Grants help small businesses start 2023 strong. Many programs are currently accepting applications, and many are ending this month. If you’re interested in applying for small business grants in February, check out the opportunities below.
Main Program Michigan Match
Michigan Economic Development Corporation is running a new round of the Match on Main Program. The grant program was launched during the pandemic to help downtown businesses across the state. Applications must be submitted by a participating city or downtown development organization. Each city can submit applications for two projects. The application deadline is February 1st.
Tacoma Small Business Rehabilitation Grant
Tacoma, Washington is now accepting applications for Small Business Restoration Grants. Grants can cover two types of business expenses, property damage repairs, and market expansion opportunities. The application period is from today until February 2nd.
We All Win Waco
Waco, Texas recently launched the We All Win Waco grant program to support small businesses in the city. Funded through the American Rescue Plan Act and the city’s General Fund, eligible businesses in the historically desolate commercial corridor can receive up to $180,000 from a variety of programs. The application deadline is February 4th.
Cumberland Small Business Grant
Cumberland, Rhode Island allocates $500,000 from US Relief Plans Act funds to the Small Business Grant Program. Eligible businesses can apply for up to $10,000 to offset lost revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Applications will be accepted until February 6th.
Business grant owned by Alexandria BIPOC
Alexandria, Virginia supports Black, Indigenous and people-owned businesses through a new grant program. To be eligible, businesses must be at least 51% Black, Indigenous, or Color-owned, locally owned and operated, and have no more than 100 employees. Grants range from $1,000 to $7,000 and will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis with a final deadline of February 10th.
San Francisco Flood Disaster Relief Fundraising Program
San Francisco offers subsidies to small businesses that have experienced floods, landslides, and power outages. Affected businesses can receive up to $5,000 through the Flood Disaster Relief Nomination Program. Funds will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. The final deadline is February 10th.
Trellus Same Day Local Delivery Subsidy
Trellus Same-Day Local Delivery awards $500 to 20 Long Island small businesses. The grant will help cover the cost of Trellus subscriptions and shipping to anyone interested in trying out the service. Eligible businesses can apply now until February 14th.
Clearwater ARPA Grants and Loans
Clearwater, Florida, recently launched a new program that provides $6.5 million in grants and loans to local small businesses. Funds funded through the American Rescue Plan Act are available to small businesses affected by the pandemic and are focused on businesses related to education, cultural affairs, and the North Greenwood community. The application deadline is February 15th.
Innovate Alabama launches second round of subsidized grant program. In-state businesses that have received Phase I and Phase II Federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grants can apply for up to $250,000. Eligible businesses are encouraged to apply by February 17.
Indiana Technical Assistance Program
The Indiana Small Business Development Center is currently implementing the Indiana Technical Assistance Program. The program connects small businesses across the state with funding and professional assistance to complete a variety of growth projects, including grant applications. The application deadline is February 17th.
Madison Neighborhood Association Grant
In Madison, Wisconsin, we provide grants to neighborhood associations and business associations. This funding round includes $25,000, distributed in grants ranging from $1,000 to $5,000. The program focuses on projects related to community strengthening, leadership, and organizational capacity.Target group he must apply by February 20
Chicago Climate Infrastructure Fund
Chicago provides grants to local small businesses and nonprofits looking to make climate-friendly improvements. The Climate Infrastructure Fund includes $5 million in funding to cover renewable energy and energy efficient building improvements. The project proposal he has to submit by February 24th.
Boston Space Grant
Boston’s SPACE (Supporting Pandemic Affected Community Enterprises) grant program provides grants to up to 50 local businesses. The program aims to help entrepreneurs open new stores in the city’s main commercial districts. Grants can cover start-up costs of up to $200,000 over three years. The first application round closes on February 17th.
West Chester Spark Grant Program
Westchester, Ohio is launching a small business activation grant program to encourage businesses to invest in exterior improvements. The Spark Grant Program includes $250,000 in funding to cover business improvements along the US Route 42 Corridor. Each company can apply between $1,000 and $10,000. The current application cycle ends on February 28th.
MBDA Capital Reserve Program
The Department of Commerce’s Office of Minority Business Development offers approximately $100 million in grant programs for women and minority entrepreneurs. The Capital Readiness Program will provide her $93.5 million to business her incubators and accelerators that serve underserved entrepreneurs. Applications are due by February 28th.
Barclays Small Business Big Wins 2023 Contest
Barclays offers up to $60,000 in grants to small businesses that share their stories. For the Barclays Small Business Big Wins 2023 competition, applicants must describe their small business story in 500 words or less. The application deadline is February 28th.
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