Listen, wearing multiple hats is not easy – especially as a mom and business owner. And that’s why you deserve some free money for your business a.k.a a business grant.
As we know with all businesses, we need capital.
Here are a few companies doing the Lord’s work by providing grants to women owned businesses:
-Greenwood! Yes, Greenwood provides a grant to Black and Latino owned businesses to the tune of $10,000 monthly!
-SoGal Black Founder Startup Grant–it gives $10,000 or $5,000 startup grants to businesses owned by Black women.
-The Amber Grant: gives a women-owned business $10,000 every month. To make this grant even better, at the end of the year, one of the grant winners gets an extra $25,000.
The fun doesn’t end here—there are tons of other grants you can apply for. Check out IFundWomen Universal Grant Application Database which matches the partner’s grant criteria to applications within the database.
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Rianka R. Dorsainvil, CFP®️ is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of 2050 Wealth Partners a virtual, fee-only comprehensive financial planning firm dedicated to serving first-generation wealth-builders, entrepreneurs, and thriving professionals. Rianka also hosts 2050 TrailBlazers, a podcast aimed to address the lack of diversity in the financial planning profession by engaging industry experts and leaders in conversation.
As an award winning successful, millennial Certified Financial Planner professional, Rianka offers a unique perspective not only on the current state of the financial service industry, but on how to stay relevant in an ever-changing world.
Rianka serves as a member of CNBC’s Digital Financial Advisor Council and CFP Board’s Diversity Advisory Group, is a Forbes Personal Finance Contributor, and has been recognized for her accomplishments and leadership within the industry by leading publications and organizations such as Investment News’ inaugural 2017 Women to Watch Rising Star and Wealth Management’s Ten to Watch in 2018. She has been published in PBS NewsHour, Forbes, USA Today, Black Enterprise, CNBC, Women’s Health, and more.