A wise bus driver once told me “Tough times are temporary. Tough people are not.” and that lesson has kept me motivated even when things were looking down. Like all businesses, Nahamani.org has been impacted by economic uncertainty. One tactic Nahamani Yisrael uses to strengthen her small business is applying for small business grants.
I have compiled this information to help my fellow business owners navigate these challenging times and one this is for certain we could all use some additional financial support right now. My goal is to help as many business owners as possible keep their doors open and continue to thrive in spite of the economic reports and forecasts.
What Are Small Business Grants?
Small business grants are basically free money you can use to reinforce the financial stability of your small business. Unlike loans grants do not need to be repaid, as long as you use the funds for the intended purpose as defined in your grant agreement.
Because they do not require repayment, small business grants funds are a great way to boost your businesses bottom line and help elevate the financial strain of running a small business.
Typically grant funds are provided by government agencies, nonprofit organizations and for-profit entities looking to do good.
Be sure to subscribe to my newsletter and bookmark this page, as I plan to update the list of resources including new small business grants, as those resources become available.
If you know of any small business grants that we should be sharing, feel free to contact Nahamani.
I am very fortunate to have strategic partnerships with various organizations that manage small businesses grants including local business development agencies and national firms that support small business growth. In addition to providing you with links and resources to help you find funding opportunities, I am providing you with proven tactics I use to successfully apply. Be sure to check out the video below as it contains things you can do in advance to be sure that your business is in position to thrive.
Small Business Grants for Q3
Yes, it’s the 3rd quarter, but don’t let up, there is still a lot of year ahead of us and the need for funding is still high. Don’t delay, apply today for these small business grants and put your business ahead of the game.
JobsOhio Inclusion Grant – Up to $50,000 reimbursement grant to help Ohio-based businesses cover fixed assets, real estate, and training costs.
- Deadline to Apply – Not specified
The Invest in Black Women Money Seeds Grant – A $1,000 grant to support women entrepreneurs who have been in business for 6 months or more.
- Deadline to Apply – Not specified
Accelerate (Her) Fund by Tiger Impact Ventures – A $50,000 to support women entrepreneurs building breakthrough technologies or tech-enabled companies.
- Deadline to Apply – August 5, 2022 at 5:59pm EST
The Official Black Wall Street Business of the Year Award – A $15,000 grant to support Black entrepreneurs who have made an undeniable impact in their community and industry.
- Deadline to Apply – August 5, 2022 at 11:59pm EST
Increase Your Odds For Obtaining Small Business Grants
Here are a few of my best practices that I use when applying for grants for my small business. Increase your odds of success by following these tips, sure to put your business ahead of the masses.
I wish you great success in your business. My team and I are always happy to help small business owners create immersive digital experiences in an effort to free you up to focus on running your small business. If you would like to learn more, please schedule a one-on-one consultation today.
*Disclaimer: Nahamani.org is not affiliated with the grantors listed above. This information is provided for informational purposes only, please do your own research. Please note that the grants listed were open at the time of posting, however at the grantor’s sole discretion these applications may close at any time.