The Backing Black Business Small Business Grants program is made possible through a partnership among Reimagine Main Street and leading organizations serving Black women entrepreneurs with financial support from Meta.
This program provides an opportunity to access expert resources from trusted partners and organizations who are committed to the success of Black women-owned small businesses!
Promoting the growth of minority-run businesses, connect with your local MDBA business center for more information. Info
National Minority Supplier Development Council
NMSDC assists certified minority owned businesses in development , financing programs and business advisory services. Click the link for more info.
FedEx Small Business Grant Contest
Annual contest by Fedex Small Business with grants up $25K for 10 small businesses. Must be a for-profit operation for up to six months to enter. Click the link for details. learn more
Operation Hope Small-Business Empowerment Program
If you are an aspiring entrepreneur, check this link, it is geared to aide in business coaching, financial counseling & access to financing for small businesses. Info
SBA 8(a) Business Development Program
Geared towards socially and economically disadvantaged small-business owners, Click the link for details & qualifications. Info
Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer Programs
Looking to commercialize innovative biomedical technologies? Click the link for details! Learn
National Association for the Self-Employed
Grow your business by becoming a member and applying for a grant up to $4,000 with NASE. Provide details of how you will use the funds and supporting documentation. Click here
Over 1,000 grant programs with 26 federal grant making agencies. Federal grants require a DUNS number (unique 9 digit number); register with System Award Management on usfcr.com and create an account on grants.gov to gain access to federal grants. Click view more for info
The USDA Rural Business Enterprise Grant Program
For use of development or expansion of small business in rural areas. Cannot be over $1 Million in revenue and must have less than 50 employees. Complete application via the USDA's Rural Development state office annually (once). Click view more.