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GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES (unless specified in the description)

48 in 48 – Social Justice Event – The event is designed to support and promote nonprofits in marketing and technology. They are gathering teams to build websites for nonprofits with social justice missions. If you are interested in either being part of a team or are a nonprofit looking for free website development.  Apply by 6/10/2023 –

Amazon App Store Small Business Accelerator – The Small Business Accelerator Program allows developers that earn less than 1 million USD in total annual revenue in the previous calendar year to access additional benefits up to or equivalent to 20% of Appstore revenue. If eligible, you’ll receive a 10% increased royalty payment and AWS credits equivalent to 10% of your app revenue. –

Antler Global Startup Program – Antler is a global early-stage VC that runs multiple programs for business startups around the world. See the website for more info about the program and application dates. –

Awesome Foundation – Foundation distributes $1,000 grants, no strings attached, to projects and their creators. At each fully autonomous chapter, the money is pooled together from the coffers of ten or so self-organizing “micro-trustees”.  Awarded monthly –

AWS Startup Loft Accelerator – AWS Startup Loft Accelerator equips your technical team with tech resources, guidance and a community of peers. From technical deep dives to round tables on day-to-day CTO challenges, including: recruiting, managing an engineering team, building a minimum viable product, and design principles for cloud architecture.  Provides $25,000 in AWS credits –

Bank of America Breakthrough Lab – Bank of America Breakthrough Lab is an impact accelerator program that provides economic opportunity and capital access to Black, Hispanic-Latino, Native American and other underrepresented entrepreneurs. They are accepting applications for startups from the US, EMEA, LATAM and India. Apply by 6/8/2023 –

BeChangeMaker 2023 – Are you 18 to 35 years old and have a business idea with the potential to bring positive impact and contribute to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals? BeChangeMaker is a series of skill training projects made available yearly to 30 teams of skilled and talented young people, to help you explore your career potential as social entrepreneur. Apply by 6/3/2023 –

Canva Pro For Nonprofits – If you are a nonprofit, you can register now to get Canva’s premium features for free. –

Emergent Ventures Grant/Fellowship Application (through Mercatus Center at George Mason University – Emergent Ventures, a fellowship and grant program from the Mercatus Center, seeks to support entrepreneurs with highly scalable, “zero to one” ideas for meaningfully improving society. Projects will either be fellowships or grants: fellowships involve time in residence at the Mercatus Center in Northern Virginia; grants are one-time or slightly staggered payments to support a project.

Empowering Women in Agrifood program – For 6 months, EIT Food will mentor these emerging companies from Southern and Eastern Europe (Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and Turkey). The selected candidates will receive training and personalized mentoring for half a year in order to open up a niche in the market. At the end of the process, a prize of €10,000 will be awarded to the best-valued project. Apply by 6/12/2023 –

Etsy Disaster Relief Fund – Sellers will be eligible for a grant if they experienced a federally declared natural disaster within the past year, have been an active seller on Etsy for at least one year, and their Etsy account is in good standing. Grants for $2,500 –

F6S List of Accelerators and Pitch Competitions – Provides a list of accelerators, contests and pitch competitions around the world.

GIST Catalyst Women In Climate Pitch Competition – This program is perfect for women startup founders with technology solutions that are climate-related with priority given to those applicants working in infrastructure, water, health, food security, and displacement and migration. Innovators should be looking to take their innovations to the next level by getting mentoring, U.S. market expertise, and valuable business model training–while also honing their pitch and getting a chance to win valuable startup resources. Apply by 6/7/2023 –

Global Ambassadors Program – The Global Ambassadors Program, a partnership between Vital Voices and Bank of America, mobilizes the talent, skills and expertise of executive women leaders to mentor and train the next generation of global changemakers— women who are poised to have a transformational impact in their communities and beyond. If you are looking to sharpen your business acumen, access to markets and leadership skills to elevate your handcraft organization and expand your network, this program is tailor-made for you.  Apply by 6/18/2023 –

GrowNY – The Grow-NY business competition provides funding, mentorship, business development support, and other key resources to leading food and ag startups from across the globe. Innovative startups are encouraged to apply for their chance to win up to $1 million. A total of $3 million in prizes will be awarded to seven startups.  Apply by 6/15/2023 –

