Any business that is majority Black-owned and has between one and 50 employees may apply for grants worth $4,000 each — $2,500 in cash and $1,500 in Facebook ad credit. This means that Facebook plans to support up to 10,000 Black-owned businesses through the grant program.
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Is your business still in need of funding due to COVID-19 and its effect on the economy? The PPP program may be over and done with, but state, county, and city governments are tapping into CARES Act funds to deliver grants to local businesses. Find out how you can get money and funding for your small business.
Women Who Tech has just launched the COVID-19 Tech Challenge, which will deliver $10K and $3K in grant funding to two women-led tech startups. Learn how to apply and whether your business is eligible.
Citizens Banks just announced a $1.5 million grant program designed to help minority-run small businesses affected by COVID-19. Does your business qualify?
COVID-19’s destructive wake has damaged small businesses of all kinds, but those led by women have been disproportionately affected, based on a new report by Facebook. A survey found that 71% of women-led businesses in the US are operational or engaging in any sort of revenue-generating activity compared to 83% of those run by men.
$1 million is now available for US-based small businesses thanks to a grant program announced today by financial firm The Hartford and Main Street America, a nonprofit focused on revitalizing older and historic commercial districts. The HartBeat of Main Street Grant Program will sponsor grants ranging from $5,000 to $15,000 in size.
Small business aid made available through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Support Act has been making headlines, but many small business owners missed out on funding, do not qualify, or did not receive enough money to sustain their business for an extended period of time. The good news, though, is that many companies and organizations are offering millions of dollars in grant money to small business owners.
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The federal government is still shaping its response to the unfolding coronavirus pandemic and the accompanying economic fallout, so a lot of questions remain with regard to what kind of relief will eventually be available. In the meantime, if your small business is suffering, there are some resources you can immediately tap that can either directly extend credit to you, or help guide you to it.
Grants can be a great way to get the funding your nonprofit needs to make a difference in your community. Learn about the best places to find grants so you’re taking maximum advantage of the funding options available to your nonprofit.