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              Name of FunderTitleEligibility RequirementArea Served/FocusTypeAmountDue DateIndustry FocusAboutLinkLast Updated
              Texas Department of AgricultureYoung Farmer GrantGrant applications will be accepted from any individual person 18 years or older, but younger than 46 years of age as of the application deadline, who is engaged or will be engaged in creating or expanding agriculture in Texas. TexasGrant - Government: State$5,000 to $20,000 RollingThe purpose of this program is to provide financial assistance in the form of dollar-for-dollar matching grant funds to young agricultural producers that are engaged or will be engaged in creating or expanding an agricultural business in Texas.See More Details on Funder's Website2/11/2021 1:17:49
              Downtown Development Board (DDB) and Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA)The Downtown Commercial and Residential Building Improvement ProgramCommercial Buildings located within the North Quarter, Eola, and Central Business District Planning Areas of the CRA, OrlandoFloridaGrant - Government: State$15,000 and $120,000RollingFunding for building façade and/or building stabilization improvements made to properties will encourage reuse of vacant or underutilized properties, improve appearance, and support the long-term viability of downtown Orlando. Over time, the taxable valuation of the improved properties will increase, thus increasing the amount of funds available to revitalize downtown Orlando.See More Details on Funder's Website2/11/2021 1:48:13
              Louisiana Division of AdministrationLocal Government Assistance Program (LGAP)​ Louisiana Based BusinessLouisianaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPriority is given to projects that resolve basic human health and safety needs, such as fire and police protection and sewer and water improvements. CWEF provides funding to aid units of local government in rehabilitating, improving and constructing projects for community water systems to provide safe, clean drinking water.See More Details on Funder's Website2/11/2021 12:20:11
              TedcoSeed FundMaryland-based startupsMarylandGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Seed Fund backs entrepreneurs who are passionate about building exceptional companiesSee More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 11:43:24
              Maryland Department of CommerceAdvantage Maryland (MEDAAF)Maryland-based startupsMarylandGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingA flexible and broad-based program, Advantage Maryland (also known as MEDAAF) funds grants, loans and investments to support economic development initiatives. Uses include business attraction and retention, infrastructure support, brownfield redevelopment, arts and entertainment districts, daycare, revolving loan funds and local strategic planning. Projects must be within Priority Funding Areas and eligible industry sectors. Awards are made on a competitive basis.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 11:50:53
              Maine Technology InstitutePhase 0 Grant ProgramMaine small business with an R&D project in one of the seven approved industries and applying for SBIR/STTRMaineGrant - Government: State$5,000.00RollingMTI has developed an SBIR/STTR Technical Assistance Program (TAP) to encourage entrepreneurs and small business to participate in the federal SBIR/STTR Program. Applicants may receive up to $5,000 for external resources such as a grant writer or subjkect matter expert.See More Details on Funder's Website02-28-20242/28/2024 12:24:01
              Arkansas Division of Science & TechnologyTechnology Transfer Assistance Grant Arkansas based SBIR applicantsArkansasGrant - Government: State$5,000.00RollingThe Division of Science & Technology provides limited financial support for the transfer and deployment of innovative technology. It will fund up to $3,750 of costs associated with transferring new or existing technology from a qualified applicant – such as a public or private enterprise, laboratory, college or university – to an enterprise based in Arkansas.See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 3:08:50
              Nebraska Small Business Innovation Research / Small Business Tech Transfer (SBIR/STTR) Grant ProgramPhase 0Be a Nebraska based small business applying for Phase I SBIRNebraskaGrant - Government: State$5,000.00RollingNebraska SBIR/STTR Phase 0 grant can help Nebraska small businesses applying to an open federal SBIR/STTR solicitation hire a grant writer, technical review or other proposal preparation assistance.See More Details on Funder's Website3/21/2021 9:05:25
              New Jersey Economic Development Authority - Commission on Science, Innovation and Technology (CSIT)SBIR/STTR Direct Financial Assistance ProgramNew Jersey small business that has received an SBIR/STTR Phase I, Fast Track or Direct to Phase II grant or contract award within the last two yearsNew JerseyGrant - Government: State$225,000TBA November 2024The CSIT SBIR/STTR Direct Financial Assistance Program aims to enhance the innovative economy in NJ. Direct Grants will provide $25,000 to New Jersey small businesses that receive a Phase I, Fast Track or Direct to Phase II. Bridge Grants will provide $50,000 to businesses that have successfully completed Phase I of Federal SBIR/STTR program and have applied for Phase II funding. The funding is intended to enable these businesses to maintain operations while waiting on Phase II awards.See More Details on Funder's Website01-17-20241/17/2024 2:59:32
              Massachusetts Woodland InstituteWorking Forest InitiativeLocated in MassachusettsMassachusettsGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Working Forest Initiative offers a variety of services and programs to help you make informed decisions about the stewardship of your woodland.See More Details on Funder's Website3/21/2021 10:43:58
              NC IdeaSOARFemale foundersNorth CarolinaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingNC IDEA SOAR is designed to support female entrepreneurs through content and programming, professional development and a robust networking community. We connect female founders with resources to grow and scale their companies, as well as amplify female voices in the North Carolina entrepreneurial ecosystem.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2021 9:48:09
              City of ChicagoSmall Business Loan ProgramSmall business operating in Chicago IllinoisIllinoisGrant - Government: Local/RegionalUp to $250,000RollingSmall business loans up to $250,000 are available through a partnership between the City of Chicago Treasurer’s Office and community-based lenders. The program targets a variety of small and high-growth companies that can utilize loan proceeds for equipment purchases, working capital, inventory, leasehold improvements, expansion, contract purchase-order financing, and other uses.See More Details on Funder's Website7/27/2021 7:00:43
              North Carolina Biotechnology CenterTransforming the Business of Life SciencesNC life science small businesses North CarolinaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingNorth Carolina is leading the push toward better healthcare, faster diagnostics and more sustainable food production all the while, creating jobs right here in our state. This economic transformation is why theSee More Details on Funder's Website7/28/2021 3:43:37
              Nevada Industry ExcellenceNevada State Trade Expansion Program (STEP)Nevada-based businessesNevadaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingSTEP was authorized by Section 1207 of the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010. Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015 made the State Trade Expansion Program a permanent provision of the Small Business Act to make grants to States to carry out projects that help develop exports by eligible small business concerns (ESBCs).See More Details on Funder's Website7/30/2021 2:13:50
              Iowa Workforce DevelopmentIowa Student Internship ProgramIowa-based small business in a target industry (bioscience, advanced manufacturing or information technology) hiring a student internIowaGrant - Government: State$9,300.00RollingThis program provides grants to small and medium-sized companies in targeted industries to support internship programs with a goal of transitioning interns to full-time employment in Iowa upon graduation. For every two dollars of wages earned by the student, one dollar paid by the employer is matched by one dollar from the Iowa Workforce Development (IWD) and up to $3,100 per intern (maimum 3 per year)See More Details on Funder's Website02-27-20242/27/2024 3:14:57
              DC Department of Small and Local Business Development (DSLBC)Phase 0 ProgramWashington, DC- based SBIR applicantsWashington D.C., District of ColumbiaGrant - Government: State$1,000.00RollingThe Phase 0 Program provides support for District-based Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer Research (STTR), specifically for the development of Federal Phase I and Phase II proposals. Interested and qualified companies will receive directed proposal support and other benefits as a part of the program. See More Details on Funder's Website8/30/2021 1:14:00
              Indiana Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)Matching Award Grant ProgramIndiana businesses applying for Phase I and Phase II proposalsIndianaGrant - Government: State$50,000.00RollingThe Indiana PTAC will also offer assistance to businesses applying for Phase I and Phase II proposals. Because creating a proposal is notoriously tricky you need the experts at the IN SBDC PTAC. Additionally, PTAC experts help fund companies who plan on submitting a proposal. The PTAC also offers a matching award grant program, which means that the state will provide additional funding. 50 cents on each dollar up to the amount of $50,000 to be exact. See More Details on Funder's Website8/30/2021 1:14:16
              Connecticut Department of Economic and Community DevelopmentBioscience Innovation FundConnecticut-based startups and early-stage businesses working in bioscience, biomedical engineering, health information management, medical care, medical devices, medical diagnostics, pharmaceuticals, personalized medicine or other related disciplines intended to impact human healthConnecticutGrant - Government: State$500,000Rolling Administered by Connecticut Innovations, this $200 million-dollar fund seeks to speed commercialization of bioscience breakthroughs by providing focused financial assistance.See More Details on Funder's Website02-19-202402-19-2024 6:32:38
              South Carolina Research AuthorityAcceleration GrantSouth Carolina-based companies applying for SBIRSouth CarolinaGrant - Government: State$50,000RollingThese grants are competitively awarded to South Carolina-based, for-profit companies. Companies must be eligible to be an SC Launch Client Company. A company can receive this grant one time. Download the application for more information about the qualifications.See More Details on Funder's Website9/3/2021 11:08:25
              South Carolina Research AuthorityDemonstration GrantEarly-stage Companies or Academic Institutions in South CarolinaSouth CarolinaGrant - Government: State$50,000RollingA demonstration grant supports a matching monetary or in-kind investment by a corporate entity into a project at a small business or academic institution. The grants are designed to lower technical or business risk by accomplishing a technology/testing milestone or opening a new distribution channel, sales pipeline, market, etc.See More Details on Funder's Website9/3/2021 11:40:27
              South Carolina Research AuthorityRelocation Assistance GrantEstablished, for-profit technology companies relocating to South CarolinaSouth CarolinaGrant - Government: StateTo be determined and may be milestone-based.RollingTo offset costs associated with moving a company to South CarolinaSee More Details on Funder's Website9/3/2021 11:40:28
              South Carolina Research AuthorityProject Development Fund Grant• The company is registered as a for-profit business with the SC Secretary of State. In addition, the company’s principal place of business is in South Carolina or at least 51% of its full-time equivalent employees are located within the state. • The company must be an active SCRA Member Company (Note: Company may simultaneously apply to become Member Company and request grant funding.) • The company must be based on some form of technology, and ideally the technology is protected by intellectual property (IP) South CarolinaGrant - Government: State$25,000RollingTo support critical milestones towards commercialization and advance a company’s pursuit of follow-on funding.See More Details on Funder's Website01-09-20241/9/2024 11:31:29
              South Carolina Research AuthorityAcceleration Grant• The company is registered as a for-profit business with the SC Secretary of State. In addition, the company’s principal place of business is in South Carolina or at least 51% of its full-time equivalent employees are located within the state. • The company must be an active SCRA Member Company (Note: Company may simultaneously apply to become Member Company and request grant funding.) • The company must be based on some form of technology, and ideally the technology is protected by intellectual property (IP) South CarolinaGrant - Government: State$50,000RollingTo offset costs associated with moving a company to South CarolinaSee More Details on Funder's Website01-09-20241/9/2024 11:32:22
              Maine Technology Institute Technical Assistance ProgramMaine-based SBIR/STTR applicantsMaineGrant - Government: State$5,000 to $15,000RollingThe TAP program also provides government accounting assistance in preparing an overhead rate, budget and justification. Other services include commercialization plan development, market researchers and a biotech consultant. These services will ensure your proposal meets established technical and commercial review criteria.See More Details on Funder's Website02-05-20242/5/2024 3:24:55
              Iowa State University Center for Industrial Research and Service (CIRAS)CIRAS Contract Research Matching Grant ProgramIowa companies in need of research, testing, or related services for thier innovationIowaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingCIRAS helps Iowa companies work with Iowa State University faculty and staff on multiple types of company-driven technical projects. Research and development projects can involve exploring new products and concepts, testing new products, or process improvement. Project duration can range from one month up to one year.See More Details on Funder's Website02-27-20242/27/2024 3:24:17
              Impact WashingtonWashington State SAFE/EDA GrantSmall and medium sized manufacturers with emphasis on underserved communitiesWashingtonGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingWashington State Department of Commerce Invites Impact Washington to Join a Unique Collaboration of Public, Private and Philanthropic Organizations to Keep Small Businesses Open and Protected.See More Details on Funder's Website9/7/2021 7:08:28
              Impact WashingtonDOD OEA Washington State Department of Commerce GrantWashington based manufacturing businessWashingtonGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingHelp for Washington State businesses to assess their cybersecurity maturity with the objective of complying with Department of Defense requirements, such as the emerging Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)See More Details on Funder's Website9/7/2021 7:08:30
              Washington State Department of CommerceExport Voucher ProgramWashington based US Small-and medium-sized manufacturers (SME's) involved in exportsWashingtonGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingQualifying companies who are new to exports or entering new markets can get up to $10,000 to offset expenses. Funded in part by the SBA’s State Trade Expansion Program, the vouchers can be used to defray trade show or trade mission fees, airfare, interpreter and translation services, export training programs and more.See More Details on Funder's Website9/7/2021 7:08:36
              Motor City MatchGap Funding grantsDetroit small businesses (brick and mortar) opening a first or additional location in Detroit's commercial corridor that will remain in Detroit for at least two years following fundingMichiganGrant - Government: State$100,000.001/15/2024Motor City Match connects new and expanding businesses with business services and space to grow, providing them with the funding and tools to fuel the city’s entrepreneurial revolution. Grants may be available to close financing gaps. Requires 10% owner equity, grants generally do not exceed 50% of total project costs.See More Details on Funder's Website01-08-20241/8/2024 11:26:46
              Michigan Small Business Development Center (MI-SBDC) and Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC)Michigan Emerging Technologies Fund (ETF)Michigan-based small business that has received Phase I or Phase II SBIR/STTR awardMichiganGrant - Government: State$25,000 to $125,000RollingThe ETF will match SBIR/STTR awards in the amounts of $25,000 for Phase I and up to $125,000 for Phase II . ETF must be used to help bring Michigan SBIR/STTR projects to commercialization in at least one of the Technology Sectors supported by the ETF: Advanced Automotive Technology, Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Advanced Materials Technology, Advanced Information Technology, Advanced Agricultural Processing Technology, Alternative Energy, Homeland Security and Defense, and Life Sciences.See More Details on Funder's Website01-08-20241/8/2024 11:38:54
              South Carolina Research AuthorityAcceleration GrantSouth Carolina-based, for-profit companies. Companies must be eligible to be an SC Launch Client CompanySouth CarolinaGrant - Government: State$50,000.00RollingThese grants are competitively awarded to South Carolina-based, for-profit companies. Companies must be eligible to be an SC Launch Client Company. A company can receive this grant one time. Download the application for more information about the qualifications. See More Details on Funder's Website10/7/2021 3:24:00
              South Carolina Research AuthorityProject Development Fund (PDF) The company must be eligible to become an SC Launch Client CompanySouth CarolinaGrant - Government: State$25,000.00RollingSCRA provides Project Development Fund (PDF) grants to qualified companies in the SC Launch program that are not affiliated with an academic institution.See More Details on Funder's Website10/7/2021 3:24:01
              South Carolina Research Authority Relocation Assistance GrantEstablished, for-profit technology companies relocating to South CarolinaSouth CarolinaGrant - Government: StateTo be determined and may be milestone-basedRollingRelocation Grants are awarded to for-profit companies relocating to South Carolina to reimburse expenses for moving equipment, up-fitting facilities, etc. Allowable Use of Funds consist of reimbursement of company expenses to relocate to South Carolina, which may include, but are not limited to, moving equipment, up-fitting facilities and employee relocation costs commonly reimbursed by the company.See More Details on Funder's Website10/7/2021 3:24:03
              South Carolina Research AuthorityDemonstration GrantEarly-stage Companies or Academic Institutions in South CarolinaSouth CarolinaGrant - Government: State$50,000.00RollingA successful demonstration project will provide a valuable solution to the corporate partner and a significant growth opportunity for a small business and/or academic partner by developing a new product, distribution channel, customer or research.See More Details on Funder's Website10/7/2021 3:35:30
              Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development Kentucky Enterprise FundKentucky BusinessKentuckyGrant - Government: State$30,000-$300,000RollingThe Kentucky Enterprise Fund provides seed-stage capital to Kentucky-based companies that are commercializing a technology-based product or process. The funds exist to stimulate private investment in Kentucky-based technology companies with high growth potential. The Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation administers the funds.See More Details on Funder's Website10/27/2021 8:42:15
              Delaware Division of Small BusinessWorkforce Training GrantDelaware-based small businessDelawareGrant - Government: State$100,000.00RollingWorkforce Training Grant is a matching program that funds specialized training for companies of up to $100,000 per project.See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 3:25:37
              InvestAtlantaWorkSource AtlantaBusinesses engaged in economic development and job creation in GeorgiaGeorgiaGrant - Government: Local/RegionalVariesRollingWorkSource Atlanta helps businesses recruit qualified employees, develop a workforce equipped with relevant skills through customized job-based training programs, and up-skill their current workforce. Eligible activities include: Recruitment, job fairs, customized training, transportation assistance, drug screening, veterans recruitment. Award amount is determined on a case-by-case basis.See More Details on Funder's Website11/1/2021 6:40:32
              University of Alaska Center for Innovation, Coommercialization and Entrepreneurship (Center ICE)Customer Discovery Through NSF-Funded Innovastion Corps (I-Corps) Site ProgramAlaska innovators, including University of Alaska faculty, staff, and students as well as the non University-affiliated communityAlaskaGrant - Government: State$2,500RollingAt Center ICE, we provide a seven-week long NSF Innovation Corps (I-Corps) Site program to accelerate academic research and startup business projects that are ready to move toward commercialization. I-Corps is a highly-experiential, 6- to 7-week-long program. Participants learn how to move technology out of the lab as well as business startup best practices. Your team will obtain customer feedback that will help launch your product/business or develop an evidence-based commercialization strategy. Funds may be used to defray the travel costs of entrepreneurial interviews; attend conferences; pay for video conferencing services to allow for remote interviews, and educational support materials.See More Details on Funder's Website01-08-20241/8/2024 4:55:49
              Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic DevelopmentAlaska SBIR/STTR Grant - Phase IAlaska small business with an active SBIR/STTR Phase I with a minimum of three (3) months remaining on award term at the time of applicationGrant - Government: State$25,0005/10/2024The Alaska SBIR/STTR Grant Program will provide state grant funding to businesses with an active federal SBIR/STTR award or to businesses seeking bridge funding to maintain progress between federal award phases. Successful applicants in Phase I of their federal award, including applicants seeking bridge funding, will be awarded up to $25,000.See More Details on Funder's Website01-08-20241/8/2024 5:45:27
              Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic DevelopmentAlaska SBIR/STTR Grant - Phase IIAlaska small business with an active SBIR/STTR Phase I with a minimum of three (3) months remaining on award term at the time of application; or, that have completed a federal Phase I grant within the last six (6) months and have already submitted a federal Phase II application but not yet received a response. Grant - Government: State$75,0005/10/2024Successful applicants in Phase II of their federal award will be awarded an initial award of up to $25,000, and may be eligible for a supplemental award of up to $75,000 (for a maximum total award of up to $100,000, inclusive of the initial award) if program funding remains after the application deadline.See More Details on Funder's Website01-08-20241/8/2024 5:45:28
              Michigan Economic Development Corporation Strategic Site Readiness ProgramEligible applicants to conduct eligible activities on, or related to, strategic sites and mega-strategic sites in Michigan, for the purpose of creating investment-ready site to attract and promote investment in MichiganMichiganGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Strategic Site Readiness Program provides financial incentives to eligible applicants to conduct eligible activities on, or related to, strategic sites and mega-strategic sites in Michigan, for the purpose of creating investment-ready sites to attract and promote investment in Michigan.See More Details on Funder's Website4/13/2022 9:05:22
              Michigan Economic Development Corporation Jobs Ready MichiganBusinesses seeking to incorporate in or move operations to Michigan that are creating jobs or making capital investmentsMichiganGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Jobs Ready Michigan program was created by the Michigan Strategic Fund to meet the talent needs of companies that are expanding or relocating to Michigan. The program is designed to be flexible and responsive to the specific talent needs of companies and to address the costs associated with recruiting and training individuals for occupations that are high-wage, high-skill, or high-demand.See More Details on Funder's Website01-08-20241/8/2024 12:04:47
              Michigan Economic Development Corporation Michigan Business Development ProgramBusinesses seeking to incorporate in or move operations to Michigan and creating at least 25 new jobsMichiganGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Michigan Business Development Program is available from the Michigan Strategic Fund (MSF), in cooperation with MEDC. The program is designed to provide grants, loans or other economic assistance to businesses for highly competitive projects in Michigan that create jobs and/or provide investment.See More Details on Funder's Website01-08-20241/8/2024 12:29:57
              Michigan Economic Development Corporation Critical Industry ProgramBusinesses seeking to incorporate in or move operations to Michigan MichiganGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Critical Industry Program provides qualified investments to qualified businesses for deal-closing, gap financing, or other economic assistance to create or retain qualified jobs as a result of a technological shift in product or production or make capital investments, or both, in Michigan.See More Details on Funder's Website4/13/2022 9:54:32
              Montana Department of Labor and IndustryMT Incumbent Worker Training Grants (IWT)For-profit or non-profit business operating in Montana for at least one (1) year Small business with no more than fifty (50) employeesMontanaGrant - Government: State$2,000 per year per full-time employeeRollingThe Incumbent Worker Training (IWT) program is a grant funding resource, helping to off-set a portion of skills-based training costs for incumbent (existing) workers employed by Montana's private sector. Businesses must demonstrate that training will increase the worker's skill-level, result in a promotion or wage gain, or expand their business market/increase business revenue with the intent of preserving existing jobs for Montana residents. Empoyers may receive $1,0o0 per part-time employee and $2,500 per full time employee per year. Grants are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis until funds are expended each year. See More Details on Funder's Website5/4/2022 2:57:23
              Colorado Office of Economic DevelopmentState Trade Expansion Prgram Grant (STEP)Colorado small business that is seeking to begin exportingColoradoGrant - Government: State$10,000.00Rolling The State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) Grant helps small businesses expand internationally by funding international business development activities. The purpose of this grant is to offset the cost of expanding internationally for small businesses. Funds may be used for: Attending trade shows; holding international business meetings; researching new markets; updating marketing materials for new markets; and compliance testingSee More Details on Funder's Website01-09-20241/9/2024 1:09:12
              The Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC), in collaboration with the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee (HACM) Black Business BoostBlack entrepreneurs and business owners in Milwaukee, WIWisconsinGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThis unique initiative will provide 100 black business owners and entrepreneurs in the greater Milwaukee area with access to key supportive services to start, strengthen or expand their business ventures. PNC Bank is a foundational partner.See More Details on Funder's Website5/24/2022 12:42:22
              Oklahoma CommerceQuality Jobs Incentive ProgramCompanies must achieve an average wage threshold and $2.5 million in new annual payrolls within three years to qualify. Companies must offer basic health insurance to employees. In some cases, qualifying companies must also attain 75% out-of-state sales.Oklahoma Grant - Government: StateVariesRollingOklahoma’s successful Quality Jobs incentive program promotes job growth and helps improve your company’s bottom line by injecting cash back into your business as you expand and create new jobs in Oklahoma. The Quality Jobs program provides a cash payment to companies that create well-paying jobs and promote economic development.See More Details on Funder's Website5/25/2022 11:17:44
              Oklahoma Commerce21st Century Quality JobsThis incentive reduces out-of-state sales requirements from 75% to 50% for industries that are required to have out-of-state sales, and requires only 10 full-time jobs at an annual wage typically 300% of the county average wage. Oklahoma Grant - Government: StateVariesRollingThis program is designed to attract growth industries and sectors to Oklahoma in the 21st century through a policy of rewarding businesses with a highly skilled, knowledge-based workforce. It also maximizes the eligible incentive by allowing a net benefit rate of up to 10% of payroll.See More Details on Funder's Website5/25/2022 11:17:49
              Wyoming Business CouncilWyoming Co-Investment FundWyoming small businessesWyomingGrant - Government: StateVariesRolling SSBCI funds will be invested alongside a lead institutional or strategic investor focusing on later scale-up or growth stage investments, but WBC will play a lead investor role.See More Details on Funder's Website5/26/2022 1:28:11
              Vermont Community Action AgenciesVermont Micro Business Development ProgramLow-to-moderate-income Vermont entrepreneurs.VermontGrant - Government: StateVariesRolling Since 1988, MBDP has helped to strengthen the economic self-sufficiency of more than 10,000 Vermonters as well as the economic vitality of our communities. We have helped launch or expand more than 2,100 Vermont businesses, created thousands of jobs, and helped entrepreneurs leverage more than $15 million in financing.See More Details on Funder's Website6/6/2022 1:56:53
              The Vermont Sustainable Jobs FundThe Vermont Sustainable Jobs FundGreen economy startupsVermontGrant - Government: StateVariesRolling The Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund was created to accelerate the development of Vermont’s green economy. VSJF provides early stage grant funding, technical assistance, and loans to entrepreneurs, businesses, farmers, networks and others interested in developing jobs and markets in the green economySee More Details on Funder's Website6/6/2022 2:19:47
              Fresh Tracks CapitalFresh Tracks CapitalVermont small businessesVermontGrant - Government: StateVariesRolling Fresh Tracks Capital is an early-stage venture fund for entrepreneur in the fields of software, hardware, telecommunications, media, business information, business systems or biotechnology.See More Details on Funder's Website6/6/2022 4:01:21
              State of Vermont Agency of Commerce and community developmentVermont Training Program (VTP)Work-based learning programs and activities with eligible employers to introduce manufacturers and other regionally significant employers to Vermont students at every level. Employers who provide work-based learning programs or activities developed in partnership with a school or education program may apply to VTP for a grant to offset the costs of providing these programs.VermontGrant - Government: StateVariesRolling The VTP partners with employers and training providers to train Vermont's employees for the jobs of tomorrow. VTP provides performance based workforce grants for: pre-employment training, training for new hires and incumbent workers.See More Details on Funder's Website6/6/2022 12:55:41
              WorkForce West VirginiaGOVERNOR’S GUARANTEED WORKFORCE PROGRAMWest Virginia businesses who need help re-training employees who have been displaced by shifts in market forces.West VirginiaGrant - Government: State$10,000.00Rolling WorkForce West Virginia can help connect you with business services in your local community to meet and address a variety of immediate and long-term company needs, including access to available workforce training programs in your local community. We understand it is critical that your employees have the proper education and training required for the job. That’s why the team at WorkForce West Virginia stands ready to help you navigate the education and training process.See More Details on Funder's Website6/8/2022 1:15:31
              West Virginia Jobs Investment TrustWVCAP SEED CAPITAL CO-INVESTMENT FUNDsmall companies in West Virginia, whether they are early or matureWest VirginiaGrant - Government: State$10,000 to $500,000Rolling Funds can be used for market and competitive analysis, design and development of prototypes or to hire key personnel.See More Details on Funder's Website6/8/2022 2:14:07
              Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) - Iowa Manufacturing 4.0Industrial IoT Infrastructure Investment GrantsIowa small business with between 3-75 employees, NAICS codes falling between 31-33, deriving a minimum of 51% of their revenue from the sale of manufactured goods, and in business at least 3 years IowaGrant - Government: State$25,000.00RollingManufacturing Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Infrastructure Investment Grants support the purchase of specialized hardware or software in the Industry 4.0 technology groups. Eligible projects include: IIoT infrastructure hardware, such as enhanced server equipment to enable more cloud computing; Cybersecurity software; Predictive maintenance software; Sensor integration into industrial tools and shop floor machinery to determine wear or flaws; Industrial wearable technology integration to prevent injury; Sensor-driven transmission of real-time information from factory-floor to customers or suppliers; RFID inventory tracking equipment, etc.See More Details on Funder's Website6/21/2022 2:01:07
              Invest AtlantaSmall Business Improvement Grantlocal small businesses and commercial property owners located in five of the City of Atlanta’s Tax Allocation Districts (TADs) - Campbellton Road, Hollowell-ML King, Metropolitan Parkway, Perry Bolton, and Stadium Neighborhoods.GeorgiaGrant - Government: State$20,000.00RollingSmall businesses and property owners in five City of Atlanta Tax Allocation District (TADs) can apply for grants of up to $20,000 for interior and exterior improvements.See More Details on Funder's Website6/23/2022 1:26:03
              NC IDEAMicroYoung companies or entrepreneurs who are testing a big, new business idea.North CarolinaGrant - Government: State$10,000.002/26/2024NC IDEA Micro awards small, $10,000 project-based grants to young companies or entrepreneurs who are testing a big, new business idea. Each company works directly with NC IDEA staff to implement a six-month timeline of meaningful milestones and an impactful use of grant funds. Companies will make a final presentation to NC IDEA staff, mentors, and other companies in the cohort, about six months after the end of the customer discovery and product launch program.See More Details on Funder's Website02-01-20242/1/2024 12:59:12
              Business OregonBusiness Oregon’s SBIR/STTR Matching GrantsCompanies with a Phase I federal grant award and up to $100,000 for companies with a Phase II federal award.OregonGrant - Government: State$50,000 to $150,000RollingBusiness Oregon’s matching grants provide funds to help fill gaps in what the federal grant will cover and assist businesses build on projects and advance new technologies.See More Details on Funder's Website6/23/2022 8:52:28
              Alaska Energy AuthorityEmerging Energy Technology Fund (EETF)Alaska entrepreneurs with an energy-related technologyAlaskaGrant - Government: StateVariesTBAThe EETF promotes the expansion of energy sources available to Alaskans. Projects can either: test emerging energy technologies or methods of conserving energy; improve an existing technology; or deploy an existing technology that has not previously been demonstrated in the state. EETF grants must be for demonstration projects of technologies that have a reasonable expectation of becoming commercially viable within five years. Energy technology can include technologies related to renewable sources of energy, conservation of energy, enabling technologies, efficient and effective use of hydrocarbons and integrated systems.See More Details on Funder's Website01-08-20241/8/2024 5:08:06
              Launch Chapel HillLaunch MicrograntMust be a Launch Chapel Hill Accelerator that is a registered businessChapel Hill, North CarolinaGrant - Government: State$1,000.00RollingThe fund was created in order to give Launch companies a “next step” towards progress in their venture. In order to qualify, the company must have participated in the Launch Chapel Hill accelerator program. Companies at any stage may apply for this funding.See More Details on Funder's Website6/23/2022 9:00:31
              The City of Austin[Re]Verse Pitch CompetitionCompanies with innovative ideas for reducing waste in Austin through innovation and design.Energy, Natural Resources/EnvironmentalPitch/Startup Competition$8,500RollingAustin, TX – The City of Austin, in partnership with Austin Young Chamber and the U.S. Business Council for Sustainable Development, announced the winners of the annual [Re]Verse Pitch Competition, a program aimed at reducing waste in Austin through innovation and design. This year’s winners, known as Innovation Fellows, developed business ideas using another businesses’ ‘waste.’ The Innovation Fellows will receive prizes and participate in a four-month accelerator program to develop their ideas.See More Details on Funder's Website4/2/2021 12:14:106/23/2022 11:08:35
              Michigan Economic Development CorporationPlanet M Testing GrantMinimum 25% match in the form of cash or in-kind services required by participant. Grant amounts will vary.MichiganGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe PlanetM Testing Grant accelerates innovation by providing mobility companies the opportunity to access to advanced Michigan testing facilities:See More Details on Funder's Website6/23/2022 11:41:47
              WIN (Western New York Incubator Network)SBIR Assistance ProgramWestern New York startups applying for SBIR Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, and Niagara CountiesGrant - Government: Local/Regional$4,000.00RollingWIN's SBIR / STTR assistance program links quality SBIR / STTR applicants with outside experts to submit timely, high-quality proposals to relevant federal agencies. Current incubator clients, graduates, and ventures meeting the WIN virtual incubation criteria are eligible for WIN to cover the full cost of engaging an experienced consultant for a well-qualified proposal. Phase I and Phase II applications are both eligible. See More Details on Funder's Website6/24/2022 12:52:20
              New Hampshire Employment SecurityWorkInvestNH (formerly known as NH Job Training Fund)Businesses training for their employees. New HampshireGrant - Government: State$750 to $100,000RollingAvailable to businesses or co-applicants physically located in NH and businesses intending to physically locate in New Hampshire. The business must pay quarterly taxes into the NH Unemployment Trust Fund. The business must be in compliance with state laws and regulations. Available for existing workers who are either residents of New Hampshire or who work at a business or co-applicant that is located or intends to locate within the stateSee More Details on Funder's Website08-03-2022 1:09:48
              Mighty MississippiStrengthening Mississippi Academic Research Through (SMART) Business Act ProgramCompanies that operate in Mississippi and partner with a state institution of higher learning.MississippiGrant - Government: StateOpportunity for investmentRollingThe Strengthening Mississippi Academic Research Through (SMART) Business Act Program defrays the research and development costs of companies that operate in Mississippi and partner with a state institution of higher learning.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-202402-21-2024 3:35:27
              New Jersey Economic Development AuthorityEdison Innovation FundTechnology and life sciences businesses that will lead to well-paying job opportunities for New Jersey residents.New JerseyOTHER - See notes for specifics$250,000 to $2,000,000RollingThe Edison Innovation Fund seeks to develop, sustain, and grow technology and life sciences businesses that will lead to well-paying job opportunities for New Jersey residents.See More Details on Funder's Website01-17-202401-17-2024 5:24:41
              New Jersey Economic Development AuthorityNJ IgniteNew Jersey early stage technology and life sciences business; in operation no more than 7 years; fewer than 10 employees; less than $1,000,000 in trailing 12-months gross sales New JerseyGrant - Government: StatevariesRollingNJ Ignite supports entrepreneurs by providing rent support grants. In addition, this program provides collaborative workspaces with a new tenant attraction tool. Grants will cover rent payments for 2, 4 or 6 months.See More Details on Funder's Website01-16-202401-16-2024 4:58:57
              New Jersey Economic Development AuthorityThe Catalyst R&D Voucher ProgramEarly stage New Jersey companies in technology, advanced manufacturing, life science, film, food/beverage, and professional services; 25 or fewer employeesNew JerseyGrant - Government: State$25,000.00RollingThe goal of the Catalyst voucher is to support early-stage companies in accelerating development and innovation of technologies to transform new discoveries from research stage into commercially viable technologies. Eligible Applicants can receive Vouchers to defray the costs associated with any of the following services or activities in a participating University Facility or Government labs: Use of Facility equipment and technicians for testing and development, and training in preparation for independent use of the Facility equipment. See More Details on Funder's Website01-16-202401-16-2024 5:10:00
              Veterans FloridaVeterans Florida Workforce Training GrantBusinesses providing industry skills-based training costs for new or current employeesFlorida Grant - Government: State 50% of eligible training costsRollingThe Veterans Florida Workforce Training Grant reimburses qualified employers 50% of industry skills-based training costs for new or current employees. The skills your team members need will change over time, and the Workforce Training Grant helps your business keep up with industry trends and reach your goals faster. Approved training can be provided by third parties, in house corporate, or on the job training.See More Details on Funder's Website08-03-2022 3:13:37
              Alabama Office of ApprenticeshipApprenticeship AlabamaAlabama businesses hiring apprenticesAlabamaGrant - Government: State$1,000 per apprenticeRollingThis opportunity provides a credit for up to five apprentices per business per year.See More Details on Funder's Website08-09-2022 3:57:45
              Alabama WorksOn the Job TrainingAlabama employersAlabamaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe On-the-Job Training (OJT) program gives individuals an opportunity to learn job skills while on-the-job, allowing employers to train new employees for the specific job duties. The Local Workforce Development Area (LWDA) is responsible for the management of this program to include: training field staff (Business Service Representative) in the Career Centers, writing OJT contracts, entering required OJT data into AlabamaWorks!, and reviewing and submitting employer OJT invoices for reimbursement.See More Details on Funder's Website08-09-2022 4:05:19
              The Alaska Workforce Investment Board (AWIB)State Training and Employment Program (STEP)Alaska employersAlaskaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe State Training and Employment Program is administered by the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Alaska Workforce Investment Board (AWIB) and funded by a set-aside from the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. The purpose of STEP is to enhance the quality and make Alaska job training and employment assistance easily available to employers, employees, and future workers.See More Details on Funder's Website08-09-2022 4:42:34
              Central Oklahoma Workforce Innovation BoardIncumbent Worker TrainingOklahoma employers providing trainingOklahomaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingUpskill your current workforce with a training grant up to $10,000. Incumbent Worker Training exists to help our local companies become more competitive and at less risk of a layoff. These funds are perfect for companies looking to expand into new product lines or companies affected by changes in technology.See More Details on Funder's Website08-11-2022 1:24:06
              Central Oklahoma Workforce Innovation BoardPaid InternshipsOklahoma employers providing internshipsOklahomaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingAlso known as Work Experience or Transitional Jobs, our Paid Internships are designed to provide program participants with workplace skills necessary to obtain and retain employment. We place an intern with your company and pay 100% of the wages and fringe. Internships are designed to provide an individual with work experience so they can move towards a new career path. Employers may wish to hire their intern after completion of the internship but are not expected to do so.See More Details on Funder's Website08-11-2022 1:24:23
              Central Oklahoma Workforce Innovation BoardOn-the-Job TrainingOklahoma employers providing trainingOklahomaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingOn-the-Job Training (OJT) is a work-based training service that provides our program participants with knowledge-upgrade and skills-upgrade training necessary to enable full performance of a job. OJT allows employers to hire career seekers directly, utilizing their own training methods to educate new employees on skills needed to be successful. Employers receive a 50% wage reimbursement to help offset the extraordinary costs of providing training and supervision to an under skilled worker. Positions must be full-time and the employee is expected to be retained full-time at the end of the program.See More Details on Funder's Website08-11-2022 1:24:27
              North Carolina Department of CommerceIncumbent Worker Training ProgramNorth Carolina EmployersNorth CarolinaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingIncumbent Worker Training helps offset the cost of training employees who have worked for a business consistently for six months or more. Training should lead to an increased skill level, so that employees can be promoted and the employer can backfill opportunities for less skilled or experienced employees. The business must participate in the cost of the training, through cash payments or in-kind contributions, based upon the size of the company.See More Details on Funder's Website02-01-20242/1/2024 1:08:36
              North Carolina Department of CommerceOn The Job TrainingNorth Carolina EmployersNorth CarolinaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingOn-the-Job Training provides North Carolina a means to expand and enhance workforce service delivery to the State’s citizens. OJT is a viable pathway for unemployed workers seeking employment and for employers seeking workers. It offers the unique opportunity to offset initial training costs to fill skilled positions while building organizational productivity as the employee learns job requirements. An OJT arrangement can be the impetus for an employer to create a job opportunity. See More Details on Funder's Website8/11/2022 8:38:08
              North Dakota CommerceTechnical Skills Training GrantNorth Dakota employersNorth DakotaGrant - Government: State$50,000 to $100,000RollingThe Technical Skills Training grant is designed to support eligible training providers and employers in their efforts to design rapid, non-degree re-skilling and upskilling programs, expand capacity in new or existing programs that began after March 3rd, 2021, and/or move training to virtual platforms to train workers. All training programs must mitigate a workforce issue that was created or exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.See More Details on Funder's Website08-11-2022 9:52:36
              Jobs Service NDNorth Dakota New Jobs Training Programa new employer in North Dakota must create a minimum of five new jobs. To access this funding a current expanding business in North Dakota must add at least one more job to their base employmentNorth DakotaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPrimary-sector businesses and industries can secure funding to help offset the cost of training new employees for expansion and/or startup.See More Details on Funder's Website08-11-2022 10:25:20
              JobsOhioWorkforce Grantcompanies engaged in JobsOhio’s targeted industries and business functions. JobsOhio will set a wage floor based on multiple wage considerations. Ineligible projects include but are not limited to retail and other population driven businesses.OhioGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe program requires job creation and training of employees within a specified period and may consider the amount of proceeds per job created and employee trained. JobsOhio may consider providing assistance for eligible projects that improve operational efficiencies or production expansion, along with the retention of jobs.See More Details on Funder's Website08-11-2022 12:15:06
              Ohio Department of Job and Family ServicesOn-the-Job TrainingOhio businessesOhioGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingOJT is a proven, evidence-based strategy that provides for reimbursements to businesses for the costs associated with skills upgrading and loss of production for the training of newly hired employees. OJT is a work-based learning strategy with a proven track record of helping unemployed and underemployed workers gain new skills to find and retain employment. See More Details on Funder's Website08-11-2022 12:42:28
              South Carolina Department of CommerceIncumbent Worker TrainingSouth Carolina businessesSouth CarolinaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingFunds may be available to train current employees to meet changing skill requirements due to new technology, restructuring, new product lines and other factors. An employer match is required. Funding priority is given to training that will lead to significant upgrades in employee skills or wages that will result in layoff aversion and better retention opportunities. Funding for this program is allocated annually.See More Details on Funder's Website08-15-2022 12:05:45
