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This page contains lists of specific grant opportunities as well as other grant and funding resources for small businesses.
This is not an exhaustive list.
Please see applicable websites for eligibility and application details.
is not a financial advisory company. This list is intended for educational purposes only. All users are responsible for reviewing all eligibility and application materials and determining whether a funding opportunity is a good fit for their business.
To apply for business grants, you will need a bank account and some technology in place. Click the green button if you need help setting up this tech.
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Public and Private Grant Opportunities - All Businesses
Public and Private Grant Opportunities - Minority-Owned Businesses

Federal Funding Resources:

is a database of federally sponsored grants. These grants cover a wide range of business types and is free for anyone to search. Federal government grants, however, usually can’t be used for startups or general day-to-day operating expenses.
are programs operated by the Small Business Association (SBA). The link will take you to a database of grant opportunities for small businesses that contribute to federal research and development.
If you’re a microenterprise development organization that offers training, tech assistance and coaching to disadvantaged small-business owners, you’ll want to check out the program; also run by the SBA.

State and Local Government Funding Resources:

The is one of more than 100 Women’s Business Centers nationwide and is sponsored by the SBA. It lends money directly to small, women-owned businesses (this is not grant funding). Other Women’s Business Centers also assist small, women-owned businesses in finding other grants and loans they might qualify for.
Be sure to check with local . They have great business coaching opportunities (usually free or for a very nominal fee) and also can help you to find grants and loans for funding your business. These centers are also sponsored by the SBA.
assist minority business owners to finding financing, develop financial strategies, securing contracts and offer several other services to assist minority-owned businesses in building and expanding their businesses.

Other Resources:

Nerdwallet has complied a list of funding opportunities and other business resources for specific groups. Those lists can be found here. Several of the opportunities listed on these sites are repeated in the grant lists above, but there are other great recourses to check out as well.
is a great resources for finding grants as well as other types of funding opportunities for your small business - even startups. A couple of their grants are listed in the resources above.

To apply for business grants, you will need a bank account and some technology in place. Click the green button if you need help setting up this tech.

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