Small Business Grants
Where To Find Them
Here’s our ultimate list of grants and loans to help fund your Small Business.
What We’ll Cover:
- The Ultimate Small Business Grant List
- How To Apply For Grants
- Our Sponsor’s This Week
A List Of Grants and Loans for Small Business
Our Ultimate List Of Vetted Funding Sources
Grants From The SBA.Gov Grants Page
The Paycheck Protection Program helps keep your workforce employed!
Learn more and see if you qualify here: https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans/covid-19-relief-options/paycheck-protection-program
EIDL is a low-interest loan that helps Businesses Experiencing Revenue Loss Due To COVID.
Learn More And See If You Qualify Here: https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans/covid-19-relief-options/eidl
Shuttered Venues Grant helps support qualifying venues who have had to close or postpone services due to COVID.
Restaurant Revitalization Fund helps fund restaurants, bars, and other businesses in this category
SBA Debt Relief is loan relief from SBA
US Grants: Search a database of thousands of available Small Business Grants and more!
The Barstool Fund:
The Barstool Fund is a non-profit 30-day monetary fund to help small businesses such as bars, restaurants and dry cleaners, survive shutdown orders caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. It was launched in December of 2020 by Dave Portnoy, internet celebrity and founder of the sports and pop culture blog Barstool Sports.
See if your small business qualifies here: TheBarstoolFund.com/apply
The GoFundMe Small Business Relief Fund:
The Small Business Relief Initiative was started by GoFundMe to help small businesses that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and empower their communities to rally behind them. GoFundMe has partnered with Yelp, Intuit QuickBooks, GoDaddy, and Bill.com to provide small business owners with the financial support and resources needed to continue running their businesses during and after the coronavirus crisis.
As part of the Small Business Relief Initiative, GoFundMe, Intuit QuickBooks, Yelp, GoDaddy, and Bill.com have each donated to the Small Business Relief Fund. GoFundMe.org, the charitable and advocacy arm of GoFundMe, started the Small Business Relief Fund to benefit small businesses. Supporters can donate to the Small Business Relief Fund, which will issue $500 matching grants to qualifying businesses that raise at least $500 on GoFundMe. More partners will be announced in relation to this initiative at a later date.
Not a small business owner, but want to help? Donate to individual small businesses fundraisers for those affected by coronavirus, or start a GoFundMe.
Find Out If You Qualify Here: https://www.gofundme.com/c/small-business-relief-initiative-and-fund-faqs
Tips To Get You Started:
- Apply To At Least 2 A Day-break a big task into several small ones
- Check out the qualifications
- Use Grants.Gov for a step-by-step guide to applying for loans and grants
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