Grants You Need to Apply to For Your Business!

BMO Fellowship

Application Notes

Note that when applying, be sure to acknowledge the impact of the virtual workshops and resources provided by BMO and how that will support you just as much if not more than the prize $ itself!

What you could receive:

$15,000 across select applicants

Deadline:

Jan 31, 2024

DearGod Grant

Application Notes

Despite the amount of the grant being small, try to choose 1-2 things that this grant will allow you to do or achieve. Grants are always awarded to the company/person who has the most detailed plan for them even if your intentions later might change.

What you could receive:

$100-$500

Deadline:

June 30, 2024

Etsy Relief Grant

Application Notes

Keep in mind that this is for Etsy sellers in good standing and you’ve been on there for at least 1-year. Companies who don’t receive a grant can keep reapplying! The reason Etsy is doing this is because they want you to stay and succeed on THEIR platform.

What you could receive:

$2,000

Deadline:

Rolling

2024 HerRise Microgrants

Application Notes

Every month it’s available for women of color, think about how your winning will make HerRise excited to share your story and the level of impact it will bring you and your business. When applicable – talk about the metrics it will help you achieve.

What you could receive:

$1,000

Deadline:

Apply by 11:59pm on the last day of the month

Amber Grant

Application Notes

Only 2 questions, think about the first question like a 5-7 minute written speech. For the 2nd question you must be extremely specific about the IMPACT of the money – not just talking about general categories.

What you could receive:

$10,000 + chance to win $25,000

Deadline:

Monthly

Connecticut Economic Development Grant

Application Notes

Must be based in CT, think about how the grant will impact more of the community you plan to grow in rather than the business itself. The bigger the impact – the more likely you will receive the $$$.

What you could receive:

$2,000-$10,000

Deadline:

Announced the 15th of every month

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