              Water Resources Control BoardOrphan Site Cleanup Fund (OSCF Program)AnyoneCaliforniaGrant - Government: Local/RegionalVariesRollingThe Orphan Site Cleanup Fund (OSCF) is a grant program within the Division of Financial Assistance. OSCF provides financial assistance to eligible applicants for the cleanup of sites contaminated by leaking petroleum underground storage tanks where there is no financially responsible party, and the applicant is not an eligible claimant to the UST Cleanup Fund.See More Details on Funder's Website9/14/2022 12:16:24
              Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development Bluegrass State Skills Corporation Grant Reimbursement ProgramKentucky BusinessKentuckyGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingProvides matching grant funds for customized business and industry-specific training programs. The following properly documented training costs for occupational upgrade and/or skills upgrade training are eligible: In-House Training ($25 per hour permitted for trainer costs); Educational Institution and Consultant Training; Instructional Materials and Supplies used only for Training; Employee/Trainee Wages. Safety, mandated, and regulatory training may be eligible if it totals no more than 25% of the overall eligible training. See More Details on Funder's Website9/30/2022 11:45:59
              MassMEPGeneral Program Training GrantsEmployers, employer organizations, labor organizations, training providers, and a consortium of such entities are encouraged to apply for funds to train current and newly hired workersMassachusetts Grant - Government: State$250,000.00RollingYou may use a training provider of your choice. While we fund the majority of training content, courses that a company is legally mandated to provide (such as OSHA training) are not eligible for funding under this program. Training programs must be completed within two years.See More Details on Funder's Website10/6/2022 3:51:21
              Minnesota Employment and Economic DevelopmentJob Training Incentive ProgramMinnesota businesses located outside of the seven county metropolitan area or located in the cities of Cannon Falls, Hanover, Rockford, Northfield and New Prague that are adding at least three new jobs and training needs cannot be met with a Minnesota Job Skills Partnership grant.MinnesotaGrant - Government: State$200,000.00RollingThis program provides grants to new or expanding businesses located in Greater Minnesota for the purposes of training workers as quickly and efficiently as possible. The new jobs must pay wages at least equal to 120% of federal poverty guidelines for a family of four (currently $33,300 per year). The new jobs must also provide at least 32 hours of work per week for a minimum of nine months per year. Eligible training includes: Basic skills (hand tools, blueprint reading, basic math, etc); Advanced technical skill training; training on specific equipment; Process/Quality related training; safety training; Work-related language training; Soft-skill training (i.e. Communication, Leadership, Teamwork); train-the-trainer. See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:44:22
              Maine Department of LaborTraining for MaineMaine healthcare employersMaineGrant - Government: StatevariesRollingFunding is available to provide healthcare employers with support to upskill their incumbent patient-facing healthcare workers—with a focus on paying for short-term credentials to advance critical entry-level workers to the next stage in their career. See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:44:08
              Maine's Community Colleges - Quality CenterWorkforce Training GrantsMaine employersMaineGrant - Government: State$1,200 per employeeRollingThe Maine Quality Center can design and deliver job training targeted for industry-recognized certifications and deliver training on or off-site. Employers can access up to $1,200 per employee by joining the Maine Workforce Development Compact. A $1,200 match is available in 2023, 2024, and 2025. Training for Compact Members can occur at one of Maine’s community colleges, by a third-party training vendor, or through your own company-based training. All Maine companies qualify and there are additional resources available to small- and mid-sized companies.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:44:04
              CareerSource FloridaTraining GrantsCreating new, high-quality full-time jobs and a wage at least 125% of the local wagesFloridaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingOur nationally recognized FloridaFlex training grants strengthen businesses across many industries. These business-driven, flexible job training grants help Florida companies of all sizes compete and grow by keeping employees at the top of their game. Your business relies on a strong, skilled team of employees to be successful. The FloridaFlex team provides the expertise, funding and resources businesses need to succeed.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:44:01
              Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR)On the Job Training GrantsHawaii employersHawaiiGrant - Government: State50-90% of reimbursementRollingThe Federally-funded On the Job Training Program (OJT) allows employers to be reimbursed for 50-90% of their costs related to training new hires who meet program minimum requirements.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:43:59
              Idaho CommerceCustomized Workforce TrainingEmployer Grants are available to Idaho employers who are increasing their current workforce and/or retraining existing workers with skills necessary for specific economic opportunities or industrial expansion initiatives.idahoGrant - Government: State$3,000 per employeeRollingGrant applications are usually reviewed each month by the Workforce Development Council's Grant Review Committee. Committee meetings take place on the 4th Tuesday of each month. Grant applications are due by the end of the day on the 1st of each month. Grants needing additional information or revision may be moved to the next month's meeting for review.See More Details on Funder's Website01-30-20241/30/2024 10:56:54
              Nevada Department of Employment, Training and RehabilitationSilver State WorksNevada employersNevadaGrant - Government: State$599 to $2,000 per employeeRollingNevada offers several options for employers seeking to hire new employees: Employer-based training, On-the-Job training, and Incentive-based employment. Amount of incentive depends on employee's unemployment status and/or length of contract and type of training.See More Details on Funder's Website11/1/2022 3:17:59
              Michigan Economic Development Corporation Michigan Community Revitalization Program (MCRP)A qualified business ( can demonstrate to MSF that it is located in, will locate to, operates in, or will operate in, Michigan( that can contribute to community revitalization that will accelerate private investment in areas of historical disinvestmentMichiganGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingMCRP is a program available from the MSF, in cooperation with MEDC, designed to promote community revitalization that will accelerate private investment in areas of historical disinvestment, contribute to Michigan’s reinvention as a vital, job-generating state, foster redevelopment of functionally obsolete or historic properties, reduce blight; and protect the natural resources of the state.See More Details on Funder's Website11/2/2022 2:17:01
              Michigan Economic Development Corporation Michigan Industry 4.0 Technology Implementation GrantCompanies must be a manufacturer, as defined by NAICS code. Proposed project must take place at a Michigan manufacturing facility. MichiganGrant - Government: State$25,000.00RollingCompanies will need to clearly define which technology will be implemented and establish a timeline, budget and anticipated outcomes of the project. Technologies eligible for this grant program include hardware/software related to the following I4.0 categories, and preference will be given to transformative technologies (denoted with a * below): Additive Manufacturing & Advanced Materials* Artificial Intelligence* Big Data Cloud Computing Cybersecurity Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) Modeling, Simulation, Visualization & Immersion Robotics/Automation* Connected Worker Platforms & WearablesSee More Details on Funder's Website11/2/2022 2:18:05
              Michigan Economic Development Corporation and Michigan State Univeristy Research FoundationMichigan Rise Pre-Seed Fund IIIMichigan startups less than 7 years old with a majority of employees in MichiganMichiganGrant - Government: State$50,000 to $250,000RollingMichigan Rise Pre-Seed Fund III invests in Michigan tech startups to help commercialize innovative technologies. We are proud to partner with Michigan’s best and brightest tech entrepreneurs and further economic development in the Mitten State.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:25
              Missouri Technology CorporationInnovation, Development, and Entrepreneurial Advancement (IDEA) Fund - TechLaunch ProgramMissouri early-stage, technology-focused businessesMissouri Grant - Government: State$100,000.00RollingThrough its IDEA Fund Co-Investment Program, MTC supports Missouri’s early-stage technology startups by making direct investments to develop technologies and create jobs across Missouri. The TechLaunch Program provides up to $100,000 of pre-seed funding for the purpose of technology and business development. The IDEA Fund requires matching private funds.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:35
              Missouri Technology CorporationInnovation, Development, and Entrepreneurial Advancement (IDEA) Fund - Venture Capital ProgramMissouri growth-stage, technology-focused businessesMissouri Grant - Government: State$2,000,000.00RollingThrough its IDEA Fund Co-Investment Program, MTC supports Missouri’s early-stage technology startups by making direct investments to develop technologies and create jobs across Missouri. The Venture Capital Program provides up to $2,000,000 of growth funding for companies that have identified a qualified lead investor. The IDEA Fund requires matching funds.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:36
              Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation Seed FundMinnesota early stage and start-up companies.Minnesota Grant - Government: State$25,000.00RollingThe Seed Fund supports start-up stage businesses that need capital, business expertise, and networking opportunities. This fund helps companies perform research and analysis, patent opinions and filings, and product testing and analysis.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:23
              Health Science and Services Authority of Spokane CountyInnovative Health Care Delivery GrantSpokane County Health Science research companies that have been awarded a "proof of concept" grantSpokane County, WashingtonGrant - Government: Local/Regional$300,000.00RollingHSSA invests in research that advances Spokane as a national leader in health care delivery research. Supports innovative research aimed at analyzing and effectiveness, economic benefit, and/or public health benefit of health delivery research by various research and studies.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:22
              Nebraska Department of Economic DevelopmentNebraska Innovation Fund Prototype GrantsNew product development to businesses with fewer than 500 employees operating in Nebraska.NebraskaGrant - Government: State$150,000.00RollingPrototype grant funds must be used towards the development of a product. Examples of eligible costs include wages for employees or contractors, prototype materials and limited preapproved tooling or equipment costs. Prototype grants are highly competitive. Applicants are encouraged to contact DED prior to applying. Applications for this grant are accepted on a rolling basis until funds are exhausted.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:21
              Nebraska Department of Economic DevelopmentNebraska Small Business Innovation Research / Small Business Tech TransferNebraska small businessesGrant - Government: State$5,000 to $100,0006/30/2024The Nebraska SBIR/STTR Initiative provides funding during two phases of the Federal SBIR/STTR process. In Phase 0, funds are available to assist Nebraska small businesses during the federal application process. In phases 1 and 2, matching grants from the Nebraska Initiative are available for successful federal applications to support research and commercialization.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:20
              Nebraska Department of Economic Development(SBIR/STTR) Grant ProgramResearch and development activities done in conjunction with a Nebraska college or university.NebraskaGrant - Government: State$100,000 to $400,000RollingResearch and development for this grant is primarily driven by the academic component. It should be directed toward the following: Commercialization of new projects - Modification of existing products that lead to substantially improved marketability. Improvement of existing processes that may provide a new source of revenue to Nebraska businesses. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until funds are exhausted. See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:19
              Hawaii Technology Development Corporation (HTDC)Manufacturing Assistance Program (MAP) GrantHawaii companies engaged in manufacturingHawaiiGrant - Government: State$100,000.00TBA Fall 2024HTDC’s Manufacturing Assistance Program Grant (MAP) offers Hawaii-based manufacturers up to a 20% reimbursement (up to $100,000) on qualified expenses to help Hawaii manufacturers become globally competitive. Qualifying expenses include: equipment purchases, training, energy efficiency projects, and manufacturing feasibility studies.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:40
              Office of International Development and International TradeAdvanced Industries Collaborative Infrastructure Grant Colorado-based advanced industries technology businessesesColoradoGrant - Government: State$500,000.00RollingThis grant's goal is to accelerate the commercialization and innovation of advanced industry products and services by building infrastructure for the advanced industries ecosystem. This program aligns private industry and research institutions to create public resources for the development of the advanced industries in Colorado.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:52
              Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and EducationFarmer Grant ProgramFarmersNortheast United StatesGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingNortheast SARE offers grants to farmers to explore new concepts in sustainable agriculture conducted through experiments, surveys, prototypes, on-farm demonstrations or other research and education techniques. Farmer Grant projects address issues that affect farming with long-term sustainability in mind.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-202403-01-2024 12:55:55
              Arlington County, VirginiaHistoric Preservation Fund (HPF)Owner of eligible commercial property in Local Historic Districts (LHDs), (contributing properties to an LHD, properties that hold a recorded historic preservation easement, and properties eligible to become an LHD and/or hold a recorded easement).VirginiaGrant - Government: State$100,000RollingThe Arlington County has launched the Historic Preservation Fund (HPF), a competitive grant program that will support community and individual projects related to Arlington’s history, built environment, and cultural heritage.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-202403-01-2024 12:55:56
              The Texas Travel Industry Recovery Grant programThe Texas Travel Industry Recovery Grant programbusinesses must be operated in Texas and have opened before Jan. 20, 2020.TexasGrant - Government: State$20,000RollingTravel and tourism are critical to both the Texas economy and local economies, supporting 1 in 10 jobs in Texas, Abbott said in a news release. All eligible tourism-related businesses in Texas are strongly encouraged to apply for this grant programSee More Details on Funder's Website03-01-202403-01-2024 12:55:58
              Miami-Dade CountyMom & Pop Small Business FundSmall businesses located within Miami-Dade county commission districtsMiami, FloridaGrant - Government: Local/Regionalvaries based on districtvaries based on districtThe Mom and Pop Small Business Grant Program offers funding opportunities for small owned and operated businesses to purchase equipment, supplies, advertising/marketing, inventory, building liability insurance, security systems and to make minor renovations. Deadlines and funding amounts vary based on commission district. See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:14
              Pitch AtlantaPitch AtlantaAtlanta-based businessesGeorgiaGrant - Government: StateTBA2/28/2024This competition has occurred for several years, however, there is no information listed yet in terms of how to apply, when the 2021 contest is, when 2020 and 2019 contests occured, or any contact info. Despite these unknowns, it is Atlanta based, and perhaps more information will surface when they announce the datesSee More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:13
              Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA)MIOSHA Workplace Improvements to Safety and Health GrantsMichigan-based businesses that fall under MIOSHA jurisdiction with less than 250 employeesMichiganGrant - Government: State$5,000.00RollingThis grant program awards qualifying employers a dollar-for-dollar match, up to $5,000, to purchase safety and health-related equipment and equipment related to training. Qualifying companies must have fewer than 250 employees and come under the jurisdiction of MIOSHA. Grant application window for 2023 will open October 1, 2022. Funds are awarded until expended. Eligible equipment includes eyewash stations, fall protection systems, machine guards, lock-out/tag-out systems, monitoring equipment, equipment for noise, lifting equipment for nursing care facilities.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:12
              Minnesota Employment and Economic DevelopmentThe Minnesota Investment FundMinnesota industrial, manufacturing, and technology-related industries Minnesota Grant - Government: StateVariesRollingAll projects must meet minimum criteria for private investment, number of jobs created or retained, and wages paid. At least 50% of total project costs must be privately financed through owner equity and other lending sources (most applications selected for funding have at least 70% private financing).See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:13:25
              Minnesota Employment and Economic DevelopmentMinnesota Job Creation FundMinnesota businesses engaged in manufacturing, warehousing, distribution, technology-related industries, and other eligible activities. Companies must work with the local government (city, county or township) where a project is located to apply to DEED to receive designation as a Job Creation Fund business.Minnesota Grant - Government: State$1,000 to $3,000RollingCompanies deemed eligible to participate may receive up to $1 million for creating or retaining high-paying jobs and for constructing or renovating facilities or making other property improvements. In some cases, companies may receive awards of up to $2 million.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:13:40
              Launch Minnesota LaunchMN Innovation Grants -Business OperationsEarly stage and start-up companies in MinnesotaMinnesota Grant - Government: State$35,000.00RollingThese grants provide up to $35,000 for business operations, including research and development, direct business expenses and technical assistance. Applications are reviewed every 2 months.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:04
              Launch MinnesotaLaunchMN Innovation Grant - SBIR/STTR Matching GrantMinnesota SBIR applicantsMinnesota Grant - Government: State$35,000 to $50,000RollingThese grants are for first time Phase I and Phase II awardees and will be based on sliding scale of their Federal award (up to $35,000 for Phase I awards and up to $50,000 for Phase II awards). Applications are reviewed every 2 months. Matching Funds are awarded on a first come first served basis.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:03
              Health Science and Services Authority of Spokane CountySBIR/STTR Small Business Research Matching GrantSpokane County small business with documented matching SBIR/STTR Phase 1 or 2 grants, or other foundation grants that are “proof-of-concept”Spokane County, WashingtonGrant - Government: Local/Regional$500,000.00RollingHSSA will invest in innovative research by small businesses to expedite commercialization and spur job growth. Must submit a letter of intent as well as a full copy of the approved grant for which a matching HSSA grant is being requested.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:01
              Montana Bioscience Cluster InitiativeThe 4TH F FundBioscience entrepreneurs in MontanaMontanaGrant - Government: State$250 to $5,000RollingThe objective of the 4th “F” Fund (4FF) is to provide direct assistance to Montana bioscience entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses in need of money for travel to key conferences, small equipment purchases, or temporary staff assistance in relation to proposal development, ect. Funds may be used for: Market research activities (including costs of trips to trade shows, potential customers or suppliers); Product design, prototyping or testing; Patent searches or provisional patent applications; and legal costs.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:55:01
              The Montana Innovation Partnership (MTIP) FAST Microgrants Montana small businesses that are actively preparing SBIR/STTR proposals and that have received fewer than five Phase I awards in the last 10 yearsMontanaGrant - Government: State$2,000.00RollingMTIP will award six FAST Microgrants to eligible SBIR/STTR applicants of up to $2,000 per year. Prospective SBIR/STTR applicants may apply to MTIP to receive Microgrants to attend conferences, travel to speak with agencies or commercialization partners, to acquire consulting services from an approved service provider for assistance with preparation of Phase I or Phase II proposals, to develop supporting project data, and to undertake other activities directly related to their SBIR/STTR proposal.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:54:59
              Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT)Skill Advance Colorado Job Training GrantColorado businesses in key industries that pay at least $16.00 per hour in urban counties; or $13.00/hour in rural counties (or minimum wage, whichever is higher at time of application)ColoradoGrant - Government: State$150,000.00RollingThe Skill Advance Colorado Job Training Grant helps businesses and nonprofits create customized job training for employees in order to develop Colorado's workforce, build worker's transferable skills, improve workers' long term employment potential, and help Colorado businesses remain competitive. The program provides funds for net new hire training and focuses on businesses relocating to or expanding in Colorado, or for incumbent worker training to support established Colorado businesses with adapting to new technology and preventing layoffs. Award is $1,650 per employee and is capped at $150,000.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:54:58
              Nevada Governor's Office of Economic DevelopmentBattle Born VentureBattle Born funds enterprises in the following industries: Aerospace & Defense, Agriculture, Energy, Health Care, IT, Logistics & Operations, Manufacturing, Mining, Tourism & Gaming, and Water.NevadaGrant - Government: State$40,000 to $200,000RollingWe prioritize companies with high-growth products that have a sustainable advantage over competitors, have traction with customers, and have teams with a proven track record in their industry. In short, we are looking for Nevada’s most exceptional companies.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:54:57
              New Hampshire Division of Economic Development WorkInvestNHNew Hampshire companies (or those moving to the state) intending to train employees that are physically in the stateNew HampshireGrant - Government: State$750 to $100,000RollingWorkInvestNH provides a 50/50 cash match grant $750 to $100,000 for customized training of a company’s employees. Eligible training includes on-site, classroom or lab training; basic skills; technical skills; quality improvement; safety; English as a second language, management and supervision, and other training to help employees improve skills. Apply at least 60 days before planned training.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:54:56
              Los Alamos National LaboratoryNew Mexico Small Business Assistance (NMSBA) Program For-profit business located in New Mexico that meets the SBA definition of a small business and pays/files gross receipts taxes to the State of New MexicoNew MexicoGrant - Government: State$20,000 to $40,000RollingThe New Mexico Small Business Assistance (NMSBA) Program provides New Mexico small businesses facing technical challenges access to the unique expertise and capabilities of Los Alamos and Sandia national laboratories. At no cost to the business, small businesses can seek assistance from lab scientists and engineers to solve challenges and overcome barriers to company success. *Liquid funds are not provided. The amounts provided are in researcher hours.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:54:55
              Innovation to Enterprise Concept FundScalable startup Oklahoma companies to prove new products and processes. Oklahoma Grant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Technology Business Finance Program, or Concept Fund, provides pre-seed financing and early stage risk capital to advance scalable startup Oklahoma companies to prove new products and processes. Funded through the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST), these investment funds are provided in incremental stages based on predetermined milestones and can be used for proof-of-concept, market validation, business planning, critical equipment purchase, human resource acquisition, and other business needs that lead to successful commercialization.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:54:52
              Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce DevelopmentIncumbent Worker TrainingTennessee employers with at least 5 full-time employeesTennesseeGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingIncumbent Worker Training Program (IWT) grants may reimburse some or all of the following training expenses that lead to skills upgrades or training improvement processes: Instructors'/trainers' salaries (capped at actual amount or $50/hour if company trainers are used; Curriculum development; Textbooks and manuals; Materials and supplies; Tuition expenses (if provided by an institution regulated by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission).See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:54:35
              Louisiana Workforce CommissionIncumbent Worker Training Program (IWTP) - Small Business Employee Training (SBET)Louisiana businesses operating within the state for at least 3 years and with 50 or fewer employeesLouisianaGrant - Government: State$3,000 per employeeRollingSBET is designed to benefit business and industry by assisting in the skill development of existing employees through individual, standardized (off-the-shelf) training. Employers are reimbursed for tuition and required textbooks and manuals once the training has been completed. Training costs cannot exceed $3,000 per trainee per state fiscal year (July 1-June 30). Training may consist of: Credit or non-credit courses at a educational institution; Training from a manufacturer or its representative; training from a manufacturer or representative to upgrade computer skills; or Training from a national, regional, or state trade association [organizations recognized as tax-exempt under IRC 501(c) (6)] that offers an independently certified training curricula and testing.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:54:33
              Wisconsin Department of Workforce DevelopmentOJT ProgramWisconsin EmployersWisconsinGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingAn OJT provides 50 percent reimbursement of wages to an employer who pays a permanently hired DVR consumer. The reimbursement is intended to assist the employer with costs of training the DVR consumer on skills necessary to work for the employer long-term.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 12:54:29
              Mississippi Department of Employment SecurityOn-the-Job-Training GrantMississippi employers with full-time employeesMississippiGrant - Government: State50% of employee's wagesRollingThe Mississippi Dept. of Employment Security will reimburse 50% of each employee's wages for training and upskilling. employees may be new or existing but must either 1) require training for new job or 2) need to advance skills, learn new technologies, new service procedures or knowledge. See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 3:36:08
              MassVenturesVenture Capital InvestmentMassachusetts based companiesMassachusetts Grant - Government: StateVariesRollingSeed investment and support for Massachusetts based deep tech startupsSee More Details on Funder's Website2/4/2023 2:39:01
              CA.govClean Hydrogen ProgramCalifornia based clean hydrogen businessesCaliforniaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) allocated $8 billion dollars for the development of at least four regional clean hydrogen hubs as part of the Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs Program. California has formally announced its intent to seek one of these hydrogen hubs. California is establishing a public-private hydrogen hub consortium to apply for federal hubs opportunity, as well as to accelerate the adoption and production of clean hydrogen technology in the state. This partnership will include key regional leaders, academic institutions, private sector stakeholders, and more.See More Details on Funder's Website02-14-2023 12:56:21
              The Penn State Berks Flemming Creativity, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CEED) CenterStudent Enterprise AwardPenn State juniors or seniors PennsylvaniaGrant - Government: State$500 to $3,0001/22/2024The purpose of the Student Enterprise Award is to provide seed money to support enterprising and innovative students at Penn State Berks to help them become entrepreneurs, start businesses, and create jobs. Tema must be led by a Business, Accounting, Hospitality, Cybersecurity, Electromechanical Engineering Technology, information Sciences and Technology, Mechanical Engineering, and Security and Risk Analysis major. Teams will present business plan and prototype to the selection committee in January.See More Details on Funder's Website3/9/2023 2:04:21
              Wisconsin Center for Technology CommercializationSBIR Advance Match for Phase ICurrently conducting an SBIR grant. Have completed a Phase 1 grant in the last 12 months and is still eligible for phase 2. Phase 1 applicants must identify a team of 3 active participants. WisconsinGrant - Government: State$37,500.00RollingPhase I award match: Matches 50% up to $75K of Phase I SBIR or STTR awards. Grants paid upon completion of milestones including: 1) Lean Startup training and customer development; 2) Completed draft commercialization plan; and 3) Successful submission of Phase II SBIR/STTR proposal and any final deliverables required by CTC.See More Details on Funder's Website3/9/2023 2:29:46
              Wisconsin Center for Technology CommercializationSBIR Advance Match for Phase IIWisconsin based small businesses and are eligible for and intend to proceed to Phase 2, and are currently conducting a Phase 1 SBIR project, or have completed a Phase 1 project within the past 12 months, and are still eligible to submit a Phase 2 proposal.WisconsinGrant - Government: State$200,000.00RollingPhase II award match: Matches up to $100K per year for up to 2 years of Phase II SBIR/STTR award. Grants paid upon completion of milestones mostly described by the company and approved by the selection committee. CTC may include limited programming in support of Phase II – Phase III discovery. Companies must apply each year for a $100K Phase II Match Grant. Eligible companies can apply for a second year Match Grant after they have completed the first year match milestones. Companies with less than 1 year left on a Phase II award can apply for only one year ($100K) of Match Grant.See More Details on Funder's Website3/9/2023 2:30:04
              NC IdeaMicroNorth Carolina-based entrepreneurs who are testing a big, new business ideaNorth CarolinaGrant - Government: State$10,000.00RollingThrough small, project-based grants, NC IDEA MICRO awards in funding to young companies looking to validate and advance their idea. We have found that funding, paired with mentorship and guidance, early in a company’s lifecycle, can make a significant impact on future success.See More Details on Funder's Website3/9/2023 2:39:45
              North Carolina Department of Environmental QualityRecycling Business Development GrantNorth Carolina recycling businessesNorth CarolinaGrant - Government: State$60,000.0011/17/2023This program seeks viable, well-planned and effective proposals from recycling businesses in North Carolina wanting to start up or expand recovery efforts. Projects involving the collection, processing or end use of materials in the solid waste stream are eligible for funding. Grant money may be used to fund sustainable investments in equipment and buildings necessary for increasing the capacity of a recycling business to divert more materials from disposal and into economic use.See More Details on Funder's Website3/9/2023 2:49:42
              Indiana Small Business Development CenterIndiana Technical Assistance Program (INTAP)Business with a physical presence in Indiana, Must be or become an Indiana SBDC client,Strongly suggested to provide at least 50% matching funds of requested INTAP fundsIndianaGrant - Government: State$15,000.002/19/2024INTAP is an annual program that helps small Indiana businesses complete growth and improvement projects by providing up to $15,000 in services from a qualified professional and technical vendor. This helps businesses secure the necessary skill set, qualifications, or technical expertise needed to execute a project. Past INTAP projects include product prototyping, inventory control systems, app or technology development, intellectual property legal assistance, and grant writing assistance for the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) programs. See More Details on Funder's Website3/9/2023 3:07:23
              Nebraska Department of Economic DevelopmentNebraska Small Business Innovation Research / Small Business Tech Transfer (SBIR/STTR) Grant ProgramNebraska businesses pursuing SBIR/STTRNebraskaGrant - Government: State$5,000 to $100,000RollingThe Nebraska SBIR/STTR Initiative provides funding during two phases of the Federal SBIR/STTR process. Phase 0 grants can reimburse for up to $5,000 per project for costs incurred in preparing a federal Phase 1 proposal. Phase 1 and 2 grants will match federal SBIR/STTR awards up to $100,000 or 65% of the federal grant, whichever is less. Applications are accepted on a fiscal year basis from July 1st through June 30th or until funds are exhausted.See More Details on Funder's Website3/9/2023 3:30:32
              New Jersey Department of StateNew Jersey State Trade Expansion ProgramDomestic New Jersey eligible small businesses that are new to export, as well as those businesses who currently sell their goods and services to other countries.New JerseyGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingEligible businesses for the New Jersey State Trade Expansion Program will be considered to receive financial awards to partially offset export promotion costs such as the following: Website and e-commerce fees to attract international buyers, Design of international marketing media, Participation in international trade missions, Participation in international and U.S. trade events, Participation in Department of Commerce organized trade missions, Fees for services provided by the U.S. Commercial Service (USCS)See More Details on Funder's Website3/9/2023 3:31:13
              Government of the District of ColumbiaVitality Fundemployers with 25 or more employeesWashington DCGrant - Government: StatevariesRollingThe Vitality Fund is a new tool that will enhance DC’s competitiveness in attracting new, high-growth companies to the District by providing grants to employers with 25 or more employees that commit to locating in the District of Columbia, with a preference in the Vitality Fund Target Area, and commit to hiring and contracting locally.See More Details on Funder's Website3/9/2023 3:50:55
              Texas Department of Agriculture State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) grantsFor-profit business operating for at least one year with a product/service manufactured, produced, processed, or value-added in Texas and new to exportingTexasGrant - Government: State$10,000.002/9/2024The program’s objectives are to increase the number of small businesses that are exporting, and to increase the value of exports for those small businesses that are currently exporting. The STEP program will take the necessary steps to create or expand their export capacity and provide financial assistance along the way to help them achieve success. Eligible expenses include shipping, international trade shows, travel, interpreter fees, website and eCommerce expenses, compliance testing, outbound trade missions, export research tools, market analysis, and export consultancy services.See More Details on Funder's Website3/9/2023 4:13:54
              West Virginia Economic DevelopmentWest Virginia STEPSmall businesses looking to enter or expand in the global marketplace through the U.S. Small Business Administration’s State Trade Expansion Program (STEP)West VirginiaGrant - Government: State$15,000.009/29/2024Since 2015, The West Virginia Department of Economic Development has been awarded nearly one million dollars in STEP funding which has been distributed to over 75 West Virginia Small Businesses to offset the cost of export promotion activities such as participation in foreign trade missions and trade shows, market sales trips, subscriptions to services provided by the U.S. Department of Commerce, translation of materials into foreign languages, design of international marketing materials and online marketing targeting more than 65 different countries around the world resulting in almost $35 million dollars in new export sales reported to date.See More Details on Funder's Website3/9/2023 4:15:56
              Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA)Domestic Trade Assistance Program (DTAP)Iowa small businesses seeking to export product/services and attending an International trade show in the U.S.IowaGrant - Government: State$4,000.00RollingThis program helps with the costs associated with exhibition at an International trade show in the U.S,, including: Booth space and furnishings rental; shipping to and from event; booth construction and utilities; and per diem for one representative.See More Details on Funder's Website02-27-20242/27/2024 3:33:03
              Kansas Department of CommerceKansas Innovation & Technology Enterprise (KITE) Proof of Concept ProgramKansas-based, for-profit entity with a unique, innovative and scalable technology and that has not received in excess of $750,000 in total capital from other sourcesKansasGrant - Government: State$5,000 to $25,000RollingThe KITE Proof of Concept (POC) is designed to fill a need for support where typical funding mechanisms are not available, acting as a bridge between federal funding for basic research and commercial seed funding by angel or venture investors.The POC program will aim to assist: The establishment of promising new technology-based entrepreneurial ventures within the State, and the commercialization of inventions resulting from research conducted at Kansas public universities. Funds may be used for: Technical Validation; Advanced Testing; Prototype development; Commercial Assessment; and other technology-focused activities.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 6:45:37
              Go TopekaSmall Business Incentive ProgramSmall businesses in City of Topeka or Shawnee County, Kansas with fewer than 100 employeesTopeka and Shawnee County, KansasGrant - Government: Local/Regional$1,000 to $15,00012/6/2024The objective of the Small Business Incentive Program is to function as one of GO Topeka’s tools for creating sustainable, inclusive economic impact that increases prosperity, quality of jobs and quality of life for residents of Topeka and Shawnee County. Grant amounts vary based on type of project and company size. Project types include: Marketing, Global Marketing, Construction and Renovation, Architecture and Design, Equipment, and Commercialization Consulting. Applications are accepted each August 15th and November 12th.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 6:47:04
              Virginia Innovation Partnership Corp. (VIPC)Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund - SBIR/STTR Matching Funds ProgramVirginia based small business in one of the approved technology industries who has been awarded an SBIR/STTR federal grant in the form of a Phase I or Phase II award.VirginiaGrant - Government: State$50,000.00RollingThe CRCF administers Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Matching Funds Program awards to Virginia based small businesses who have received SBIR/STTR Phase I or Phase II federal awards. This Matching Fund award is intended to be used for further commercialization activities in addition to those proposed in the project. This can include market research and technology validation. Applications available in early June.See More Details on Funder's Website01-22-20241/22/2024 11:42:10
              New Mexico Economic Development DepartmentNew Mexico Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) GrantNew Mexico-based companies with SBIR awardsNew MexicoGrant - Government: State$5,000 to $100,00111/14/2023The New Mexico SBIR Grant provides recipients additional resources to commercialize the technology developed with federal SBIR funding. This program leverages the fact that SBIR recipients have technologies vetted by national experts and provide funding that covers proof- of concept and R&D funding. State level matching programs nationwide are found to lead to follow-on funding, stimulate business growth and expansion, generate wealth, increase tax revenue and commercial viability of the receiving firms.See More Details on Funder's Website3/9/2023 9:12:16
              The Beacon State FundThe Women-Owned Small Business Pitch CompetitionYour business is at least 51% owned, controlled, operated, and managed by a woman or women. Your business made $1,000,000 or less in revenue in 2020. Your business employed 15 or less in 2020. Your business must be registered in the State of Texas, and must have operated for more than 12 months.North Region, TexasGrant - Government: State$7,500RollingThe Beacon State Fund*, in partnership with the Governor's Commission for Women, is hosting a pitch competition and will select an awardee for each region of Texas. The women-owned small business pitch competition is made possible by Sempra Energy’s support of the Beacon State Fund.See More Details on Funder's Website3/9/2023 9:52:54
              Rhode Island Science and TechnologySBIR/STTR Phase I Matching GrantsRhode Island based small businesses applying for SBIR/STTRRhode IslandGrant - Government: State$45,000.0012/12/2023Eligible Rhode Island companies that have received an SBIR/STTR Phase I award contract by July 6, 2020 and are still actively in Phase I are invited to apply. Applications should be submitted through the online submission tool below. You must have a STAC Profile to submit grant applications through the online submission tool. If the amount of the funding requested exceeds the amount of funding available a lottery will be conducted.See More Details on Funder's Website3/9/2023 11:38:49
              North Carolina Department of CommerceSBIR/STTR Phase I Incentive Funds Program (Phase 0)North Carolina small business submitting SBIR/STTR Phase I proposalsNorth CarolinaGrant - Government: State$12,000Within 45 days of SBIR/STTR proposal submittalThe SBIR/STTR Phase I Incentive Funds Program provides reimbursement to qualified NC businesses for a portion of the costs incurred in preparing and submitting Phase I SBIR/STTR proposals to federal agencies. The goal of the Incentive Program is to increase the number, quality, company and technology diversity, and geographic breadth of NC applications for Federal SBIR and STTR Phase I awards.Qualified applicants will be reimbursed for a percentage of the costs of preparing and submitting a SBIR/STTR Phase I proposal, up to a maximum of twelve thousand dollars ($12,000). See More Details on Funder's Website02-01-202402-01-2024 1:27:14
              Wisconsin Fast Forward Industry Sectors Worker Training GrantsWisconsin-based businessesWisconsinGrant - Government: State$5,000 to $40,0001/20/2024OSD works to encourage the development of innovative solutions at the local and regional level that bring together employers, educators, workforce development entities, and economic development organizations to meet area workforce needs and increase the economic capacity of its residents.See More Details on Funder's Website03-13-2023 1:07:26
              NC IDEASEED GrantsNorth Carolina early stage innovative companies with proof of concept and proprietary intellectual property or other means of sustained competitive advantage that are solving large problemsNorth CarolinaGrant - Government: State$50,000.002/27/2024NC IDEA SEED offers early stage companies the critical funding they need to scale faster. Our $50K grants are awarded to innovative startups with a proven concept — even if they are not yet profitable. The funds, along with mentorship and guidance, push companies forward and reduce risk associated with growing startups. May apply for MICRO or SEED, but not both.See More Details on Funder's Website02-01-20242/1/2024 1:35:28
              The New Jersey Economic Development AuthorityJoint Venture GrantBusinesses with a conditional or annual license from the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC) that have obtained site control over their real estate and municipal approval. Additionally, businesses must have been formed after March 9, 2020, and employ 50 or fewer employees.New JerseyGrant - Government: State$250,0004/21/24The New Jersey Economic Development Authority says it will begin accepting applications April 20 – a significant day in cannabis culture – for the first phase of a new grant program that aims to help aspiring entrepreneurs establish themselves in the state’s legalized cannabis marketplace.See More Details on Funder's Website04-27-2023 12:29:17
              New Jersey Economic Development AuthoritySmall Business Improvement GrantNew Jersey small business that rents or owns and operates from the property/facility and pays wages that are the greater of $15/hour or 120% of the minimum wage rateNew JerseyGrant - Government: State$5,000 to $50,000RollingThe Small Business Improvement Grant provides reimbursement for 50% of the costs associated with making building improvements or purchasing new furniture, fixtures and equipment. Eligible projects include interior or exterior building improvements, or purchase and/or installation of furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FFE).See More Details on Funder's Website01-17-202401-17-2024 5:34:19
              Pennsylvania Department of Environmental ProtectionSmall Business Advantage GrantPennsylvania-based small businesses with 100 or fewer full-time employees are eligible. PennsylvaniaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$5,000 to $8,000TBA March 2024The Small Business Advantage Grant provides reimbursement grants ranging from 50% to 80% of eligible project costs to Pennsylvania small businesses to improve energy efficiency or reduce pollution or waste by: upgrading or replacing equipment or supplies; improving processes; or reducing runoff into affected waterways. Maximum grant award amounts will vary from up to $5,000 to up to $8,000, based on the environmental impact of the project and whether the project location is in an Environmental Justice Area in Pennsylvania.See More Details on Funder's Website5/5/2023 1:11:11
              Empire State Development Corporation (ESDC) Global NY Fund Grant ProgramLocated in New York State with 500 or fewer employees, an intention to begin exporting or expand export sales in foreign markets in which 51% of the value of finished product or service originates in New York or is certified as a local producer through a regional chamber of commerce or economic development agency (e.g., Made in NY; Made in Brooklyn).New YorkGrant - Government: State$25,000.00RollingThe $35 million Global NY Fund provides grants and loans to help New York State’s small and medium-sized businesses go global and create new jobs. The Global NY Fund Grant Program is open to New York State companies and non-profit organizations seeking to create or expand direct exports. All export grants are awarded on a reimbursable basis. See More Details on Funder's Website5/8/2023 9:23:12
              Wyoming Business CouncilSBIR Matching Program Phase IIWyoming small businesses that has received an SBIR/STTR Phase II award and commits to staying in the state for 3 years following awardWyomingGrant - Government: State$200,000.00Rolling This program is designed to match funds for Wyoming companies who have been awarded Phase II federal funds through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. Applicants must commit to remaining in Wyoming and yearly reporting for three years after the commercialization of their technology and seek additional funding. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.See More Details on Funder's Website01-31-20241/31/2024 12:53:17
              City of Cleveland Economic DevelopmentJob Creation Incentive ProgramNew, for-profit entities moving to, and or expanding in, Cleveland who create at least five new full time W-2 jobs in the City.OhioGrant - Government: Stateup to 0.5% of new payrollRolling The Job Creation Incentive Program (JCIP) is utilized to attract or retain businesses in the City of Cleveland. The program provides a valuable tool for attracting growing and expanding companies to Cleveland. The grant amount paid is based on actual new payroll and income tax generated to the City of Cleveland, which is verified annually.See More Details on Funder's Website5/11/2023 1:45:48
