Grants are sums of money given to help further the goals of small businesses or individuals. They can be awarded by government entities or private businesses. Unlike a loan, grants do not need to be repaid.
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The MicroBusiness COVID-19 Relief Grant Program (Sacramento County Microbusiness Grant Program) is made possible by the California Office of the Small Business Advocate (CalOSBA) and the County of Sacramento.
In partnership with Working Solutions CDFI, the Sonoma County Economic Development Board (EDB) is pleased to announce the launch of the California Microbusiness COVID-19 Relief Grant Program, which will provide grants of $2,500 to local microbusinesses significantly impacted by COVID-19. Grant amounts and eligibility requirements are set by the funder, the California Office of the Small Business Advocate (CalOSBA).
This Fall, Bucks Built will invest $25,000 into 5 early-stage startups with funding from the Bucks County Industrial Development Authority and provide 5 grants of up to $5,000 funded by Penn Community Bank. We’re not currently accepting applications, but don’t fret, you can submit an early interest form to get on our radar for the next funding round later this year.
The Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED) designates innovation hubs within iHub areas to stimulate partnerships economic development and job creation by leveraging iHub partner assets to provide an innovation platform for startup businesses, economic development organizations, business groups, and venture capitalists.
Spark Wilkes-Barre is a grant program available to entrepreneurs, start-up businesses, or relocating businesses that can be used towards rent in year one of a lease at an approved location within the City of Wilkes-Barre, as well as reimbursable parking fees. There are three tiers of funding available, depending upon where you are in your business lifecycle, and how many employees you currently have. The business applying for grant funding must be located in Wilkes-Barre to be eligible.
In accordance with the Scranton ARPA mission, the city is seeking applications for Façade Improvement funding for disproportionately impacted small businesses. The city will partner with local non-profits; Scranton Tomorrow, NeighborWorks, and United Neighborhood Centers of NEPA to administer this program.
In accordance with the Scranton ARPA mission, the city is seeking applications for Business Start Up or Expansion funding. Awards are available to assist businesses and entrepreneurs to develop startups or an expansion of a business in the city. Businesses had to open after March 3, 2021.
The City of Marion is launching a Business Innovation & Support Grant specifically for small businesses in the community who have navigated the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic. The grant is designed to provide financial relief on a matching basis for innovation, expansion, and growth to Marion businesses. The funding comes from Marion’s allocation of American Rescue Plan Act funding. Approximately $450,000 is designated through the Marion program for local small business support.
The Thurston Strong Small Business Grant is available to local enterprises working to recover from the financial impacts of COVID-19. Approximately $4.5 million including dedicated funding for minority-owned businesses. Individual grants are calculated on demonstrated economic injury, up to a $10,000 maximum.
The program may cover revenue losses related to utility expenses, mortgage and rent arrears, and other specific expenses to alleviate the financial impacts of COVID-19. Funds are allocated out of the US Treasury’s State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund (SLFRF) as part of the federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). Grants. The Chamber may award eligible small business up to $50,000 in funds.
The California Office of the Small Business Advocate has released new grant funding to benefit microbusinesses in San Mateo County. The first-round deadline to apply is Monday, April 11, 2022. Applications will continue to be accepted after April 11 until all funds are awarded. Please submit your eligibility form as soon as possible. The portal will close when all funds are awarded.
Through federal funding provided by the American Rescue Plan Act, small businesses can apply for grant funding of up to $1,000 to help repair storefront property damages to window or door glass that occurred on or after March 3, 2021. Grant funding will help cover costs to repair current property damage or reimburse business owners for costs paid out of pocket for past damages due to vandalism or property crime.
The vision of the program is to increase the vitality of Downtown Chehalis businesses by providing funds for a robust, well-positioned online presence. Eligible grant expenses include the creation or improvement of a business website, digital marketing advertising, e-commerce development costs, and social media management. The grants provide a 75% match of project costs up to $2,500 per business, for approved improvement costs. Applications will be accepted for as long as funding is available
The County of Kings announces the availability of up to $500,000 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding. The State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Funds legislation, part of the ARPA, was signed into law by President Biden on March 11, 2021. The bill includes $65.1 billion in direct, flexible aid to every county in America. Kings County was allocated $29,706,802.
The Façade Improvement Grants would provide up to 50% of the estimated work cost, up to $25,000. Grants will be available to any small/local businesses and property owners with tenants who are small business owners.
This grant provides up to $2,000 for vandalism-related costs. Examples of damages include broken windows, broken doors, broken locks, etching on windows, graffiti, and more.
The Minneapolis Foundation, in partnership with LISC Twin Cities and Propel Nonprofits, today announced the launch of a new grant opportunity to support small business recovery and rebuilding in three of the Minneapolis business corridors worst hit by the combined impact of COVID-19 and the destruction following the murder of George Floyd.
ESD is providing grants of up to $25,000 to help companies start exporting or increase their global exports. Grants of up to $100,000 are available to not-for-profit organizations that provide export assistance and trade education to New York State companies. The grant will reimburse up to 50% of total project costs.
In partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), grants are being offered to qualifying small and medium-sized business to increase the number of businesses entering the export market, and to increase the value of exports for businesses that currently export. As of 12/7/22 all STEP 10 funding has been allocated. You may submit your application but it will be placed on hold until further notice. If funding becomes available, you will be notified.
SF Shines is San Francisco’s storefront improvement grant program for small businesses and nonprofits. Design Services grants aim to assist businesses in getting permit drawings for improvements to their storefronts to help with compliance, safety, and business operations.