MIT Solve: Horizon Prize – The 2023 Horizon Prize, powered by MIT Solve, seeks technology-based solutions that decrease carbon footprints in the rare disease healthcare space, while centering patient priorities. Prize of $150,000.  Apply by 6/23/2023 –

Roddenberry Catalyst Fund – The Catalyst Fund is offering grants to Nonprofits & Social Enterprises to fund ideas or early-stage projects that have a high potential for large-scale impact and sustainable change. You can be a seasoned social entrepreneur or a first-time changemaker. Eligible candidates for the Catalyst Fund may be individuals, teams of individuals, non-profit organizations, or social enterprises. Funding up to $15,000 –

Savvy Fellowship – Savvy is a 12-week virtual Fellowship program for young professionals seeking to be part of the new generation of impact entrepreneurs. Applicants should be 40 or younger –

SheTrades Accelerator – SheTrades Accelerator Programme for women entrepreneurs and business support organizations in the Apparel, Accessories and Home Décor sectors is targeting women-led businesses (WLBs) and Business Support Organizations (BSO) in the Apparel, Accessories, and Home Decor sector from Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Senegal, and South Africa. –

Techstars Accelerators – Techstars accelerators have one goal: to help entrepreneurs succeed. During each three-month program, they surround companies with the best mentors and an unrivaled network of corporate partners, investors, and alumni.  Companies can receive $20K for 6% of company.  Various locations and due dates –

Unity Workforce Grant – Any legal entity, company, institution, or nonprofit organization that provides training (courses, degrees, apprenticeships, bootcamps, labs, innovation centers, etc.) in XR/real-time 3D development skills is encouraged to apply. Funding up to $200,000. Apply by 6/2/2023 –

We Make Change – Global initiative that matches small businesses (mainly not for profits) with volunteers who are professional individuals or are from companies (including blue chip) that have an interest in supporting not for profits. Helps impact startups build a remote volunteer team for free volunteer help –


Grindstone incubator – Must be based in South Africa – incubator will include training, corporate advisory, coaching, mentorship and funding. Specific interventions for each company include a structured gap analysis, understanding of the company value system, building a digital go-to-market strategy, financial modelling, intellectual property assessment, strategic and financial valuation as well as populating a data room –

Tony Elumelu Foundation – To apply, you only need to be a permanent resident of any of Africa’s 54 countries. Your startup must be at an ideation stage or not a business older than 5 years. Funding of $5,000 –


Optus Business Plus Mentorship Grant Program – Must be a company incorporated in Australia that is an existing Optus Business customer or be willing to be an Optus Business customer. Funding up to $5000 –


Black Innovation Launchpad – The Black Innovation Launchpad is a FREE virtual skills development platform focused on building the next generation of Black entrepreneurs. –

Boost Your Business Technology – Grant for up to $15,000 offers support to Canadian-owned small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) who want to adopt new digital technologies.

Cassels Black-Owned Small Business Grant – Accepting applications from Black-owned or operated small businesses for the annual Cassels Black-Owned Small Business Grant – must be a business in Toronto, Vancouver, or Calgary. Apply by 6/19/2023 –

Jobber Grants For Home Service Businesses – Any home service business owner or aspiring business owner 18 years old or older, residing in the U.S. and Canada, excluding Québec is eligible to apply. Grants for $2500-$15,000.  Apply by 6/8/2023 –

True North Small Business Grant Contest (Purolator) – Small businesses that are based in Canada, legally licensed or registered to operate in Canada, have 50 employees or less, and are in good financial standing are eligible. Funding of $25,000. Apply by 6/14/2023 –


AWS Imagine Grant Program – AWS (Amazon Web Services) Imagine Grant Program is offering to fund United Kingdom nonprofit organizations in need of funding for foundational technology projects, seeking integrations with advanced cloud services. Funding up to $50,000. Apply by 6/1/2023 –

BeyGOOD Foundation (led by Beyoncé Knowles-Carter ) – 1,000 Small Businesses will be provided with grant opportunities and/or business sustainability support services. Business must be in London. Grants for $10,000 –

