Looking for a grant to support your small business?
We understand how challenging it can be to find the right opportunities. That's why, at GrowGeorgia.com, we're dedicated to helping entrepreneurs like you discover the best grants available.
From national programs like STTR and SBIR, which prioritize commercialization of technology and scientific research, to state grants aimed at expanding resources for small businesses, we've got you covered.
But it doesn't stop there. We also go above and beyond to identify grants tailored to specific industries or groups of business owners who face unique barriers to growth. Whether you're a minority, veteran, or women-owned business, we're here to bridge the funding gap with grants provided by corporations and lending institutions.
As you navigate the grant landscape, we want to make sure you have the best advice at your fingertips. Check out our last blog for valuable tips on applying for grants and learn how to determine if grants are the right funding option for your business. Let us be your trusted source for finding grants and accelerating your entrepreneurial journey.
Here are some recent examples of grants available or recently provided by national organizations:
- The FedEx Small Business Grant Content - FedEx has given away $1.9 million to help small businesses thrive. Step one is becoming a customer, https://www.fedex.com/en-us/small-business/grants.html
- American Express has a round up of grants for small and diverse-founders at https://usa.visa.com/run-your-business/women-small-business.html
- Comcast Rise supports diversity, equity, and inclusion as well as community investment in this grant, https://www.comcastrise.com/faq/
- National Association for the Self-Employed - Apply for a business development grant form the NASE up to $4,000, https://www.nase.org/become-a-member/member-benefits/business-resources/growth-grants
- The NAACP believes in the power of Black-owned businesses and has partnered with several organizations to provide grants, https://naacp.org/find-resources/grants
- The Home Depot Foundation can help your business with online training resources and certifications for professionals in the skilled trades. Check out the Home Depot's Path to Pro program https://corporate.homedepot.com/page/path-pro
- She's Next from Visa is a grant program for Black women founders offering a grant and coaching, https://usa.visa.com/run-your-business/women-small-business.html
- Tory Burch Foundation has a partnership with the Fearless Fund to provide grants for women of color and more, https://www.toryburchfoundation.org/capital-programs/?gclid=Cj0KCQiAo7KqBhDhARIsAKhZ4uix5xqlwHB-oGZx-cLUUO8lLvoQ7KIv7VLqAt2XFY7pdmEpOYkINE0aAv5hEALw_wcB
This is not an inclusive list of grants or funding sources for small and minority-owned firms. Visit our Access to Capital & Funding page to find more resources close to your home.