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Grant Updates (04/24 - 05/05/23)

Be Nimble Accelerators

Be NImble Food Entrepreneurship Accelerator is for emerging Black and Brown chefs and food entrepreneurs. In partnership with 16 Tech, this three-month program will take emerging food entrepreneurs from idea to test kitchen to revenue generation. After the 3-month program, chefs will be prepared to open their own concepts, whether they are brick and mortar restaurants, food trucks, or take-out/delivery only restaurants

Deadline: 6/30/2023


BeyGOOD Foundation (led by Beyoncé Knowles-Carter)

1,000 Small Businesses provided with grant opportunities and/or business sustainability support services. Business must be in Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York

Deadline: N/A


Cherokee County Small Business Grants

Businesses should hold a valid business license issued through Cherokee County, Ball Ground, Canton, Holly Springs, Nelson, Waleska or Woodstock and have less than 500 employees (GA). Up to $30,000

Deadline: 04/30/23


Finnovation Lab Fellowship

The FINNOVATION Lab is inviting applications for its Fellowship Program to support impact driven entrepreneurs as they lead and launch sustainable and innovative businesses. Supported by the Bush Foundation, its goal is to inspire, equip, and connect social business leaders in Minnesota through an immersive nine-month program. Upto $50,000

Deadline: 5/14/2023


Fund Small Business Bootcamp

Thirty women and non-binary small business owners across all industries, with gross annual revenue between $25,000 and $199,999, will be selected in each city to participate in the week-long virtual bootcamp. The program will culminate with an evening of in-person networking and community building, during which time program participants will have the opportunity to compete in a pitch competition with the chance to win a cash prize to support their business’s growth.

Deadline: 05/31/23


Henry County Small Business Grants

For-profit businesses located in Henry County with fewer than 100 employees can apply.

Up to $10,000

Deadline: 04/26/23


JVS Philadelphia Fund for Women

The JVS Philadelphia Fund for Women provides capital and coaching to women-owned enterprises with strong growth potential in Greater Philadelphia. Up to $50,000.

Deadline: 6/1/2023


Just Brooklyn Prize

The Just Brooklyn Prize, presented by The Social Justice Fund in partnership with Brooklyn Community Foundation, is awarded to five BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) changemakers annually who are dedicated to strengthening and building power within Brooklyn’s communities. Leaders are submitted for consideration through a public nomination process (April 10 - May 15, 2023) and chosen by a Selection Committee of distinguished Brooklynites. The $20,000 prize is awarded without restrictions, in honor of winners’ contributions to the borough in the pursuit of racial and social justice. $20,000

Deadline: 05/15/23


LISC, Verizon Small Business Digital Ready

They've committed $1M in small business grants for 2023. By joining Verizon Small Business Digital Ready, you’ll not only get access to courses, live coaching sessions led by industry experts, and insightful resources, but you’ll also be able to apply for an exclusive pool of $10,000 small business grants.

Deadline: May 12, 2023


Mountain Small Business Grant program (San Bernadino)

Mountain businesses and non-profits with 50 or fewer employees are eligible for a one-time $3,000 grant, and businesses with more than 50 but fewer than 500 employees can receive $15,000 to assist with recove ry from the recent snowstorms. Business must have a brick-and-mortar location in the affected unincorporated San Bernardino Mountains that is used by employees and customers. Up to $15,000

Deadline: N/A


Philadelphia Food Justice Initiative (PFJI)

PFJI welcomes ideas and projects from any applicant that wants to build food justice in Philadelphia and embodies a health justice vision. Nonprofit organizations, for-profit businesses, cooperatives or collectives working on food justice are eligible to apply and can seek up to $100,000 for their project. Up to $100,000.

Deadline: 05/26/23


RDC’s Micro-Grant Fund

Must be for-profit business headquartered in either Los Alamos, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe, or Taos County (CA). up to $3000

Deadline: 05/12/23


San Diego Restaurant Resiliance Grant

Eligible San Diego County restaurants must be SDG&E customers and must have been in business for at least one full year. $5,000

Deadline: 05/07/23


Schenectady Small Business grants

Schenectady is offering grant funding to small businesses in the city. To be eligible for the grants, businesses must be located in Schenectady, must employ 10 people or less and have suffered a 25% loss in revenue since the start of the pandemic. The program will also prioritize businesses owned by people of color, immigrants, and women. Up to $15,000

Deadline: 06/01/23


U.S. Dept of Labor

The U.S. Department of Labor today announced the availability of $1 million in funding for up to four grants to prevent and respond to gender-based violence and harassment against underserved and marginalized women workers.

Deadline: June 10, 2023


Vela Education Fund Grants

ELA supports thousands of independent operators who facilitate learning outside the traditional bounds of ‘school.’ Must be US based and serve K-12 learners or programs outside of traditional public, private, or charter schools. Upto $10,000

Deadline: 6/16/23, 8/11/23, 10/6/23

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