Innovate UK KTN – Resource for sourcing grant programs available in the UK across all sectors. Funding opportunities section allows visitors to the website to filter grants by sector or type of funding required.    –


Amazon’s Black Business Accelerator – Dedicated to helping build sustainable equity and growth for Black entrepreneurs by enabling their success as sellers. Grow your business with access to financial support, strategic business guidance and mentorship, and marketing and promotional support. –

America’s Top Small Business Awards – The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is proud to recognize the very best in American small business. Applicants must be a for-profit business operating for at least one year within the United States and have less than 250 employees. Awards of $25,000. Apply by 7/7/2023 –

AWS Imagine Grant Program – AWS (Amazon Web Services) Imagine Grant Program is offering to fund nonprofit organizations in need of funding for foundational technology projects, seeking integrations with advanced cloud services.  Funding up to $150,000.  Apply by 6/1/2023 –

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. Apply by 6/30/2023 –

Comcast RISE (select cities – Baltimore, Detroit, Memphis, Philadelphia, and Portland, OR) – Comcast RISE will award 500 recipients in five cities with a grant package that includes business consultation services, educational resources, monetary grant, creative production, media schedule, and a technology makeover.  Apply by 6/30/23 –

eBay Up and Running Grant – The eBay Up & Running Grants program will award 50 eBay business sellers with grant packages of $10,000, including cash, eBay education and coaching, and more. This year, eBay is expanding its grant with an additional stipend worth up to $500 for each grantee to apply to eBay Refurbished office equipment, technology, and tools to keep their small businesses up and running. Apply by 6/9/2023 –

Famous Amos Ingredients for Success Entrepreneurs Initiative – Ingredients for Success (IFS) Entrepreneurs Initiative is a national grant competition hosted by Famous Amos. The competition is exclusive to U.S. Black-owned small businesses and start-ups. Three Black-owned business owners will be awarded a $50,000 capital grant and a suite of entrepreneurial tools, mentorship, and resources from the program’s community partner, the National Black Chamber of Commerce.  Apply by 6/25/2023 –

Fearless Strivers Grant – Open to black women who are legal U.S. residents (including DC), 18+ and the principal owner of a U.S.-based small business. Grants for $20,000.  Apply by 8/31/2023 –

Freed Fellowship – Every month, one $500 grant is awarded to an underrepresented founder in the US to invest in their existing business. No strings attached. No equity required. Grant recipients are also eligible to receive an additional end-of-year grant of $2,500.

Gender Equity In Stem Incubator – Incubator is seeking submissions from individuals, new teams, or established organizations. Solutions can be for-profit, nonprofit, or hybrid models and must be at least at the prototype stage. Solution teams must be US-based to be eligible for the Challenge. Pool of $1MM for 8 finalists. Apply by 6/2/2023 –

Impacto Hispanic Business Accelerator – Goal of accelerator is to provide Hispanic food entrepreneurs with meaningful learning and networking opportunities, along with grant capital to fuel their business growth. Must currently operate a business location in one of the Impacto markets: Albuquerque, Chicago, Dallas, El Paso, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, or San Antonio. Funding of $10,000.  Apply by 6/16/2023 –

Incfile Fresh Start Business Grant – Entrepreneurs 21 years or older can apply to receive $2,500 to put toward business startup costs and will also receive free formation services from Incfile. Apply by 6/30/2023 –

Impacto Hispanic Business Accelerator – Goal of accelerator is to provide Hispanic food entrepreneurs with meaningful learning and networking opportunities, along with grant capital to fuel their business growth. Must currently operate a business location in one of the Impacto markets: Albuquerque, Chicago, Dallas, El Paso, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, or San Antonio. Funding of $10,000.  Apply by 6/16/2023 –

Incfile Fresh Start Business Grant – Entrepreneurs 21 years or older can apply to receive $2,500 to put toward business startup costs and will also receive free formation services from Incfile. Apply by 6/30/2023 –

Jobber Grants For Home Service Businesses – Any home service business owner or aspiring business owner 18 years old or older, residing in the U.S. and Canada, excluding Québec is eligible to apply. Grants for $2500-$15,000.  Apply by 6/8/2023 –

Juntos Crecemos Hispanic Digital & Delivery Program (PepsiCo) – PepsiCo is inviting Latina entrepreneurs who work in food service to apply for eight weeks of personalized expert consultation, including best practices across operations, technology, marketing and digital presence.

