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Grants for Women Starting a Business

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Business grants are very rare and are generally found through private organizations and non-profits. This type of grant is usually reserved for minority women and women in economically disadvantaged communities. A good starting point when looking for business funding is to check with the SBA or Small Business Administration. They have a Women’s Business Center available online with excellent resources and information. In addition, they offer networking, free online training, support and mentoring services.


Furthermore, there are several other organizations and foundations who offer business grants, financial assistance, mentoring, networking opportunities and other helpful information to women business owners and entrepreneurs.

 

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Open Meadows Foundation

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The Open Meadows Foundation provides grants for projects under the leadership of women and girls who focus on improving their community through social and economical equality.

National Women’s Business Council

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National Women’s Business Council is there to support women business owners in all stages of development through programs, counselling and networking.

Business.Gov

61 votes, average: 4.31 out of 561 votes, average: 4.31 out of 561 votes, average: 4.31 out of 561 votes, average: 4.31 out of 561 votes, average: 4.31 out of 5 (61 votes, average: 4.31 out of 5, rated)
 

Business.Gov provides small business owners with all the legal and regulatory information needed to be in accordance with the law. Resources and programs are also available to help small businesses get started and keep growing.

SCORE Women Entrepreneurs Website

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SCORE Women Entrepreneurs Website is dedicated to educating entrepreneurs by offering a variety of resources such as workshops, templates, advise on planning and mentors.