              City of Cleveland Economic DevelopmentCleveland Tech Delta ProgramFor-profit entities moving to/expanding in Cleveland that are creating at least five (5) new, full-time jobs in the City.OhioGrant - Government: State$5 a square foot, up to $50,000Rolling The Tech Delta Program is designed to supply financial assistance to tech and medical companies relocating or expanding within the City of Cleveland. These companies experience much higher build-out costs or rental rates due to specific technological needs for their operations. The Department of Economic Development will offer grants on a square footage basis ($5/SF) up to $50,000. This grant would financially support upgrades, and in turn, make it financially feasible to expand operations or to lower rents. Therefore, companies with expenses associated with tech and lab buildout beyond standard “white-box” space are ideal candidates for the program.See More Details on Funder's Website5/11/2023 1:47:01
              The City of AkronGreat Streets AkronEligible projects include signage, outdoor lighting, facade renovation, security cameras, and parking lot paving.OhioGrant - Government: State$30,000.00Rolling The city of Akron offers matching grants for exterior or site improvements. Eligible projects include signage, outdoor lighting, facade renovation, security cameras, and parking lot paving. The city will review proposed improvements on a case-by-case basis to ensure they meet compliance and zoning standards. Grants may cover up to $30,000, and they require matching private funds.See More Details on Funder's Website5/11/2023 1:58:22
              City of ToledoToledo Emergency Microenterprise Recovery GrantFor-profit businesses located in the City of Toledo, has an active registration with the City of Toledo, Division of Taxation, applicant is 51%+ majority owner of the business, business has been in operation since January 1, 2020, business has five or fewer full-time employees or their equivalent as of February 15, 2020, owns a business located in a low-to-moderate income census tract in Toledo; OR business owner’s household income does not exceed 80% of HUD area median incomeOhioGrant - Government: StateVariesRolling EMRG is a grant program designed to assist for-profit microenterprises to maintain or restart operations and retain jobs by providing up to $5,000 for eligible operating expenses incurred between March 1, 2020 and June 30, 2020.See More Details on Funder's Website5/11/2023 2:00:11
              Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic DevelopmentHigh Performance Building Program (HPB)Activities to assist with the construction or renovation associated with a high performance building.PennsylvaniaGrant - Government: State$2,000,000RollingThe High Performance Building Program (HPB) provides financial assistance in the forms of grants and loan funds to underwrite the cost premiums associated with the design and construction or major renovation of high performance buildings in the state. The program is administered jointly by the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) and the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) under the direction of CFA.See More Details on Funder's Website05-30-2023 3:24:24
              Connecticut Center for Advanced TechnologyConnecticut Manufacturing Voucher Program (MVP)Connecticut-based manufacturing businesses; Must have a manufacturing facility in Connecticut or relocating operations to CT; in business at least 3 years and generating revenue; between 3-100 FT employeesConnecticutGrant - Government: State$100,000RollingEligible companies can apply for a grant up to $100,000 to conduct a new project. First-time applicants are required to provide a cash match of 2:1 and repeat applicants 3:1. That means, First time applicants provide 67% of the total proposed project cost and repeat applicants provide 75% of the proposed project cost. Eligible uses of funds include: New machinery acquisition; Technical experts to solve engineering, marketing and other challenges; Market analysis; Business development; Financial transition and market growth planning; Testing or research to support proof of principle; Prototype development; Process Improvements; Commercialization and innovation services; Specialized Equipment for automation; Tooling development and manufacture; Quality System Upgrades.See More Details on Funder's Website02-19-202402-19-2024 6:36:39
              BIoConnect IowaSBIR/STTR Outreach Program - Matching Financial AssistanceIowa small business with an innovative business idea; actively seeking Phase I and Phase II SBIR/STTR grant awardsIowaGrant - Government: State$75,000.00RollingThe Iowa Innovation Corporation SBIR/STTR Matching Grant Program provides $50,000 to businesses that receive a Phase I award. The program also provides an additional $25,000 to those Phase I award winners that progress to submission of a Phase II application, irrespective of whether they’re awarded a Phase II grant. Total financial assistance is limited to $75,000 per applicant across all components of the SBIR/ STTR Outreach program.See More Details on Funder's Website02-27-20242/27/2024 5:55:04
              BioConnect IowaSBIR/STTR Outreach Program - Third Party Proposal AssistanceIowa small business applying for SBIR/STTR Phase I or Phase IIIowaGrant - Government: State$14,000.00RollingBioConnect Iowa pays 100% of the cost of one-on-one professional proposal assistance for qualifying SBIR/STTR Phase I and Phase II applications. This can represent a potential cost saving of between $2,000 – $14,000 for your business.See More Details on Funder's Website02-27-20242/27/2024 5:55:10
              Arkansas Economic Development CommissionEstablished Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR)Arkansas-based companies in the research and development sectorArkansasGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Division of Science and Technology at the Arkansas Economic Development Commission is the driving force behind the commercialization of job-creating research. The primary objective of the division includes the development of the infrastructure to support the groundbreaking research conducted in Arkansas, which in turn leads the way to the successful launch of vibrant entrepreneurial and innovation companiesSee More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 3:10:21
              Louisiana Division of AdministrationCommunity Water Enrichment Fund (CWEF)Louisiana Based BusinessLouisianaGrant - Government: StateVariesRolling$4 million has been made available for the continuation of the Community Water Enrichment Fund (CWEF) for fiscal year 2020-2021. CWEF was established in the 2008 Louisiana regular legislative session by way of HB 926 (Act 513). Its intent is to provide a source of funding to aid units of local government solely for the purpose of rehabilitation, improvement, and construction projects for community water systems to provide safe and clean drinking water.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:00:15
              TedcoBuilder FundMaryland-based startups with at least one full-time employee and more than 50% of founders demonstrate economic disadvantageMarylandGrant - Government: State$200,000RollingThe Pre-seed Builder Fund (or Builder Fund) was created to financially and operationally support the development of start-up companies within Maryland.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 11:58:08
              New York City Economic Development Corporation and Council of Fashion Designers of America Foundation (CFDA)Fashion Manufacturing InitiativeFashion industry businesses in New York CityNew YorkGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Fashion Manufacturing Initiative (FMI) supports local fashion manufacturing and promotes inclusive economic growth throughout New York City’s fashion industry. Grants include partially-matching grants to NYC-based contract manufacturing facilities committed to improving their services through innovation and technology and building stronger relationships between designers and manufacturers and create more consistent production for NYC manufacturers.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:00:27
              Downtown Development Board (DDB) and Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA)Retail Stimulus ProgramOrlando-based retail or consumer service businessFloridaGrant - Government: State$100,000RollingApplicants are also able to receive a one-time award for achieving a high-quality interior buildout and/or cover rent expenses.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:00:31
              The New Jersey Commission on Science, Innovation and Technology (CSIT)Clean Tech Seed Grant ProgramNew Jersey based clean tech companiesNew JerseyGrant - Government: State$75,000RollingThe program, which is funded by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU), is designed to help accelerate development and innovation of clean technologies by furthering research and development (R&D) within New Jersey’s startup economy. The Clean Tech Seed Grant Program was created in partnership with the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA).See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:00:35
              The New Jersey Commission on Science, Innovation and Technology (CSIT)SBIR/STTR Direct Financial Assistance Program New Jersey-based companiesGrant - Government: State$25,000 to $50,000RollingCSIT has been established to exercise oversight for the responsibility of implementing, evaluating, and formulating long-range plans and programs for science, innovation, and technology in New Jersey.See More Details on Funder's Website02-05-20242/5/2024 3:34:09
              Montana Department of CommerceMontana SBIR/STTR Matching Funds ProgramMontana-based companies that have received a Phase I or Phase II SBIR/STTRMontanaGrant - Government: State$30,000RollingThe SBIR/STTR Matching Funds Program assists technology-based Montana companies by providing additional funding that can be used for technology development or other uses during the time that the company is working on a Small Business Innovation Research or Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) project with a federal agency. This additional funding increases the likelihood that technology-based Montana companies will be able to develop products and services that can be successfully marketed.See More Details on Funder's Website01-16-20241/16/2024 1:15:31
              South Carolina Research AuthorityPDF GrantSouth Carolina-based companies applying for SBIRSouth CarolinaGrant - Government: State$25,000RollingTo assist a startup in achieving critical milestones to commercialization that will allow them to pursue investment capital (follow-on funding*). The company must be eligible to become an SC Launch Client Company. The limit is $25,000 per company during its lifetime.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:00:52
              Mississippi Federal and State Partnership ProgramMS-FAST Phase 0 ProgramMississippi-based SBIR/STTR applicantsMississippiGrant - Government: State$2,000RollingThe MS-FAST Ph 0 provides financial assistance (up to $3,000) to qualifying Mississippi small businesses to help offset the cost of developing a Phase 1 or Phase 2 SBIR/STTR proposal for submission to a federal agency's solicitationSee More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 3:36:44
              Business OregonApplication Support Grants Phase 0 or 00Oregon-based companies applying for SBIROregonGrant - Government: State$5,000RollingBecause the SBIR/STTR programs are very competitive, Business Oregon also provides application support grants to help businesses prepare better applications to give companies a better chance to receive federal funding. These grants are called Phase 0 and 00 grants. Phase 0 grants go to businesses that are pursuing federal Phase I SBIR/STTR grant funds, while Phase 00 grants help businesses pursuing federal Phase II or Fast-Track grants. Phase 0 or 00 grants can be for up to $5,000. Business Oregon has provided approximately $280,000 of these grants to companies that have then won approximately $10M in federal grant awards.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:01:19
              Business OregonCommercialization Gap FundBe an Oregon-based startup; Be in a target industry that aligns with the High Impact Opportunity Program or Signature Research Centers; and Be in early stage prior to commercialization. Grant - Government: StateVaries10/4/2024The Commercialization Gap Fund supports companies as they further develop their product to be ready to go to market, providing investment for the “commercialization gap” between initial startup and when private investment is available. Business Oregon intends the investments to unlock additional private seed investors for the company.See More Details on Funder's Website01-03-20241/3/2024 3:49:24
              Massachusetts Clean Energy CenterAmplify MassAcademic or small business projects pursuing cost share or adders for a federal/non-federal prime award (such as awards from ARPA-E, NSF, DOE, and USABC) in the clean energy sector. Must have a significant MA presence Massachusetts Grant - Government: State$5,000 to $300,000. RollingAmplifyMass provides funding of up to $300,000 for academic or company projects pursuing cost share or adders for a federal/non-federal prime award (such as awards from ARPA-E, NSF, DOE, and USABC), as well as funding of up to $100,000 for academic projects that are not tied directly to a prime grant. In these cases, projects must aim to commercialize or substantially de-risk an innovation that falls within MassCEC’s mission of accelerating the growth of the clean energy sector across the Commonwealth to spur job creation, deliver statewide environmental benefits and to secure long-term economic growth for the people of Massachusetts.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:01:30
              Massachusetts Clean Energy CenterEMBODIED CARBON REDUCTION CHALLENGEAny company or person on the Design or Construction team may submit a project, subject to the project Owner's approval. Project Owners may also submit projects. Projects must be based in Massachusetts Massachusetts Grant - Government: State$50,0003/31/2024Unlike operational carbon emissions, which can be reduced over time with building energy efficiency renovations and renewable energy, embodied carbon emissions from building materials have irreversibly entered the atmosphere as soon as a building is built. That means the upfront building material choices are critically impactful. And as new construction operations become more efficient, embodied carbon impacts become even more significant. On current trajectories, Architecture 2030 estimates embodied carbon will be responsible for almost half of total new construction emissions between 2020 and 2050.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:01:38
              Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority (BFTDA)Ben Franklin Technology Partners Challenge GrantEntrepreneurs, startups and companies dealing with the development of new technologies and for the generation, conservation, and transportation of alternative and clean energyPennsylvania Grant - Government: StateVaries-The Partner shall use its best efforts to achieve a 1:1 match from private sector sources RollingProvides funds to businesses through the four Ben Franklin Technology Partners for access to capital, business expertise, technology commercialization services to advance the development of new technologies and for the generation, conservation, and transportation of alternative and clean energy.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:01:42
              Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development - Launch TennesseeCommercialization MicrograntsTennessee-based early-stage companies that are developing technology with a plan for advancing it into the marketplace.Tennessee Grant - Government: State$4,000 to $6,000Within 30 days of grant application deadlineCommercialization Micro Grants may be used for: Grant-writing assistance in preparing an SBIR/STTR Phase I, Phase II or Fast-Track proposal, or for a commercialization-oriented research grant outside of the SBIR/STTR program; or engaging technical expertise that will clearly help advance the early-stage companies’ commercialization plans. SBIR/STTR applicants must certify participation in a LaunchTN-approved in-person or webinar training program within the 12 months prior to the time of application. See More Details on Funder's Website01-22-20241/22/2024 10:47:35
              Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development (TNECD)FastTrack Job Training Assistance ProgramTennessee-based small business workforce developmentTennessee Grant - Government: Statevaries based on projectRollingThis grant is provided directly to new or expanding companies that provides funding to support the training of net new full-time employees. Funding levels are based on the number of net new full-time positions created, amount of capital invested, wages of new employees and the types of skill and knowledge levels required. For a complete list of eligibility requirements and to receive more information, please contact TNECD.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:02:00
              Center for Innovative Technology (CIT)SBIR/STTR Assistance Micro-grantThose starting or expanding a Wisconsin business with a focus on technology development, innovation and/or integration research and development that fits SBIR/STTR funding initiatives across any of the participating agencies. WisconsinGrant - Government: State$4,500.00RollingSBIR Assistance micro-grants are aimed at technology and research-based Wisconsin businesses who intend to apply for SBIR/STTR federal funds. The grants cover reimbursement of costs up to $4500.00, incurred by a business in hiring an independent, approved third-party to assist in the development of federal Phase 1 SBIR/STTR research and development proposal.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:02:13
              State of Washington - Department of CommerceExport Voucher ProgramWA-based companies exporting or seeking to export goods or servicesWashingtonGrant - Government: State$10,000.00RollingExport Vouchers, funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration’s State Trade Expansion Program (STEP), reimburses eligible export expenses up to $10,000, for WA companies exporting or seeking to export goods and services. Eligible expenses include: Design of international marketing, digital advertising; Website design, maintenance and international payment handling; Online market listing fees; E-commerce platform fees; International shipment of product samples; Compliance testing of an existing product for entry into an export market ; Cost associated with international IP protection; International business travel; International trade show or trade mission fees; International conference or symposium fees; Foreign market sales trips; and Translation of marketing media, including audio/video. Applications due 30 days from last event/expense date or 9/30, whichever comes first. Preference to women-owned, minority-owned, and disadvantaged businesses.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:02:23
              Economic Development Partnership of North CarolinaWorkforce DevelopmentNC small businesses creating jobsNorth CarolinaGrant - Government: StateVaries by countyRollingAmong the most significant questions a company new to North Carolina or expanding in the state must address is how to attract and retain a qualified workforce. No state has greater long-term experience with successful workforce solutions than North Carolina. Its world-class educational system of colleges and universities ensures a robust pipeline of candidates in fields ranging from finance to nanotechnology. Its award-winning community college system provides state-of-the-art training customized to meet an employer’s specific needs. North Carolina’s workforce development system—one of the most comprehensive in the nation—brings employer and employees together by managing recruiting, screening and other necessary pre-employment assessments.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:02:27
              North Carolina Department of CommerceCustomized TrainingNorth Carolina EmployersNorth CarolinaGrant - Government: StateNo cost trainingRollingThe Customized Training Program provides education, training and support services for new, expanding and existing business and industry in North Carolina through our network of 58 community colleges, serving all 100 counties of the state. Training experts work closely in partnership with employers to tailor programs to meet specific needs. The goal of Customized Training.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:02:32
              The Golden LEAF FoundationEconomic Catalyst GrantNorth Carolina EmployersNorth CarolinaGrant - Foundation: Local/Regional FocusVariesRolling Golden LEAF supports projects that help close the skills gap and increase the pool of highly-qualified people in a North Carolina community, both now and in the future. The foundation funds projects that demonstrate a market demand for skilled workers and aim at developing skill sets required by businesses looking to locate or expand in a North Carolina rural community.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:02:39
              Economic Development Partnership of North CarolinaJob Development Investment Grant Discretionary GrantsNC small businesses creating jobsNorth CarolinaGrant - Government: StateVaries by countyRollingThe amount of a JDIG award is calculated by weighing a number of factors to determine its potential value, including the location of the project, the county tier designation, the number of net new jobs, the wages of the jobs compared to the county average wage, the level of investment and whether the industry is one of the state’s targeted industry sectors. Grant funds are disbursed annually, for up to 12 years, to approved companies following the satisfaction of performance criteria set out in grant agreements.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:02:45
              Iowa Workforce DevelopmentCommunity College Consortium 260F Training ProgramIowa employer engaged in interstate or intrastate commerce for the purpose of manufacturing, processing, assembling products, warehousing, wholesaling, or conducting research and development. Service-providing businesses must have customers outside of Iowa. Within the 36-month period prior to the date of application, a business cannot have closed or reduced its employment base by more than 20% at any of its other business sites in Iowa in order to relocate substantially the same operation to another area of the state.IowaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Community College Consortium (260F) program provides funding assistance for community college-sponsored employee training projects in which two or more businesses participate. Iowa's 15 community colleges work with eligible businesses to assess training needs, determine funds needed and provide training, and provide valuable employee training at little to no cost.See More Details on Funder's Website02-27-20242/27/2024 6:03:41
              Impact WashingtonWashington State Department of Ecology Lean and Green GrantWashington based US Small-and medium-sized manufacturers (SME's)WashingtonGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingBy using lean practices and environmental methods to decrease operating costs and reduce pollutants, this program can improve your productivity and enhance the competitiveness of your business.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:03:32
              West Virginia Economic DevelopmentGovernor’s Guaranteed Work Force ProgramWest Virginia companies creating jobsWest VirginiaGrant - Government: State$2,000 per employeeRollingThis vital program provides new or expanding companies training funds and technical assistance to support effective employee training strategies. Not limited to new employees, this program targets the business’s entire workforce, training, re-training and upgrading skills across all levels. Since the program’s launch, more than $54 million has been awarded to employers and nearly 200,000 employees have received training.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:03:36
              Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Commonwealth Specialty Crop Block GrantsPennsylvania-based agriculture businesses producing specialty crops that are not currently eligible for grant payments under the Federal Specialty Crop Block Grant Program, or those designated as high-priority crops (hemp, honey, hardwood, hops)PennsylvaniaGrant - Government: StateVaries12/2/2023State Specialty Crop Block Grants enhance, rather than replace federal block grants, and are available to fund specialty crops designated as high priority crops in the state: hemp, hops, hardwoods, honey; barley, rye and wheat for distilling, brewing and malting. Eligible projects boost the competitiveness and sustainability of specialty crops, for example, through research to increase conservation and environmental outcomes, enhance food safety, develop new and improved certified seed varieties, or improve pest and disease control.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:32:16
              Visit FloridaCompetitive Tourism GrantsGrants program for tourist based businessesFloridaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingFor EDA Competitive Tourism Grants, there are no application submission deadlines. While EDA encourages eligible applicants to submit their applications as soon as possible, EDA strongly advises eligible applicants to submit complete applications no later than January 31, 2022 so that EDA can review and process the application in time to get a potential award in place prior to deadlines imposed by Congress. Submission by January 31, 2022 is not a guarantee of funding. Any award is subject to the availability of funds. See Section E of this ARPA Tourism NOFO regarding EDA’s review process.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:32:15
              Rhode Island Business Plan Competition 2020Rhode Island Business Plan Competition Rhode Island-based medical technology industry small businessRhode IslandGrant - Government: State$15,000.0011/4/2023If your business idea includes a regulated medical device, technology, or digital/connected health application click the MedTech track option when applying to be considered for $30,000 of additional cash and in-kind prizes. Applicants of the MedTech track qualify for Entrepreneur track prizes as well as additional med tech track prizes. See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:32:14
              Governor's Office of Economic OpportunityUtah Technology Innovation Funding (UTIF)Companies in the technology development sector pursuing non-dilutive funding through the federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. UtahGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingEligible Phase I applicants may seek microgrants to offset the costs of writing an SBIR/STTR proposal. Eligible Phase I winners may seek nonrecourse loans to help bridge the gap between Phase I and Phase II SBIR/STTR R&D efforts.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:32:14
              Utah Technology Innovation FundingMicrogrant First-time SBIR/STTR applicantsGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingUtah Technology Innovation Funding (UTIF) is a program to support Utah small companies in their efforts to develop novel technology and products through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. Utah applicants and winners can apply for microgrants and nonrecourse loans.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:32:13
              Wisconsin Office of Energy and InnovationWisconsin's Refueling Readiness Grant Program Privately owned bulk petroleum storage facilities, municipally and tribally owned highway shops, privately, Municipally, and Tribally owned convenience stores with both unleaded and diesel fuel availabilityWisconsinGrant - Government: State$5,000 to $100,0001/30/2024The Wisconsin Refueling Readiness Plan series of grant programs were designed to address the concern of fueling emergency vehicles during any number of natural or man-made disaster scenarios, and to evolve in scale and scope to address other emergent issues. One overarching goal is to identify at least one private business and one municipal fleet fueling facility in each county (as appropriate) willing to wire its facilities so that a generator could be brought to the facility and set up to run and to restore power to the convenience store or county fleet fueling area as quickly as possible.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:32:12
              Elevate VenturesElevate Nexus Pitch CompetitionsBe Indiana based. Have a total address market of over $500M. Preferably, be engaged with a college or university participating in the Elevate Nexus program.IndianaGrant - Government: State$20,000.00RollingAwards should be used for early-stage product or service development-essentially, for preparing the company to maximize its future fundraising opportunities via the assembly and testing of a coordinated, effective core team and the building of a minimum viable product (MVP) that goes beyond a prototypeSee More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:32:11
              Elevate VenturesCommunity Ideation FundIndiana-based ideation-stage high-potential companies with no more than $50,000 in trailing revenue over the past 12-month periodIndianaOTHER - See notes for specifics$20,000.00RollingElevate Ventures’ Community Ideation Fund enables ideation-stage high-potential companies to move closer to a specific, measurable technology or product development milestone through an investment up to $20,000 per company.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:32:10
              Minnesota Department of AgricultureAgri Crop Research Grant ProgramAny Minnesota organization, research entity, individual, or business with agricultural research capabilityMinnesota Grant - Government: State$250,000.00TBA Fall 2024AGRI Crop Research Grants are intended to generate applied crop research that will improve agricultural product quality, quantity, or value. Research projects must be conducted in Minnesota with outcomes that are transferable to agricultural groups other than the grantee. This grant will prioritize: Research on crops that have limited access to other research funds, and projects with activities or outcomes that involve or inform underserved agricultural producers.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:32:35
              Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development SBIR-STTR Matching Funds ProgramKentucky business with a phase 1 or 2 SBIR/STTRKentuckyGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Cabinet will match, on a competitive basis, Phase 1 and Phase 2 federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) awards received by Kentucky high-tech small businesses and those willing to become Kentucky-based businesses. This includes matching Phase 1 federal awards up to $150,000 to support the exploration of the technical merit or feasibility of an idea or technology, and up to $500,000 of federal Phase 2 awards, which support full-scale research and development.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:32:07
              Connecticut Center for Advanced TechnologiesMoney for Manufacturing Voucher - Connecticut Manufacturing Innovation Fund Voucher Program (MVP)Connecticut-based manufacturing businessesConnecticutGrant - Government: State$49,000.00RollingTo conduct a project aimed at improving your manufacturing productivity, efficiency and competitiveness. Administered on a first-come first-served basis.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:32:02
              Delaware Department of Transportation The Transportation Infrastructure Investment FundNew or expanding businesses in the state that propose to create a significant number of direct, permanent, quality full-time jobs. Residential projects are not eligible.Must have a public endorser (municipal, county or state elected official, or a state agency).DelawareGrant - Government: StateVaries9/13/2024The proposed transportation infrastructure improvement(s) must be located within the public right-of-way, or on public land, or on land that will be dedicated to public use as part of the project and must serve a public purpose. Proposed construction of new, or improvements/enhancements to roads, bridges, transit, intermodal systems including pedestrian and bicycle facilities in permanent easements established for public use, railroads, ports, airports. Eligible costs are design, construction and inspection associated with the transportation improvements. Ineligible costs are any work on private property, residential subdivision streets, permits, legal fees, recordation fees. See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 3:39:23
              DishRoulette KitchenDishRoulette Kitchen $1K CampaignMajority minority-owned restaurant located in Chicagoland, annual revenue of under $500,000, 25% decrease in revenue due to COVID-19Chicago, IllinoisGrant - Government: Local/Regional$1,000.00RollingRecipients will be selected via a scoring system based on TEAM, NEED, and GROWTH. Click Here for Further Details. Grant funds must be used for working capital (payroll, rent, contractors, insurance, taxes, etc.)See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:05:43
              One Fair Wage and City of ChicagoHigh Road KitchensRestaurant located in Chicago, annual revenue of under $3 million, experienced financial loss due to COVID-19 totaling 25% of annual revenueChicago, IllinoisGrant - Government: Local/Regional$10,000 to $30,000RollingOne Fair Wage in partnership with the City of Chicago has launched the High Road Kitchens program, offering grants between $10,000 and $30,000 to Chicago restaurants. High Road Kitchens and their partners will provide an initial $5000 payment to purchase supplies to provide free or discounted meals in the community to those in need. Additional funding of up to $25,000 will subsidize the labor required to produce the meals. The amount of reimbursement will vary depending on location.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:05:46
              TechRiseTHE $5M FUNDChicago’s historically underfunded tech foundersChicago, IllinoisPitch/Startup Competition$10,000 to $50,000RollingTechRise’s $5M Fund is non-dilutive Friends & Family capital for Chicago’s historically underfunded tech founders. Apply to pitch in one of our weekly pitch competitions for a 1 in 5 chance of receiving $10K-$50K to build your dream.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:05:54
              Economic Development Woodstock IllinoisEmployer Training Investment Program (ETIP)Individual businesses, intermediary organizations operating multi-company training projects and original equipment manufacturers sponsoring multi-company training projects for employees of their Illinois supplier companies. This program is for companies with less than 250 employees. IllinoisGrant - Government: StateHalf the cost of trainingRollingETIP is a competitive application program for Illinois based manufacturers and service companies to facilitate upgrading the skills of their workers in order to remain current in new technologies and business practices. Participation in the program will enable companies to remain competitive, expand into new markets and introduce more efficient technologies into their operations.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:06:02
              Economic Development Woodstock IllinoisLarge Business Development Program (LBDP)Businesses undertaking a major expansion or relocation project that will result in substantial private investment and the creation/retention of a large number of Illinois jobsIllinoisGrant - Government: StateGrant eligibility and amounts are determined by the amount of investment and job creation or retention involved.RollingFunds available through the program may be used by large businesses for bondable business activities, including financing the purchase of land or buildings, building construction or renovation, and certain types of machinery and equipment. Grant eligibility and amounts are determined by the amount of investment and job creation or retention involved. Grants are provided to businesses for major expansion or relocation resulting in private investment & retention of jobs, land purchase or building construction or renovation, and machinery See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:06:05
              Indiana Economic Development Corporation Skills Enhancement Fund (SEF) - Workforce Training GrantBusinesses that support training and upgrading skills of employees required to support new capital investment.IndianaGrant - Government: Local/RegionalHalf the cost of trainingRolling Grants from the Skills Enhancement Fund must lead to post-secondary credentials, a nationally-recognized industry credential, or specialized company training for both new hires and existing workers, and an increase in wages for existing employees.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:37:34
              Massachusetts Life Sciences CenterMassachusetts Transition and Growth ProgramLife sciences companies considering their first presence in MassachusettsMassachusetts Grant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Massachusetts Transition and Growth Program (MassTAG) is a recruitment tool targeting life sciences companies considering their first presence in Massachusetts. This highly competitive program is designed to attract out-of-state, international, and newly formed companies that meet MLSC’s strategic objectives to become part of the Massachusetts life sciences ecosystem.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:37:33
              MassMEPExpress ProgramBusinesses that contribute to the Workforce Training Fund are eligible to apply for an Express GrantMassachusetts Grant - Government: State$30,000.00Rolling If approved, the WTFP will reimburse you for up to 50% of the actual cost of training. For grant recipients with 100 or fewer MA employees, you may receive full reimbursement of the cost of training, up to $3,000 per person per course, grant funds are limited to $30,000 per company per calendar yearSee More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:37:31
              Michigan SBDCMichigan Emerging Technologies Fund (ETF)Michigan SBIR or STTR applicantsMichiganGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingSince 2008, the Michigan Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in partnership with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) has dedicated $7.28 million to match federal SBIR/STTR funding opportunities for exceptional research and technical innovation generated in Michigan. The ETF will match both Phase I and Phase II SBIR/STTR awards until funds are exhausted.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:37:30
              Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation Southern Minnesota Equity FundsMinnesota early stage and start-up companies in: Medical device and diagnostics; Health and IT services; Technology; Ag Biotech; Software; EnergyMinnesota Grant - Government: State$100,000.00RollingSMIF has created the Southern Minnesota Equity Fund to provide financial capital and expertise to early stage and start-up companies. The Fund will look to partner with other organizations and individual investors to leverage capital and expertise to grow innovative companies who will provide economic opportunities for Southern Minnesota.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:37:44
              Health Science and Services Authority of Spokane CountyGrant Writing AssistanceSpokane County small business preparing to apply for SBIR and that: has completed basic research on a therapy, drug, device or practice; conducted a preliminary market study; discussed the project with potential users; and sought preliminary patents, or filed provisional patent.Spokane County, WashingtonGrant - Government: Local/Regional$5,000.00RollingTo assist start-up small businesses seeking SBIR/STTR grants from the federal government, NIH, NSF, etc., HSSA has established a grant to support up to $5,000 per year to fund professional grant-writing consultancy in order to improve the success rate or achieving SBIR/STTR grants, to establish a track record for local health sciences research and to develop a critical mass of research talent in Spokane County.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:37:31
              Health Science and Services Authority of Spokane CountyHuman Capital & Infrastructure GrantSpokane County health Science research companiesSpokane County, WashingtonGrant - Government: Local/RegionalVariesRollingInvest in human capital (recruitment/start-up packages for researchers) and infrastructure (laboratory equipment, laboratories, etc.) to accelerate Spokane’s health sciences research capacity. Researchers must devote 65% of time to clinical, basic applied or translational research; devote a maximum of 35% of time to teaching and academic service work. Must document a 1:1 match.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:37:36
              Valley Metro and City of PhoenixValley Metro – Small Business Financial Assistance ProgramBusinesses that are located immediately adjacent to the Light Rail extension construction areas. Must be locally owned and doing business directly with customers primarily on site at the business location with 15 or fewer employees and $750,000 or less in annual revenue for the overall business.Phoenix, ArizonaGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $9,000RollingSBFAP support may be used for business operational expenses, including rent/mortgage for business location(s), utilities, insurance, payroll, or other necessary costs tied to business operations. Local, state, and federal taxes are not deemed eligible operating expenses for the purposes of this program.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:37:37
              California Employment Training PanelEmployment Training Panel FundsSmall businesses in California that are subject to paying the Employment Training TaxCalifornia Grant - Government: StatevariesRollingThe Employment Training Panel provides funds for small businesses to provide job-related vocational skills training for businesses creating new jobs or retraining current workers. Businesses determine their own training needs and how to provide training (online, classroom-based, lab-based, etc.). Grant rates vary from $18-$23 per training hour based on type of employee (new hire, retraining existing employees, job creation, apprenticeship pilot program). Priority industries (agriculture, allied healthcare, biotech/life science, construction, logistics, green/clean tech, IT, manufacturing, multimedia/entertainment, technical services) receive 20% more.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:37:37
              Montana Department of CommerceBig Sky Trust Fund Grant Program (BSTF)Companies creating new full-time high-wage jobs in Montana, and that have or growing to have at least 50% of their revenue from out-of-state markets.MontanaGrant - Government: StateVaries RollingJob Creation funding is awarded to create good paying jobs for residents in basic sector businesses, in the form of grants or loans.. Typical eligible use of BSTF funds include the reimbursement of the following: purchase of land, building, equipment, wages of new workers, lease rate reduction for new leases and construction materials. Expenses that occur prior to the contract effective date are not eligible for reimbursement. However, if they occurred within the last six months, the expense may be able to count towards the 1:1 match requirement. Applications are accepted on a quarterly basis.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:37:38
              Montana Department of CommerceIndian Equity Fund Small Business GrantEnrolled members of the eight Federally-recognized tribes in Montana starting or expanding a small businessGrant - Government: State$14,000.0010/1/2024The Indian Equity Fund (IEF) Small Business Grant is a grant to assist a start-up or expanding Native American business in Montana. This money can be used for a variety of activities such as the purchase of new equipment or the development of a new product line. Awards for individual businesses can be up to $14,000 with a minimum dollar to dollar cash or in-kind match ($1:$1) and must be firmly committed and documented in the application.See More Details on Funder's Website01-16-20241/16/2024 1:26:30
              Montana Department of CommerceState Trade Expansion Program (STEP)Montana companies exporting productsMontanaGrant - Government: State$10,000.00RollingThe State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) is a Federal grant administered by Export Montana. Montana exporters can apply for 50-75% reimbursement up to $10,000 for eligible international marketing activities, including: international trade show exhibition, market research, foreign language translation, international compliance testing, international IP protection, international website and ecommerce fees, international travel stipend for trade missions. See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:07:29
              Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT)Rural Jump-Start ProgramBusinesses new to Colorado, or a Colorado startup, or a new joint venture between companies and/or creating a new and necessary division, that exports goods and services outside the county, and that is moving into economically distressed areas (rural jump start zone) and hiring at least 5 new workersColoradoGrant - Government: State$20,000 to $40,000RollingThe Rural Jump-Start Program incentivizes new businesses start in or move into rural, economically distressed areas and hire new employees. To be eligible, businesses cannot compete with similar businesses in the county or adjacent economically distressed county. The program provides both a grant and tax credit to businesses. See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:07:46
              Nebraska Department of Economic DevelopmentNebraska Seed Investment ProgramNebraska high-growth, early-stage companies with the potential to raise private capital who are developing and commercializing a technology, product, process or service, and have fewer than 500 employees.NebraskaGrant - Government: State$500,000.00RollingThe Nebraska Seed Investment (Commercialization) program can award early-stage businesses up to $500,000 to support product or service development. Awards occur in the form of matching equity investments held by Invest Nebraska, DED’s nonprofit 501(c)3 partner. Invest Nebraska specializes in venture development and entrepreneurial assistance, and is governed by a volunteer board with extensive experience in angel investing, portfolio development, patent law and other areas.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:07:49
              Nebraska Department of Economic DevelopmentCustomized Job TrainingAll Nebraska for-profit businesses who sell products and/or services to markets outside of the state are eligible, including but not limited to, manufacturing, processing, warehousing, distribution, and headquarters operations. Retail businesses selling goods and services to a mostly local market are not eligible.NebraskaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingTraining eligible for CJT grants include: On-the-job training; Classroom training, onsite or at a local community college; Tuition & fees; Training manuals; Other reasonable costs. Training must be used only for full-time, permanent, in-state employees who are not involved in administrative support, management, or facility maintenance.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:07:54
              New Mexico Small Business Development CenterThe Small Business Development Center at NMSU GrantNew Mexico small businessesNew MexicoGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe NMSU Grants Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is committed to providing quality direct assistance, entrepreneurial education and resource links for potential and existing small businesses to strengthen the economy of New Mexico. See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:08:01
              Los Alamos National LaboratoryLeveraged Projects Multiple small businesses that share technical challenges to request assistance collectively for a larger project. Leveraged projects focus on helping NM small businesses solve a specific technical challenge and must be completed within one calendar year.New MexicoGrant - Government: State$40,000 to $120,0002/17/2024Projects must positively impact the national laboratories by aligning with existing or emerging laboratory program areas, offering potential to attract other funding or license laboratory technologies, and promoting meaningful collaboration between the national laboratories.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:08:06
              InnovateMassClean Energy GrantApplicant teams must include at least one Clean Energy Company with proprietary technology who will serve as the “Lead Applicant”. The Lead Applicant must meet the definition of a small business - but does not have to be a Massachusetts-based company. If the Lead Applicant is not a Massachusetts-based company, then at least one project site must be in MA. Massachusetts Grant - Government: State$250,000.00QuarterlyInnovateMass is a rolling program that welcomes applications from across the clean energy technology landscape (including clean energy generation, energy efficiency, energy storage, data for clean energy applications, and other types of technologiesSee More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:08:09
              Oklahoma CommerceSmall Employer Quality Jobs ProgramQualifying Small Employers Paying at Least 110% of the Average Wage.Oklahoma Grant - Government: StateVariesRollingThis program provides quarterly incentive payments to a qualifying small employer (500 employees or less). Quarterly payments may be as much as 5% of new taxable payroll for up to 7 years.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:08:13
              Arizona Commerce AuthorityState Trade Expansion Program (STEP Grant)Arizona small businesses seeking to begin exporting or expand into new export markets. ArizonaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingArizona small businesses may receive reimbursement for export activities including export counseling, education and training, funding for U.S. Department of Commerce services, and assistance to translate, localize and optimize websites for international markets and funding for U.S. Department of Commerce services. STEP also supports attending key international trade shows worldwide and to participate in trade missions in key industries and markets, as well as assistance for targeted marketing initiatives and tradeshow exhibit development. Arizona focus sectors are mainly: aviation, bio life sciences, advanced manufacturing, mining technology and consumer products.See More Details on Funder's Website02-19-20242/19/2024 2:47:58
              Slow Food UtahMicrograntsAny individual, small business, or non-profit committed to Slow Food International principles of good, clean, fair food, cultural diversity, and conviviality.UtahGrant - Foundation: State FocusVariesPausedHigh priorities include projects that help increase or enhance: local skills and capacity, the availability of locally produced foods (especially artisanal, Ark of Taste, wildcrafted, heirloom, or sustainably produced), regional and cultural food traditions, taste or youth education.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:09:02