Kinetic Black Business Support Fund – Must be a black-owned small business in the state of GA, Charlotte, NC or Lexington, KY and receiving broadband internet Services from Windstream.  Grants for $2,500 –

Literacy Opportunity Fund – The Literacy Opportunity Fund is offering grants up to $6,000 to nonprofit organizations general operating expenses who provide literacy services and programs to youth in the community. Quarterly deadlines – next one is 7/1/23 –

LUD Marketing Veterans Grant – Grant for small businesses founded by veterans. Even if you’re not selected for the grant, you’ll still have a chance to win a free website for your business. Funding of $1,000.  Apply by 6/1/2023 –

McBride Sisters SHE CAN Fund in Food and Wine – SHE CAN Fund invests in the professional advancement and career growth of high-potential, professional women, with a particular focus on women of color. Our mission is to close the gender and race gap in leadership positions in wine & spirits, hospitality, and finance industries by providing professional development –

Microsoft TechSpack Community Engagement Fellowship Grant – Community organizations focused on creating inclusive economic opportunities will have the opportunity to apply to receive a mix of funding and contextual technical assistance through in-person and virtual support. Awarded organizations will select a member of their team to represent their organization as a TechSpark Fellow. Applicant must be US-based non-profit. Funding up to $50,000 –

MIT Solve: Truist Foundation Inspire Awards – This challenge is seeking nonprofit organizations with innovative, tech-enabled solutions that address challenges faced by small business owners. Funding for $10,000. Apply by 8/4/2023 –

National Black Business Pitch – The National Black Business Pitch (NBBP) is a competition designed to connect Black-owned businesses to corporations who seek to expand and diversify their supply chain with new products and services. Prize of $10,000. Apply by 6/1/2023 –

National Pride Grant for LGBTQIA+ Small Businesses – The LGBTQIA+ National Grant provides eligible small businesses the chance to receive one of 25 grant packages totaling $25,000. Apply by 6/6/23 –

Novae Grants Database – Novae Grants database are intended for small businesses with 6-100 employees, though some are also intended for larger businesses and sole proprietor startups –

PublishHer Grant – Business Impact Grant (BIG) program for women of color whose businesses are making a difference in the lives of others and the world. Applications will be accepted June 1-August 31, 2023. Grants for $5,000 –

Restaurant Disaster Relief Fund (DoorDash and HelloAlice) – Grants to restaurants who are experiencing hardship due to a state or federally declared disaster (NOT due to COVID), be independently owned, have a brick-and-mortar location with 3 stores or fewer currently operating, have revenues of less than $3 million per location in the last 12 months, and employ 50 or fewer people per store. Grants for $10,000.  First round ends 6/30/23 –

SPUR (Shared Purpose, Unlimited Reach) Pathways – Through an integrated and collaborative approach, Macy’s, Inc. and Momentus will provide access to a range of capital options from microloans to growth capital to equity investments. This represents a commitment to underrepresented businesses and aims to galvanize the retail industry to invest in the next generation of entrepreneurs –

Start Path Small Business (Mastercard) – During the 4-month program, startups will have the opportunity to leverage Mastercard’s network and subject matter expertise to uncover product partnerships, scale their companies and power solutions that drive safe, secure and simple experiences. Companies should be in one of following industries: Customer Service, Banking, Security, E-commerce, Artificial Intelligence, Payment Processing, Digital Lending, FinTech –

Start Small Think Big is a nonprofit that helps small businesses with high potential and limited access to the resources needed to create thriving businesses. They partner with small business owners, providing personalized business support and building connections with local communities.  If you are interested in being considered as a “client” for free services, you can fill out this form (for English) or (for Spanish)  They also offer free webinars (in Eng and Span).  See this link for their upcoming events:

