This year is going by so quickly, we can’t believe it is already September! If you’ve thought about applying for grant funding, there are some great grants currently available to small businesses.
GrantWatch currently lists more than 1,000 grants for small businesses. These grants include funding to start a business, as well as grants to expand or improve businesses that already exist. While some grants have deadlines that still further out, there are some business grants that have application deadlines fast approaching.
We are committed to ensuring that all businesses in need are taking advantage of every resource available to them. For this reason, we are sharing a few wonderful business grants that are expiring at the end of September.
Check Out These Small Business Grants Before They Expire!
- Firstly, grants are available to utility districts, technology or telecommunications companies, and partnerships to improve internet infrastructure.
- Grants of up to $500 and in-kind support are also open to women entrepreneurs to enhance business development.
- There are grants of $10,000 to restaurants for disaster relief. Funding may go to operating expenses including; utilities, rent or mortgage payments, supplies and materials, food and beverage inventory, and supplier costs.
- Grant of $2,500 and in-kind services to a USA individual entrepreneurs to start or expand their business.
- Cooperative agreements are available to for-profit businesses for the removal of waste and debris in marine environments.
- Grants of up to $5,000 are open to Hawaiian businesses to mitigate financial losses due to COVID-19.
- In addition, grants of up to $10,000 are available to Nova Scotia farms and agriculture-based businesses for economic development activities.
- Funding is available to Alberta Indigenous communities and for-profit companies to support capital business projects.
- Grants of up to $10,000 are open to North Carolina businesses in Orange County to promote business expansion.
- There are also grants of up to $10,000 to Arkansas small businesses for projects that empower women and girls.
- Finally, grants are open to Pennsylvania private businesses that operate and own boating facilities. This funding is for the maintenance, renovation, and construction of dump stations for use by the general boating public.
We hope you find a grant on this list for which your business is eligible and that you consider applying. Remember, these grants have deadlines that are quickly approaching so start as soon as possible. If you need help with your grant proposal, you can check out this article for 10 grant writing tips for beginners.
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