              Wyoming Business CouncilSBIR Matching Program Phase IWyoming small business that has received an SBIR/STTR Phase I award and can commit to remaining in Wyoming for at least 3 yearsWyomingGrant - Government: State$100,000.00Rolling This program is designed to match funds for Wyoming companies who have been awarded Phase I through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. Applicants must commit to remaining in Wyoming and yearly reporting for three years after the commercialization of their technology and seek additional funding. First-time Phase I awardees may receive up to $100,000; repeat Phase I awardees may receive $70,000. See More Details on Funder's Website01-31-20241/31/2024 12:38:54
              Department of Workforce ServicesWorkforce Training GrantsWyoming small businessesWyomingGrant - Government: State$2,00 to $3,000 per employeeRolling Business Training Grants are available to Wyoming businesses to correct an employee’s skill deficiency or upgrade their skill level in their current occupations. The skill upgraded provided by the training will: Enhance the business’s productivity, efficiency or profitability; Reduce employee turnover; Enhance employee effectiveness; or Enhance employee wages.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:09:19
              City of Cleveland Economic DevelopmentCleveland Municipal Small Business InitiativeThe Applicant must be able to secure an SBA backed loan through a participating lender. The Applicant must also meet the City of Cleveland’s program requirements. Projects must create at least one permanent full-time job for every $35,000 in City funds.OhioGrant - Government: State$50,000.00Rolling Partnering with U.S. Small Business Administration and Cuyahoga County, this performance grant allows businesses to reduce their equity in a SBA funded project from the required 25% to 10%. The City provides a grant of 15% (of total project costs) which is funded half by the City and half by the County. The goal of this grant is to leverage financing to benefit small businesses in the creation of jobs and opportunities in the City of Cleveland.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:09:22
              City of ClevelandCleveland Storefront Renovation ProgramCleveland businesses located in neighborhood commercial retail districtsOhioGrant - Government: State$50,000.00Rolling The City of Cleveland’s Storefront Renovation Program helps neighborhood retail districts become more attractive, economically viable, and diverse places to visit and shop by assisting in the design and funding of signage and the rehabilitation of traditional storefront buildings.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:09:27
              The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC)Skills for Small BusinessBusinesses with fewer than 100 employees and incentivizes training for new, full-time workers.TexasGrant - Government: StateUp to $1,800 for each new employee being trained and $900 for existing employees per 12-month period.Rolling Through the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) Skills for Small Business program, up to $2 million from the Skills Development Fund is dedicated to the backbone of Texas' business community—our small employers. Small businesses can apply to TWC for training offered by their local community or technical college, or the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX). See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:09:30
              Texas Economic DevelopmentTexas Enterprise FundThe single Texas site being considered for the project must be in active competition with at least one out-of-state site and the company must not have made a location decision. Projected new job creation must exceed 75 full-time jobs (urban areas) or 25 full-time jobs (rural areas). The total average wage for new jobs must meet or exceed the average county wage for the county in which the project would be located during the full term of the grant agreement. The company must demonstrate significant levels of planned capital investment. Project must be supported by the city, county and/or school district in which the project would be located, particularly in the form of local economic incentive offers. Company must be well-established and financially sound.TexasGrant - Government: StateVariesRolling The Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) awards “deal-closing” grants to companies considering a new project for which one Texas site is competing with other out-of-state sites. The fund serves as a performance-based financial incentive for those companies whose projects would contribute significant capital investment and new employment opportunities to the state’s economy.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:09:33
              State of Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community developmentVermont Employment Growth Incentive (VEGI)There are no restrictions on the type or size of company that can apply or the number of jobs that must be created. Applicants must be able to show that the activity as proposed would not occur, or would occur in a significantly different manner, unless the incentive is approved and that new, qualifying jobs will be created at a level beyond the normal or “background growth” for the company’s industry. VermontGrant - Government: StateVariesRolling The State of Vermont offers an economic incentive for business recruitment, growth and expansion. The Vermont Employment Growth Incentive (VEGI) program provides cash payments to businesses that have been authorized to earn the incentive and who then meet performance requirements. The value of each payment is based on the revenue return generated to the State by prospective qualifying jobs, payroll creation, and capital investments.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:09:46
              Vermont Clean Energy Development Fund (CEDF)Vermont Clean Energy Development Fund (CEDF)Clean energy entrepreneurs VermontGrant - Government: StateVariesRolling The purpose of the Fund is to increase the development and deployment of cost-effective and environmentally sustainable electric power resources – primarily with respect to renewable energy resources, and the use of combined heat and power technologies – in Vermont. The CEDF received $5 million in funding through the MOU between the State of Vermont and Entergy VY. Over half of that funding ($2.6 million) is dedicated to Windham County.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:09:57
              Wheeling Heritage Show of HandsFounders hoping to expand or open a business in Wheeling West VirginiaPitch/Startup Competition$1,000 to $25,000Rolling A public pitch presentation that occurs three times each year where the fan favorite winner is chosen with audience participation.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:10:17
              Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA)Market Trade Assistance Program (MTAP)Iowa small businesses seeking to begin exporting products/servicesIowaGrant - Government: State$6,000 to $10,000RollingThis program covers exporting costs such as: Design, translation and localization of brochure(s)/product information (i.e. foreign market compliant labels, packaging, technical manuals/documents); International attorney fees for trademark registration, foreign sales/distributor contracts;Consultant services to identify and meet foreign regulatory and certification standards; Compliance testing; and expenses related to accepting international payments.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:10:22
              Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) - Iowa Manufacturing 4.0Manufacturing Innovation Equipment GrantsIowa small business with between 3-75 employees, NAICS codes falling between 31-33, deriving a minimum of 51% of their revenue from the sale of manufactured goods, and in business at least 3 years IowaGrant - Government: State$50,000.00RollingManufacturing Innovation Equipment Grant are aimed at helping manufacturers increase productivity, efficiency and competitiveness. Eligible projects include: Machinery acquisition, such as a 3D printer; Specialized equipment for automation, such as collaborative robotics; Advanced and autonomous robotics; and Equipment for process improvements.See More Details on Funder's Website03-01-20243/1/2024 1:37:18
              GoTopekaSBIR and STTR Matching GrantSmall business in Topeka or Shawnee County, Kansas that has received an SBIR or STTR grant within the last 12 monthsTopeka and Shawnee County, KansasGrant - Government: Local/Regional$25,000.00RollingThe purpose of this grant is to incentivize businesses to apply for Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grants and to help to develop Topeka as a hub of innovation. Applications are accepted each August 15th and November 12th.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 6:56:43
              Go TopekaSBIR Grant Writing IncentiveSmall business in Topeka or Shawnee County, Kansas applying for SBIRTopeka and Shawnee County, KansasGrant - Government: Local/Regional$1,000 to $5,000RollingThis incentive is a reimbursement for SBIR grant writing and/or grant writing training from a pre-approved SBIR specialist. Reimbursements are given only after submission of an SBIR application or completion of SBIR grant writing training. Applications are accepted each August 15th and November 12th.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 6:56:44
              Maryland Department of CommercePartnership for Workforce Quality (PWQ)Applicants must be a Maryland employer with at least 10 employeesMarylandGrant - Government: State$10,000 to $200,000RollingProvides matching training grants and support services targeted to improve the competitive position of small and mid-sized manufacturing and technology companies. Grants are used to increase the skills of existing workers for new technologies and production processes, improve employee productivity and increase employment stability. Matching grant funds are used to reimburse up to 50% of the costs of qualified projects.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 11:59:47
              Nebraska Academic Research and Development GrantNebraska Academic Research and Development GrantR&D grant funding must be matched at 100% (1:1) of the requested grant amount with eligible matching funds. R&D Grant funding for value-added agriculture projects must be matched at 25% (4:1) of the requested grant amount with eligible matching funds. Please discuss project details with DED staff to determine if the project meets the value-added agriculture category requirementsNebraskaGrant - Government: State$100,000 to $400,000RollingOffers Nebraska businesses a matching competitive grant for research and development activities done in conjunction with a Nebraska college or university.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:11:09
              Nebraska Innovation Fund Prototype GrantsNebraska Innovation Fund Prototype GrantsApplicants must be businesses operating in Nebraska that can provide a minimum of 50% (2:1) of the grant request as matching funds. Value-added agriculture projects require a match of 25% (4:1)NebraskaGrant - Government: State$150,000.00RollingA matching grant that provides financial assistance for product development to businesses operating in Nebraska.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:11:13
              Arvada Economic Development Association (AEDA)AEDA Exterior Improvements GrantBusinesses and/or property owners that are making capital improvements to the exterior of their property which in turn improves the Arvada, Colorado communityColoradoGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingAEDA created the Exterior Improvements Grant program to support businesses and/or property owners that are making capital improvements to the exterior of their property which in turn improves the Arvada community. The 50/50 matching grant program leverages AEDA funds and private sector investment to enhance commercial properties in Arvada.See More Details on Funder's Website01-31-20241/31/2024 12:49:05
              City of RosenbergRosenberg Business Improvement PlanAny business within Rosenberg City limits new or existing. Must be up to date and owe no fines to the City of Rosenberg.Rosenberg, TexasGrant - Government: State$10,000.00RollingThe program is designed to enhance the economic vitality of the City by encouraging visually appealing exterior physical improvements to local businesses.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:11:27
              CT NextGrowth Company GrantsEarly-stage Connecticut based startup companiesConnecticutGrant - Private Sector Funding (Fortune 1000+)$25,000.00RollingCTNext equips startups and entrepreneurs with resources, guidance and networks to accelerate growth and success. The objective is to build a more robust community of entrepreneurs, provide access to talent, space, industry expertise, services, skill development, and capital to accelerate company developmentSee More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:11:37
              Applied Research InstituteIN-FORM SBIR/STTR Matching GrantsIndiana small business applying for SBIR/STTRIndianaGrant - Government: State$50,000 to $75,000RollingFunded by the Indiana Economic Development Corp., and administered by ARI, this program will provide a matching grant of up to $50,000 for a Phase I award and up to $75,00 for a Phase II award. A company may receive a lifetime total of $150,000 in matching funds.See More Details on Funder's Website01-09-20241/9/2024 5:30:36
              Kentucky InnovationKY SBIR/STTR MATCHING FUNDS PROGRAMKentucky-based SBIR/STTR applicantsKentuckyGrant - Private Sector Funding (Fortune 1000+)$150,000.00Rollingprovides financial assistance for SBIR/STTR activities that help companies explore new markets, identify new opportunities, and strengthen competitive SBIR/STTR submissionsSee More Details on Funder's Website02-05-20242/5/2024 3:23:36
              Mass VenturesSBIR Targeted Technologies ("START") ProgramMassachusetts companies that have received a Phase II SBIR or STTR award within the past 4 yearsMassachusettsGrant - Private Sector Funding (Fortune 1000+)$100,000 to $500,000Anticipated February 2024The SBIR Targeted Technologies (START) Program helps Massachusetts-based start-ups convert research developed under SBIR and STTR contracts into businesses and jobs in Massachusetts. START offers MA-based, SBIR Phase II companies, grants, and business guidance to help them commercialize their technologies. Each year, the program awards: 10 “Stage I” grants of $100,000 each; 5 “Stage II” grants of $200,000 each to the most promising “Stage I” winners from the previous year and; 2 “Stage III” opportunities: up to $500,000 each of seed capital in a commercial spinout from the most successful Stage II companies.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:12:06
              Connect Downtown Johnson CityDowntownNOWBusinesses seeking to become brick and mortar in downtown Johnson City.Johnson City, TennesseeGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingAlways dreamed of opening a boutique shopping experience? We have a grant available to help support local entrepreneurs who want to open a retail marketplace filled with specialty vendors! You will own your store, but we will assist with the first years rent, some build out and marketing.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:12:28
              Rural Renewal InitiativeSeed GrantOklahoma-based businesses in rural locationsOklahomaGrant - Government: State$100,000.00RollingThe seed grant program, which provides funding for research projects is meant to fund rural businesses. Robinson said each year the RRI solicits proposals and picks one seed project to fund.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:12:36
              TS Bank and Advance Southwest Iowa CorporationREVIowa-based small businessIowaPitch/Startup Competition$10,000.00TBA Summer 2024TS Bank originally started REV in 2015 in an effort to spur economic growth and encourage business owners to continue pursuing their dreams. During the first three competitions (2015-2017) over $75,000 was awarded to the winners. TS Bank brought the competition back in 2020, partnering with Advance Southwest Iowa offering entrepreneurs and business owners the chance to win up to $10,000 to "ignite their business."See More Details on Funder's Website02-27-20242/27/2024 6:19:04
              Women's Foundation of ArkansasWomen EmpoweredProjects that ensure economic security for all Arkansas womenArkansasGrant - Foundation: State Focus$10,000.003/13/2024The goal of Women Empowered is to ensure economic security for all Arkansas women, as well as improve the financial futures of those who have already achieved economic security. Through this initiative we educate, advocate, and innovate around issues of women’s economic security, such as asset building, access to capital, and the wealth gap.See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 3:10:53
              Catalyst ConnectionThe AIM Higher Consortiummanufacturers who engage in a technical assistance project that will assist them in engagement with the DoD supply chain.West VirginiaGrant - Government: State$5,000.00RollingThe AIM Higher Mini-Grant program is focused on supporting project efforts of manufacturers currently in the Defense Supply chain, or actively pursuing DoD opportunities. After completing an initial assessment with an appropriate AIM Higher Consortium organization, mini-grants are available for a wide range of technology implementation projects such as Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Robotics, Additive Manufacturing, and more.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:13:12
              MidAtlantic Trade Adjustment Assistance Center (MATAAC)Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms (TAAF)Businesses negatively impacted by imports.Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Washington DCGrant - Government: State$150,000.00RollingCompanies ust match from 25% to 50% of the assistance. The assistance can be used to upgrade virtually any business process, through the implementation of knowledge-based projects by outside experts and consultants, including, but not limited to: marketing, sales, operations, financial management, IT, planning, training, new product development, new service development, quality assurance, customer service, software customization, etc.See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 3:42:46
              University at Buffalo Office of Science, Technology Transfer and Economic Outreach (UB STOR) /Western NY Incubator Network (WIN)SBIR/STTR Assistance ProgramNew York companies applying for Phase I or Phase II SBIR/STTRNew YorkGrant - Foundation: State Focus$4,000.00RollingWIN's SBIR / STTR assistance program links quality SBIR / STTR applicants with outside experts to submit timely, high-quality proposals to relevant federal agencies. Current incubator clients, graduates, and ventures meeting the WIN virtual incubation criteria are eligible for WIN the cover the full cost of engaging an experienced consultant for a well-qualified proposal. Phase I and Phase II applications are both eligible.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:13:42
              LaunchNYLaunchNY Seed FundNew York startupsNew YorkGrant - Foundation: State Focus$25,000 to $100,000RollingThe Launch NY Seed Fund is a nonprofit fund, fueled by grants and donations, with all returns coming back to the fund to support investments in future startups in what is known as an “evergreen cycle”. Launch NY also provides guidance, connections to expert resources and the funding needed to demonstrate Proof of Concept of the products and processes that will be needed to go to market.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:13:47
              Center for Regional Economic Advancement at Cornell University (CREA) and Empire State Development's Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYRSTAR) SBIR/STTR Assistance ProgramNew York companies applying for Phase I or Phase II SBIR/STTRNew YorkGrant - Government: State$1,000 to $2,000RollingThe SBIR / STTR Assistance Program is a NYSTAR funded, CREA managed program that helps eligible companies hire a qualified SBIR / STTR proposal developer or consultant to assist in developing their proposal. The SBIR / STTR Assistance Program provides matching funding, up to a preset limit, to awarded companies - the matching structure will typically be 1:1.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:14:01
              Workforce Development Institute (WDI)Interactive Grants ProgramNew York companies seeking to hire and retain an inclusive and productive workforceNew YorkGrant - Government: State$25,000 to $40,000RollingWDI makes investments that lead to workforce development and economic growth. This program is an “interactive” one, where WDI Regional Directors work directly with a business, union, or other entity to understand the issue at hand, and then help develop a response. WDI will assess the growth and workforce issues and help the problem or opportunity with which its flexible funding can help.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:14:09
              Erie County Department of Environment & Planning and Erie County Business Development Task ForceSmall Business Working Capital GrantSmall businesses within Erie County, New York with 5 or fewer employees who meet income guidelinesErie County, New YorkGrant - Government: Local/Regional$10,000.00RollingThis program provides a grant of up to $10,000 to small businesses who have suffered loss of revenue due to the pandemic. Eligible businesses include those who employ five or fewer employees and whose household income is below HUD Section 8 income guidelines. Applications will be processed on a first come-first served basis until funds are expended.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:14:17
              Kentucky Cabinet for Economic DevelopmentCommonwealth Seed Capital Commonwealth Seed Capital LLC, (CSC) is an independent fund that invests in early-stage Kentucky business entities focused on commercializing innovative ideas and technologies. CSC invests in companies that have a significant Kentucky presence and the prospect for substantial growth and return on investment.Kentucky, USAGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingCommonwealth Seed Capital LLC, (CSC) is an independent fund that invests in early-stage Kentucky business entities focused on commercializing innovative ideas and technologies. CSC invests in companies that have a significant Kentucky presence and the prospect for substantial growth and return on investment.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:14:55
              COOS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONBusiness Pop Up PilotBusiness in Coos CountyNew HampshireGrant - Government: State$5,000.00RollingGrant awardees will receive up to $5000 towards storefront rent for 3-months, insurance, utilities, signage, and other reasonable expensesSee More Details on Funder's Website07-11-2023 1:15:23
              Michigan’s State Trade Expansion Program (MI-STEP)MI-STEP Grant ProgramExporting activities to eligible Michigan small businessesMichiganGrant - Government: StateUp to 75% reimbursement, up to $15,000 annuallyRollingThrough Michigan’s State Trade Expansion Program (MI-STEP), the International Trade team offers financial assistance for exporting activities to eligible Michigan small businesses, enabling access to global markets and buyers while increasing the dollar value of Michigan exports.See More Details on Funder's Website07-11-2023 1:15:29
              New Jersey Economic Development AuthorityNJ AccelerateNew Jersey Entrepreneurs participating in high-quality accelerator programs (Morgan Stanley Multicultural Innovation Lab, Cleantech Open Northeast, VentureWell’s ASPIRE Program, University City Science Center - Launch Lane, or HAX onlyNew JerseyGrant - Government: State$250,000.00RollingNJ Accelerate is a two-step process to encourage the engagement of accelerator programs in New Jersey, while facilitating the participation of businesses in these accelerator programs.See More Details on Funder's Website07-11-2023 1:15:32
              Maryland Manufacturing Extension PartnershipThe Maryland Defense Cybersecurity Assistance Program (DCAP) Defense Contractors that need to comply with the DFARS and NIST 800-171 Standards for cybersecurityMarylandGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Maryland Defense Cybersecurity Assistance Program (DCAP) provides funding and assistance for Defense Contractors to comply with the DFARS and NIST 800-171 Standards for cybersecurity. The program which provides funding and resources for companies to comply with the cybersecurity standard is funded by the Department of Defense’s Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation (OLDCC) through the Maryland Department of Commerce and is being coordinated by the MD MEP. Defense contractors in Maryland generate more than $57 billion in economic impact and the DCAP program will help these contractors comply with the Federal regulations necessary to continue providing services to the Federal Government.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-202402-21-2024 12:13:03
              Missouri Job CenterOn-the-Job Training GrantsMissouri companies providing training for their employeesGrant - Government: StatevariesRollingFunding can help your business save money while workers get the job-related training they need to succeed. Get reimbursed for up to 50 percent of the wages of workers hired through this program. (up to 1,040 hours). Connect with workers who possess a variety of skill sets from prior employment, education and proven work ethic.See More Details on Funder's Website~100% Fit: Strong Fit07-11-2023 1:15:48
              Main Street Oakland County (MSOC)Spirit of Main Street Micro Business Startup Grant ProgramSmall businesses in the counties listedAuburn Hills, Berkeley, Clarkston, Clawson, Farmington, Ferndale, Franklin, Highland, Holly, Lake Orion, Ortonville, Oxford, Pontiac, Rochester, Royal Oak, Wixom, MichiganGrant - Government: State$2,500.00RollingA minimum dollar-for-dollar match must be provided by the applicant. The cost of labor and materials can go towards grant match. After the proposed project has been completed and final costs have been verified, the grant funds will be issued directly to the local Main Street program, paid as a reimbursement. The local Main Street will be responsible for monitoring approved projects and programs to ensure compliance with the grant program guidelines.See More Details on Funder's Website07-11-2023 1:16:05
              Alabama WorksIncumbent Worker Training ProgramQualifying Alabama for-profit businesses to provide skills training to full-time, permanent, company employees, who have been employed at the company for a minimum of six months.AlabamaGrant - Government: State$30,000.00RollingAlabama’s Incumbent Worker Training Program (IWTP) provides funding for customized employee training to existing businesses. IWTP provides employees with new and/or upgraded job skills that are vital for the company to maintain competitiveness in a global economy, while also providing job security for the workers. The business selects an outside training provider that best fits its needs. Funding may be used for training fees, tuition, curriculum development, and books/materials. This program is funded by the U.S. Department of Labor and administered by the Alabama Department of Commerce/Workforce Development Division.See More Details on Funder's Website07-11-2023 1:16:10
              Fargo Moorhead Economic DevelopmentOperation InternTo qualify for the program, employers must select a student who is: a) enrolled in a North Dakota college or university taking at least 6 credits during the internship, or the semester prior to the internship, b) a high school junior or senior, or c) enrolled in a registered apprenticeship program, and On a case-by-case basis, the Dept. of Commerce may approve the subsidization of a student enrolled in a college or university located outside of the state.North DakotaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$4,000 to $20,000RollingThe primary focus of the Operation Intern program is private sector businesses in one of the targeted industries: Energy, Advanced Manufacturing, Value-Added Agriculture, Tourism and Technology-Based Businesses, to include Cybersecurity. Funding may also be granted for other in demand occupations, such as healthcare.See More Details on Funder's Website07-11-2023 1:16:41
              Ohio Department of DevelopmentOhio Incumbent Workforce Voucher ProgramOperates as a for-profit entity in a state-designated targeted industry, with a facility located in Ohio that has been in continuous operation for the 12 months immediateOhioGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingWill fill a gap in current workforce development programs by providing needed training dollars to Ohio's incumbent workforce through a unique public-private partnership. The ultimate goal of this program is twofold: allow employers to retain and grow their existing Ohio workforce and create a statewide workforce that can meet the present and future demands in an ever changing economy. ASee More Details on Funder's Website07-11-2023 1:16:48
              Chellam Valley Chamber of CommerceSteps Up Internship ProgramChellam Valley employers hiring internsOregonGrant - Government: Local/RegionalVariesRollingThe Steps Up Chehalem Valley Internship program is a 9-week paid summer internship serving High School and College age students, 16–24 years old. The Internship includes four hours of paid Professional Development Training every week on Wednesday that will help prepare students for a bright future regardless of their career path. The program is modeled after the award-winning Climax internship program.See More Details on Funder's Website07-11-2023 1:16:53
              Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic DevelopmentAlternative and Clean Energy Program (ACE)Pennsylvania business involved in utilization, development and construction of alternative and clean energy projectsPennsylvania Grant - Government: State$10,000 to $2,000,000RollingThis grant supports activities to promote the utilization, development and construction of alternative and clean energy projects, infrastructure associated with compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas fueling stations, plus energy efficiency and energy conservation projects in the state. Grants for manufacturers of alternative and/or clean energy generation equipment or components shall not exceed $10,000 for every job projected to be created by the business within three years after approval of the grant. Grants for any alternative energy production or clean energy project shall not exceed $2 million or 30 percent of the total project cost, whichever is less. See More Details on Funder's Website01-19-202401-19-2024 2:33:52
              Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic DevelopmentSolar Energy ProgramPennsylvania Business involved in the generation and use of solar energy and the manufacture or assembly of solar equipmentPennsylvania Grant - Government: State$5,000 to $1,000,000RollingThe Solar Energy Program (SEP) provides financial assistance in the form of grant and loan funds to promote the use of solar energy in Pennsylvania. Grants for component manufacturers of solar energy generation equipment up to $5,000 for every new job created within three years after approval of the loan. Grants for solar energy generation or distribution projects shall not exceed $1 million or $1.50 per watt, whichever is less.See More Details on Funder's Website01-19-202401-19-2024 3:25:40
              South Carolina Department of CommerceOn-the-Job TrainingSouth Carolina businessesSouth CarolinaGrant - Government: StateWage or salary reimbursement from 50-90% (depending on the size of the business) RollingOn-the-job training provides wage or salary reimbursement from 50-90% (depending on the size of the business) to compensate for costs associated with training new employees. The percentage and length of reimbursement varies based on the size of the company, the specific skills to be acquired for the job and the local workforce area.See More Details on Funder's Website07-11-2023 1:17:29
              Southern Minnesota Initiative FoundationEquity Funds - Southern Minnesota Equity FundMinnesota-based small businessMinnesota Grant - Foundation: State Focus$100,000.00RollingThe Southern Minnesota Equity Fund provides financial capital and expertise to early stage and start-up companies. The Fund partners with other organizations and individual investors to leverage capital and expertise to grow innovative companies who will provide economic opportunities for Southern Minnesota.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:17:39
              Southern Minnesota Initiative FoundationEquity Funds - Seed FundMinnesota-based small businessMinnesota Grant - Foundation: State Focus$25,000.00RollingThe Seed Fund supports start-up stage businesses that need capital, business expertise, and networking opportunities. This fund helps companies perform research and analysis, patent opinions and filings, and product testing and analysis.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:17:44
              Maryland Department of CommerceSmall, Minority and Women-Owned Business Account - Video Lottery Terminal Fund (VLT)Woman Owned, Based in MarylandMaryland, USGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingAt least 50% of the VLT allocations will be deployed to small, minority and women-owned businesses located within certain targeted areas of the six casinos. The other 50% will be available to small, minority and women-owned businesses located throughout Maryland.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 12:14:04
              Texas Travel Industry Recovery (TTIR) Grant ProgramTexas Travel Industry Recovery (TTIR) Grant ProgramApplicants in the travel, tourism, and hospitality industries (as determined by eligible NAICS code) who were negatively impacted by COVID-19 are able to apply.TexasGrant - Government: State$20,000.00First come, first servedThe TTIR Program was established to provide one-time reimbursement grants of up to $20,000 for the recovery of Texas businesses in the tourism, travel, and hospitality industries that were negatively impacted due to COVID-19. These one-time grants are to reimburse eligible costs to these qualifying businesses.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:17:57
              City of Los AngelesLA Sanitation's Brownfields ProgramPrivate property owners, community organizations, and agencies for development. Sites must meet eligibility criteria and be located in a low income areas within the City of Los Angeles such as the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) areasCaliforniaGrant - Government: Local/RegionalVariesRollingProvides site assessment and remedial planning to private, non-profit and City of Los Angeles entities.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:18:07
              Pollution Control Finance AuthorityCAL REUSE ProgramAny for-profit or not-for-profit organization, school district, or public agency turning underutilized and distressed property into housingCaliforniaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$500,000.00RollingThe CALReUSE Assessment Program addresses a funding and information gap in the development of brownfields to help bring these properties into productive reuse. There are two programs: One is a loan program that covers site assessment, the other covers site remediation. The Assessment Program provides forgivable loans – up to $300,000 generally and $500,000 for housing projects – to fund site assessment and characterization, technical assistance, remedial action plans, and site access.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:18:15
              California Carpet Stewardship ProgramCapital Improvement GrantsCycle 6A of the capital grants program is open to California-based public and private businesses, nonprofits and local agencies.CaliforniaGrant - Government: State$500,000.009/30/2024The Capital Improvement Grant Program provides funding for capital improvements that will establish, increase, improve and enhance additional California-generated post-consumer carpet (PCC) collection, reuse, recycling and/or utilization of recycled content product manufacturingSee More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:18:23
              Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce DevelopmentOn-the-Job Training GrantsBusinesses based in TennesseeTennesseeGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingEmployers may request funding that can pay up to 50% of a trainees wages for training that leads to skills upgrades or certifications, process improvements, prevents layoffs, or creates new jobs.See More Details on Funder's Website01-22-20241/22/2024 11:01:44
              Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce DevelopmentApprenticeship Training GrantBusinesses based in TennesseeTennesseeGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Apprenticeship Training Grant (ATG) supports Tennessee employers that are interested in starting an apprenticeship program or are already authorized providers of the Registered Apprenticeship Program through US/DOL-Office of Apprenticeships. with strategies to significantly increase apprenticeship opportunities:See More Details on Funder's Website01-22-20241/22/2024 11:06:57
              Louisiana Workforce CommissionIncumbent Worker Training Program (IWTP) - Customized TrainingLouisiana businesses operating within the state for at last 3 years and with at least 15 employees to be trainedLouisianaGrant - Government: StatevariesRollingThe IWTP benefits businesses by assisting in the skill development of existing employees, thereby increasing employee productivity and company growth. These improvements are expected to result in the creation of new jobs, the retention of jobs that otherwise may have been eliminated, and an increase in wages for trained workers. May Request training to either: a) prevent job loss caused by obsolete skills, technological change, or national or global competition; b) create, update, or retain jobs in a labor demand occupation; or c) update or retain jobs in an occupation which is not a labor demand occupation, if the administrator determines that the services are necessary to prevent the likely loss of jobs/See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:20:59
              Minnesota Employment and Economic DevelopmentAutomation Training and Incentive ProgramMinnesota small manufacturing or advanced production businesses that are implementing automation technologyMinnesotaGrant - Government: State$35,000.00RollingGrants are available to small businesses in the manufacturing or skilled production industry for the express purpose of training incumbent workers as quickly and effectively as possible on new automation technology. Funds may be used to pay direct training costs for existing workers including trainee wages for on-the-job training, curriculum development, delivery of training, materials and supplies, training equipment and facilities, and trainer travel and lodging costs. Funds may also be used for assessment, testing and certification costs. Training may be provided in-house, by institutions of higher education, by federal, state, or local agencies, by consultants, or equipment vendors.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:21:04
              Maine Department of LaborMaine Apprenticeship ProgramMaine employersMaineGrant - Government: State$500 per employeeRollingThe Maine Apprenticeship Program assists in setting up structured yet flexible training programs designed to meet the specific needs of Maine employers through on-the-job learning and related classroom instruction. This program helps to pay the cost of your supervisor or journey worker upgrade training to ensure you have the best in-house trainers or mentors for your program and provides a one-time $500 reimbursement per apprentice to offset the cost of classroom training.See More Details on Funder's Website02-28-20242/28/2024 12:32:06
              Maryland Department of LaborMaryland Business WorksMaryland businesses with 500 or fewer employees that provide in-demand products or services.MarylandGrant - Government: State$40,000.00RollingMaryland Works is a highly successful incumbent worker training program. Training funds can be used to upgrade the skills of current employees while also creating opportunities for new hires in in-demand occupations and skills. There is a dollar-to-dollar match requirement, and a $4,500 training cap funding level that may be awarded to a specific trainee for a project or series of projects. The minimum request per year cannot exceed $40,000. Covers classroom-based training, in-house staff training, apprenticeships, and other opportunities for Maryland’s businesses.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 12:15:07
              Workforce WyomingBusiness Training GrantsWyoming EmployersWyomingGrant - Government: State$4,000 per employeeRollingBusiness Training Grants are available to Wyoming businesses to correct an employee’s skill deficiency or upgrade their skill level in their current occupations. To review the Business Training Grant rules, click here.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:21:12
              Georgia Department of Community AffairsEmployment Incentive ProgramProjects creating opportunities for low- and moderate-income persons (at least 51% of total jobs created), greater job security, better working conditions, job training, enhancement of workplace skills, advancement opportunities, and benefits receive the greatest consideration.GeorgiaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Employment Incentive Program (EIP), a set aside of the state Community Development Block Grant program, is a financing program intended to facilitate and enhance job creation and/or retention for principally for low- and moderate income persons by providing a flexible and expedient funding cycle that is more responsive to expanding or retaining economic opportunities at the local level. To be considered for funding, potential projects must address the creation and/ or retention of jobs or employment opportunities, a minimum of 51% of which must be for persons of low and moderate incomeSee More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:21:17
              State of illinoisEmployment/Job Training/Apprenticeship Incentive ProgramThe Employment Incentive Program (EIP) is designed to provide financial and supplemental services to help eligible youth gain marketable skills through on-the-job work experience, job training programs or approved apprenticeships.IllinoisGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingYouth in the care of DCFS who are between the ages of 17 and 20 and are working 20 hours/week or 80 hours/month, engaged in a job training program or enrolled in an approved apprenticeship are eligible for the program. Youth who aged out of DCFS care at age 18 or older; or who were adopted or entered into a guardianship agreement from DCFS care who are under the age of 26 at the time of enrollment in an approved apprenticeship are eligible for the program.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:21:19
              Kansas Department of CommercePromoting Employment Across Kansas (PEAK)Basic projects that create at least ten new jobs in metropolitan areas, or at least five new jobs in non-metropolitan areas, within two years may be eligible for up to seven years of payroll withholding tax savings.KansasGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPEAK is a business incentive where companies may retain or be refunded 95% of the payroll withholding tax of qualified employees for new jobs created in Kansas. Basic projects that create at least ten new jobs in metropolitan areas, or at least five new jobs in non-metropolitan areas, within two years may be eligible for up to seven years of payroll withholding tax savings. Larger, high-impact projects that create at least 100 new jobs within two years may be eligible for up to ten years of payroll withholding tax savings.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 7:47:52
              Nebraska Department of LaborWorker Training GrantNebraska employersNebraskaGrant - Government: StatevariesRollingThis grant supports training, retraining and upgrading work skills of existing employees, training new employees of Nebraska businesses, and recruiting out of state employees to Nebraska. Eligible costs include tuition and fees, books and materials, facility rental, pre-and-post training participant costs, instructors and aides, and travel (recruitment projects). Applications are reviewed quarterly.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:21:25
              New Mexico Economic Development DepartmentJob Training Incentive ProgramNew Mexico employers creating new jobs as a result of expansion or relocation to the state of New Mexico.New MexicoGrant - Government: State50% to 75% of wagesRollingThe Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) funds classroom and on-the-job training for newly-created jobs in expanding or relocating businesses for up to 6 months. The program reimburses 50-75% of employee wages. Custom training at a New Mexico public educational institution may also be reimbursed. Jobs with entry wages that align with the High Wage Job Tax Credit are eligible for an additional 5% reimbursement; Companies that hire trainees who have graduated within the past twelve months from a NM institution of higher education or who are U.S. Veterans may be eligible for an additional 5% reimbursement above the standard ratesSee More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:21:33
              Black AmbitionMiami Digital Wearables Prize CompetitionMiami-based digital wearable company that is at least 51% owned by person(s) who identify as Black/African/African-American and/or Hispanic/Latino/a/Latinx; in business less than 5 years; less than $1M in annual revenue; No direct or indirect operating relationship with an existing large scale corporation, investment fund, or government agency Miami, FloridaPitch/Startup Competition$3,000 to $10,00011/21/2023The world of fashion and wearables has been recontextualized by the rise of the digital "avatar". This prize aims to award and empower creatives who have taken the leap to understand and work within this new medium of self-expression. Designs should focus on DIGITAL wearability, but special consideration will be given to those who are able to incorporate a PHYGITAL layer into their concept. Finalists will be invited to attend an awards ceremony at the BBC store during Art Basel week in Miami, FL.The grand prize winner will receive $10,000, the second place winner will receive $7,000, and the third place winner will receive $3,000.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:21:38
              New Jersey Economic Development AuthorityNew Jersey Manufacturing Voucher ProgramNew Jersey manufacturers seeking to purchase new equipmentNew JerseyGrant - Government: State$250,000.00RollingThe New Jersey Manufacturing Voucher Program is a $20,000,000 pilot grant program to assist New Jersey Manufacturers with accessing the manufacturing equipment they need to become more efficient, productive, and profitable. The pilot program will provide grants for a portion of eligible equipment costs, up to a maximum award amount of $250,000 per manufacturer.Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis and remain open until all funds are committed.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:21:45
              Missouri Technology CorporationInnovation, Development, and Entrepreneurial Advancement (IDEA) Fund - Seed Capital Co Investment ProgramMissouri early-stage, technology-focused businessesMissouri Grant - Government: State$500,000.00RollingThrough its IDEA Fund Co-Investment Program, MTC supports Missouri’s early-stage technology startups by making direct investments to develop technologies and create jobs across Missouri. The Seed Capital Program provides up to $500,000 of seed funding for the purpose of technology and business development. The IDEA Fund requires matching private funds.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:21:51
              Town of AhoskieAhoskie Facade Grant ProgramBusinesses in defined areas of Main Street in Ahoskie Ahoskie North CarolinaGrant - Government: State$2,000.001/13/2024The Façade Grant Program assists property and business owners located within the identified areas on Main Street to undertake storefront or building front improvements. These improvements can range from minor repairs and painting to substantial façade renovations on buildings used for commercial or office uses.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:21:55
              Connecticut Women’s Business Development CouncilIgnite Grant ProgramWoman-owned business headquartered in CT, registered in the state of CT and owned by a CT resident; in business for at least two years by 3/14/24 and with a record of annual sales/revenue in last twelve months greater than $25,000 and less than $2,000,000; currently using a digital bookkeeping systemConnecticutGrant - Foundation: Nationwide Focus$2,500 to $10,0003/14/2024The Ignite Grant Program is designed to help women-owned businesses grow. Grants between $2,500 and $10,000 will be awarded for clearly defined projects that will have a measurable impact on the business, its growth and profitability. Grants are awarded for clearly defined projects that will have a measurable impact on the business, growth, and profitability. Examples of use of funds include equipment, adding ecommerce to websites, technology that expands capacity, and training that expands service offerings.See More Details on Funder's Website02-19-202402-19-2024 6:43:53
              The City of OaklandCannabis Equity Grant ProgramOakland-based cannabis entrepreneursCaliforniaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$5,000 to $150,000RollingThe City of Oakland’s Cannabis Equity Grant Program utilizes funding from Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (“Go-Biz”) to provide grants to Oakland’s cannabis equity entrepreneurs. Click here for detailed Grant Program Overview. To receive grant funds, Equity Applicants must complete a grant application and undergo a business verification process. Grant amounts will be disbursed in tiers that are designed to help Equity Applicants build successful sustainable businesses. See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:22:22
              Office of International Development and International TradeAdvanced Industries Export Grant Colorado-based advanced industries technology businessesesColoradoGrant - Government: State$15,000.00RollingThe Advanced Industries Export Grant helps Colorado-based advanced industries technology businesses who want to export or are currently exporting. This grant is for small- and medium-sized businesses. It reimburses for international business development and marketing costs. Businesses can apply for up to $15,000 and up to 50% of the approved expenses.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:22:28
              Office of International Development and International TradeCannabis Business GrantColorado Cannabis businessColoradoGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Cannabis Business Grant is a funding opportunity for social equity cannabis businesses who have been awarded or are in the process of applying for a regulated business license from the Marijuana Enforcement Division. This program was developed to support cannabis entrepreneurs through access to capital to promote social equity, innovation, and job creation across the industry. Eligible businesses are divided into 2 categories based on their needs: foundational and growth. Multiple grant rounds will be available throughout the year. See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:22:34