Systers Pass It On Awards Program – Through a cash prize, the program provides funding to women who are currently engaged in or wish to engage in computing-related projects that inspire and assist women around the world. Prize for $1,000.  Apply by 6/5/2023 –

TL Effect Mentorship Program – The TL Effect is an in-house mentorship program geared towards women-of-color entrepreneurs looking to take their consumer-focused early-stage start-up to the next level. One recipient will receive a $20,000 grant –

TRANSFORM Business Grant – The TRANSFORM Business Grant is designed to support individuals in systemically oppressed groups who demonstrate financial need. This includes, but is not limited to, BIPOC individuals, individuals who have a disability, formerly incarcerated individuals, and queer, trans, and nonbinary folks. Grants for $1,000.  Apply by 8/20/2023 –

Truist NonProfit Grant – The Truist Foundation supports nonprofits with grants that target leadership development, economic mobility, thriving communities and educational equity. Quarterly deadlines –

Vela Educaion 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. Funding up to $10,000. Apply by 6/16/23, 8/11/23, 10/6/23 –

Veterans Business Outreach Center – The Veterans Business Outreach Center (VBOC) program offers resources to veterans who are interested in starting or growing a small business. There are 22 locations (soon expanding to 35) and they offer workshops, training, counseling, and mentorship opportunities. –

Warrior Rising Grant – Warrior Rising strives to accept and assist veterans at any point in the process of starting their own business, whether it is only a concept or if they have actual operations. Funding of $20,000 –

Wish Local Empowerment Program – You must be a Black-owned business with a brick-and-mortar shop within the United States and less than 20 employees. If selected for the program, you must join Wish Local (which is free). Grants for up to $2000 –

Women and Minority Business Owner Down Payment Grant (Bank of America) –  Non-repayable grant is for up to $25,000 on SBA owner occupied commercial estate loans for business locations within select opportunity zones (Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas and Los Angeles) Program may expand based on pilot. –




  • Carson, CA Small Business and Commercial Improvement Grants – Small Business Grant Program will provide grants of $5,000 to $25,000 for businesses impacted by the pandemic, while the Commercial Facade Improvement Program will offer a dollar-for-dollar matching grant to encourage businesses to make aesthetic improvements to their storefronts. Businesses must be located in Carson and have 50 employees or fewer. –
  • Lake County, CA Microgrant Program – Must be physically located in Lake County and have <5 full-time equivalent employees. Grants for $2,500 on a first come, first served basis –
  • Long Beach Visual Improvement Grant Program – This City of Long Beach Visual Improvement Program (VIP) Grant will provide direct financial relief to local small businesses and nonprofits impacted by crime and vandalism on or after 10/1/2022. Eligible businesses can receive $1,500 to cover repairs to their storefront caused by vandalism.
  • 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 recovery 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. –
  • Pledge LA Founders Fund – Business must be led by a Black and/or Latinx co-founder based in Los Angeles County, have raised less than $250,000 from any source prior to applying and have an innovative product with evidence of traction. Funding up to $25,000. Apply by 6/11/2023 –
  • San Bernardino County Microbusiness COVID-19 Relief Grant – Must be a business located within the San Bernardino County boundaries with 5 or less employees. Grants for $2,500 –
  • San Francisco Vandalism Relief Grant – Business must have a storefront that was damaged after July 1, 2020 and business must have less than $8M in revenue.  Grants for $2,000 –
  • Santa Rosa Small Business Exterior Improvement Grant – Business must be based in Santa Rosa and have 500 employees or fewer.  Average award will cover 70% of project costs.  Apply by 6/24/23 –



  • American Savings Foundation – American Savings Foundation is an independent charitable foundation in Connecticut, providing grants to local nonprofit organizations. With a core focus in New Britain and Waterbury, the Foundation also serves 62 additional towns throughout the state. Funding up to $5000. Apply by 10/12/2023 –
  • Hartford Small Business Grant – Applicants must be a small business located downtown or in a major commercial corridor within the City of Hartford.  Grants for up to $100K and required 50% match –
  • Meriden Business Investment and Growth Program – Priority funding will be for projects located in the Meriden Transit Oriented District, being located in a census tract, to permit additional employment and business opportunities for minority and socially disadvantaged entrepreneurs.  Funding up to $300,000.  Apply by 12/31/2024 –
  • West Hartford, CT Small Business and Nonprofit Grants – Business or non-profit must be physically based in West Hartford, CT with less than 50 employees. Grants for up to $10,000 –


