with certified minority, women, LGBTQ, veteran, and small-business suppliers is important to us.
  • By valuing diversity, we may increase the number of vendors we work with and find more high-quality products and services that satisfy our demands at reasonable, attractive prices.
  • Our dedication to inclusive procurement procedures that generate shared value with a broad collection of suppliers reflects our belief that we can achieve more together.

Why we’re doing this

Reflects our company's core values

One way we demonstrate to stakeholders that our company embraces diversity and inclusion is through a fully operational supplier diversity program, where opportunities are provided to diverse enterprises that offer bottom-line commercial value to our supply chain.

Business expansion

As we increase our market presence and dedication to the economic development and well-being of neighborhood communities, the Harpcredit brand gains.

Favorable to innovation

Supplier diversity brings new ideas, viewpoints, backgrounds, and experiences to Harpcredit


Why we’re doing this

Reflects our company's core values

One way we demonstrate to stakeholders that our company embraces diversity and inclusion is through a fully operational supplier diversity program, where opportunities are provided to diverse enterprises that offer bottom-line commercial value to our supply chain.

Business expansion

As we increase our market presence and dedication to the economic development and well-being of neighborhood communities, the Harpcredit brand gains.

Favorable to innovation

Supplier diversity brings new ideas, viewpoints, backgrounds, and experiences to Harpcredit


Qualifying suppliers

The Supplier Diversity Program at Harpcredit offers qualified small and diverse companies the chance to become one of our authorized suppliers of goods or services.

The following suppliers are eligible for this program, but not just these:

  • Small Disadvantaged Businesses (SDBs)
  • Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs)
  • Women Business Enterprises (WBEs)
  • Veteran Business Enterprises (VBEs)
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender Business Enterprises (LGBTBEs)
  • Disability Owned Business Enterprises (DOBEs)