              New York StateRFA 0181 - Source Water Buffer ProgramProjects that establish riparian buffers on farmland that borders critical water sources.New YorkGrant - Foundation: State FocusVariesRollingFunding for the program is provided through the Clean Water Infrastructure Act of 2017. Approximately $5 million is available to support the purchase of conservation easements and the implementation of buffer systems, which filter surface runoff or shallow groundwater to protect the water quality of New York State's aquifers, watersheds, reservoirs, lakes, rivers, and streams.See More Details on Funder's Website07-11-2023 1:22:45
              New York StateMinority- and Women-Owned Business (MWBE) Development & Lending ProgramMinority and Women Owned businessesNew YorkGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingTo provide financial assistance to minority- and women-owned business enterprises (MWBE) in the state, as well as to projects and programs that assist the development of entrepreneurship among minority persons and women in New York State.See More Details on Funder's Website07-11-2023 1:24:12
              Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) and San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) San Francisco Women’s Entrepreneurship FundSan Francisco woman-owned small business operating full-time (at least 32 hours/week) with at least 40 percent revenue in the city or at least $25,000 business net income; and an active relationship with a San Francisco nonprofit organization (funded by the city of San Francisco) that provides technical assistance to small businessesCaliforniaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$5,000RollingThe San Francisco Women’s Entrepreneurship Fund provides mini-grants of up to $5,000 to San Francisco women-owned small businesses for projects and upgrades that will have a transformative impact on the businesses’ ability to grow. Projects should entail investments in one of the following: Business operations improvements: marketing, financial/accounting, new equipment and/or technology, trainings, networking; or, Visual merchandising, space improvements, and marketing: window displays, lighting, signage, layout improvement, design changes, online marketing, trade shows, other marketing and customer acquisition opportunities.See More Details on Funder's Website02-09-202402-09-2024 2:37:23
              City of PhiladelphiaPHL Made GrantPhiladelphia manufacturers in business at least one yearPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$20,0004/15/24The purpose of this grant program is to support and encourage the growth of manufacturing companies located in Philadelphia and to promote innovation in the industry. The program is open to all eligible manufacturing companies in the city. For the purpose of this grant program, the manufacturing industry is defined as companies engaged in the production of goods through the use of tools, labor, and machinery and includes but is not limited to producing consumer goods, industrial goods and medical devices. Applicants should have a clear plan for how they will use the grant funds to improve their business operations, increase efficiency, and/or bring new products to market and be committed to creating and maintaining jobs in Philadelphia.See More Details on Funder's Website07-11-2023 1:24:43
              Texas Economic DevelopmentTexas Enterprise FundExisting businesses looking to open a business in TX, that will create over 25 high paying jobs.TexasGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) awards “deal-closing” grants to companies considering a new project for which one Texas site is competing with other out-of-state sites. The fund serves as a performance-based financial incentive for those companies whose projects would contribute significant capital investment and new employment opportunities to the state’s economy. Companies planning a new project including a facility opening or expansion, with significant projected job creation and capital investment, where a single site in Texas is actively competing with at least one viable out-of-state option.See More Details on Funder's Website01-26-202401-26-2024 1:13:43
              Kansas Department of CommerceKansas: Commercial Rehabilitation Grant Program 2023This program funds projects assisting private property owners in the rehabilitation of blighted structures to prevent the spread of blighted conditions.KansasGrant - Government: Local/Regional$300,00012/2/24The Kansas Department of Commerce Commercial Rehabilitation Grant Program funds projects assisting private property owners in the rehabilitation of structures to prevent the spread of blighted conditions.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-202402-21-2024 7:50:54
              Center for Regional Economic Advancement at Cornell University (CREA) and Empire State Development's Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR)SBIR/STTR Assistance ProgramNew York Companies applying for SBIR/STTRNew YorkGrant - Government: State$2,000RollingThe SBIR / STTR Assistance Program is a NYSTAR funded, CREA managed program that helps eligible companies hire a qualified SBIR / STTR proposal developer or consultant to assist in developing their proposal. The SBIR / STTR Assistance Program provides matching funding, up to a preset limit, to awarded companies - the matching structure will typically be 1:1.See More Details on Funder's Website07-11-2023 1:26:32
              Village of Gurnee, IllinoisTransformational GrantSmall business within the Village of Gurnee, IL that generates sales tax (or building owner that houses such business)Gurnee, IllinoisGrant - Government: Local/Regional$50,0004/30/24The Transformational Grant authorizes a designated Village committee the ability to award two (2) $50,000 1:1 matching grants to qualifying projects with a minimum capital investment of $100,000. Approved grants will be paid in arrears upon submittal of paid invoices and finalized permits. Transformational Grant funds are available for forward facing projects that have not yet started. Qualifying expenses include: Construction, interior or exterior; Parking lot improvements; Capital equipment of a permanent nature; Facade improvements; Awnings; Signage; Lighting - exterior; Plumbing, electrical, HVAC; Accessibility improvements; Carryout/Curbside pickup reconfigurations.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:27:13
              Missouri Department of Economic DevelopmentMissouri EB-5 Investor Visa ProgramIndividuals desiring to engage in new commercial enterprise in Missouri and create new jobs in rural areas or areas with high unemployment. Projects must meet investment thresholds. Missouri Grant - Government: StateVaries RollingProjects must have: 1. An investment of at least $1,000,000 into a new commercial enterprise that the applicant has established. 2. The definition of a new commercial enterprise includes: the creation of an original business, the purchase of an existing business and restructuring or reorganizing the business to the extent that a new commercial enterprise results, or expanding upon an existing business. 3. A demonstration that his/her investment will benefit the United States economy. 4. Creation of at least 10 new full-time employees.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 1:28:02
              Missouri Department of Economic DevelopmentMO STEP-UP Grant - Market Expansion ProgramMissouri small business, in business at least one year and operating profitably, exporting to at least one market, with demonstrated export sales potential and intentGrant - Government: State$17,50030 days prior to eligible activityThis program will reimburse between 50%-70% of eligible expenses such as trade show costs, trade missions, Dept. of Commerce subscription services, website translation, marketing media, and some travel expenses.See More Details on Funder's WebsiteFuture Fit: Business/Team Preparation Needed7/11/2023 1:28:38
              Colorado Small Business Development Center (SBDC) TechSourceCommercializationColorado-based women-owned, minority-owned, and/or rural-based science and technology businessesGrant - Government: State$1,000RollingThe Colorado SBDC has funding to help women-owned, minority-owned and/or rural-based science and technology businesses access private resources for assistance with SBIR/STTR proposal development. Preference will be given to first time applicants and those using service providers headquartered in Colorado. Awarded businesses must request an invoice from their service provider for the grant amount awarded. The invoice must be made out and provided to the SBDC TechSource program for payment. This can be in advance of services, if necessarySee More Details on Funder's Website02-05-20242/5/2024 3:13:39
              Missouri Small Business Development Center (SBDC)SBIR Phase 0 FAST GrantMissouri companies applying for SBIRGrant - Government: State$2,500RollingMissouri’s Small Business Development Center network is offering financial assistance to entrepreneurs who are interested in applying for SBIR funds. The network is offering a Phase 0 FAST Grant, which will provide entrepreneurs with up to $2,500 in grant writing assistance for Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant submissionsSee More Details on Funder's Website~100% Fit: Strong Fit7/11/2023 12:57:23
              University System of Maryland (USM)Maryland Momentum FundThe company must be located in Maryland and provide positive economic impact to the State of Maryland. Must have either 1) a founder or inventor (a substantial equity holder on par with the other founders) who is an employee, alum, or student from one of the 12 USM institutions; 2) company based on intellectual property (IP) from a USM institution; or 3) be located in a USM research park, incubator, or RISE zone.MarylandGrant - Government: Local/Regional$500,000.00RollingLaunched in 2016 with a $10 million commitment from the University System of Maryland (USM), the Maryland Momentum Fund invests in USM-affiliated companies to support entrepreneurism, catalyze outside investment in early-stage startups, and foster economic development and technology commercialization.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 12:16:01
              Wake County Economic DevelopmentWake County Business Development GrantBusinesses expanding in or relocating to Wake CountyNorth CarolinaGrant - Government: Local/RegionalVariesRollingWake County’s Business Development Grant offers a series of five tiers with investment and job thresholds for companies making major investments (minimum $5 million on new taxable investment and 25 jobs created). Special consideration may be provided for corporate, regional, or Fortune 500 companies’ divisional headquarters projects and large international companies. Grants range from 30% - 50% of the new tax growth amount. New or existing companies moving into Targeted Growth Area/Vulnerable Communities can receive a 35% incentive with a $2M investment and 20 new jobs. Additionally, for projects moving into the Research Triangle Park (RTP), Wake County allows for a reimbursement of the cost of the extension of water and sewer lines to within 5 feet of a building.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 12:59:13
              Partnership for Community DevelopmentRural Business Technology GrantsThis grant is open to farm- and forestry-based businesses in the towns of Hamilton, Lebanon, Eaton, Madison, and Brookfield, and the villages of Hamilton, Earlville, Madison, and Morrisville.New YorkGrant - Government: Local/Regional$1,000 to $10,000RollingA micro-grant program designed to use technology to help farm- and forestry-based businesses grow. Eligible projects will incorporate new technology into your business model to assist with logistics and marketing.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 12:59:27
              Idaho CommerceIdaho Global Entrepreneurial Mission ProgramApplicants must have an industry partner in their grant proposal as well as a university partner. The university partner must be affiliated with either the University of Idaho, Idaho State University, or Boise State University.IdahoGrant - Government: State$41,000 to $427,000TBA Q2 2024Several universities in Idaho have partnered with a grant organization to offer a unique and fruitful collaboration with business owners interested in Research and Development (R&D) of their new technologies or products. The Idaho Global Entrepreneurial Mission (IGEM) is able to invest in the development of new technology and support Idaho based University research centers simultaneously with its funding of the IGEM Grant Program.See More Details on Funder's Website01-30-20241/30/2024 10:59:12
              University of ToledoOhio Phase 0 SBIR/STTR ProgramThe Principal Investigator (PI) of the project must be a tenured or tenure track faculty member and must be employed at the University of Toledo on a full-time basis.OhioGrant - Government: State$8,000.00RollingThe University has announced it will offer support to members who wish to develop SBIR/STTR proposals. Ideally, the faculty members will use this as an opportunity to partner with local small businesses in the area and collaborate together in the development of the SBIR/STTR proposal. See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 12:59:47
              University of WyomingSBIR Phase 0 and 00 Grant ProgramMust be Wyoming based and be an applicant for a Phase I or Phase II SBIR grantWyomingGrant - Government: State$5,000.00RollingThe Phase 0/00 is a contract that can be used to attend SBIR conferences and workshops, communication with and travel to targeted federal agencies, consultant and mentor services for preparation of the Phase I/II proposal, proposal preparation and review, communications with potential customers, analyses to support test data preparation, acquisition of test data for inclusion in the Phase I/II proposal and other activities related to the Phase I/II proposal preparation. See More Details on Funder's Website01-31-20241/31/2024 12:50:57
              SC LaunchThe SC Launch SBIR/STTR Matching Grant South Carolina small businesses who have applied for and been awarded SBIR funding. The applicant company must be a SC Launch Client Company. However, the SC Launch Matching Grant program will accept new clients for the purpose of this grant.South CarolinaGrant - Government: State$50,000.00RollingThe SC Launch SBIR/STTR Matching Grant provides an incentive for new technologies to grow in South Carolina. And for existing companies to relocate within to the state. SC Launch matching grant program is a collaboration with the Industry Partnership Fund. And these two organizations are ready to support companies across several fields. Life sciences, information technology, and advanced materials and manufacturing are all eligible studies. See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 12:59:57
              BDC CapitalBDC CapitalCompanies in New EnglandNew EnglandOTHER - See notes for specifics$100,000 to $5,000,000RollingBDC Capital offers a wide range of financing solutions, including a line of credit to meet working capital needs, a term loan for the purchase of fixed assets, or a restructuring of existing debt. We can customize a financing plan that could include senior short term debt, senior long term debt, subordinated debt, mezzanine or private equity financing.See More Details on Funder's Website7/12/2023 1:34:28
              Empire State Development Corporation (ESDC)New York Ventures Pre-Seed and Seed Matching Fund ProgramEarly stage tech businesses registered in NY State that have raised $2M or less of dilutive funding New YorkGrant - Government: State$50,000 to $250,000RollingThis program offers early-stage start-up companies a 1:1 match on equity investments raised from the private sector, from $50,000 to $250,000. ESDC also offers the tools and key introductions needed to help companies reach the next level. The focus is on expanding access to venture capital across NY, particularly for underserved geographies and historically marginalized individuals and companies. Company must have its headquarters and at least one C-suite employee in NY State and raise matching funds from qualified private sector investors.See More Details on Funder's Website8/6/2023 2:58:47
              City of San AntonioSan Antonio SBIR/STTR Matching Grant ProgramSan Antonio-based small businesses that have been awarded an SBIR/STTR grantGrant - Government: Local/Regional$75,000RollingThe Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR / STTR) Matching Grant Program will support research-focused, San Antonio small businesses that have received a federal SBIR/STTR grant. Businesses may receive up to $50,000 for a Phase I grant and $75,000 for a Phase II grant.See More Details on Funder's Website8/7/2023 11:12:518/8/2023 11:52:18
              City of San AntonioSan Antonio Phase 0 SBIR/STTR GrantSan Antonio-based small businesses that is applying for an SBIR/STTR grantGrant - Government: Local/Regional$2,000RollingThe The Phase 0 SBIR/STTR Grant Program assists San Antonio-based companies to diffuse the costs of developing and submitting SBIR/STTR grant proposals. Applicants may be eligible to receive a grant of $2,000 per company. Funds may only be used to offset costs directly related to the creation and submission of a Phase I application proposal, including proposal preparation, project data development, and travel to meet with agencies and commercialization partners.See More Details on Funder's Website8/8/2023 20:52:268/8/2023 11:58:35
              Marion CountyMarion County Youth Wage GrantMarion County businesses with fewer than 35 employeesOregonGrant - Government: Local/Regional$4 per hour for each eligible youth employee6/30/2024Program funding is provided by a portion of Marion County's video lottery proceeds designated under state law for economic development activities. The program is retroactive to May 1, 2021, and concludes September 30, 2021. Business must provide a copy of a valid annual Youth Employment Certificate from the Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI); Employ a youth at least 14 but not older than 17, who is a resident of Marion County, Oregon; Provide documentation showing the employed youth performed work between May 1, 2021 through September 30, 2021;See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:40:25
              Wisconsin Center for Technology CommercializationSBIR Advance SBIR/STTR Matching GrantWisconsin based small business who have received A Phase I SBIR fundingWisconsinGrant - Government: State$75,000.004/10/2024WEDC created the SBIR Advance program to provide state match funding, training and other resources to Wisconsin businesses to advance the commercialization of SBIR/STTR-funded technology and expedite economic and job creation impact in Wisconsin. The program aims to fill critical funding gaps for activities such as market research, customer validation, patent development, business model development and regulatory assessment restricted under federal awards.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:40:37
              Rhode Island Science and Technology Advisory CouncilINNOVATE RI FUNDRhode Island-based companies applying for SBIRRhode IslandGrant - Government: State$3,0006/30/2024Provides grants of up to $3,000 to assist small businesses offset the costs associated with preparing a competitive Phase I SBIR/STTR application.See More Details on Funder's Website02-06-20242/6/2024 7:54:34
              Rhode Island Science and Technology Advisory CouncilInternship GrantFor-profit Rhode Island based-business with fifty (50) or fewer employees. For purposes of this program, a Rhode Island-based business is one that has its principal place of business and at least fifty-one percent (51%) of its employees residing in this state; Is primarily engaged in a biosciences or engineering field and can demonstrate its ability to conduct research in these fields. Rhode IslandGrant - Government: State$3,0006/30/2024Provides grants of up to $3,000 to assist companies offset the cost of providing internships and mentoring to RI residents attending a RI college or university.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:40:57
              Mass CECEQUITY WORKFORCE PLANNING AND CAPACITY GRANTSFor-profit entities such as for-profit training companies, trade associations, unions, or other coalitions of businesses and clean energy businessesMassachusetts Grant - Government: State$150,0006/30/2024MassCEC is a state economic development agency dedicated to accelerating the growth of the clean energy sector across the Commonwealth to spur job creation, deliver statewide environmental benefits, and secure long-term economic growth for the people of Massachusetts. MassCEC works to increase the adoption of clean energy while driving down costs and delivering financial, environmental, and economic development benefits to energy users and utility customers across the state.See More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 14:00:398/22/2023 7:41:06
              Massachusetts Clean Energy CenterInnovate MassSustainability innovatorsMassachusetts Grant - Government: State$250,0006/30/2024A robust, well-trained, and inclusive workforce is vital to achieving and sustaining the Commonwealth’s climate goals. Organizations that deliver career awareness, training, or business support programs can ensure that Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (MWBEs), fossil fuel workers, and individuals from Environmental Justice (EJ) Neighborhoods, low-income communities, or federally recognized or state-acknowledged tribes benefit from equitable access to climate-critical workforce opportunities. However, delivering such programs requires planning and resources that these organizations may not have.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:41:09
              The Beacon State FundThe Women-Owned Small Business Pitch CompetitionYour business is at least 51% owned, controlled, operated, and managed by a woman or women. Your business made $1,000,000 or less in revenue in 2020. Your business employed 15 or less in 2020. Your business must be registered in the State of Texas, and must have operated for more than 12 months.South Region, TexasGrant - Government: State$7,5007/31/2024The Beacon State Fund*, in partnership with the Governor's Commission for Women, is hosting a pitch competition and will select an awardee for each region of Texas. The women-owned small business pitch competition is made possible by Sempra Energy’s support of the Beacon State Fund.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:41:28
              The Beacon State FundThe Women-Owned Small Business Pitch CompetitionYour business is at least 51% owned, controlled, operated, and managed by a woman or women. Your business made $1,000,000 or less in revenue in 2020. Your business employed 15 or less in 2020. Your business must be registered in the State of Texas, and must have operated for more than 12 months.East Region, TexasGrant - Government: State$7,5007/31/2024The Beacon State Fund*, in partnership with the Governor's Commission for Women, is hosting a pitch competition and will select an awardee for each region of Texas. The women-owned small business pitch competition is made possible by Sempra Energy’s support of the Beacon State Fund.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:41:41
              The Beacon State Fund, the Governor's Commission for WomenWomen-Owned Small Business Pitch Competition-North RegionYour business is at least 51% owned, controlled, operated, and managed by a woman or women. Your business made $1,000,000 or less in revenue in 2020.. Your business employed 15 or less in 2020. Your business must be registered in the State of Texas. Must have operated for more than 12 months.TexasGrant - Government: State$7,500.007/31/2024The Beacon State Fund*, in partnership with the Governor's Commission for Women, is hosting a pitch competition and will select an awardee for each region of Texas. The women-owned small business pitch competition is made possible by Sempra Energy’s support of the Beacon State Fund.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:41:47
              The Beacon State Fund, the Governor's Commission for WomenWomen-Owned Small Business Pitch Competition-East RegionYour business is at least 51% owned, controlled, operated, and managed by a woman or women. Your business made $1,000,000 or less in revenue in 2020.. Your business employed 15 or less in 2020. Your business must be registered in the State of Texas. Must have operated for more than 12 months.TexasGrant - Government: State$7,500.007/31/2024The Beacon State Fund*, in partnership with the Governor's Commission for Women, is hosting a pitch competition and will select an awardee for each region of Texas. The women-owned small business pitch competition is made possible by Sempra Energy’s support of the Beacon State Fund.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:41:52
              The Penn State Berks Flemming Creativity, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CEED) Center STEM Business Idea ContestPenn State students, faculty members, recent alumni, and community teams PennsylvaniaGrant - Government: State$3,000.003/13/2024Each finalist team will receive a short training session on customer discovery and will be eligible for a $500 seed grant to further develop their idea. The selected teams will be invited to attend the Flemming CEED Center Customer Discovery Lab in spring 2022. After completing the Customer Discovery Lab, the teams will become eligible to receive a micro-grant of up to $3,000, which can be used for further customer discovery expenses. See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:42:06
              University of Maryland’s Maryland Industrial PartnershipUniversity of Maryland’s Maryland Industrial PartnershipMaryland-based companies that contract university-based research projects to help the companies develop new productsMaryland Grant - Government: State$90,000 to $100,0005/1/2024Promotes the development and commercialization of products and processes through industry/university research partnerships. MIPS provides matching funds to help Maryland companies pay for the university research.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 12:18:09
              CareerSource FloridaIncumbent Worker Training GrantsBe a “for-profit” company, or be a hospital operated by nonprofit or local government entities in the State of Florida. In operation for a minimum of one (1) year prior to the application date (as verified on sunbiz.org). Provide a description of how the training is related to the competitiveness of both the business and the employee receiving training. Demonstrate a commitment to retain or avert the layoff of employees receiving training.FloridaGrant - Government: State$100,000.006/30/2024The IWT Program was created for the purpose of providing grant funding for continuing education and training of incumbent employees at existing Florida businesses. This program covers training delivered by company employees or outside vendors. This is a first come, first served program. Applications will be accepted until funds are expended.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:42:40
              City of ChicagoThe Small Business Improvement Fund (SBIF)Owners of commercial and industrial properties within specific TIF districts to repair or remodel their facilities for their own business or on behalf of tenants. Eligible areas include Central West Madison/Austin Corridor, Avondale, 119th & I-57, 119th/HalstedIllinoisGrant - Government: State$150,000 to $250,0005/31/2024SBIF grants are provided as reimbursement to property owners after remodeling work is completed and expenses are paid. Residential property, residential components of mixed-use buildings, and property leased to chains and certain other businesses are not eligible for the program. Vacant business property is eligible, but grants are not paid until the space is occupied by a SBIF-eligible business tenant.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:42:46
              Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation (NSEDC)Small Business InitiativeEntrepreneurs in Norton Sound, AlaskaAlaskaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$50,000.00TBA 2025The NSEDC Small Business Initiative is aimed at identifying and funding business ideas that will stimulate and facilitate economic development in the Norton Sound region.After a series of reviews and interviews by an independent panel of judges, selected entrepreneurs present their ideas to the same independent judges in person for the opportunity to be awarded a grant of up to $50,000. The application period occurs every other year (during odd years). The Small Business Initiative application period will open again in 2023.See More Details on Funder's Website01-08-20241/8/2024 5:21:53
              City of Chicago and SomerCorSmall Business Improvement FundCommercial and industrial business located in Chicago’s TIF districts, industrial businesses must have 200 or fewer employees, commercial businesses must gross average annual sales under $9M for the prior 3 yearsChicago, IllinoisGrant - Government: Local/Regional$150,000.005/31/2024The City of Chicago’s Small Business Improvement Fund provides small businesses with reimbursable grants for permanent building improvement costs.Program participants can receive grants to cover between 30 percent and 90 percent of the cost of remodeling work, with a maximum grant of $150,000 for commercial properties and $250,000 for industrial properties. Applications will be accepted in phases based on location.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:43:03
              Massachusetts Life Sciences CenterMassachusetts Next Generation InitiativeWomen-led early-stage life science companies Massachusetts Grant - Government: State$60,000 to $90,0005/18/2024Women-led early-stage life science companies will be awarded a year-long customized package of support, which includes non-dilutive grant funding and access to a network of seasoned Executive Coaches from the life sciences ecosystem to refine their business strategies and effectively raise capital.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:43:09
              MassVenturesMassCEC Catalyst & Diversity in Cleantech Early Stage (DICES) ProgramResearchers and early-stage companies looking to demonstrate initial prototypes of their clean energy technologiesMassachusetts Grant - Government: State$65,000.003/18/2024MassVentures co-manages this grant program with the MassCEC. Catalyst/DICES provides grants of up to $65,000 to researchers and early-stage companies looking to demonstrate initial prototypes of their clean energy technologies. Additional grants are now earmarked for eligible woman-and minority-owned early-stage companies. This program seeks to advance innovation of clean energy technologies and help to transform new discoveries from the research stage into commercially viable technologies, through grant awards and business mentoringSee More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:43:15
              Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity-Workforce Development (LEO-WD)Going PRO Talent FundMichigan employersMichiganGrant - Government: State$2,000 per employee5/24/24The Going PRO Talent Fund (Talent Fund) makes awards to employers to assist in training, developing and retaining current and newly hired employees. Training funded by the Talent Fund must be short-term and fill a demonstrated talent need experienced by the employer. Training must lead to a credential for a skill that is transferable and recognized by industry. See More Details on Funder's Website01-08-20241/8/2024 1:19:57
              The Regional Development CorporationTechnology & Manufacturing (TEAM) FundFor-profit Manufacturing or Technology businesses in the counties of Sandoval, Santa Fe, Los Alamos, San Miguel, Mora, Rio Arriba or Taos. New MexicoGrant - Government: State$20,000.005/15/2024RDC’s Technology and Manufacturing (TEAM) Fund offers no-interest loans to manufacturing and technology-based companies. The fund supports growth-oriented companies who are on track to add jobs, grow revenues, and attract additional funding/investment.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:45:11
              North Dakota Department of AgricultureBioscience Innovation Grant (BIG) ProgramNorth Dakota business with at least two employees and documented sales of less than $2,500,000 North DakotaGrant - Government: Statevaries based on projectRollingThe purpose of the BIG program is to foster the growth of the bioscience industry in the state. Applicants should focus on the following areas: Crop genetics; Biofuels; Biomaterials;Biosensors and biotechnology in relation to food, nutrition, animals, humans, equipment, medical and health products and services; Medical diagnostics; Medical therapeutics; and Farm-based pharmaceuticals. Applicants must have a minimum of fifty percent match of the grant funds received.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:47:27
              Future Front Texas Creative Future of Texas FundWomen and LGBTQ+ creatives, small business owners, community leaders and emerging entrepreneurs in Central TexasCentral TexasGrant - Foundation: State Focus$10,000.007/7/2024We know that solo businesses, freelance workers and small mom-and-pops are often where women, LGBTQ and people of color start their creative and entrepreneurial journeys—and many of these ventures are community-focused, cultural and innovative. We also know that, in Texas, these leaders receive the least financial and visible support. That’s where the Creative Future of Texas Fund comes in. See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:47:46
              Iowa Energy Officeiowa Energy Center Grant ProgramIowa businesses with energy solutionsIowaGrant - Government: State$10,000 to $1,000,0003/23/24This competitive grant program provides grants to eligible applicants for projects that provide a benefit to Iowa ratepayers. Projects must aid in the implementation of one of the key focus areas of the Iowa Energy Plan: Technology-based Energy Research and Development; Energy workforce development; Support for rural and underserved areas; Biomass conversion; Electric grid modernization; Alternative fuel vehicles.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:48:26
              Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, KansasUG Small Business GrantSmall businesses (25 or fewer employees), that are primed for expansion and moving to the next level in business and job growth and located in traditional commercial corridors of Kansas City.Kansas City, KansasGrant - Government: State$1,000 to $10,0004/124The UG will provide grants of $1,000 to $10,000 to applicants in need of one or more of: Renovation costs; facade repair; inventory costs; equipment costs; or marketing. Applications are accepted every April 1st and August 1st.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 8:06:33
              New York State Energy Research and Development Agency (NYSERDA)NY Green Bank Eligible Purchaser PoolNew York based clean energy startupsNew YorkGrant - Government: StateVARIES6/10/2024 NY Green Bank (“NYGB”) is a nation-leading sustainable infrastructure and ESG investor. NYGB is seeking to create a pool (the “Eligible Purchaser Pool” or “EPP”) of pre-approved investors (“Eligible Purchasers”) that will be eligible to place bids to purchase NYGB-originated loans and investments that NYGB offers to sell from time to time. Through this RFP, NYGB seeks proposals from investors that meet the EPP Eligibility Criteria as defined in the solicitation.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:48:56
              New York Public Library and Wells FargoStart-Up NY Business Plan CompetitionStartups with all team members residing in Manhattan, the Bronx, or Staten Island. Businesses must be in the idea, model, or startup phase. If the business has revenue, it must be less than $10,000.New York CityPitch/Startup Competition$15,000.005/31/24The New York Public Library holds an annual New York StartUP! Business Plan Competition for New York-based startup entrepreneurs. Entrants can win $15,000 and gain practical insights about starting and growing a business while using the comprehensive small business resources at NYPL’s Thomas Yoseloff Business Center.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:49:01
              Arizona Commerce AuthorityArizona FAST ProgramArizone small businesses applying for SBIR/STTRArizonaGrant - Government: State$3,000.004/30/2024The Small Business Administration’s Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program is designed to support programs that advance innovative, technology-driven small businesses. The Arizona Commerce Authority has partnered with the SBA to facilitate the FAST program in Arizona. The grant enables startups to have more competitive bids for federally-funded innovation and research and development programs. See More Details on Funder's Website02-19-202402-19-2024 3:00:05
              Wisconsin Department of Health ServicesEmployer-Sponsored Blood DrivesWisconsin BusinessWisconsinGrant - Government: StateVaries3/31/2024The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) Chronic Disease Prevention Program (CDPP) is issuing the Employer-Sponsored Blood Drives Grant Funding Opportunity (GFO) to award grants to employers who apply to the department to organize blood drives. The employee blood donation must be voluntary, uncompensated, and of whole blood or specific blood components for use by a nonprofit blood bank organization. The blood drive must be defined as a function organized by a nonprofit blood bank organization in coordination with an employer that is open only to employees of the employer. The employer must retain documentation of each blood donation.See More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 7:52:49
              California Carpet Stewardship ProgramProduct Testing grantsTesting or certifying California-generated PCC materialCaliforniaGrant - Government: StateVaries8/8/2024Product Testing Grants support product testing, research and development, and similar market development activities to improve and enhance post‑consumer carpet (PCC) recycling and utilization of recycled content product manufacturing.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:53:56
              Montana Department of Labor & IndustryIncumbent Worker Training ProgramMontana businesses with fewer than 50 employees that has been operating at least one yearMontanaGrant - Government: State$1,000 to $2,000 per employee6/20/2024The Incumbent Worker Training (IWT) program is a grant funding resource, helping to offset a portion of skills-based training costs for incumbent (existing) workers employed by Montana's small business. Eligible training includes skills-based, certification (for an industry-recognized credential), soft skills training, or post-secondary/scholastic through an institute of higher educationSee More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:54:10
              New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce DevelopmentUpskill NJ Incumbent Worker TrainingNew Jersey employers seeking to train employeesNew JerseyGrant - Government: State50% of training costs up to $100,00011/30/24Grant funding will provide up to 50% cost reimbursement assistance to train incumbent frontline employees to meet the current and future occupational skill requirements of available high wage, middle- skill and high-skill jobs. The maximum reimbursement rate for Third-Party Training is $200 per clock hour. Eligible expenses include tuition fees, textbooks, software and examination/credentialing fees for training with measurable outcomes (not new-hire orientation or annual trainings).See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:55:41
              New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce DevelopmentOn-the-Job Training GrantsNew Jersey companies seeking to hire new employeesNew JerseyGrant - Government: State$10,000 per employeeRollingEmployers who hire for full-time positions that pay the state minimum wage or more are reimbursed 50% of the salary (capped at $10,000) for agreeing to provide training for a period of up to 26 weeks to an unemployed job seeker or a public assistance recipient. New hires must be NJ residents who are unemployed or facing imminent layoffs from their current employer. They either must be currently receiving unemployment benefits OR must have exhausted their benefits within the past 52 weeks OR must meet the criteria to be regarded as a dislocated worker.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:56:40
              New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce DevelopmentReturn & Earn Incentive ProgramNew Jersey companies with up to 100 employees seeking to hire new employeesNew JerseyGrant - Government: State50% of wages, up to $40,000RollingThe new Return and Earn program benefits employers and their new employees. Qualified employers receive a wage subsidy for six months, while unemployed workers reentering the workforce and receiving job training are eligible for a $500 incentive in their first paycheck. Employers will be reimbursed for 50% of the wages paid for regular hours worked during the contracted employer-provided training period. Employers can receive the wage subsidy for up to 6 months, up to the cap of $10,000 per Return and Earn employee and are limited to a total Return and Earn subsidy across all employees of $40,000.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:56:42
              Downtown Lynchburg AssociationLynchburg Launch LYHSmall businesses seeking to start or expand in Downtown LynchburgLynchburg, VirginiaGrant - Government: StateVaries2/9/2024The Downtown Lynchburg Association in Virginia is supporting new storefront businesses in the area through an upcoming grant program. The Launch LYH program includes $115,000 in funding, with the goal of filling vacant storefronts and helping small businesses start or expand in Downtown Lynchburg. The program will officially start in early 2023. See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 7:58:08
              Pfizer Global Medical GrantsIncreasing Awareness and Understanding of Transthyretin Cardiomyopathy (ATTR-CM) Medical, dental, nursing, allied health, and/or pharmacy professional schools; healthcare institutions (both large and small); professional associations and medical societies; medical education companies; and other entities with a mission related to healthcare professional education and/or healthcare improvement.United StatesGrant - Government: State$100,0005/4/24See More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 7:58:30
              City of ChicagoSMALL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT FUND (SBIF)Business properties located in a TIF district where SBIF funds are available and the SBIF is open for applications Commercial businesses with gross annual sales up to $9 million on average over the previous three years Commercial property owners with net worth up to $ 9 million and liquid assets up to $500,000 Industrial businesses with up to 200 full-time employeesChicagoGrant - Government: Local/Regional$150,000 to $250,0005/31/24Offered by the Department of Planning and Development (DPD) to tenants and owners of industrial and commercial properties, SBIF grants are funded by Tax Increment Financing (TIF) revenues in designated TIF districts citywide. Program participants can receive grants to cover between 30 percent and 90 percent of the cost of remodeling work, with a maximum grant of $150,000 for commercial properties and $250,000 for industrial properties. The grant, which is administered by SomerCor on the City’s behalf, does not have to be repaid.See More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 7:58:41
              Rhode Island CommerceRhode Island Minority Business Accelerator Programfor-profit organizations, nonprofits, trade associations, chambers of commerce, higher education institutions, and/or co-working space operators,Rhode IslandGrant - Government: StateVaries4/28/24translation services, training and assistance with a licensing process, and entrepreneurship and business start-up training.See More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 7:58:46
              New York Battery and Energy StorageNYS Supply Chain for Battery Cell ManufacturingNew York-based energy contractorsNew YorkGrant - Government: State$75,0005/3/24NY-BEST is seeking proposals to support the Supply Chain Program through acquiring the services of qualified consulting firms (Consultant) with experience in battery and energy storage technology to assist with a mapping exercise to identify companies and entities located in the State of New York and throughout the US either currently engaged and/or as potential suppliers producing materials, components, and sub-assemblies and/or performing services in support of production of batteries, battery modules and packs, and energy storage systems. This information will be used in subsequent analysis to define strengths, weaknesses and opportunities for further supply chain development efforts.See More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 7:58:56
              Founders First CDC and NEOO, the Center for Economic Inclusion Vanguard Accelerator Grants to support Black, Indigenous, and Latina Owned Businesses in MinnesotaIdentify as a Black, Indigenous, or Latina owned business Minimum of 3 years in business 3 or more full-time employees Business annual revenue between $75,000 to $3M Business located in the Minneapolis or St. Paul region Current business model Business-to-Business (B2B) only.Minnesota Grant - Foundation: State Focus$5,0005/16/24The fund will make investments of $5,000 each to ten Black, Indigenous, or Latina owned businesses Minneapolis or St. Paul region. See More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 7:59:00
              City of Grants PassCity of Grants Pass Sustainable Tourism Grant ProgramGrantee must be a registered business or non-profit organization Grantee must be located within the City Limits or Urban Growth Boundary of the City of Grants Pass Expenses must be Transient Lodging Tax (TLT) eligible Promotional funds focused on Attracting people from more than 50 miles away; Leading to overnight staysOregonGrant - Government: Local/Regional $2,500 to $5,0005/31/24Grants that focus on increasing tourism during off-peak periods, generate economic growth from tourists coming from outside a 50-mile radius, and provide increased economic benefit for local businesses and non-profit organizations are the most competitive. This program has a spring and fall cycle dependent upon available funds.See More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 7:59:05
              California Restaurant FoundationCalifornia Restaurants Care Resilience FundCalifornia-based restaurant owners with no more than five locations and less than $3 million in annual revenue (combined across all locations) are eligible to apply.CaliforniaGrant - Foundation: State Focus$5,0005/7/24California restaurants can apply for a $5,000 grant from the California Restaurant Foundation. The Restaurants Care Resilience Fund includes $2.1 million in funds from several California utility companies, including San Diego Gas & Electric, Southern California Gas, and Pacific Gas & Electric. See More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 7:59:09
              Northern New Mexico’s Regional Development Corporation Northern New Mexico RDC Micro-Grant ProgramTo qualify for grants, local businesses must have at least six months in business and be headquartered in Los Alamos, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe, or Taos counties.New MexicoGrant - Foundation: State Focus$3,0005/12/24Northern New Mexico’s Regional Development Corporation is providing grants of up to $3,000 to support local small businesses. To qualify for grants, local businesses must have at least six months in business and be headquartered in Los Alamos, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe, or Taos counties. The program will also prioritize funding for businesses in rural areas and those that haven't already received grant funds.See More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 7:59:13
              St. Paul's Center of Economic InclusionTwin Cities Vanguard FundBlack and Brown women entrepreneursMinnesotaGrant - Foundation: State Focus$5,0005/16/24t. Paul’s Center of Economic Inclusion is supporting Black and Brown women entrepreneurs throughout the Twin Cities through its Vanguard Accelerator and Fund program. The center recently announced a new funding round that will provide more than $400,000 in awards by this summer. Eligible businesses can apply for $5,000 grants and forgivable loans, along with training and technical assistance. This is the second iteration of the program, which originally launched in 2022 thanks to financial support from JP Morgan Chase, the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED), Founders First CDC, and NEOO Partners. May 16 is the application deadline for this funding round.See More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 7:59:17
              County of Fairfax VirginiaFairfax Founders Fundinnovative and/or disruptive product-focused technology enterprise; located in Fairfax County or the Towns of Herndon, Vienna, or Clifton, Virginia; raised no more than $1M; no more than $250,000 gross revenue in the 12 months; able to provide 50% matchVirginiaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$50,0005/22/24Brought to you by the Department of Economic Initiatives of Fairfax County, Virginia. The program provides grants of up to $50,000 to early-stage Fairfax County-based startups that are on a high-growth trajectory. The Department of Economic Initiatives is committed to supporting the growth and success of local businesses and helping to create a more diverse and inclusive economy in their community. Applications close on May 22, 2023.See More Details on Funder's Website01-23-202401-23-2024 2:17:13
              Pledge LAPledgeLA Founders FundOne or more co-founders should identify as a member of the Black and/or Latinx communities. LA Connection: Entrepreneurs and businesses based in Los Angeles CountyCaliforniaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$25,0006/11/24We're looking for companies led by Black and Latinx founders to be part of the 2023 PledgeLA Founders Fund Cohort, in partnership with Grid110. This is about more than funding – it’s about relationships and growth. We want investors across all of LA to invest more capital in Black and Latinx businesses.See More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 7:59:32
              Founders First Pennsylvania-New Jersey Job Creators Quest GrantPennsylvania or New Jersey business with 2 or more employees; for-profit company with annual revenues between $100,000 and $5M; founder identifies as Latinx, Black, Asian, Woman, LGBTQIA+, Veteran, or located in a Low-to-Moderate Income areaPennsylvania or New JerseyGrant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$4,0008/7/2024The Founders First Job Creators Quest Grant is one of many ways small businesses can apply for the capital needed to grow. As part of our mission to provide continued education to founders, all grant recipients also receive a scholarship to one of our acclaimed accelerator programs. Grant money can be used as growth capital to hire or rehire premium wage jobs. Cash infusion can be used to purchase, fix or enhance equipment necessary to help manage growth challenges and scale for the future. See More Details on Funder's Website01-19-20241/19/2024 3:54:40