  • Site Readiness Fund – The Site Readiness Fund provides grants, loans or other economic assistance to qualified businesses or local governments based in Delaware that invest in constructing, renovating, or improving commercial, industrial sites that are readily available to businesses –




  • Micro-Grant for Food Security Program – Provides support for small-scale gardening, herding and livestock operations to increase the quantity and quality of locally grown food in food insecure communities. Funding up to $10,000.  Apply by 6/15/2023 –


  • Danville, IL Small Business Grant – Businesses must be restaurants which prepare and sell food either for on-premise or off-premise consumption or have been deemed by the State of Illinois as a “non-essential” business which was required to “cease all activities except for minimum basic operations”. Must have a commercial business location within the City of Danville (home-based businesses are ineligible).  Grants for $10,000
  • Gurnee, IL Small Business Grant – The village of Gurnee, Illinois launched a small business grant program last month. Grants can be used to improve business facilities and each business must provide at least half of the capital (match) for each project. Grants up to $10,000 –
  • Schaumburg Small Business Grants – The Village of Schaumburg has allocated $245,000 to provide grants of up to $30,000 to small businesses defined as having 50 or fewer employees. Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis until grant funds are expended.
  • Small Business Improvement Fund – Chicago – Grants for permanent building improvements and repairs. Chicago’s Department of Planning and Development facilitates the program. Local businesses can apply for grants that cover between 30 percent and 90 percent of their remodeling or building costs.  Funding up to $250,000. Different application deadlines based on location in Chicago. –
  • TechRise Chicago – TechRise Chicago hosts virtual weekly pitch competitions for BIPOC and Woman/Trans/Non-Binary entrepreneurs building early-stage startups out of Chicagoland. Each week, 5 founders are invited onstage to pitch their business to a panel of VC judges. Funding up to $50,000 –


  • Topeka & Shawnee County Small Business Incentive Program – The for-profit business must be located in the City of Topeka or Shawnee County and less than 100 employees – quarterly deadlines –


  • Kentucky STEP Grant – The STEP grant provides reimbursement to eligible small businesses for allowable international export development activities. Funding up to $10,000 –


  • Catapult Fund – The Catapult Fund is open to entrepreneurs in the culinary arts OR beauty, fashion and jewelry industries throughout Louisiana including clothing, cosmetics, soaps, hair products, and more. Catapult Fund provides a 12-session course, over a three-month period of business training. Each session will be 2.5 hours for a total of 30 hours. Those who successfully complete all aspects of the Catapult Fund training program will be awarded cash grants from a pool totaling $50,000. Apply by 6/14/2023 –
  • Hispanic Owned Business Grant for Louisiana – Must be at least 51% Hispanic owned business for profit business operating in the state of Louisiana and be/become a Member of Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Louisiana.  Grants are $2,500 – first come, first served.



  • Cambridge, MA Small Business E-Commerce Grant – Priority will be given to Cambridge-based businesses with fewer than 25 employees, businesses with no or little online presence, and businesses that have seen a severe decrease in sales from pre-pandemic levels.    Funding up to $4000. Apply by 8/21/2024 –
  • Sussex County Small Business Grant Program – Business must have been legally established in Sussex County since Jan. 1, 2019 and have annual revenue less than $4 million and 50 or fewer full-time employees. Funding up to $15,000 –


