Grants up to $100K for minorities, women and underrepresented entrepreneurs

Grants are instituted to address a very wide range of issues. And this includes helping minorities, women and underrepresented entrepreneurs better cope with the impact of a global pandemic and other economic conditions. The goal is to keep these small businesses and the entrepreneurs who run them up and running for as long as possible. This not only helps individual entrepreneurs and their families, but the community in general.

So, if you are an entrepreneur who belongs to one of these groups, be sure to check out these grants and apply for your chance to win a grant that can save your business.

From Cartier to Comcast, Tory Burch, the NBA, WNBA and many others, these grants aim to help minority women and entrepreneurs. The grants range from $5,000 to $100,000, intended to help with a range of problems faced by entrepreneurs. Read now how you can apply for these grants.

With grants ranging from $10,000 to $65,000, everyone from Wells Fargo to communities across the country is helping women and minority entrepreneurs. You can now apply to get help if you’re struggling, with technical assistance, impacted by the pandemic and more. Discover the rest of the issues these grants aim to help small businesses with.

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