              City of West ParkMom and Pop Small Business Grant All applying businesses must be located within the City of West Park . Business may not have more than seven (7) full-time employees. Business cannot be a part of a national chain. Business owner may not have no more than two (2) active businesses. The gross income for eligibility must be $250,000.00 or less Grant - Government: Local/Regional$3,0008/18/24The program is designed to assist all small businesses that have been licensed with the City of West Park and Broward County for at least two years. See More Details on Funder's Website7/10/2023 6:10:278/22/2023 8:00:11
              Bay Area Community Foundation 2023 Bay County ARPA Childcare Grant Program – MichiganTo be eligible, a childcare provider must: Be physically located in and provide services for Bay County and be a licensed childcare organization by the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) to conduct business in the State of Michigan Grant - Government: Local/Regional$5,000 to $25,0007/31/24​As a response to the negative impact noted in the study, these funds are available to assist eligible childcare providers in recovering from the effects of COVID-19 to increase the capacity and improve the quality of childcare in Bay County. See More Details on Funder's Website7/24/2023 7:08:578/22/2023 8:00:38
              Nashville Pitch CompetitionNashville Pitch CompetitionNAshville based startupsPitch/Startup Competition$10,0008/14/24RoadPitch and Blacks in Technology Foundation are teaming up to support black tech founders. On September 7th, RoadPitch will host BITCON's Pitch Competition in Nashville, where 5 founders will compete for $10,000 prize money.See More Details on Funder's Website7/31/2023 10:23:538/22/2023 8:01:06
              The Opelika Chamber of CommerceSmall Business Grant Program. Should employ 10 or fewer employees (two part-time = one employee). Must demonstrate a need for funding. Must not have received a grant through this program in the past 12 monthsGrant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$5,0008/18/24The Small Business Grant Program will be administered by a subcommittee of the Opelika Chamber Small Business Committee and will include diverse business owners and impartial participants who are ineligible to receive the grant for their own businessSee More Details on Funder's Website8/7/2023 9:23:538/22/2023 8:01:11
              Utah Department of Agriculture and FoodSpecialty Crop Block GrantProducers, schools, trade associations, non-profits, farmers markets, farming and ranching co-ops, etc. headquartered in Utah.UtahGrant - Government: State$90,000.00TBA February 2024Potential projects may include a broad range of focus such as improving marketing, research, training, certifications, food safety, pest control, plant health and beyond for specialty crops. Candidates must demonstrate the ability to enhance the competitiveness of Utah grown specialty crops and benefit more than one producer or organization.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 8:05:32
              Weber State UniversityWildcat Micro FundUtah entrepreneurs in Davis, Weber, Morgan and Box Elder counties in business less than 2 years, less than $30,000 in sales, and no funds from investorsUtahGrant - Government: Local/Regional$3,000.00Rolling Awarded funds through services are not a loan and we take NO ownership or equity. Apply multiple times, there's no total award cap.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 8:05:33
              Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development Kentucky Enterprise Initiative Act (KEIA) programAny KY business entity primarily engaged in manufacturing, non retail service or technology activities, agribusiness, headquarters operations, coal severing and processing, hospital operations, alternative fuel, gasification, energy-efficient alternative fuels or renewable energy production, carbon dioxide transmission pipelines, or in operating or developing a tourism attraction in Kentucky. Eligible company does not include companies where the primary activity to be conducted within the Commonwealth is forestry, fishing, the provision of utilities, construction, wholesale trade, retail trade, real estate, rental and leasing, educational services, food services, or public administration services.Kentucky, USAGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingAny business entity primarily engaged in manufacturing, non retail service or technology activities, agribusiness, headquarters operations, coal severing and processing, hospital operations, alternative fuel, gasification, energy-efficient alternative fuels or renewable energy production, carbon dioxide transmission pipelines, or in operating or developing a tourism attraction in Kentucky. Eligible company does not include companies where the primary activity to be conducted within the Commonwealth is forestry, fishing, the provision of utilities, construction, wholesale trade, retail trade, real estate, rental and leasing, educational services, food services, or public administration services. See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 8:06:39
              California Energy CommissionClimate Innovation ProgramCalifornia based clean energy businessesCaliforniaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe CIP will support the early development and scale-up of clean energy and climate change technology innovations and support economy-wide goals such as carbon neutrality by 2045. Providing up to $500 million for eligible projects, it gives a pathway for innovations to move from research institutions to the private sector for commercial scaling.See More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 5:07:5908-22-2023 8:07:57
              Idaho State Department of AgricultureSpecialty Crop Grant ProgramIdaho businessIdahoGrant - Government: StateVaries2/1/24Projects must enhance the competitiveness of U.S. grown specialty crops in either domestic or foreign markets and must provide a benefit to more than just the applicant. Specialty crops include fruits and vegetables, tree nuts, dried fruits, horticulture, and nursery crops, including floriculture. Projects may include, but are not limited to: Increasing child and adult nutrition knowledge and consumption of specialty crops ; Pest and disease control; Sustainability; Enhancing food safety; Developing new and improved seed varieties and specialty crops; Improving efficiency and reducing costs of distribution systems; Improving the capacity of all entities in the specialty crop distribution chain; Investing in specialty crop research, including research to focus on conservation and environmental outcomes See More Details on Funder's Website01-30-202401-30-2024 11:22:36
              California Energy CommissionThe Clean Transportation ProgramCalifornia based clean energy businessesCaliforniaGrant - Government: StateVaries6/27/24The CEC’s Clean Transportation Program announces the availability of up to $60 million in grant funds for projects that will increase in-state manufacturing of zero-emission vehicles (ZEV), ZEV components and batteries, and ZEV charging or refueling equipment. Requires 50% match.See More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 5:08:0108-22-2023 8:07:58
              North Carolina Department of CommerceSBIR/STTR Phase I Matching Funds ProgramNorth Carolina small business that has received SBIR/STTR funds; located in a Tier 1 or Tier 2 county, or a Tier 3 county and have not previously received matching funds AND have fewer than 4 employeesNorth CarolinaGrant - Government: State$75,0006/30/24The SBIR/STTR Phase I Matching Funds Program awards matching funds to NC businesses who have received a federal SBIR or STTR award. The goals of the Matching Program are to help NC companies bridge the funding gap period between the final Phase I payment and the first Phase II payment in the Federal Program, and increase the intensity of the research conducted under Phase I, making NC small businesses more competitive in the competition for Phase II funds.See More Details on Funder's Website02-01-202402-01-2024 2:02:10
              State of MissouriMissouri Child Care Innovation Start-Up GrantsMissouri child care businessesMissouri Grant - Government: StateVaries5/31/24Missouri is offering a new grant program to boost child care businesses across the state.. Grants require matching funds or in-kind contributions that come from other sources. And business owners must work with community partners to try and boost access to child care across their communities. Businesses must also complete all necessary licensing and inspection steps to qualify. TSee More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 8:08:18
              New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)Clean Hydrogen Innovation Co-Funding for Federally Funded Opportunities (PON 5322)New York companies that have submitted or are in the process of submitting a concept paper or proposal for federal funding related to the clean hydrogen projectNew YorkGrant - Government: State$400,000 to $2,000,0006/28/24This PON aims to provide NYSERDA co-funding to federally-funded projects in New York to increase the likelihood of successful product development and technology commercialization for clean hydrogen R&D projects in the state. Funding in this solicitation focuses on Clean Hydrogen Innovation in the following technical challenge areas: Challenge 1. Hydrogen applications to decarbonize industrial process heat; • Challenge 2. Clean hydrogen production and integration with renewable energy resources; • Challenge 3. Mitigation of nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions from hydrogen combustion; • Challenge 4. Hydrogen storage technologies for bulk storage and limited footprint areasSee More Details on Funder's Website08-22-2023 8:08:26
              New Castle County Chamber of Commerce’s Emerging Enterprise Center (EEC)Swim With the Sharks Pith CompetitionBusinesses within the are served by New Castle County Chamber of Commerce (New Castle, Kent, and Sussex Counties) in business less than 5 yearsPitch/Startup Competition$10,0008/1/24Join us for a high-impact event focused around the Delaware start-up and small business community with six interactive panel discussions, two keynotes, networking opportunities, genius bar with area experts and resources, and a $10,000+ pitch competition.See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 3:46:20
              The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government 2024 Infrastructure Stormwater Quality Projects Incentive Grant Program (Kentucky)Businesses, schools, churches and nonprofits located in Fayette County that pay the Water Quality Management Fee are eligible to apply for these grants.Grant - Government: Local/Regional$360,0007/28/24The Stormwater Quality Projects Incentive Grant Program has been established to assist property owners, businesses, and organizations in the implementation of projects that serve to improve water quality through innovation and education throughout Fayette County. See More Details on Funder's Website7/24/2023 7:08:468/22/2023 8:08:47
              Department of EnergySolar Ambassador PrizeCommunity-based organizations, nonprofits, and for-profit entities with an existing presence in Puerto RicoPitch/Startup Competition$15,0009/25/25Through the Solar Ambassador Prize, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will award a total of $3.5 million to up to 20 community organizations to help accelerate the installation of residential solar and battery storage systems on an estimated 30,000 – 40,000 homes across Puerto Rico.See More Details on Funder's Website8/22/2023 6:20:288/22/2023 12:31:01
              New York State Electric and Gas (NYSEG) and Rochester Gas & Energy (RG&E)Economic Development Innovation and Entrepreneurship ProgramInnovative early stage companies, located in or moving to New York, in a NYSEG/RG&E service area, that agree to locate in a recognized innovation zone/district or have a regional economic impact and/or footprint.Grant - Private Sector Funding (Fortune 1000+)$25,000RollingNYSEG and RG&E will provide one-time financial support designed to spur development of high growth potential companies by selectively and competitively awarding funds to early stage startup companies that agree to locate in a recognized innovation zone/district or have a regional economic impact and/or footprint. The awards are determined based on the technical and commercial opportunity of the business and will typically be made to pre-revenue companies at a proof-of-concept stage, with funding awards up to $25,000 with 50% matching funds. See More Details on Funder's Website8/31/2023 15:42:189/1/2023 2:16:22
              Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development - Launch TennesseeSBIR/STTR Matching FundMatching funds for SBIR/STTR awardeesTennessee Grant - Government: State$150,0008/15/2024The SBIR/STTR Matching Fund is a strategic initiative developed and administered by LaunchTN to advance the commercialization of technological innovations across the state. Applicants must have received an SBIR or STTR award in the previous year (July 1 through June 30). Companies receiving matching funds must remain headquartered in TN for 24 months. See More Details on Funder's Website9/6/2023 12:26:539/6/2023 3:26:53
              Oregon Department of AgricultureEquipment GrantsAgricultural producers or processors, or groups of agricultural producers and processorsGrant - Government: State$100,0002/29/2024Funds will support expanded capacity and infrastructure for the aggregation, processing, manufacturing, storing, transporting, wholesaling, and distribution of locally and regionally produced food products including specialty crops, dairy, grains for human consumption, aquaculture, and other food products, excluding meat and poultry. The Simplified Equipment-Only option is a Fixed Price Grant, meaning it will fund only equipment purchases (not associated facility upgrades, staffing, or other costs), and the amount awarded will be equal to the cost of the equipment up to $100,000. No match is required for this grant type.See More Details on Funder's Website9/15/20239/16/2023 1:19:41
              Office of International Development and International TradeBusiness Foundations Technical Assistance ProgramColorado small businessColoradoGrant - Government: State$1,200,000.00RollingThe Business Foundations Technical Assistance program provides technical assistance and small grants to Colorado small businesses to help businesses legally establish themselves. The program includes 3 required training paths for businesses to complete and receive a certification. Once completed, businesses may be eligible to apply for small grants of up to $1,200. At the end of the 3 training paths, participants will receive a certificate of completion after we review your uploaded documents. See More Details on Funder's Website9/16/2023 1:30:07
              Office of International Development and International TradeEmployee Ownership GrantColorado-headquartered small businesses interested in adding a broad-based employee ownership structure to their business. ColoradoGrant - Government: State$3,000.0011/3/2023Employee Ownership is a pathway to attract and retain top talent and create a built in succession plan for your business. The Colorado Employee Ownership Grant is available to Colorado-headquartered small businesses interested in adding a broad-based employee ownership structure to their business. The grant reimburses fees paid for professional services required to transition the business to a Colorado Employee Owned Business. The professional services covered by this grant include accounting, legal, business valuation, and business transition services.See More Details on Funder's Website9/16/2023 1:36:43
              Office of International Development and International TradeMeeting and Events Incentive Direct Support GrantBusinesses that are primary organizers or event hosts, hosting events in Colorado that take place on or before June 30, 2024.ColoradoGrant - Government: State$100,000.00June 30 annuallyThe Meeting and Events Incentive Direct Support Grant provides up to 50% of eligible direct support costs, not to exceed $200,000 for hosting events in Colorado that take place on or before June 30, 2024. Unlike the Meeting and Events Incentive Cash Rebate, this direct support grant is for events that affect multiple counties and demonstrate the potential to have a significant impact to the local economy.See More Details on Funder's Website9/16/2023 1:39:34
              New Mexico Economic Development DepartmentAdvanced Energy Award Pilot ProgramNew Mexico based energy companiesGrant - Government: State$250,000 to $1,000,000Rollingthat demonstrate the potential to develop or advance a unique product or service in the advanced energy field, commonly defined as technology and innovation that makes energy use cleaner, safer, more secure and more reliableSee More Details on Funder's Website9/18/2023 7:05:549/18/2023 10:08:05
              HEET Massachusetts Kickstart Massachusetts Grants Must be physically located within one of the 351 municipalities in Massachusetts Must be able to receive and hold funding in business or organization account OR provide proof of fiscal sponsorshipGrant - Foundation: State Focus$50,00012/1/23Kickstart Mass will also help foster community engagement and education around the benefits of networked geothermal and how these systems work in homes and businesses. HEET will monitor progress on the feasibility studies and help support successful outcomes by connecting grant recipients to resources.See More Details on Funder's Website9/19/2023 6:49:029/19/2023 9:57:21
              Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO)Illinois SBIR/STTR Matching Grant ProgramIllinois business that has received an SBIR/STTR Phase I award, which is still open and active, and that has not yet applied for Phase IIIllinoisGrant - Government: State$50,000.006/30/2024DCEO is currently accepting applications from businesses who have received a Phase I federal SBIR/STTR grant award. Applicants are eligible to receive up to $50,000 in matching grants, with the option to re-apply and receive up to five awards for each federal Phase I award received (one per fiscal year). Awards will be granted on a first-come-first-serve and rolling basis. See More Details on Funder's Website9/26/2023 10:43:03
              Colorado Office of Economic Development and International TradeEarly Stage Capital and Retention GrantColorado companies with a disruptive technology, at least 50% of employees based in CO, less than $10M in revenue, less than $10M in grants and/or investments, completed prototype or technical validation, able to provide 2:1 non-state to state matching funding.ColoradoGrant - Government: State$250,000.009/1/2024The Advanced Industries Early-Stage Capital and Retention Grant helps Colorado-based advanced industries technology businesses develop and commercialize advanced technologies that will be created or manufactured in Colorado. Projects can receive up to $250,000. This grant award maximum can be lifted for projects that impact more than one advanced industry. Eligible sources of matching funds include a third party investor, federal granting organization, and company revenues. See More Details on Funder's Website9/28/2023 9:13:03
              The New York State Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) Energy Efficiency and Clean Technology TrainingNew York-based businesses in the energy industry such as manufacturers and equipment suppliersNew YorkGrant - Government: State$50,000 and $500,0009/14/2024Projects funded through this PON are intended to develop and/or deliver training, hands-on experience, and job placement assistance, ensuring that new and existing workers have the skills businesses need, and reducing the risk and expense associated with recruiting, onboarding, training, and retaining workers. Projects will also assist workers by reducing employment barriers and creating pathways to quality jobs.See More Details on Funder's Website9/28/2023 9:13:10
              Quad County Business SummitQuad Tank PitchBusinesses from the counties of Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, Madison, Orange, and others from Central VirginiaVirginiaGrant - Government: State$8,000.009/16/2024The highly anticipated QuadTank is a highlight of the Quad County Business Summit. Up to four finalists compete for the winner take all grand prizeSee More Details on Funder's Website9/28/2023 9:13:16
              JobsOhioJobsOhio R&D Center GrantFacilitates the creation of corporate R&D centers in Ohio to support the development and commercialization of emerging technologies and products.Grant - Government: Local/RegionalVariesRollingThe JobsOhio Research & Development (R&D) Center Grant Program was created to facilitate new strategic corporate R&D centers in Ohio. Such R&D Centers will support the development and commercialization of emerging technologies and/or products that align with one or more of JobsOhio’s targeted industries.See More Details on Funder's Website10-03-2023 10:17:2110-03-2023 1:17:48
              The Montana Department of Commerce Tribal Tourism Grant Native-owned small business in MontanaGrant - Foundation: State Focus$50,00011/30/23Tourism is one of Montana’s leading industries. According to estimates by the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research at the University of Montana, 12.5 million visitors added over $5 billion to the state’s economy in 2021. And the impact isn't only limited to hotels and car rentals — it includes businesses of all kinds, such as artisan entrepreneurs featured at Made in Montana, Grown in Montana and Native American Made in MontanaSee More Details on Funder's Website10/3/2023 7:54:4910/3/2023 10:59:52
              The Regional Development CorporationMicro-Grant FundSmall businesses in the counties of Sandoval, Santa Fe, Los Alamos, San Miguel, Mora, Rio Arriba or Taos. New MexicoGrant - Government: State$500 to $3,0005/12/24RDC’s Micro-Grant Fund provides a small infusion of capital that helps businesses diversify, sustain or grow revenue, leverage other investments; and put systems in place that lead to growth and create job opportunities. The RDC provides technical support and information on other funding opportunities to all applicants, regardless of whether or not they are awarded funding.See More Details on Funder's Website10/10/2023 3:29:29
              Tillamook Coast Visitors AssociationTourism Marketing GrantsTillamook County tourism-related businesses and nonprofits OregonGrant - Government: Local/Regional$5,00011/15/23Eligible businesses include retail stores, restaurants, lodging, outdoor recreation, food producers and nonprofits that conduct tourism-related programs. Considerations include whether the project supports sustainable tourism and whether the goals and budget are realistic.See More Details on Funder's Website10/5/2023 7:12:5910/10/2023 8:16:55
              Tillamook Coast Visitors AssociationManzanita’s Off-Season Marketing GrantOff-season tourism-related businesses and nonprofits OregonGrant - Government: Local/Regional$2,00011/15/23Manzanita’s Off-Season Marketing Grant is returning this year after a pause during Covid. This $20,000 fund will also launch Oct. 1. Tourism businesses and nonprofits operating in the city of Manzanita can apply for up to $2,000.See More Details on Funder's Website10/10/2023 8:18:57
              Tillamook Coast Visitors AssociationRockaway Beach Marketing GrantRockaway Beach tourism-related businesses and nonprofits OregonGrant - Government: Local/Regional$3,00011/15/23Rockaway Beach offers a marketing grant, as well. Applicants that own tourism-related businesses and nonprofits are eligible for up to $3,000. The $30,000 fund is available Oct. 1, with a deadline of Nov. 15.See More Details on Funder's Website10/10/2023 5:16:2010/10/2023 8:19:00
              Tillamook Coast Visitors AssociationRockaway Beach Façade Improvement GrantRockaway Beach businesses and nonprofits seeking to improve facadesOregonGrant - Government: Local/Regional$20,00012/15/23In addition, the City of Rockaway is rolling out a new façade improvement grant for 2023-24. Their $200,000 pot of funds is for businesses serving visitors in the Rockaway Beach area. Eligible applicants must operate in the Rockaway Beach area or serve visitors in the Rockaway Beach area, and be a business serving visitors and the tourism industry. Maximum grant amount is $20,000.See More Details on Funder's Website10/10/2023 8:21:17
              Tillamook Coast Visitors AssociationTourism-Related Facilities GrantTourism-related facilities projectsOregonGrant - Government: Local/Regional$75,00012/15/23A separate $400,000 grant is made possible by the portion of transient lodging tax funds overseen by the Tillamook County Board of Commissioners. Applicants can ask for up to $75,000 for tourism-related facilities projects. The grant process, managed by TCVA, opens Oct. 1 and has a Dec. 15 deadline for submission.See More Details on Funder's Website10/10/2023 8:21:20
              King County Department of Local ServicesStorefront Repair ProgramEligible business types include retail, grocery, food service, medical, and professional service businesses, among others with 10 employees or lessGrant - Government: Local/Regional$5,00012/31/23King County, Washington, is overseeing a new grant program to support small businesses that have experienced vandalism or break-ins. The King County Department of Local Services Storefront Repair Program is open to businesses in unincorporated parts of the county with ten employees or less.See More Details on Funder's Website10/10/2023 5:36:2110/10/2023 8:37:32
              State of Rhode Island Governor's Workforce BoardIncumbent Worker Training GrantsRhode Island BusinessRhode IslandGrant - Government: State$30,000.00RollingThe Incumbent Worker Training Grant Program is designed to help employers remain competitive and help workers maintain and advance in their careers. It provides a 50% or 75% reimbursement for eligible costs on eligible training activities. See More Details on Funder's Website10-10-2023 9:28:1410-10-2023 12:28:12
              State of Rhode Island Governor's Workforce BoardNursing Facility Training GrantsLicensed nursing facilities provide enhanced healthcare training for employees.Rhode IslandGrant - Government: State$30,000.00RollingThe Nursing Facility Training Grant Program was established pursuant to Rhode Island General Laws § 23-17.5-36 and is designed to help licensed nursing facilities provide enhanced healthcare training for employees. The program is intended to support behavioral health care, dementia care, and/or training(s) that otherwise improve quality of care for patients/residents with cognitive impairments. It provides a 100% cost reimbursement for eligible costs on eligible training activities. Licensed nursing facilities that meet the eligibility requirements outlined in the program guide may apply.See More Details on Funder's Website10-10-2023 9:28:1510-10-2023 12:28:13
              State of Rhode Island Governor's Workforce BoardNon-Traditional Apprenticeship IncentiveRhode Island Business offering apprenticeships that are registered with the Department of Labor and Training that are outside of the construction trades.Rhode IslandGrant - Government: State$5,000.00RollingThe Non-Traditional Apprenticeship Incentive Program provides an incentive payment of $1,000 per non-trade apprentice registered after the completion of the required probationary period. Employers are eligible for up to $5,000 in monetary incentives within any 12-month period. See More Details on Funder's Website10-10-2023 9:28:1410-10-2023 12:28:13
              Red Letter GrantRed Letter Grant - Spring 2023 RoundWomen in western Wisconsin who want to start a NEW business. Existing women-owned businesses looking to expand may apply, but preference is given to applicants in the start-up phase (in business 3 years or less)Buffalo, Clark, Chippewa, Dunn, Eau Claire, Jackson, Pepin, Pierce, St. Croix, and Trempealeau Counties, Wisconsin.Grant - Foundation: State Focus$2,0004/24/2024Red Letter Grant is a non-profit, governed by a Board of Directors made up of women entrepreneurs and community leaders throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota. Up to four $2,000 grants are awarded each spring and fall to support and empower female entrepreneurs.See More Details on Funder's Website10-10-2023 12:28:37
              Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation (KSEF)SBIR Micro AwardsKentucky small businesses applying for SBIR and that that anticipates expenses related to the support of a successful SBIR/STTR application.Grant - Foundation: State Focus$5,000RollingThe microAward program is intended to assist Kentucky-based small-businesses that anticipate expenses related to the support of a successful SBIR/STTR application. Companies may submit $5,000 worth of eligible expenses for reimbursement. The most common use of funds included consultant expenses related to SBIR/STTR proposal writing and review, materials for R&D studies, costs related to trainings and conferences, and consultant expenses for market and customer research.See More Details on Funder's Website9/24/2023 12:04:4010/10/2023 12:29:06
              Massachusetts Center for Advanced Manufacturing at the MAss TEch CollaborativeMassachusetts Manufacturing Innovation Initiative (M2I2) - Capital Purchase GrantsManufacturers with operations in Massachusetts, partnering with a Massachusetts Institute of Higher EducationGrant - Government: StatevariesRollingGrants are available for capital purchases only. Examples include expenditures for the purchase of equipment and the development of new technology platforms or systems, the acquisition of land and existing facilities, construction of new buildings and the renovation of existing buildings. Such capital expenditures may also include salaries of staff directly engaged in planning and managing capital projects to the extent such expenditures are capitalizable under GAAP. Applications that include elements that contribute to geographic, social, racial and economically equitable outcomes will be viewed favorably.See More Details on Funder's Website9/24/2023 12:09:5310/10/2023 12:29:10
              Massachusetts Center for Advanced Manufacturing at the MAss TEch CollaborativeMassachusetts Manufacturing Accelerate Program (MMAP)Massachusetts-based small to medium sized manufacturers collaborating with a non-profit, institution of higher education (community college or above), or quasi-public entity legally organized in Massachusetts to receive funding. $200,00011/3/23The Commonwealth’s MMAP program aims to help Massachusetts-based small to medium-sized manufacturers prepare their businesses to meet the demands of Industry 4.0 and the manufacturing of new technologies and innovations that align with key industries in the Commonwealth. Grant funding can be used for capital expenditures under GAAP. All Massachusetts manufacturers are welcome to apply but the following industries will be prioritized: Robotics and automation, additive manufacturing, cybersecurity, sustainable manufacturing processes; microelectronics, defense and aerospace, and electrification technologies. See More Details on Funder's Website9/24/2023 12:09:5610/10/2023 12:29:14
              Empire State Development Corporation Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR)Center for Advanced Technology in Big Data and Health Sciences (UB CAT) Life science or Big Data company with a NY state-registered operational location and at least one FTE employee in New York State, and a commitment from a UB principal investigatorOTHER - See notes for specifics$150,000RollingThe UB CAT is a competitive, non-dilutive cost-sharing grant that funds collaborative, product development R&D projects for life science companies with an operational location in New York State. CAT projects are performed in collaboration with a UB Principal Investigator or Core Facility, with the purpose of developing and/or validating a new product with commercialization potential for the company.See More Details on Funder's Website10/5/2023 7:12:5810/10/2023 12:29:20
              The NYS Center of Excellence in Healthy Water Solutions (HWS)Seed Grant Program collaborative research projects between small businesses and faculty at Clarkson University and SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry (ESF).$50,000RollingThe HWS Seed Grant Program is a valuable resource for small businesses that are working to develop innovative solutions to water-related challenges. The program provides funding and support to help small businesses bring their ideas to market.See More Details on Funder's Website10/11/2023 10:57:3510/11/2023 1:58:08
              University of RochesterI-Corps I-Corps participants Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$3,000RollingLocal teams transition their ideas, devices, or processes into the marketplace. Provides participants with advice, resources, training, and networking opportunities, funding to further their research or development processes. Site graduates can apply to I-Corps Teams National Program, which awards grants of up to $50,000See More Details on Funder's Website10/11/2023 11:45:2410/11/2023 2:46:45
              Cornell UniversityPropelus I-CorpsI-Corp participantsNew YokGrant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$3,000RollingRegional and national training courses with NSF funding to help researchers get out of the lab and explore the market potential of their discoveries.See More Details on Funder's Website10/11/2023 11:43:0410/11/2023 3:13:29
              University at BuffaloI-Corps I-Corps participants Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$5,000RollingThe I-Corps program at University at Buffalo provides resources to teams in the form of curriculum on market assessment, entrepreneurial mentoring, and other assets needed to transition ideas, devices, processes or other intellectual activities into the marketplace. In this program, teams will get out of the laboratory/university and engage in conversations with a variety of people connected to the deployment and use of the technology, product or service.See More Details on Funder's Website10/11/2023 11:44:1810/11/2023 3:13:30
              I-Corps Hub WestCentral Coast I-Corps Hub (CCI-Hub)I-Corps participants Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$5,000RollingApplicants will gain a broad introduction to Lean Startup Methodology and the business model canvas, identify customers and refine the value proposition through practical exercises.See More Details on Funder's Website10/11/2023 12:11:5110/11/2023 3:13:32
              Great Lakes I-Corps HubGreat Lakes I-Corps HubI-Corps participants Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$5,000RollingThe National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps (I-Corps™) program uses experiential education to help researchers gain valuable insight into entrepreneurship, starting a business, or industry requirements and challenges.See More Details on Funder's Website10/11/2023 12:13:4910/11/2023 3:13:56
              Gulf Coast I-Corps HubGulf Coast I-Corps HubI-Corps participants Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$5,000Rollinghe NSF Innovation Corps (I-Corps™) is a set of activities and programs that prepares scientists and engineers to extend their focus beyond the laboratory and broadens the impact of select, NSF-funded, basic-research projects. The approach to entrepreneurship uses techniques developed to validate each commercial opportunity in a recognized, effective way: customer and business model development.See More Details on Funder's Website01-31-20241/31/2024 3:30:00
              Heart of America I-Corps HubHeart of America I-Corps HubI-Corps participants Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$5,000Rollinghe NSF Innovation Corps (I-Corps™) is a set of activities and programs that prepares scientists and engineers to extend their focus beyond the laboratory and broadens the impact of select, NSF-funded, basic-research projects. The approach to entrepreneurship uses techniques developed to validate each commercial opportunity in a recognized, effective way: customer and business model development.See More Details on Funder's Website10/11/2023 12:15:3410/11/2023 3:15:42
              Mid-Atlantic I-Corps HubMid-Atlantic I-Corps HubTeams from regional universities, federal labs/agencies, and from the general community with technology-based innovations to test in the market, and that has received an NSF award that is currently active or has been active within the last 5 years. Teams without an NSF award may apply with a recommendation (see notes)Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$5,000RollingThe I-Corps Mid-Atlantic Hub is a collaboration of 10 large research institutions spanning North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Pennsylvania. The I-Corps curriculum provides a real-world, hands-on, immersive learning experience about how to transform innovations into successful products and service. The team will be engaged with industry; talking to customers, partners, and competitors; and encountering the chaos and uncertainty of transforming innovations into successful commercial opportunities. The program will force you to get out of your laboratory, university, or garage – and will often push you beyond your comfort zone. Participation establishes a path to NSF’s I-Corps national program, which provides grants of $50,000 for customer discovery, and subsequent opportunities for SBIR grants.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 12:18:43
              Northeast I-Corps HubNortheast I-Corps HubI-Corps participants Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$5,000RollingResearchers build relationships and gain skills in an inclusive, welcoming environment. All programs are free.See More Details on Funder's Website10/11/2023 12:24:3710/11/2023 3:24:43
              Pacific Northwest I-Corps HubPacific Northwest I-Corps HubI-Corps participants Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$3,000RollingI-Corps Hub: Desert and Pacific Region is a technologically sophisticated and deeply networked partnership spanning five states from the Desert region of the West to the Pacific, to increase economic competitiveness and societal benefit through advancing innovative, university-developed, research-based deep technology venture products and services to local, regional, and national markets.See More Details on Funder's Website02-13-20242/13/2024 5:40:13
              Rocky Mountain I-Corps HubInnovation Corps at MinesI-Corps participants Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$5,000RollingThe Colorado School of Mines is a proud affiliate of the Western Innovation Corps Hub, one of only ten National Science Foundation Innovation Corps (I-Corps) National Hubs, in a partnership between UCLA, USC, and CU Boulder. Our collaboration extends to Caltech, UC Riverside, University of Utah, and University of New Mexico.See More Details on Funder's Website10/11/2023 12:28:3010/11/2023 3:28:36
              Southwest I-Corps HubSouthwest I-Corps HubI-Corps participants Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$5,000RollingThe NSF I-Corps™ Hub: Southwest fosters entrepreneurial thinking in academic research to create a thriving innovation ecosystem throughout the region. As a part of the National Science Foundation’s National Innovation Network, the hub fosters collaboration between leading research institutions to educate, support, and connect academic researchers to entrepreneurial opportunities.See More Details on Funder's Website10/11/2023 12:31:1210/11/2023 3:31:12
              Texas I-Corps HubTexas I-Corps HubI-Corps participants Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$5,000RollingThe Texas Tech University (TTU) I-Corps Program is currently seeking to enroll new participants in a National Science Foundation (NSF) supported program designed to foster science and technology entrepreneurship. This program is open to students, faculty, staff, and members of the Amarillo community who are solving problems to make the world a better place.See More Details on Funder's Website10/11/2023 12:31:4010/11/2023 3:31:41
              Brooklyn Public Library and Dime Community BankPowerUP Business Plan CompetitionEntrants must be 18 years of age or older, live in Brooklyn and plan to start a business in Brooklyn.Brooklyn, New YorkPitch/Startup Competition$1,000 to $20,0004/30/24Each year, PowerUP awards $40,000 in seed capital to 8 finalists and an additional $1,000 to the audience favorite. Our success stories include more than 100 companies with passion for food and drink, health and wellness, arts and crafts, media and fashion, education, social justice, and cultural diversity –everything that makes Brooklyn great. See More Details on Funder's Website10/11/2023 7:10:25
              Urban Future Lab, New York Community Trust, and New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)Urban Future Prize CompetitionNew York early stage startups addressing climate change that have revenue and have raised less than $5MNew YorkPitch/Startup Competition$50,000.005/7/24Each year, the Urban Future Prize Competition seeks to find the brightest climate tech startups and award two winners with $50,000 cash prizes. Winners also receive admission into the Brooklyn ACRE Incubator, NY's longest-running and most successful climate tech program. Startups must address climate change through innovations in HVAC; Buildings and Urban IoT and Sensor Networks; Energy Efficiency; Lighting; Controls; Urban Infrastructure and Resilience; Cement, Steel, and Building Materials; Smart Grid; Renewable Energy; Grid Flexibility; Energy Distribution and Storage; Enabling Financing Solutions; Circular Economy; Transportation and Mobility, and other related topics.See More Details on Funder's Website10/11/2023 7:10:56
              Child Care Aware of MinnesotaReetain bonuses-The Child Care Center ApplicationLicensed childcare providers in Minnesota that work with children at least 30 hours per week and that have been in their position for at least one year.Minnesota Grant - Foundation: State Focus$1,000 to $3,501RollingREETAIN Bonuses reward early childhood educators who have demonstrated a commitment to the field by continuing their education and professional development. REETAIN Bonuses can be used for program supplies, training, or personal expenses.See More Details on Funder's Website10/11/2023 7:11:38
              Arizona Commerce AuthorityArizona Innovation ChallengeCompanies located in or moving to Arizona; at least 2 but no more than 29 employees; less than $10,000,000 in net assets (not including capital from investors); must have or be moving towards commercialization of a unique, innovative technology or a scientific solution to a marketplace issue(s) in one of the following: Advanced Materials; Advanced Manufacturing; Aerospace / Defense; Bio / Life Sciences; Clean-tech / Renewable Energy; IT- Hardware; IT – Software.ArizonaGrant - Government: State$150,0008/31/24The Arizona Innovation Challenge, one of the largest business plan competitions in the country, is designed to advance innovation and technology commercialization opportunities in Arizona by assisting early-stage ventures to scale. Up to ten companies are selected to join the portfolio in each round and are required to complete the Venture Ready Accelerator program, a rigorous process designed to provide mentorship and training as they continue to scale. AIC awardees will unlock their award grant funding by successfully completing standard milestones as part of the Venture Ready Accelerator. AIC awardees can receive up to $150,000 in non-dilutive funding by participating in Venture Ready Accelerator.See More Details on Funder's Website9/28/2023 12:34:4110/11/2023 7:13:26
              The Mighty Arrow Family FoundationThe Mighty Arrow Family FoundationSmall businesses in the western US with more pinpoint focus on the Bay Area of California, Colorado, and the Inter-mountain West.$25,000 to $50,000RollingWe evaluate and administer grants and investments in the four broad focus areas of Climate Change, Food Systems, Land & Water, and Social Justice. We often give general operating grants because we acknowledge that the best people to decide how to use our philanthropic dollars are those that are doing the actual work.See More Details on Funder's Website10/17/2023 10:15:2210/17/2023 1:16:23
              Prairie Creek Partners Charitable FoundationThe Small Business Grant ProgramDallas/Fort Worth area small business$25,000RollingThe Prairie Creek Partners Charitable Foundation offers a variety of grants, including one specifically for small businesses. The Small Business Grant Program provides grants of up to $25,000 to small businesses in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The grants are awarded to businesses that are working to create jobs, improve the community, or expand their operations.See More Details on Funder's Website10/17/2023 10:32:1510/17/2023 1:32:41
              The Wayne Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) The Startup Pitch Competition All Wayne County residents with a business in the concept stage, or with less than three years in operation, and less than $250,000 in annual revenue.New YorkPitch/Startup Competition$5,000 to $20,0006/26/2024Participants are required to submit an executive summary of their business plan, three-year financial projections, and evidence of attending at least one SCORE workshop along with the standard application form and fee.See More Details on Funder's Website10/24/2023 3:21:01
              Texas Woman's UniversityStartHER GrantWomen owned businessUnited StatesGrant - Government: State$5,000.0010/20/2024Looking for help to start your own business? Want to expand an existing business and need resources to do so? The CWE’s StartHER Grant Program helps women business owners—current or aspiring—to undertake new and innovative projects. A total of 25 business owners will be selected to each receive a $5,000 grantSee More Details on Funder's Website10/24/2023 3:21:50
              Pike's Peak Workforce CenterEmployee Development FundsPike's Peak-based businesses raining employeesColoradoGrant - Government: Local/RegionalVaries8/4/2024A business may receive Employee Development funding for workers so they may gain training leading to an industry-recognized credential or pursue training that leads to an in-demand or growth occupation.See More Details on Funder's Website10-26-2023 3:19:16
              State of MarylandProject Restore Grant- Business Operations GrantsA Maryland business MarylandGrant - Government: StateFor businesses that generate sales and use tax, provides up to $250,000 per calendar year to support capital (property improvements, equipment etc.) and operating (staff salaries, marketing, inventory etc.) costs associated with business operations in the vacant property.4/24/2024​The Project Restore application is available online. Please be sure to read ALL instructions included in the application carefully to ensure you provide all requested information and documentation to submit a complete application. Prior to submitting an application, you will be required to register with the Maryland OneStop Portal. OneStop is the central hub for Maryland State licenses, forms, certificates, permits, applications, and registrations and can be accessed at: https://onestop.md.gov/​. The application round opens Thursday, July 7, 2022​ at 12:00 p.m. The online application portal will close at 5:00 p.m. Thursday, September 8, 2022 at the latest. The portal may close earlier if or when grant requests exceed available funding.​See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-202402-21-2024 12:27:16
              New York State Association for Reduction, Reuse & RecyclingCommunity Reuse GrantNew York State BusinessesNew York StateGrant - Government: State$5,000.009/30/2024NYSAR3 has developed the 2022 Community Reuse Grant ($5,000) to recognize community-based partnerships, businesses, groups, or non-profit organizations whose work has or will lead to lasting benefits that enhance community quality of life and ensure stewardship of the environment by saving money, energy, and natural resources.See More Details on Funder's Website10-26-2023 3:36:58
              Giving JoyGiving Joy MicrograntWomen 18 years of age and upSomerville, MassachusettsGrant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$5,0004/30/24Giving Joy is a 501(c)(3) Massachusetts-based nonprofit that strengthens and inspires women’s entrepreneurship worldwide. Through its micro-grants and mentorship program, Giving Joy helps women establish or improve their businesses and initiatives—for their benefit and the benefit of their communities. Women from any country, across any trade or industry, can apply for a one-time grant between $250 and $500 to jump-start and/or expand their operations.See More Details on Funder's Website10/31/2023 1:36:40
              Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment ProgramCarl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment ProgramAny owner of an eligible heavy-duty on-road or off-road project, public or private, that results in cost-effective NOx, PM and/or ROG emission reductions. The project must not be required by a current regulation or within three years of a regulatory compliance deadline. Projects must operate at least 75% of the time within the South Coast AQMD boundaries.CaliforniaGrant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$522,0005/9/24The Carl Moyer Program does not pay for compliance with a regulation - instead, it provides competitive grants for the incremental cost of cleaner-than-required engines, vehicles, and equipment. The program focuses on cleaning the air by replacing older heavy-duty diesels with electric, alternative-fuel, or cleaner diesel technologies.See More Details on Funder's Website10/31/2023 1:36:45
              Beyond Open Round 2Charlotteville underrepresented foundersGrant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$10,000 to $150,0008/31/24Beyond Open is a competitive small business grant program centered on building economic mobility within Charlotte’s Corridors of Opportunity, and is focused on diverse-owned small businesses.See More Details on Funder's Website8/1/2023 9:18:5910/31/2023 2:04:20
              The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology Oklahoma Applied Research Support (OARS) Industry Innovation Initiative Oklahoma-based companiesGrant - Foundation: State Focus$50,000 to $500,000 9/6/24OCAST awards funding from $50,000 to $500,000 through the Oklahoma Applied Research Support (OARS) program to companies, including manufacturers, leading innovation projects that have the potential to create economic impact in Oklahoma. The OARS program provides non-dilutive funding for Oklahoma companiesSee More Details on Funder's Website8/28/2023 6:53:5410/31/2023 2:50:03
              The Washington County Department of Business and Economic Development Washington County Farm of the Year Award (Maryland) Applicants must operate a farm or agricultural business or know a farm or agricultural business primarily located in Washington County, Maryland. Include the principal farm operator/owner and the farm must be on at least five acres of agriculturally zoned land and have been in business for a minimum of five years. Grant - Foundation: State FocusVaries9/22/24Designed to recognize and honor the rich agricultural heritage embedded in Washington County, the Farm of the Year Award application is open to all farms primarily located in the County on five or more acres of land.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 12:37:40