  • Lansing Small Business Support Grants – The program will provide vital funding assistance, in the form of reimbursement grants up to $50,000, to support small businesses looking to be a part of Downtown Lansing’s transformation as the community works towards recovery following the COVID pandemic. Funding also available for nonprofits       –
  • Match on Main Grants Reimbursement grant program provided by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation that serves to support new or expanding place-based businesses by providing up to $25,000 in funding to support eligible activities. –
  • MI Impact Grant – Labor and Economic Opportunity Office is accepting applications for innovative programs that provide, or expand, programming with the intent of lifting people out of poverty and above the ALICE (Asset Limited Income Constrained, Employed) threshold. Must be a nonprofit, operating in Michigan. Apply by 6/23/23 –
  • Pure Potential Business Grants – Business must be for-profit and located within Livonia. Must have fewer than 100 employees. Funding up to $15,000 –
  • Small Business Growth Activator – Washtenaw County – Your business must have been open and operating in Washtenaw County as of March 16, 2020 and have fewer than 5 employees. Eligible businesses may receive additional website, bookkeeping, and marketing support valued up to $2,500.  Grants of $5,000 –



New Hampshire

  • Coos Economic Development Corporation Grant – For small businesses in Coos County: Berlin, Colebrook, Gorham, Lancaster, and Whitefield. Grant awardees will receive up to $5,000 towards storefront rent for 3-months, insurance, utilities, signage, and other reasonable expenses. –
  • Manchester Small Business Grant and Program Assistance – Support small businesses based in Manchester, NH with fixed business costs, including rent, utilities, and payroll, accrued during the pandemic, costs associated with transitioning to e-commerce business platforms, outdoor space upgrades, and other technical assistance needs.  Grants up to $10,000 –

New Jersey

  • Mercer County Small Business Grant – The ideal business for this opportunity will be located in Mercer County, have undergone hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic, and offer a brick-and-mortar location. Furthermore, the perfect applicant is a business whose main operation involves walk-in clients.  Funding for $10,000 –
  • Neighborhood Partner Program Grant (thru PSE&G) – The NPP provides support to grassroots, community based organizations in areas focused on addressing the inequities and inequalities in under-recognized communities throughout PSEG’s service and operating territory. The PSEG Foundation seeks to assist our communities through the lens of diversity, equity and inclusion, and factors affecting the under-recognized to reduce inequalities and inequities. Funding up to $15,000. Apply by 6/30/23 –
  • Small Business Improvement Grant – All creditworthy, small, minority-owned or women-owned businesses in New Jersey may apply for assistance under the Small Business Improvement Grant. Businesses may be reimbursed for capital improvements, or purchase and/or installation of new furniture, fixtures, and equipment. Grants up to $50,000 –

New Mexico

New York

  • Cayuga County Small Business Assistance Grant – Business must be a for-profit with less than 25 employees and located in Cayuga County and licensed to do business in NYS and Cayuga County. Funding up to $10,000. Apply by 6/12/2023 –
  • Empire State Development Corp.’s COVID-19 Capital Costs Tax Credit Program – Individual businesses can apply for tax credits of up to $25,000, which may cover up to half of qualified, pandemic-related expenses. Qualifying expenses include supplies or upgrades related to health and safety, including disinfectants, new HVAC equipment, touchless kiosks, and outdoor-space expansions. –
  • Launch NY – Launch NY is a nonprofit venture development organization in Upstate New York that provides pro bono mentoring and access to risk capital for high-growth startups in the Upstate area  –
  • Newburgh Small Business Assistance Grant Program – Eligible for-profit businesses in Newburgh can apply for cash assistance to help mitigate COVID-19 related revenue losses.  Added consideration will be given to women, minority, and veteran owned businesses; micro-businesses that employ 10 or fewer people; and those businesses in a “vulnerable sector” as defined by the U.S. Treasury, including dining, retail, hospitality, arts, and entertainment. Funding up to $10,000.  Apply by 7/28/23 –
  • Oyster Bay Forward Grant Program – Grant Program is open to businesses that employ up to 50 full-time equivalent employees as well as sole proprietors. Open to for-profit and non-profits. Grants for $5,000 –
  • Pre-Seed and Seed Matching Fund Program – Program will offer early-stage businesses growth assistance from $50,000 up to $250,000 with matching from the private sector (there must be at least $1 of private sector investment for every $1 NY Ventures invests). In addition to financial support, Empire State Development offers the tools and key introductions needed to help companies reach the next level. Company must be registered to do business in New York –
  • Rockland County Grants – Grant opportunities for restaurants and small businesses located in Rockland County. Funding up to $25,000. Apply by 9/15/23 –
  • 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. Grants up to $15,000. Apply by 6/1/2023 –

