Trying to start or run a business on a normal day can be hectic & throw-in all that's been going on lately with COVID-19 whew, to say the least.
Right now is a great time to really focus on business. To assist you we put together a list of grants & opportunities to help grow your boutique business.
The stimulus package recently passed by Congress includes several programs aimed at assisting small businesses to learn more visit:
Richelieu Dennis, the founder brand SheaMoisture (Haircare and beauty) and its parent company, Sundial Brands, has announced this week a $1 million relief fund to help support women of color entrepreneurs and minority-owned businesses affected by coronavirus. Applications open on April 8, 2020. Please visit www.sheamoisturefund.com to learn more and apply!
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Hey, #SheaFam! Thank you for all of your love, support and inquiries in regards to the $1M Community Commerce Fund. It is clear that there is an immense need in our community amongst minority small businesses and together, we can make an impact! Applications open on April 8, 2020. Please visit sheamoisturefund.com to learn more and apply! #sheamoisture #communitycommerce
Amazon announced it’s Neighborhood Small Business Relief Fund for businesses in the Seattle area.
As Part Of $100 Million Grant Program Facebook Announces $40 Million In Grants For U.S. Small Businesses Impacted By Coronavirus. Learn more here https://www.facebook.com/
Google’s Covid-19 Assistance Plan -- Google announced a few days they are issuing $340 million in credits for Google Ads that the company says can be used throughout 2020 across any of Google's advertising platforms.
There's no signup or application process. Instead, credits will automatically be added to active Google Ads accounts.
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Coronavirus Small Business Loans/Grants State by State