              The Orange County Business Investment Grant ProgramNorth Carolina: Business Investment Grant Program 2023 Applicant’s business must be located in Orange County in areas zoned appropriately for their use. Grant - Foundation: State Focus$1,500 to $10,0009/30/24By making economic development grant funds available, the County will be growing its entrepreneurial ecosystem and supporting existing Business Investment and early-stage venture growth, in order to increase jobs, opportunities and grow the commercial tax base in Orange County.See More Details on Funder's Website8/29/2023 10:35:4210/31/2023 2:50:09
              Carver Federal Savings BankMinority Women-Owned Business Pitch Competitionwomen aged 18 or older, whose businesses are in the Greater New York AreaPitch/Startup Competition$10,0009/21/24The competition winners can use the grants towards the purchase of equipment, technology, or operational systems to support energy efficiency and improvements. In addition to the grant award, winners of the competition will have access to a member of the Carver Executive Team, The Chamber Executive Team, and resources from the sponsor Mastercard.See More Details on Funder's Website8/30/2023 8:17:5810/31/2023 2:57:56
              Carver Bank2023 Minority Women Owned Business Competitionminority woman business owner in one of NYC’s five boroughs.Pitch/Startup Competition$10,0009/21/24 These funds break boundaries; they're a versatile tool, a stepping stone. They can fund that equipment you've longed for, integrate technology into your operations, or drive energy-efficient improvements that make an impact.See More Details on Funder's Website9/19/2023 6:56:2010/31/2023 3:10:06
              Department of Housing and Community Development (“DHCD”) Baltimore City Housing Accelerator Fund and HOME- ARP (Maryland) This NOFA is limited to applicants that are either a Non-Profit, For-Profit or Joint Ventures that are seeking funds to create units accessible and dedicated for permanent supportive housing populations, and other affordable housing projects. Grant - Government: State$500,00011/20/24The Housing Accelerator Fund is funded under the America Rescue Program Act (ARPA) on behalf of Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services (MOHS). The primary goal of the Housing Accelerator Fund (HAF) is to implement innovative funding mechanisms that will foster the development of an expanded supply of permanent supportive housing units for people exiting chronic homelessness. See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 12:45:14
              NYC Pride x MastercardNYC Pride GrantLGBTQIA+ business owners in NYCGrant - Foundation: State Focus$10,00012/16/23All eligible Entries received during the Entry Period will be judged on the following criteria by Sponsor and its designees: 1) Viability and strength of business (0-30 points), 2) Level of impact the business is having on its customers, employees, and community, and 3) Potential for business growth (0-40 points). The six (6) Entries with the highest scores, as determined by the judges, in their sole discretion, will be deemed potential Finalists and will advance to the Virtual Business Pitch, subject to verification of eligibilitySee More Details on Funder's Website7/11/2023 10:54:4510/31/2023 3:12:33
              The York County Economic AllianceBLOOM grantsBusinesses that have not received funding from previous BLOOM grant programs. Businesses owned by Women, or Black, Indigenous, or People of Color. Businesses owned by Veterans. Grant - Foundation: State Focus$500 to $1,50010/13/24The program will award grants between $500 and $1,500 to small businesses in York for projects that will help with productivity and expand businesses to the next level. The grant amounts will be considered based on a need and potential impact.See More Details on Funder's Website10/3/2023 7:52:0110/31/2023 3:15:01
              The Montana Department of CommerceNative American Business Advisor Native-owned small business in MontanaGrant - Foundation: State Focus$20,00010/16/24The Native American Business Advisor (NABA) Grant is a fund to support native organizations that offer business and credit counseling, and application support to Native American businesses in Montana. The NABAs are a key community asset necessary in the development and success of Native American businesses. To develop this asset, the Program is focused on increasing the technical capacity of the NABA network such as assisting individuals in business start-up, marketing, utilization of business resources, and commercial loan application assistance. Additionally, NABAs will also provide more robust application assistance to the Indian Equity Fund Small Business Grant applicants.See More Details on Funder's Website10/3/2023 7:54:4710/31/2023 3:16:13
              The Montana Department of Commerce Tribal Business Development GrantNative-owned small business in MontanaGrant - Foundation: State FocusVaries10/25/24The Tribal Business Development Grant (TBDG) is a competitive grant program to connect participating tribes of Montana with the resources necessary to advance shovel-ready projects that will provide a measurable, beneficial economic impact for the community.See More Details on Funder's Website10/3/2023 7:54:4810/31/2023 3:35:57
              The city and Visit OaklandActivate Oaklandsmall businesses and organizers creating free events that draw crowds to their businesses. Grant - Government: Local/Regional$20,00010/12/24The city said its goal is to create a safer Oakland by drawing more business and customers to the community, funding events like free exercise classes, a movie night, or even block parties and pop-up retail shops.See More Details on Funder's Website10/3/2023 8:05:5810/31/2023 3:36:46
              Rhode Island CommerceInnovation Voucher ProgramRhode Island businesses with 500 employees or less$75,000RollingThe Innovation Voucher program is part of RI Commerce’s Innovation Initiatives created to support the needs of small businesses to make strategic investments in innovation and their businesses. Recognizing collaboration within Rhode Island’s knowledge ecosystem will spur further innovation, the Innovation Voucher helps small businesses tap the expertise and resources needed to unlock research and development capacity and catalyze their small business growth. The program pairs small Rhode Island businesses (500 employees or less) with local knowledge partners like colleges, universities, and hospitals. Manufacturers may use vouchers for internal R&D.See More Details on Funder's Website10-31-2023 4:35:2010-31-2023 7:36:36
              Rhode Island CommerceInnovation Network Matching Grant Rhode Island businesses, non-profits, or accelerators$50,00011/27/23he Innovative Network Matching Grant supports organizations working in key industries that specifically provide small business support through technical assistance, space of flexible terms and/or access to capital. Grants of at least $50,000 are available to organizations, including nonprofit, for-profit organizations, universities, and co-working space operators. A 50% match is required from the recipient.See More Details on Funder's Website10-31-2023 4:35:2210-31-2023 7:37:50
              Sheboygan County Economic Development Corp.2023 Business ChallengeSheboygan County, Wisconsin BusinessesPitch/Startup Competition$7,00010/31/24The Accelerate Sheboygan County Business Challenge is a program that supports entrepreneurs and innovators in developing their ideas Five ideas will be awarded a $1,000 grant each to use for business services. The top two grand prize winners will be declared in December after presenting their ideas. The grand prizes are $7,000 and $3,000.See More Details on Funder's Website7/20/2023 22:44:3111/2/2023 1:22:39
              North Dakota Workforce Safety and InsuranceErgonomics Initiative GrantNorth Dakota employers who have completed the Ergonomics Initiative programGrant - Government: State$50,000.00RollingWSI provides financial assistance for an employer to purchase ergonomic equipment. The provider must recommend the equipment in the ergonomic assessment which is completed in the initiative program.See More Details on Funder's Website11-02-2023 10:29:2711-02-2023 1:30:24
              The Montana Department of Commerce Indian Equity Fund (IEF) Small Business GrantNative-owned small business in MontanaGrant - Foundation: State Focus$14,00010/31/24The Indian Equity Fund (IEF) Small Business Grant is a grant to assist a start-up or expanding Native American business in Montana. This money can be used for a variety of activities such as the purchase of new equipment or the development of a new product line. A total of $320,000 is available to fund Native American businesses in Montana.See More Details on Funder's Website10/3/2023 7:53:4511/2/2023 1:44:38
              City of San AntonioFaçade Improvement Grant Programqualifying businesses can receive grants to make exterior upgrades that are visible from the public right-of-way, including work associated with façades, landscaping and signage.Grant - Government: Local/Regional$5,000 to $50,000 10/31/24The City of San Antonio Façade Improvement Grant Program offers grants to support aesthetic and functional upgrades for active small business spaces and associated building exteriors visible from the public right-of-way.See More Details on Funder's Website10/3/2023 8:02:2811/2/2023 1:50:39
              Main Street VenturesLaunch FundingCincinnati and NKY businesses, typically product-focused$5,000 to $10,000TBA January 2024Launch Funding provides emerging, pre-revenue businesses that have a Prototype or Product (showing clear evidence of direct customer engagement validating the business model and product) with equity free funding to continue development and prepare for market entry.See More Details on Funder's Website10/18/2023 11:25:5711/2/2023 2:07:40
              Main Street VenturesLeap FundingCincinnati and NKY businesses, typically product-focused$10,000 to $30,000TBA January 2025Leap Funding provides promising, revenue-generating businesses with equity-free funding to scale their community impact and increase the odds of long-term survival. Funding is awarded to businesses that demonstrate the potential to continue to create jobs and opportunities in the Greater Cincinnati Region.See More Details on Funder's Website10/18/2023 11:26:1811/2/2023 2:07:43
              North Dakota CommerceOperation InternNorth Dakota employers in one of the targeted industries: Energy, Advanced Manufacturing, Value-Added Agriculture, Tourism, Technology-Based businesses, to include Cybersecurity, and HealthcareNorth DakotaGrant - Government: State$20,000 to $40,0005/1/2024Operation Intern is a grant program designed to expand the number of internships, work experience and apprenticeship positions with North Dakota employers. The focus of the program is the creation of new internships and apprenticeships within the state’s targeted industries. Employers can access up to $4,000 of matching funds for each student with a maximum of 5 interns per program funding year. Total maximum award per intern is $8,000, for the lifetime of the program. The primary focus of the Operation Intern program is private sector businesses in one of the targeted industries: Energy, Advanced Manufacturing, Value-Added Agriculture, Tourism, Technology-Based Businesses, to include Cybersecurity, and Healthcare. Funding may also be granted for other in demand occupations.See More Details on Funder's Website01-17-20241/17/2024 6:20:33
              North Dakota CommerceND Technical Skills GrantBusinesses providing training for their employees. North DakotaGrant - Government: StateVariesQuarterlyThe Technical Skills Training grant is designed to support eligible training providers and employers in their efforts to design rapid, non-degree re-skilling and upskilling programs, expand capacity in existing programs that began after May 17, 2021, and/or move training to virtual platforms to train workers. All training programs must mitigate a workforce issue that was created or exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemiSee More Details on Funder's Website11-02-2023 9:10:0711-02-2023 12:10:07
              North Dakota CommerceInnovate ND - Phase INorth Dakota business that has: Founding team, identiified problem, value proposition, basic prototype or proof of concept, customer validation, revenue model, and 12-month roadmapGrant - Government: State$7,500.00RollingInnovate North Dakota is a voucher reimbursement program to help North Dakota entrepreneurs further their business by supporting customer and market research. Funds may be used for: Professional services (legal, accounting,marketing); Prototype development or first small batch inventory; Association membership fees; Travel for customer interviews, trade shows, or conferences; Business processes, distribution services, web development, software development, social media, and web domain; Access to needed equipment that is not readily available; Any other expenses the Panel deems eligible.See More Details on Funder's Website01-18-202401-18-2024 5:01:15
              North Dakota CommerceInnovate ND - Phase IINorth Dakota business that has completed Innovate ND Phase IGrant - Government: State$15,000.00RollingIn Innovate ND Phase II, participants will contnue the customer discovery process and develop the lean business model canvas. Funds may be used for: Professional services (legal, accounting,marketing); Prototype development or first small batch inventory; Association membership fees; Travel for customer interviews, trade shows, or conferences; Business processes, distribution services, web development, software development, social media, and web domain; Access to needed equipment that is not readily available; Any other expenses the Panel deems eligible.See More Details on Funder's Website01-18-202401-18-2024 5:07:47
              North Dakota Trade Office (NDTO)State Trade Expansion Program (STEP-ND)North Dakota small business seeking to exportGrant - Government: State$10,000.00RollingSTEP-ND seeks to enhance the ability of export-ready ND small businesses to expand their export sales and marketing programs and increase or retain jobs as a result of the use of the grant funds. Applicants may receive reimbursement of 75% of eligible costs up to $5,000 per activity, including: Trade missions; Trade shows; Foreign market sales trips; Shipping samples; Compliance testing; RAISE Program; Website localization; Foreign language translation; Marketing materials for the international market. Businesses can submit two applications for up to $10,000 ($5000 each) of funding through 9/29/24. See More Details on Funder's Website01-18-202401-18-2024 5:35:25
              Connecticut Department of AgricultureThe Farm Transition Grant Program (FTG) Connecticut businesses in the Agriculture industryConnecticutGrant - Government: State$10,000 to $100,000TBA November 2024The Farm Transition Grant Program (FTG) (C.G.S. Sec. 22-26k) is a competitive matching grant program for Connecticut farmers and agricultural cooperatives to support the diversification of existing farm operations, transitioning to value-added agricultural production and sales, and other venues in which a majority of products sold are grown in the state.See More Details on Funder's Website02-19-20242/19/2024 11:13:09
              The City of PleasantonPleasanton Business Venture ProgramPleasanton residents who own businesses or want to establish a new business within the City of Pleasanton. Grant - Government: Local/Regional$10,00012/8/23The City of Pleasanton is relaunching its Pleasanton Business Venture Program where small businesses have the opportunity to receive access to a competitive grant of up to $10,000. Funds are intended to provide working capital to support business growth and development.See More Details on Funder's Website11/9/2023 12:24:5811/9/2023 4:25:44
              PSC’s Office of Energy Innovation (OEI) The Energy Innovation Grant Program (EIGP),Wisconsin manufacturers and hospitals Grant - Government: Local/RegionalVaries2/16/24The EIGP supports a wide variety of energy projects. Since 2018, $32 million in EIGP funding has been awarded to projects that have demonstrated innovation in energy efficiency, renewable energy, energy storage, comprehensive energy planning, feasibility studies for microgrids, and more. This year, $7.8 million will be available, funded by the BIL. Grants are available for Wisconsin manufacturers, municipalities, universities, schools, hospitals, Native Nations, and like entities. See More Details on Funder's Website11/9/2023 12:27:4311/9/2023 4:28:03
              PSC’s Office of Energy Innovation (OEI) The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) ProgramWisconsin manufacturers and hospitals Grant - Government: Local/RegionalVaries2/16/24The EIGP supports a wide variety of energy projects. Since 2018, $32 million in EIGP funding has been awarded to projects that have demonstrated innovation in energy efficiency, renewable energy, energy storage, comprehensive energy planning, feasibility studies for microgrids, and more. This year, $7.8 million will be available, funded by the BIL. Grants are available for Wisconsin manufacturers, municipalities, universities, schools, hospitals, Native Nations, and like entities. See More Details on Funder's Website11/9/2023 12:27:4211/9/2023 4:29:13
              PSC’s Office of Energy Innovation (OEI) Wisconsin Grid Resilience Grant ProgramWisconsin manufacturers and hospitals Grant - Government: Local/RegionalVaries2/16/24The EIGP supports a wide variety of energy projects. Since 2018, $32 million in EIGP funding has been awarded to projects that have demonstrated innovation in energy efficiency, renewable energy, energy storage, comprehensive energy planning, feasibility studies for microgrids, and more. This year, $7.8 million will be available, funded by the BIL. Grants are available for Wisconsin manufacturers, municipalities, universities, schools, hospitals, Native Nations, and like entities. See More Details on Funder's Website11/9/2023 12:27:2911/9/2023 4:29:19
              The Villiage of Westmont2024 Westmont Downtown Incentive ProgramThe subject property must be located within the Central Business District Tax Increment Finance District, with priority given to projects in the B-1 Limited Business District. Applicants may be the owner of a commercial or mixed-use building, and/or the owner of a commercial business.Grant - Government: Local/Regional$10,000 to $100,00012/8/23The purpose of the program is to provide grants to owners of properties and businesses in the Central Business District (“Downtown”) for building renovation projects that will significantly improve properties, enhance the viability of existing businesses, and encourage new businesses to locate in Downtown Westmont.See More Details on Funder's Website11/14/2023 10:11:5711/14/2023 2:16:21
              The City of Waycross, GeorgiaGrants to assist Local Businesses with Repairs and Beautification in GeorgiaLocated within Waycross city limits; Must have an EIN (show proof from the IRS); Proof of current (2023) business license; Commit to create or retain jobs; Demonstrate a reasonable chance for success.Grant - Government: Local/RegionalVariesTBAThe City of Waycross is offering grants via the American Rescue Plan Act funds to assist local businesses with repairs and beautification. Funds may be used for projects such as: windows, awnings, coverings, fences, pressure washing, painting, lights, i.e. exterior enhancements. Award will be based on: numer of applications submitted and location of business. See More Details on Funder's Website02-11-20242/11/2024 3:07:30
              InvestAtlantaEconomic Opportunity Fund (EOF)Businesses engaged in economic development and job creation in Atlanta, GeorgiaGeorgiaGrant - Government: Local/RegionalVariesRollingThis discretionary fund is structured on a project by project basis based upon criteria such as job retention and creation in the city of Atlanta, financial strength of the business, and amount of business investment in the project. Eligible Activities: Funding of acquisition or construction of land, buildings and equipment, infrastructure or leasehold improvements, parking subsidies, relocation costs, workforce training, etc. Funding amount dewtermined on a case by case basis.See More Details on Funder's Website11/15/2023 12:27:29
              Invest AtlantaCommercial Property Improvement GrantFor profit small businesses operating in commercial properties smaller than 15,000 square feet located in the City of Atlanta. Small businesses who lease their commercial space should have a minimum of 1-year left on their lease and will need approval from the property owner. Atlanta, GeorgiaGrant - Government: State$50,000.00RollingSmall Business owners are eligible to apply for grants of up to $50,000 that can be used for both internal and external improvements to their commercial property. Small businesses across the city are eligible with priority to minority-owned small businesses in disinvested areas, as identified in the One Atlanta Economic Mobility Plan. Owners of vacant commercial properties that meet the size requirements may be eligible to apply. Please reach out to the Program Manager prior to submitting application, as vacant properties may be eligible if scope of work will bring them into leasable condition. Small businesses in multi-tenant commercial buildings smaller than 15,000 square feet are eligible, Awardees must provide a match equal to at least 10% of the grant award. Priority will be given to small businesses located in disinvested areas of the citySee More Details on Funder's Website11-15-2023 12:51:15
              Erie County Redevelopment Authority (ECRDA)StARTup Business DevelopmentNew businesses or business ventures of existing for-profit companies in Erie County, Pennsylvania that are creative in natureErie County, PennsylvaniaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$5,000.005/25/24Creative entrepreneurs lead innovation, deliver creative products and services, generate economic opportunity, and build community identity. The StARTup Creative Business Development Grant program is designed to support these important businessesSee More Details on Funder's Website11/17/2023 1:07:56
              University of Maryland, Division of ResearchMaryland International Incubator (MI2)International companies relocating to Maryland Maryland Grant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Maryland International Incubator (MI2) is aimed at connecting the state of Maryland with the international business community. MI2’s mission is to serve the technology and innovation needs of international companies entering the U.S. market through a suite of valuable resources. See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 1:56:03
              Maryland Department of EducationChild Care Quality Incentive Grant ProgramPossess a current license or letter of compliance; and Currently operate a child care center or family child care home; and Implement a curriculum which aligns with the standards established by the Kindergarten Readiness and Early Learning Assessment (ELA) guidelines; and MarylandGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe purpose of the program is to award grants as an incentive for child care providers to enhance the quality of care provided to the children of Maryland. MSDE encourages providers, through the Credentialing Program, to acquire additional training and education to enhance their knowledge of early childhood development and the role providers play in helping children to enter school - ready to learn.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 1:56:05
              South Dakota Governor's Office of Economic DevelopmentSouth Dakota Proof of Concept SBIR Phase 0 Program South Dakota-based small businessesSouth DakotaGrant - Government: State$5,000RollingThe SBIR/STTR Phase 0 option is to support preliminary research and other activities related to development and submission of a Phase I SBIR/STTR proposal to a federal agency. The goal is to increase the competitiveness of the SBIR/STTR proposal. See More Details on Funder's Website02-06-20242/6/2024 7:58:12
              South Dakota Governor's Office of Economic DevelopmentDakota SeedsEmployers hiring student internsGrant - Government: State$2,000 per internRollingDakota Seeds is an innovative internship program that connects students with employers as a way to help fill temporary workforce needs and establish a pipeline for future permanent employment. Qualifying businesses can receive matching funds up to $2,000 per intern for internships in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields, as well as in manufacturing and accounting.See More Details on Funder's Website01-04-20241/4/2024 7:23:23
              South Dakota Governor's Office of Economic DevelopmentSouth Dakota Proof of Concept SBIR Supplement Program South Dakota-based small businessesSouth DakotaGrant - Government: State$25,000RollingThe Proof of Concept program provides up to to conduct research that demonstrates the technical and economic feasibility of an innovation before it is commercialized. The program is open to those committed to commercializing an innovation in South Dakota, such as entrepreneurs, universities, existing South Dakota companies and other entities. See More Details on Funder's Website02-06-20242/6/2024 7:59:14
              South Dakota Governor's Office of Economic DevelopmentWorkforce Development ProgramCompanies must meet the following criteria to participate in the program: All training must be technical in nature New employee training must be the result of growth in the company, not attrition The wage of the employees before the training begins must be at least $18.50 per hour Current employee trainees must receive an increase in their wages that is directly attributed to the training Companies must offer employees health insurance that is at least partially paid by the employerGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThrough the GOED’s Workforce Development Program, companies can access money to help train new and existing employees that require additional skills as the result of company growth. The program can fund up to 50% of eligible training expenses to companies that meet certain wage and benefit criteria. The funds are awarded on a reimbursement basis.See More Details on Funder's Website01-04-20241/4/2024 7:11:45
              South Dakota Governor's Office of Economic DevelopmentProof of Concept SBIR SupplementSouth Dakota-based small business applying for Phase IIGrant - Government: State$25,000RollingThe SBIR/STTR Supplement program is to support SBIR/STTR awardees to enhance their Phase II application, bridge work between Phase I and Phase II and commercialize the results of the SBIR/STTR project. The goal is to increase the competitiveness of the SBIR/STTR Phase II proposal and successful commercialization of product developed with SBIR/STTR funding.See More Details on Funder's Website11/17/2023 1:22:01
              Rhode Island CommerceExport Promotional GrantsRhode Island-based small businesses looking to export products internationallyRhode IslandGrant - Government: State$20,000.00RollingA national export initiative which makes matching‐fund awards to states to assist small businesses in entering and expanding into international markets.See More Details on Funder's Website11/16/2023 21:36:0911/17/2023 1:36:08
              Arkansas Inc.SBIR Matching GrantThis grant program was created to leverage the federal SBIR program and stimulate innovation and growth among the state’s technology businesses resulting in the creation and retention of high-tech jobs. Applicants to this program must have been awarded a federal SBIR award to be eligible.ArkansasGrant - Private Sector Funding (Fortune 1000+)$50,000 to $100,000RollingThe objectives of the SBIR Matching Grant Program are to: Create and retain high-tech jobs, especially high-wage jobs in middle-skill and high-skill occupation, encourage innovative small businesses to engage in federally-funded research that has the potential for technological innovation and commercialization, increase the amount of SBIR funds invested in Arkansas businesses, induce the retention, growth, and location of companies in ArkansasSee More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 3:11:27
              Interior Northeast I-Corps HubBinghamton University I-CorpsI-Corps participants Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$3,00012/13/23Binghamton University Entrepreneurship and Innovation is offering a winter NSF I-Corps Regional Course in January. In this ~month long virtual course (January 12 - February 14), researchers working on a deep tech innovation “get out of your comfort zone” and talk with customers (virtually) to identify the best product-market fit. The virtual program will run from January 12 - February 14. Participants who complete the program are eligible to apply for $3,000 microgrants for customer discovery and/or prototyping efforts. See More Details on Funder's Website11/16/2023 20:36:1411/17/2023 12:39:16
              The North Sacramento Façade and Property Improvement GrantThe North Sacramento Façade and Property Improvement GrantOpen to small businesses or nonprofits with street frontage located on either Marysville Boulevard or Del Paso Boulevard.Grant - Government: Local/Regional$5,000 to $30,00012/5/23The North Sacramento Façade and Property Improvement Grant Program is open to small businesses or nonprofits with street frontage located on either Marysville Boulevard or Del Paso Boulevard.See More Details on Funder's Website11/20/2023 7:30:0511/20/2023 11:30:40
              The Pittsfield Economic Revitalization Corporation and Downtown Pittsfield, Inc. The Pittsfield Glow Up! Business Improvement Grant ProgramBrick and mortar businesses in PittsfieldGrant - Government: Local/RegionalVaries12/31/23Grants will be awarded for physical improvements, including painting, signage, lighting improvements, flooring replacement, entryway upgrades, windows, awnings, accessibility improvements, and select interior improvements or repairs. Businesses that received funds in the first round cannot reapply. Businesses not selected in the first round may reapply for the second round.See More Details on Funder's Website11/20/2023 7:43:0811/20/2023 11:44:14
              Dutchess County and City of PoughkeepsieHOME Investment Partnership Program – New YorkBoth private for-profit and non-profit developers are eligible applicants. Eligible applicants must be: Current on all municipal taxes and fees and have a record of timely payment on these items including but not limited to: property taxes, water and sewer charges, and other types of loan accounts.Grant - Government: Local/Regional$500,000 to $1,000,00012/15/23The purpose of the HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) is to create affordable housing throughout Dutchess County, including the City of Poughkeepsie. See More Details on Funder's Website11/20/2023 8:20:0711/21/2023 3:52:04
              Nevada Division of Forestry IRA Urban & Community Forestry GrantsEligible applicants may apply for funding for a project to be conducted on non-Federal lands, including but not limited to those owned by state and/or local governments, Homeowner Associations, private landowners, and tribal governments.Grant - Government: State$100,000 to $500,0001/5/24This program is funded through the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), and is intended to support new initiatives, programs, projects, staff positions or activities not currently being funded through other sources. See More Details on Funder's Website11/21/2023 11:51:1511/21/2023 3:53:17
              University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research FoundationBridge Grant ProgramStartup companies involving UWM faculty, students or staff that have licensed intellectual property through the foundation. Must have completed a customer discovery program (I-Corps, UWM Student Startup Challenge, Ideadvance, etc.) or commit to participate in such a program in the year of funding Varies2/12/24The Bridge Grant Program bolsters efforts to commercialize innovations developed at UWM and foster the development of startup companies, particularly to help startups bridge the so-called valley of death faced by most entrepreneurial leaders. Eligible costs include: Business services, Software Developer Service Fee, Business filing fees, Market research reports,Market research (focus groups; surveys; etc.), Travel for conferences and customer discovery calls, Development /Project Management Tools, Legal/Accounting , Office/lab rent, Subscription to data services, Web/hosting services, Analytic tools, Prototype or minimum viable product (MVP) development, Training and education, Beta testing/free trials. See More Details on Funder's Website10/30/2023 12:44:5011/28/2023 1:16:06
              The California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) Addressing Anti-Black Racism in California Health SystemsThe project team must include at least one clinical leader who provides care in a MediCal, Medicare, or commercial setting. CHCF encourages cross-disciplinary teams; for example, a physician may wish to include a quality improvement lead or care experience lead or both, or in outpatient settings, a receptionist or patient care services lead.Grant - Foundation: State Focus$100,000 to $500,000 12/1/23The California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) is accepting applications for quality improvement projects that address anti-Black racism in California’s health care delivery system. Through this request for proposals (RFP), CHCF hopes to accelerate implementation of such projects, learn from them, and contribute to building a knowledge base for clinical interventions that measurably improve the health outcomes and health care experiences of Black Californians.See More Details on Funder's Website11/28/2023 12:17:2911/28/2023 4:18:34
              City of Powder Springs, GeorgiaPowder Springs Business Beautification GrantAll Powder Springs businesses that have a store front are eligible to apply $500 to $4,000TBA November 2024The Powder Springs Business Beautification Grant is an assistance program to encourage visual improvements to businesses, including entrances and common spaces and exteriors of buildings.Eligible work is limited to the exterior (painting the façade of the building, replacing the awning in front of a building, replacing windows, etc.) Roofing is not eligible.See More Details on Funder's Website10/24/2023 8:06:2411/28/2023 12:41:00
              The Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development (MDARD) Rural Development FundIndividuals; Organizations; Businesses; Local Units of Government (county, city, township, village, school district; any authority composed of counties, cities, townships, villages and school districts or combination of these entities); Federally Recognized Tribes ; Educational Institutions $100,0001/9/24The grant funds are available for projects that address expansion and sustainability of land-based industries; worker training related to land-based industries; and energy, transportation, communications, water, and wastewater infrastructure to benefit rural communities and micropolitan statistical areas.See More Details on Funder's Website10/26/2023 6:38:5511/28/2023 12:45:50
              The Washington Clean Energy Testbeds Grants for Entrepreneurs & Startup Companies in Washington Entrepreneurs and startup companies in need of access to state-of-the-art equipment and facilities to develop, advance, prototype, and/or manufacture their innovative clean energy technologies are eligible to apply. Applicant companies should be pre-B-round, or similar metric, in maturity.Grant - Foundation: State Focus$10,000 to $100,0002/2/24The Washington Clean Energy Testbeds has launched the Cleantech Hardware Innovation Prototyping (CHIP) program to increase access to advanced capabilities for scaled prototyping, testing, and demonstration. See More Details on Funder's Website11/30/2023 9:03:2011/30/2023 1:13:41
              iBIOiBIO Propel SBIR Awards ProgramIllinois SBIR applicants in the life sciencesIllinoisGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $15,000RollingPhase 0 matching grant-Applicants must be active PROPEL companies for at least 30 days prior to application submission and must remain an active PROPEL company by completing the semi-annual tracking for at least 18 months after award has been paid. See More Details on Funder's Website11/30/2023 3:08:44
              County of Chautauqua Industrial Development AgencyChautauqua County Capital Resources Corporation (the Corporation)Chautauqua area small businessesGrant - Foundation: State FocusVariesRollingThe Corporation undertakes project either on its own behalf, or for the benefit of an applicant. The Corporation can undertake any project that promotes community and economic development and the creation of jobs in the non-profit and for-profit sectors for the citizens of Chautauqua County. This is accomplished by developing and providing programs for not-for-profit institutions, manufacturing and industrial businesses and other eligible entities to access low interest tax-exempt and not-tax-exempt financing for their eligible projects, as well as projects and activities within the County for the purpose of relieving and reducing unemployment, bettering and maintaining job opportunities, carrying on scientific research for the purpose of aiding the County by attracting new industry or by encouraging the development of, or retention of, an industry in the County, and lessening the burdens of government and acting in the public interest. See More Details on Funder's Website11/30/2023 11:18:4811/30/2023 3:19:21
              Delaware County Industrial Development AgencyTourism Business Support GrantsPrograms designed to promote and increase tourism in Delaware CountyGrant - Government: Local/Regional$5,0002/28/24The Delaware County Occupancy Tax was enacted into law by the Board of Supervisors for the purposes of creating a dedicated funding stream to promote and develop the tourism industry within Delaware County and stimulating economic growth. Funds raised through the occupancy tax will be utilized to support the implementation of programs designed to promote and increase tourism in Delaware County, as well as projects relating to capital and infrastructure investments supporting the further development of this industry.See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 3:53:02
              Rand Capital CorporationRand Capital CorporationNew york based businessVariesRollingand Capital is an externally-managed Business Development Company (BDC). The Company’s investment objective is to maximize total return to its shareholders with current income and capital appreciation by focusing its debt and related equity investments in privately-held, lower middle market companies with committed and experienced managements in a broad variety of industries.See More Details on Funder's Website11/30/2023 11:41:5611/30/2023 3:42:17
              Yates County Industrial Development AgencyDowntown Revitalization InitiativeNew york based businessVariesRollingDowntown Penn Yan is the key for future economic prosperity. As the center hub of business and recreational activity, the revitalization of downtown is the key component of our economic development plan. We believe focusing on leveraging our natural assets, capitalizing on our craft food and beverage industry, using the local art scene as an economic engine and capturing the intellectual capital that lives and vacations here will drive short-term success and ensure long-term economic health and vitality.See More Details on Funder's Website11/30/2023 11:52:0011/30/2023 3:52:30
              Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO)Illinois Job Training and Economic Development Program (JTEP)Illinois EmployersGrant - Government: State250,000 to 750,0001/10/24The JTED program was established in 1997 to respond to workforce shortages due to a strong job market and a lack of skilled workers to fill available positions. The Department requests applications for training and placement of eligible individuals in employment or continued education. Eligible training providers consist of public or private colleges or universities, an industry association, a registered apprenticeship program, or community-based organizations that are approved to provide training services. Applicants may request funds for training incumbent workers, reskilling, on the job training, internships, or training/recruiting employees with barriers to employment (see notes).See More Details on Funder's Website11/30/2023 13:19:2311/30/2023 5:35:24
              City of Antioch CITY OF ANTIOCH Small Business ProgramsBusiness owners in the city's high crime areas, Mayor Lamar Thorpe announced on Monday. Grant - Government: Local/Regional$5,000 to $15,000RollingThe City of Antioch and FORWARD are partnering together to offer 2 programs to benefit small businesses in the City of Antioch funded by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). See More Details on Funder's Website12/4/2023 6:39:2912/4/2023 10:43:11
              Jeff Lawrence Innovation Fund, FuzeHubFuzeHub Commercialization CompetitionNew York manufacturing/technology companies with an eligible NAICS code specific to manufacturing, less than $100,000 in revenue, and with a clearly defined plan to commercialize the prototype product/processNew YorkPitch/Startup Competition$150,000.008/1/2024This competition is intended to help small and medium (SME) size manufacturing and technology companies further develop their prototype in an effort to pursue additional investment and customers as well as strengthen their “go-to-market” strategies, as they move from new product/production method to marketplace.See More Details on Funder's Website12/5/2023 3:39:01
              The Wisconsin Technology Council Governor’s Business Plan ContestWisconsin-based businesses willing to pitch their idea for a live audiencePitch/Startup Competition$120,0001/31/24The Wisconsin Technology Council produces the contest to encourage entrepreneurs statewide in the startup stages of tech-based businesses. It links up-and-coming entrepreneurs with a statewide network of community resources, expert advice and mentoring, management talent and possible sources of capital.See More Details on Funder's Website12/5/2023 6:18:1612/5/2023 10:19:15
              New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDABuilding Operations & Maintenance (O&M) TrainingNew York building owners, facility managers, property management companies, business associations, trade groups, and organized labor associations are all eligible to apply for fundingNew YorkGrant - Government: State$400,00012/31/25NYSERDA’s Building Operations and Maintenance Workforce Training Program aims to reduce energy use and associated carbon emissions while saving building operators and owners money by developing and strengthening the skills of operations and maintenance (O&M) staff and managers across the state. The program is designed to equip building O&M workers with the skills to operate increasingly energy-efficient, grid- flexible, and electrified building systems that reduce buildings’ contribution to climate change.See More Details on Funder's Website12-05-2023 21:30:5112-06-2023 1:52:13
              Empire State Development Corporation (ESDC)NY Ventures Pre-Seed fundingNew York Pre-Seed or Seed-stage companies across all technology markets, with a focus on: Advanced Manufacturing; Agricultural Tech; Climate Tech ; Consumer Products ; Data/SaaS/AI; Fintech ; Healthcare ; Life Sciences and BioTech ; Medical Devices; $2M or less of dilutive fundingNew YorkGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) is providing $30 million for the Pre-seed and Seed Matching Fund Program (“Program”) to support high growth start-up companies at the earliest stages of their growth and development.See More Details on Funder's Website12-05-2023 21:53:5412-06-2023 2:11:28
              New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)Scale For ClimateTech 2023-2024 ApplicationClimate Tech innovators Grant - Government: StateVaries12/22/23Are you a Climate Tech innovator looking to commercialize your hardware product? Apply to the 2023-2024 Scale For ClimateTech (S4C) program. Through the S4C program, supported by NYSERDA, and administered by SecondMuse and NextCorps, innovators receive dedicated support throughout their manufacturing process in order to gain confidence in their path to market and scale up production to meet demand.See More Details on Funder's Website11/30/2023 9:03:2312/6/2023 2:16:28
              Alliance for Manufacturing and Technology, New York State Electric and Gas (NYSEG), and National GridManufacturing Accelerator Program (MAP) GrantsNew York manufacturing companies (southern tier) with NAICS codes 31, 32, or 33Grant - Private Sector Funding (Fortune 1000+)$40,000RollingThe Manufacturing Accelerator Program (MAP) provides matching grants of up to $15,000 or 40% (whichever is less) of the costs incurred by eligible applicants whose top management commits the time and resources to “lean manufacturing” projects or manufacturing assistance projects that result in eliminating waste and increasing productivity on the “shop floor” and in the office, and up to $40,000 or 60% (whichever is less) of the costs incurred by eligible applicants whose top management commits the time and resources to projects that combine and coordinate these productivity and growth activities.See More Details on Funder's Website11/30/2023 10:25:3912/6/2023 2:27:42
              Capital Impact Partners and Nourish DC2023 Keeping It Cool Grant Program for BusinessesBusinesses with a physical location in Arlington, VA; Alexandria, VA; Fairfax County, VA; Montgomery County, MD; Prince George’s County, MD; or Washington, DC; in business 6 months or more; generated $25,000 or more of gross revenue from sales from October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023; must grow, process, distribute, or sell food products, and use grant funds to support the food-related cold storage needs of the businessGrant - Government: Local/Regional$10,000 to $100,000TBA 2024The Keeping It Cool Grant Program will provide $425,000 in grants ranging from $10,000 to $50,000 to support cold storage infrastructure and equipment needs of food businesses growing, processing, distributing, or selling food products in the Washington, DC region. See More Details on Funder's Website11/2/2023 9:16:4312/6/2023 2:32:28
              California Energy CommissionCalSEEDCalifornia based clean energy businessesCaliforniaGrant - Government: State150,000 to 450,0003/5/2024CalSEED seeks applications from individuals, businesses and nonprofits that are working on early stage innovations — from concept to basic prototype. Specifically, CalSEED seeks hardware, software, or integrated solutions that fall between Technology Readiness Levels (TRL) 2-4 on the DOE defined TRL scale. Provides direct, non-dilutive grant-based funding to advance clean energy innovations to commercialization ($150K for Concept Awards, and a $450K Prototype Award to winners of the annual Business Plan Competition).See More Details on Funder's Website01-31-202401-31-2024 1:54:20
              The California Energy Commission (CEC)California’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula ProgramThis solicitation is open to all private entities in California, excluding Investor-Owned Utilities.$1,000,0001/26/24NEVI is an initiative to create a coast-to-coast network of EV chargers focused on major highways that support the majority of long-distance trips. This national network will give drivers confidence that they can always find a place to charge, jump start private investment in charging infrastructure and EVs, and support President Biden’s goal of at least 50% of vehicle sales to be electric by 2030.See More Details on Funder's Website10/31/2023 8:26:3112/6/2023 3:24:17
              The Indiana Economic Development CorpIndiana State Trade and Promotion (IN-STEP) GrantsIndiana small business in operation for at least one year, new to exporting or market expansion, an Indiana Small Business Development Center client, exporting goods made in the U.S. or made of at least 51% U.S. materialGrant - Government: StateVaries9/1/2025Through this program, eligible companies can receive reimbursement for expenses associated with export-related activities, such as international trade missions and trade shows, product compliance testing and certifications, translation of digital or print materials, and setch engine optimization, localization and globalization. The new round of grant funding will be available from Oct. 1, 2023 through September 2025, or until all funds are distributed.See More Details on Funder's Website10/10/2023 8:35:3912/6/2023 3:53:37
              Conexus IndianaManufacturing Readiness GrantsIndiana manufacturer planning to make capital investment in the form of smart manufacturing technologies within their Indiana operation. There is no size limit, but small and medium sized manuafacturers are heavily favored. IndianaGrant - Government: State$200,000.00RollingManufacturing Readiness Grants assist manufacturers planning to make innovative capital investments in smart manufacturing within their Indiana operations—leveraging technologies from advanced communications to cobots to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and beyond.See More Details on Funder's Website12-06-2023 4:03:57
              Indiana Department of Workforce DevelopmentEmployer Training GrantEmployers may qualify for reimbursement of up to $5,000 per employee trained and retained for six months up to $50,000 per employer.IndianaGrant - Government: State$50,000.00RollingEmployers may qualify for reimbursement of up to $5,000 per employee trained and retained for six months up to $50,000 per employer. Eligible training must: Be occupational skills training that ties to an in-demand occupation (onboarding training and informal job shadowing does not qualify); Be at least 40 hours in length (minimum) resulting in a certificate or credential upon completion; Ensure a wage gain at the completion of training for current employees trained to new skill sets; there is no current wage requirement for new hires trained.See More Details on Funder's Website12/6/2023 12:07:5712/6/2023 4:08:35
              FHLBankElevateOnly small businesses located in Indiana or Michigan may apply, and they must partner with a FHLBank Indianapolis member to submit the application. Grant - Foundation: State Focus$20,000TBA August 2024Elevate is a small business grant program that assists the growth and development of small businesses, their workforce and the communities where they are located. Recipients of the grant can use up to $20,000 for capital expenditures, workforce training or other needs to get the boost they need.See More Details on Funder's Website7/25/2023 12:47:0512/6/2023 4:19:22
              Arkansas Office of Skills DevelopmentWorkforce Development Grant - Grow Our OwnArkansas employers with 250 or fewer employees, operating in the state at least one yearArkansasGrant - Government: State75% of eligible training expensesRollingAvailable to businesses headquartered in Arkansas with 250 or fewer employees. Maximum Level of funding available is 75%See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-202401-29-2024 3:18:43
              Arkansas Office of Skills DevelopmentWorkforce Development Grant - Customized Technical TrainingArkansas employers with 250 or fewer employees, operating in the state at least one yearArkansasGrant - Government: State75% of eligible training expensesRollingCustomized Technical Training grants address the need for industry-specific, technical training, such as training specific to a company, a specialized technical skill, and/or specialized equipment; or more generalized, advanced technical training such as training related to hydraulics, programmable logic controllers, or quality improvement. Maximum Level of funding available is 75%See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-202401-29-2024 3:18:45