North Carolina

  • Alamance County Small Business Grant – Applicant’s business must be located in Alamance County, NC, in areas zoned appropriately for their use. Funding up to $15,000. Apply by 6/30/2023 –
  • Landfall Foundation Grants – Applicants must be a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization as defined by section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Project beneficiaries must be located within the North Carolina counties of New Hanover, Pender, or Brunswick. Funding up to $10,000. Apply by 6/1/2023 –


  • Kendall Whittier Main Street Capital Improvement Grant – Capital Improvement grant is aimed at taking the business or property to the next level, including purchasing an important piece of equipment or business expansion. Businesses must be located in a commercial property in designated areas of Tulsa. Funding up to $10,000. Apply by 7/15/23 –



  • BLOOM Small Business Grant – Previous grant rounds have been held with a focus on businesses located in Downtown York, Downtown Hanover, and Trail Town Communities as well as businesses owned by women. Deadlines vary by area – next deadline is June 9 –
  • Diverse Erie Small Business Grant – The Mini Grant series will invest in for-profit businesses that are owned by and serve members of the BIPOC community in Erie County. This initiative will support organizations with the needed funds to continue to empower the BIPOC community, advance equity, and create sustainable generational impact. Grants up to $25,000. Apply by 6/2/23 –
  • 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. Funding up to $50,000. Apply by 6/1/2023 –
  • Quality Jobs Program Grant (Philadelphia) – The City of Philadelphia launched the Quality Jobs Program (QJP), a fund that invests in eligible businesses creating new full-time employment opportunities that pay a living wage and include health insurance benefits for Philadelphia residents. Funding up to $125,000 –
  • Scranton Small Business Grants – Businesses must be in a qualifying Low-to-Moderate service area within the City of Scranton.  Grants up to $5000 –

South Carolina


  • CWE’s Texas Rural Woman Grant Program – The purpose of this program is to foster greater economic development activity in Rural Texas by encouraging and enabling rural woman-owned, small businesses to undertake new and innovative projects. Businesses in rural and micropolitan areas can apply. Busineses in metropolitan areas cannot apply. Grants for $10,000. Apply by 6/9/23 –
  • Fort Bend, TX Small Business Grant – To qualify, you must be a Fort Bend business that has been operational since December 30, 2019 and prove a revenue decline of at least 25 percent from 2019 to 2020. Grants for $5000-$25,000 –
  • Harlingen Revitalization Grant – Revitalize Harlingen is a small business site improvement matching grant program offered by the Harlingen Economic Development Corporation that will provide, in the form of an incentive grant, up to $10,000 for site and store front improvements; encouraging the retention of jobs for business enterprises in the City of Harlingen –
  • Houston-based Wells Fargo Open for Business Grant – The Houston Fund for Social Justice and Economic Equity announced the launch of the Open for Business Grant portal to distribute $20 million to Houston-area diverse small business and non-profit organizations. Funding up to $65,000. Apply by 6/7/23 –
  • Irving Small Business Grants – For small businesses in Irving, TX, the Recovery Grant is direct financial assistance in the form of a one-time grant up to $15,000. The Resiliency Grant provides professional business support in the form of training and technical assistance. Applicants can apply for both grants. –
  • Pharr, TX Small Business Grant – New or existing small businesses within Pharr can now access the funds they need to grow, thanks to the Pharr EDC II Small Business Grant Program. Designed as a reimbursable grant, this funding can help pay for essential upkeep and growth projects, these grants are a practical application of the PEDC’s commitment to helping commerce thrive in Pharr. Funding of $5,000 for new businesses and up to $10,000 for existing businesses –
  • Texas Travel Industry Recovery Grant Program – TTIR Program was established to provide one-time reimbursement grants of up to $20,000 for the recovery of Texas businesses in the tourism, travel, and hospitality industries that were negatively impacted due to COVID-19. –


Washington, D.C

Washington (state)