              Arkansas Office of Skills DevelopmentWorkforce Development Grant- Professional DevelopmentArkansas employers with 250 or fewer employees, operating in the state at least one yearArkansasGrant - Government: State50% of eligible training expensesRollingProfessional Development grants address the need for basic and soft skill training, particularly classroom type training and training applicable to a majority of employees, supervisors, or managers such as: Training related to leadership, teamwork, professionalism, certain safety topics, Microsoft Office products, conflict resolution, core competency assessments and upgrades, and company policies and procedures. Maximum funding amount per applicant is $50,000.See More Details on Funder's Website12-06-2023 6:43:38
              City and County of San FranciscoAccessible Barrier Removal grantSan Francisco business with: average of 100 or fewer employees; less than $2.5 million in gross revenue for a single location (less than $8 million for a single business with multiple locations)Grant - Government: State$10,000RollingSmall business owners in San Francisco can get reimbursed for accessibility inspections or for making their business more accessible. Grants can cover the following: Purchase and installation of certain accessible equipment, fixtures, or furniture; Construction and labor costs to remove ADA barriers; CASp inspections and report; Design services for ADA barrier removal; Relevant permit fees.See More Details on Funder's Website02-09-20242/9/2024 3:08:48
              Empire State Development Corporation (ESDC)Regional Council Capital FundNew York companies undertaking capital projectsNew YorkGrant - Government: Statevaries based on projectRollingThis program provides funding for capital-based economic development initiatives intended to create or retain jobs; prevent, reduce or eliminate unemployment or underemployment; and/or increase business activity in a community or region. Funds may be used for: Acquisition or leasing of land, buildings, machinery and/or equipment; acquisition of an existing business or assets; demolition/environmental remediation; new construction or renovation; acquisition of furniture and fixtures; planning and feasibility studies for capital projects.See More Details on Funder's Website12/6/2023 12:16:17
              University of DelawareThe Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR)Delaware-based small businessEnergy, TechnologyGrant - MatchingVariesRollingNSF has the largest EPSCoR initiative and is the lead agency for this program. Five other agencies participate in EPSCoR (the Department of Energy, the Department of Defense, the Environmental Protection Agency, NASA, and the Department of Agriculture). Delaware has received EPSCoR awards from NSF, DOE, DoD, NASA and EPA, and the state of Delaware has provided matching funds to help the program realize its objectives.See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 3:54:09
              Empire State Development Division of Science, Technology & Innovation (NYRSTAR)Matching Grants Leverage ProgramHigher education research institutions and not-for-profit research institutions (herein referred to as research institution)1 in New York State are eligible to apply for matching funds.ResearchGrant - MatchingVariesMonthly by the 20th of each month (if funds are available)The purpose of this funding is to assist New York State research institutions in attracting new federal and private foundation funding for applied research, technology acceleration or supply chain assistance fundingSee More Details on Funder's Website6/22/2020 12:12:4112/7/2023 9:52:11
              Hawaii Technology Development Corporation (HTDC)Hawaii Small Business Innovation Research Program (HSBIR) - Phase 0 grantsHawaii-based companies that have applied for SBIR Phase IHawaiiGrant - Government: State$3,000.00TBA December 2024HTDC provides up to $3,000 reimbursement for SBIR grant writing services. You will need to provide a copy of your Phase I application, proof of submittal, and a copy of the invoice from the grant writer/reviewer.See More Details on Funder's Website02-20-20242/20/2024 12:15:47
              Hawaii Technology Development Corporation (HTDC)Hawaii Small Business Innovation Research Program (HSBIR) - Phase I and II grantsHawaii-based companies that have received SBIR Phase I or Phase II grants or contractsHawaiiGrant - Government: State$500,000.00TBA December 2024HTDC provides matching grants to help companies further the development of new products to solve critical issues. The SBIR programs provides up to 50% match for companies receiving SBIR awards. Companies may apply also for reimbursement for grant writing costs for their initial grant application.See More Details on Funder's Website02-20-20242/20/2024 12:15:53
              The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets (VAAFM) 2024 Specialty Crop Block Grant Program – Vermont Any entity may apply, but projects must benefit more than one specialty crop business, individual, or organization. Applicants must describe how their project will benefit and produce measurable outcomes for specialty crop industries rather than a single business, organization, or individual.Grant - Government: State$100,000 to $500,0001/14/2024The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service (USDA AMS) awards Specialty Crop Block Grants to the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and U.S. Territories. In Vermont, the Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets (VAAFM) administers these funds to enhance the competitiveness of Vermont and regionally grown specialty crops. See More Details on Funder's Website12/11/2023 10:18:2212/11/2023 2:29:04
              The North Dakota Department of Agriculture Request for Applications for Specialty Crop Block Grant Program – North Dakota Proposals will be accepted from non-profit organizations, producer organizations, government agencies, universities, and other organizations related to North Dakota’s specialty crop industry. Individuals, individual producers, for-profit businesses, or commercial entities may submit proposals. However, the project must focus on research, education, or demonstration and must benefit the specialty crop industry in a manner that can be replicated by other organizations. Grant - Government: State$1,000,0001/17/2024SCBGP applicants must focus on developing projects solely to enhance the competitiveness of specialty crops pertaining to issues affecting the specialty crop industry.See More Details on Funder's Website12/11/2023 10:18:2512/11/2023 2:29:16
              Workforce and Economic Development Network of Pennsylvania (WEDnetPA)WEDnetPA Training FundsPennsylvania (or relocating to Pennsylvania) Employers (industrial or B2B business) paying at least $12/hourPennsylvania Grant - Government: State$2,000 per employeeRollingThe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has created the opportunity for employers to train new and existing employees through the WEDnetPA program. Funding can be used for a wide range of incumbent worker training. Companies can apply online and select any WEDnetPA partner — including State System universities, community colleges and other educational provider. The training must be skill-building for employee’s current job or for an advancement or promotion. Training must occur from July 1 to June 30 of the fiscal year of the funding award. See More Details on Funder's Website12-11-2023 8:12:4812-11-2023 12:29:04
              Pennsylvania Office of the BudgetRedevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP)Must be job creating/tax generation project to be competitive.PennsylvaniaGrant - Government: State$4,000,000RollingThis grant funds site preparation, equipment purchase and installation, and building construction costs. A 50% match is required.See More Details on Funder's Website12-11-2023 8:33:0112-11-2023 12:33:00
              Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic DevelopmentIndustrial Sites Reuse Program (ISRP)Environmental assessment and remediation costs on PA brownfields and/or previously utilized buildings.PennsylvaniaGrant - Government: State$200,000RollingDevelopers can be grant eligible with cooperation agreement and title agreement with eligible applicant. Certain classes of cities and municipalities are eligible, and/or targeted redevelopment areas.See More Details on Funder's Website12-11-2023 8:33:3712-11-2023 12:33:36
              Delaware Division of Small BusinessDelaware Technical Innovation ProgramDelaware-based small business that has received SBIR/STTR Phase I and has applied for Phase IIDelawareGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingDelaware Technical Innovation Program offers transition grants for companies that have completed Phase I and applied for Phase II of the federal Small Business Innovation Research or Small Business Technology Transfer programs as they work to bring new products to market.See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 3:57:10
              The City of WilmingtonA&E Feasibility AssistanceBusinesses in or relocating to Wilmington, DelawareDelawareGrant - Government: State$20,000.00Rolling50 percent match (up to $20,000) for architectural and engineering feasibility work for for-profit small business developers to explore capital investments.See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 4:00:08
              The City of WilmingtonTechnical AssistanceBusinesses in or relocating to Wilmington, DelawareDelawareGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingTechnical assistance for private development provided by the City can reduce the time and cost burden of development for any business that wishes to reside in Wilmington.See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 4:00:11
              The City of WilmingtonThe Downtown Development District (DDD) Rebate ProgramBusinesses in or relocating to Wilmington, DelawareDelawareGrant - Government: State$15,000 to $1,500,000RollingThe Wilmington DDD is contiguous and represents 221.9 acres of space. The residential neighborhoods of downtown Wilmington that surround the central business district and are part of the Downtown Development District include West Center City, the Creative District (including Quaker Hill), and East Side. These neighborhoods correspond generally to designated census tracts. Investors who make Qualified Real Property Investments (QRPI) to commercial, industrial, residential, and mixed-use buildings or facilities may apply to DSHA for a DDD Rebate. See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 4:00:15
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Alaska PTAC - Anchorage CenterAlaska small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/19/2023 2:44:59
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Alabama Procurement Technical Assistance Center ProgramAlabama small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/19/202312/19/2023 2:45:25
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Alaska Native PTACAlaska small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/19/202312/19/2023 2:45:37
              Ozarks Regional Innovation ClusterOzarks Regional Innovation ClusterOzark region small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingNWBC recognizes that access to capital remains the largest barrier to market entry and success for female founders and women-owned firms. The Council strives to propose solutions pertaining to credit access, federal procurement, and venture capital funding for women entrepreneurs.See More Details on Funder's Website12/19/202312/19/2023 3:17:46
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Monterey Bay PTACCalifornia small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/19/2023 3:29:31
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Los Angeles County Office of Small Business/PTACCalifornia small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/19/202312/19/2023 3:29:47
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Colorado Statewide PTACColorado small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/19/202312/19/2023 3:39:10
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)District of ColumbiaDC based small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/19/202312/19/2023 3:53:07
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Florida PTACFlorida based small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/19/202312/19/2023 3:56:01
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)The National Center American Indian PTACGeorgia small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/19/2023 3:57:36
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance CenterGeorgia small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/19/202312/19/2023 3:57:49
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Idaho PTACIdaho small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website1/30/20241/30/2024 11:22:57
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Illinois Procurement Technical Assistance ProgramIlinois small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website1/30/20241/30/2024 11:23:18
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Indiana Procurement Technical Assistance CenterIndiana small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 7:32:28
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Great Plains Technology & Manufacturing ClusterIndiana small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 7:34:00
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Kansas Statewide PTACKansas small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website2/21/20242/21/2024 8:07:32
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)NW Louisiana Procurement Technical Assistance CenterLouisiana small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 7:53:18
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Louisiana Procurement Technical Assistance Center (LA PTAC)Louisiana small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 7:53:25
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Kentucky PTACKentucky small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 7:53:30
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Maryland Procurement Technical Assistance ProgramMaryland small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website2/21/20242/21/2024 2:02:54
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Macomb Regional PTACMichigan small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 8:15:46
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Muskegon Area First PTACMichigan small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 8:15:50
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Massachusetts Statewide PTACMassachusetts-based small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 8:16:05
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Minnesota PTACMinnesota small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 8:24:22
              Defense AllianceDefense AllianceMinnesota small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingDefense Alliance accelerates commercialization for technology products and services, and contributes to regional economic development by supporting small businesses in the Upper Midwest. While the Defense Alliance is anchored in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St Paul, it is focused on technology businesses in South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, and emphasizes business development funding for rural small businesses, those in HUBZone and Opportunity Zone designated areas, and those interested in funding opportunities with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 8:24:32
              BioSTL FundamentalsBioSTL FundamentalsMissouri small businessesGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingBioSTL fosters collaborative efforts and builds regional infrastructure to achieve St. Louis' potential in biosciences, assisting partner organizations that are advancing aspects of the overall regional strategy. BioSTL business sectors include: Health Care, Agriculture/Food, Cyber Security & Public Safety; Financial Tech (FinTech), and Industrial Technology.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 8:37:10
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Missouri Procurement Technical Assistance CentersMissouri small businessesGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 8:37:12
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Mississippi Procurement Technical Assistance Program (PTAC)Mississippi small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website2/21/20242/21/2024 3:37:44
              Montana Bioscience AllianceMontana Bioscience AllianceMontana small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Montana Bioscience Alliance serves as a hub for Montana's biotechnology companies, entrepreneurs, laboratories, hospitals, clinics and universities to commercialize, grow and sustain globally competitive bioscience companies ' ultimately to create high-quality jobs and economic opportunity in Montana.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 8:50:01
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Montana PTACMontana small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 8:50:15
              Montana Technology Enterprise Center (MonTEC) - Montana Bioscience Cluster InitiativeMontana Technology Enterprise Center (MonTEC) - Montana Bioscience Cluster InitiativeMontana small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingMonTEC is a high-growth, technology focused business incubator that is building a community of high growth enterprises on the Clark Fork River by connecting people, and linking them with support services to help get their venture on the right track. In 2019, MonTEC, was awarded a regional innovation cluster development contract to promote bioscience startups in the state. The Montana Bioscience Cluster Initiative partners MonTEC, the University of Montana, the Montana Bioscience Alliance, and other stakeholders to provide technical assistance to Montana's bioscience entrepreneurs.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 8:50:20
              Montana Technology Enterprise Center (MonTEC) - Montana Bioscience Cluster InitiativeNebraska Business Development Center PTACMontana small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 9:15:01
              Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC)Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC)Nebraska small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 9:15:26
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Nevada PTAC, Procurement Outreach ProgramNebraska small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC) offers confidential advisory services for researchers, entrepreneurs, and established businesses with technology they seek to commercialize. NBDC consulting services are available at no cost throughout its statewide network and delivered in conjunction with universities across the state. Services include market research, business plan development, development of applications for funding opportunities like SBIR/STTR, and more. Specific to SBIR/STTR funding, the NBDC provides comprehensive assistance to clients interested in pursuing SBIR/STTR funding opportunities, with matching funds offered by the State of Nebraska. See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 9:15:40
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)New Hampshire Procurement Technical Assistance ProgramNew Hampshire small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 9:27:03
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)New Mexico PTACNew Mexico small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 9:46:21
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Cattaraugus County PTACNew York small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 9:46:30
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)LaGuardia Community College PTACNew York small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 9:46:33
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)North Dakota Procurement Technical Assistance Center (ND PTAC)North Dakota small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 9:58:47
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Monroe County Finger Lakes PTACNew York small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 9:58:51
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)North Carolina PTACNorth Carolina small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 9:58:54
              Appalachian Partnership for Economic Growth (APEG): The Appalachian Wood Products ClusterGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 10:10:29
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)State of Ohio PTACOhio small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 10:12:32
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Southern Ohio PTACOhio small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 10:12:34
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Oklahoma Procurement Technical Assistance Center (OkPTAC)Oklahoma small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 10:12:44
              Development Capital Networks: UAS Cluster Initiative (UASCI)Development Capital Networks: UAS Cluster Initiative (UASCI)Oklahoma small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingDevelopment Capital Networks (DCN) seeds the growth of entrepreneurs by attracting technology, capital, and talent to help communities build innovation economies. DCN develops and operates technology accelerators, commercialization programs, and open innovation activities related to emerging industry sectors and markets. The Unmanned Aerial Systems Cluster Initiative of Oklahoma and Kansas (UASCI) accelerates the growth of the Unmanned Aerial System industry in the U.S. by enabling established companies and emerging entrepreneurs in Oklahoma and Kansas to connect, work together, and gain access to national technology, global capital, advanced business models and global markets. See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 10:12:52
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Oregon PTACOregon small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 10:22:55
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)California Univ. of PA Government Agency Coordination Office (GACO)California small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 10:26:01
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Indiana University of PA PTACIndiana small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 10:26:04
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Johnstown Area Regional Industries (JARI) PTACPennsylvania small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 10:26:12
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Northeastern Pennsylvania (NEPA) Alliance PTACPennsylvania small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 10:26:30
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Puerto Rico Federal Contracting Center - Statewide PR PTACPuerto Rico small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 10:31:19
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)South Dakota PTACSouth Dakota small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 10:32:59
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) Cross Timbers Procurement CenterTexas small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 10:42:33
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)University of Texas at San Antonio Procurement Technical Assistance Center (UTSA PTAC)Texas small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 10:42:38
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)El Paso Community College/Contract Opportunities CenterTexas small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 10:42:41
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Governor's Office of Economic Development: Utah PTACUtah small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 10:56:02
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Vermont Procurement Technical Assistance Center (VT PTAC)Vermont small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 10:56:07
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Virginia Procurement Technical Assistance ProgramVirginia small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 10:56:14
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Washington State PTACWashington small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/202312/20/2023 10:59:18
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Regional Contracting Assistance Center, Inc.West Virginia small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 10:59:23
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Wisconsin Procurement InstituteWyoming small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 10:59:27
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Wyoming Procurement Technical Assistance CenterWyoming small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website12/20/2023 10:59:30
              Connecticut Innovations (CI)Pre-Seed Financing ProgramConnecticut-based businesses with 25 or fewer employees and focused on innovations in bioscience, IT, clean tech, photonics and advanced materialsConnecticutGrant - Government: State$150,000.00RollingThrough Connecticut Innovations, the state's strategic venture capital arm, there is financing available for innovative, growing companies. In fact, Connecticut Innovations administers a targeted Pre-Seed Fund, which provides up to $150,000 to help early-stage companies grow. More than money, the fund includes mentoring, resources and introductions to powerful connections that can help you turn your idea into a commercially viable business.See More Details on Funder's Website02-19-20242/19/2024 11:15:40
              CT NextTechnology Talent BridgeInnovation-driven companies in ConnecticutConnecticutGrant - Government: State$25,000.00TBA 2024The Technology Talent Bridge (TTB) internship program is a grant opportunity for Connecticut small businesses to provide funding for the hire of student interns. The program aims to develop a talent “bridge” between the small business and the student, to ultimately create jobs. The program enhances industry and university collaboration and helps strengthen our workforce and retain talent in our state.See More Details on Funder's Website12/28/2023 4:31:29
              Connecticut Innovations (CI)CI/CTNext Proof of Concept FundEarly-stage Connecticut based startup companies at the proof of concept stageConnecticutOTHER - See notes for specifics$50,000 to $100,000RollingConnecticut is committed to supporting entrepreneurs at the early stage to improve their chances of bringing their ideas to market. In this joint initiative, CTNext and CI will invest $50–100K per company, selecting the most promising entrepreneurs that meet the investment criteria. In this highly competitive selection process, CI and CTNext will invest in 15 to 25 companies per year out of the several hundred we will review. Companies selected for investment will gain access to mentors, bootcamps and other resources to help accelerate growth.See More Details on Funder's Website12/28/2023 12:51:2712/28/2023 4:53:37
              Connecticut Department of Economic and Community DevelopmentIncumbent Worker Training ProgramConnecticut manufacturers with 2,000 employees or fewer ConnecticutGrant - Government: State$50,000.00RollingTraining grants are available to help companies grow and maintain competitiveness by investing in training of their existing workforce. A Business Services Consultant will work directly with a company to design, develop, and provide funding for projects and can help businesses locate appropriate training providers. Job training programs may include training designed to increase the basic skills of employees including, but not limited to, training in written and oral communication, mathematics or science, or training in technical and technological skills. Incumbent Worker Training grants are structured to be flexible to meet the business’s training objectives.See More Details on Funder's Website02-19-202402-19-2024 11:35:59
              Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC)Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) Assistance programWisconsin entrepreneurs applying for SBIR/STTR Phase IWisconsinGrant - Government: State$4,500RollingThe Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) Assistance program provides up to $4,500 for assistance to prepare and submit an SBIR/STTR or other federal funding proposal. Applicants awarded federal funding may receive an additional $1,000 funding bonus through the program.See More Details on Funder's Website10/30/2023 12:56:0012/30/2023 1:28:27
              Center for Technology and Commercialization (Wisconsin)Business and Commercialization Micro Grant (SBIR/STTR)Wisconsin entrepreneurs applying for SBIR/STTR Phase II/seeking to develop a Phase II Commercialization Plan, investor-ready business plan, or approved market research studyWisconsinGrant - Government: State$4,500RollingThe Business or Commercialization Planning assistance micro-grant can reimburse up to $4500, spent on hiring an approved, independent, third party to write a comprehensive business or commercialization plan for a Wisconsin business. Typically awardees are pursuing a Phase II SBIR/STTR grant in which a detailed commercialization plan is required. The program is limited to businesses in certain industries. See More Details on Funder's Website12/30/2023 9:27:0012/30/2023 1:33:36
              Maryland Department of CommerceExportMD ProgramMust have business operations in Maryland. Has been in existence for at least one year. Is planning an international business initiative. MarylandGrant - Government: State$5,000RollingMaryland companies that receive an ExportMD Award are eligible for up to $5,000 in reimbursement for expenses associated with an international marketing project.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 2:03:33
              New Jersey Economic Development AuthorityCannabis Seed Equity Grant ProgramApplicants with either a conditional or annual cannabis licenseGrant - Government: State$150,000First come, first servedThe New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA), an agency responsible for providing financial assistance to New Jersey-based businesses, recently announced that it will now be accepting applications for Phase II of its cannabis equity seed grant program. See More Details on Funder's Website12/5/2023 5:21:3912/30/2023 1:38:53
              New Jersey Economic Development AuthoritySmall Business Lease Assistance ProgramNew Jersey based small business with a physical locationNew Jersey Grant - Government: State15% of annual leaseRollingThe Small Business Lease Assistance Program offers reimbursement of a percentage of annual lease payments for businesses in eligible areas that plan to lease between 500 and 5,000 square feet of new or additional market rate, first floor office, industrial or retail space for a minimum 5-year term. The goal of the program is to enhance the vibrancy of commercial corridors through business attraction and retention in targeted areas.See More Details on Funder's Website12/29/2023 21:38:5712/30/2023 1:38:56
              New Jersey Economic Development AuthorityAssistance for Businesses Impacted by Hurricane IdaNJ businesses affected by the stormNew JerseyGrant - Government: StateVariesFirst come, first servedNew Jersey small businesses and nonprofits devastated by Hurricane Ida will be eligible for state grants for rent relief from a $10 million pool of money, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Friday morning.See More Details on Funder's Website12/29/2023 21:39:4612/30/2023 1:39:45
              Wisconsin Economic Developement CorporationSBIR/STTR Advance (Matching Grant Program) Wisconsin small business that has received an SBIR/STTR Phase I or Phase IIWisconsinGrant - Government: State$75,000RollingThis program provides funds to technology-based small businesses located in or relocating to Wisconsin, by matching a portion of Phase I and/or Phase ll awards under the federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. It will match 50% of a Phase I award, up to $75,000, and $100,000 of a Phase II award (with the potential to receive an additional award for the second year of Phase II) The program will be administered by the Center for Technology Commercialization (CTC).See More Details on Funder's Website10/30/2023 12:56:0512/30/2023 1:41:10
              The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic OpportunityIllinois Sound Stage Capital Grant ProgramIllinois for-profit, non-profit, or education organization that has an existing sound stage capital projectIllinoisGrant - Government: State$1,000,000TBA 2024Capital grants to match investment in new construction for new large sound stages or upgrades to existing sound stages that meet the needs of modern-day major film and television productions. The program prioritizes at least one project outside the Chicago metro area. Applicants must have an existing sound stage development project (existing or under construction) of a minimum of 10,000 sq. feet.See More Details on Funder's Website10/31/2023 8:28:1212/30/2023 1:47:41
              The New Mexico Economic Development DepartmentNew Mexico Advanced Energy Award Pilot ProgramNew Mexico technology companies (hardware or software) with a focus on advanced energyNew MexicoGrant - Government: State$250,000 to $1,000,0001/3/24The New Mexico Advanced Energy Award Pilot Program awards non-dilutive funds to proposals in advanced energy innovation and commercialization from New Mexico small businesses engaged in research and development. The funds seek to assist early-stage companies developing a unique product with strong growth potential. Funding will be awarded on a cost reimbursement basis. Applicants will be required to provide projections of what they expect the company to look like in the next five years, including staff, revenue, and growth projections.See More Details on Funder's Website11/2/2023 8:02:5212/30/2023 2:09:36
              Technology Research and Development Center of Alaska (TREND)Alaska SBIR Phase 0 ProgramAlaskan business submitting an SBIR proposalAlaskaGrant - Government: State$5,000.00RollingPhase 0 provides grants of up to $5,000 to assist small businesses with SBIR/STTR proposal preparation. Submit a draft of SBIR or STTR proposal to TREND at least 5 weeks prior to the federal solicitation deadline Consult with TREND to identify best use of funds for proposal development.See More Details on Funder's Website01-08-20241/8/2024 4:36:00
              New Jersey Economic Development AuthorityCSIT SBIR/STTR Direct Financial Assistance ProgramNew Jersey SBIR applicantsNew JerseyGrant - Government: StateOpportunity for investmentRollingThe CSIT SBIR/STTR Direct Financial Assistance Program aims to enhance the innovative economy in NJ through financial support to NJ small businesses seeking to or participating in the federal SBIR/STTR program.See More Details on Funder's Website12-30-2023 2:15:33
              ARIZONA@WORKIncumbent Worker Training ProgramArizona employer or a group of employersArizonaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Incumbent Worker Training Program is designed to help your existing workforce obtain skills necessary to retain employment and prevent job loss. Training activities are carried out by the local workforce development board (LWDB) in conjunction with an employer or a group of employers for the purpose of assisting workers in obtaining the skills necessary to retain employment or avert layoffs. See More Details on Funder's Website12-30-2023 2:16:09
              ARIZONA@WORKOn-The-Job Training ProgramArizona employersArizonaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingYou may qualify to receive a reimbursement for staff engaged in productive work while participating in on-the-job training. See More Details on Funder's Website12-30-2023 2:17:07
              ARIZONA@WORKCustomized Training ProgramArizona employersArizonaGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Customized Training Program is designed for specific requirements of an employer or group of employers, which is related to new production or service procedures, upgrading to new jobs that require new skills, workplace literacy, or other appropriate purposes as identified by the local board. Upon completion of the training, the employer must commit to employ or continue to employ the individual(s) who participated in the in the training.See More Details on Funder's Website12-30-2023 2:18:35
              Vermont Center for Enterprise & Technology Seed Capital Early stage, high opportunity, technology enabled companies in Vermont. VermontOTHER - See notes for specificsVariesRolling This is a professionally managed venture capital fund which invests exclusively into Vermont startups and growing firms determined as offering high growth potential, financial return commensurate with risk, and public benefit for Vermonters. Portfolio firms also have access to substantive programs, facilities, partners, and value-adding services offered via a strategic relationship with the non-profit VCET organization.See More Details on Funder's Website12/30/2023 2:23:14
              United Way2025 United Way Impact 100 Grant Program (Kansas and Missouri)Local entrepreneur or small business with a product or service that focuses entirely on low/moderate-income or disenfranchised populations, human service (Health, Education and Financial Stability), and/or socioeconomic or racial equity; must have a track record of service to the community. Kansas and MissouriGrant - Foundation: Local/Regional FocusVaries12/14/24United Way of Greater Kansas City invests in a wide range of health and human services that together comprise community’s social service safety net. This includes a range of service delivery modalities including direct services, systems-level interventions, and policy advocacy. They also make investments in the continuum of services from crisis response and intervention to prevention and developmental approaches. However, United Way does not fund everything in the nonprofit ecosystem.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 8:09:13
              Vermont Working Lands Enterprise Fund (WLEF)Vermont Working Lands Enterprise Fund (WLEF)Vermont businesses in the farm, food system, forest sectorsVermontGrant - Government: StateVariesRolling The goals of the WLEF are to stimulate a concerted economic development effort on behalf of Vermont’s agriculture and forest product sectors by systematically advancing entrepreneurism, business development, and job creation; attract new generation of entrepreneurs to VT farm, food system, forest and value-added chain by facilitating more affordable access to the working landscape and increase the amount of state investment in working lands enterprises. Grants are made annually depending on appropriationsSee More Details on Funder's Website12/30/2023 2:25:19
              Alabama Entrepreneurship InstituteRiver Pitch competitionTuscaloosa-area entrepreneursTuscaloosa, AlabamaGrant - Foundation: State Focus$1,000TBA November 2024The River Pitch Competition was created to help innovators and entrepreneurs with new ideas and early-stage businesses obtain feedback on their work and potentially win one of 10 different $1,000 prizes. There is no entry fee, and the event is open to students, faculty, staff and community members. Entrants will have up to 3 minutes to pitch the idea, and the judges have up to 5 minutes to ask questions of the presenter. After all teams have pitched, the judges will deliberate and prize winners from each booth will be announced.See More Details on Funder's Website11/3/2023 11:03:2512/30/2023 2:31:18
              Robert C Byrd Institute (RCBI) at Marshall UniversityInstitute Early Stage FundingWest Virginia companies who need assistance with early working capital needs for prototyping, marketing, and other needs.West VirginiaGrant - Foundation: State Focus$10,000.00Rolling The Marshall Advanced Manufacturing Cetner at RCBI offers early stage funding opportunities to entrepreneurs and small business owners to empower new ideas by bridging the gap between concept and prototype. Each initiative provides seed funding for design engineering, prototype development, quality management, and advanced technology skill-set training.See More Details on Funder's Website12/29/2023 22:29:3412/30/2023 2:31:38
              The Zonta Club of Hilo The Pay It Forward programWomen owned businesses in HawaiiHawaiiGrant - Government: State$2,000.00TBA July 2024The Zonta Club of Hilo is accepting micro grant applications to provide funding for women-owned small businesses on Hawai'i Island. Women entrepreneurs who are seeking financial support are encouraged to apply.See More Details on Funder's Website02-20-202402-20-2024 12:17:41
              Enid Regional Development AllianceMicroenterprise GrantsEnid, Oklahoma small businesses with six or fewer FTE employeesEnid, OklahomaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$5,000TBA November 2024The The Enid Regional Development Alliance is offering (6) $5000 Microenterprise Grants this fiscal year. Grant funds must be used for business expenses necessary for the company’s operation, management, or expansion. This is a reimbursable grant.See More Details on Funder's Website11/3/2023 11:29:1612/30/2023 2:39:32
              Enid Regional Development AllianceEquipment Purchase GrantsEnid,Oklahoma companies with a minimum of 7 FTE whose average pay is equal to or greater than $30,000; company must offer medical benefits where the employee pays no more than 50% of premium costsEnid, OklahomaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$20,000TBA January 2024The The Equipment Grant will pay 50% of equipment purchase costs up to a possible maximum award of $20,000. Equipment should increase sales, increase efficiency, add an additional product line, add addition jobs or upskill existing jobs.This is a reimbursable grant.See More Details on Funder's Website12/30/2023 10:39:2712/30/2023 2:41:44
              The Ozark Rivers Solid Waste Management District Solid Waste Management Program grantsBusinesses, non-profits, schools, or municipalities within Crawford, Dent, Gasconade, Maries, Phelps, Pulaski and Washington counties seeking to reduce the amout of their waste that is landfilledGrant - Government: Local/Regional$5,0008/18/24Projects may be for waste reduction and reuse, end market development (new markets and the expansion of existing markets for recovered materials generated in our region such as manufacturing of products from recycled materials) or education (rasing awareness and increasing participation in waste reduction). Projects may include hard to recycle items, organics (food waste), construction and demolition waste, and business participation in waste reduction.See More Details on Funder's Website7/24/2023 7:19:4412/30/2023 2:48:48
              Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GoBiz)California Small Agricultural Business Drought and Flooding Relief Grant ProgramCalifornia small agricultural businesses affected by droughtCaliforniaGrant - Government: State$100,00012/1/23The California Small Agricultural Business Drought & Flood Relief Grant Program will provide relief to small agricultural businesses that experienced a decline in annual gross receipts or gross profits due to drought or flood conditions. Grant funds may be used for Employee expenses, including payroll cost and healthcare benefits; working capital and overhead; any other drought-related or storm flood-related expenses not already covered through grants, forgivable loans, or other relief through state, county, or city programs.See More Details on Funder's Website11/3/2023 11:29:1312/30/2023 2:59:12
              Black Wall Street MuskegonMind Your Black Owned Business Pitch CompetitionMuskegon-area Black-owned businesses, or Black entrepreneurs with a business ideaMuskegon, MichiganPitch/Startup Competition$500 to $5,00011/21/23This competition is a great opportunity to pitch business concepts to a panel of judges with a chance to win financial funding for your business. Pitching will allow contestants an opportunity to share concepts with a panel of judges with a chance to win financial funding for their business. A well-planned pitch can open doors to success in future endeavors. Ideas may be at any stage.See More Details on Funder's Website11/6/2023 7:30:4912/30/2023 3:15:41
              The Small Business Technical Assistance ExchangeThe Small Business Technical Assistance ExchangeSmall business with a physical Vermont address; annual average revenues greater than $5,000 and less than $5,000,000; in operation for at least 12 months at the time of application; no more than 50 employeesVermontGrant - Government: State$4,000TBA 2024Funds may be used for: Business assistance (coaching, grant writing, financial management); digital strategies (marketing, websites, social media planning, photography); architecture and physical space design; reconfiguring manufacturing equipment and incorporating safety measres; techology and software consulting. The priority of the program is to reach Women, BIPOC, LGBTQ+, Mature Vermonters, Young Vermonters, people with disabilities, Veterans, Justice-Involved Individuals, New Americans, and people in rural places.See More Details on Funder's Website11/8/2023 9:24:0112/30/2023 3:26:51
              Shale PowerTechnical Assistance GrantsSmall and medium-sized manufacturing companies and testing laboratories within the 25 eligible counties of Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia seeking to enter or expand in the energy supply chainWest VirginiaGrant - Government: State$10,000.00RollingShale POWER program offers grant funds to eligible companies who engage in technical assistance projects that will help them enter or expand in the energy supply chain. Businesses may apply for one or two grants for up to 50% of the total technical assistance project cost from a minimum of $1,000 up to a maximum of $10,000. Awards will be made on a first-come, first-served basis with priority given to first-time applicants. Mini-grant dollars may be used to support direct, project-related consulting costs, contracted services, software purchases, supplies, and one-time costs related to the implementation of advanced manufacturing technology costs.See More Details on Funder's Website12/30/2023 9:51:33
              Jeff Lawrence Innovation Fund, FuzeHub2024 Manufacturing GrantsApplication must be made by a New York State not-for-profit partnered with a New York State small-to-medium sized manufacturer, with a manufacturing-specific NAICS code, in any stage of maturity , with at least one physical establishment in New York State, and no more than 500 employeesNew YorkGrant - Government: State$50,000.00TBA Early 2024Part of the Jeff Lawrence Innovation Fund, the Manufacturing Grants are designed to encourage collaboration between not-for-profit organizations and small to medium-sized manufacturing companies in New York State. The grants serve as a resource to help companies achieve success from early stage, proof of concept through maturity. The partnership created with the not-for-profit organization serves as a pathway to technology transfer, adoption and implementation of new manufacturing processes, as well as the creation of enhanced products and services.See More Details on Funder's Website12/30/2023 9:56:35
              Sustainable Business Network of MassachusettsEquity Fund GrantBlack and minority entrepreneurs in the Greater Boston area, with priority given to Cambridge and Somerville; in business at least 12 months; minimum sales revenue of $25,000 for 2022Boston, MassachusettsGrant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$5,000 to $10,000RollingThe Sustainable Business Network is pleased to offer small business grants through the Equity Fund. The Equity Fund is managed by the Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts and will serve Greater Boston based Black entrepreneurs with priority given to Cambridge and Somerville entrepreneurs, or those whose businesses reside in Cambridge. The Fund will initially offer technical assistance grants from the Fund to support the retention and growth of Black businesses in Cambridge, Somerville and the Greater Boston area.See More Details on Funder's Website8/7/2023 11:02:4712/30/2023 10:46:51
              The Campbell County Department of Economic Development The Start Small Campbell Grant ProgramNew businesses (less than 3 years old) in Campbell County, VirginiaCampbell County, VirginiaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$5,0003/31/24Campbell County Economic Development has partnered with the Small Business Development Center-Lynchburg Region to ensure all Start Small Campbell Grant applicants have received guidance in developing an effective business plan as well as other fundamental small business principles. To ensure your business plan meets the basic requirements to be competitive for this grant, contact the SBDC-Lynchburg Region to schedule a review of your business plan before you complete this web-based application.See More Details on Funder's Website8/7/2023 11:06:2412/30/2023 11:12:59
              South Cape Coral Redevelopment AgencyBreaking Barriers to Business (B2B ) Grant ProgramBusinesses in the Cape Coral, Florida Redevelopment Agency districtCape Coral, FloridaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$25,000RollingThe B2B program supports economic development and growth in the South Cape area by providing financial assistance to businesses and developers who are committed to building, expanding, or renovating their facilities in compliance with the City's regulations. By doing so, the B2B program seeks to remove barriers to business development and promote the growth of the local economy. Businesses can receive grant assistance to cover the costs incurred in meeting the requirements of the City's Land Development Code, including costs associated with site development, building construction, renovation, and other related expenses.See More Details on Funder's Website8/7/2023 11:12:4212/30/2023 11:20:16
              InvestTN3686 Startup Pitch CompetitionTennessee startupsTenneseePitch/Startup Competition$150,0009/1/243686 is the Southeast's premier gathering of founders, investors and ecosystem builders. This event is filled with opportunities for entrepreneurs and startups to connect with their next collaborators. 3686 is a meeting ground for best-in-class entrepreneurs, innovators and investors from Tennessee and across the country to support business development and growth.Presenting companies will be selected by Launch Tennessee’s capital team and eligible for a $150,000 investment from InvestTN while gaining exposure to investors, customers, and supporters from across the U.S. See More Details on Funder's Website8/14/2023 9:29:4312/30/2023 11:29:58
              Trust for Governors Island -Center for Climate SolutionsThe Climate Solutions Piloting Program Startups, entrepreneurs, scaling businesses, and nonprofits ready for piloting climate projects in New York CItyPitch/Startup Competition$10,000 to $30,0008/31/24The annual Climate Solutions Challenge will award access to a project site with no fee, $10,000 grant award, and access to a common pool of $100,000 in additional support to up to five (5) Pilot Partners to deploy climate solutions that accelerate climate innovation, economic opportunity, and social impact in diverse urban communities. Deploy your solution at a unique test bed located at the center of New York Harbor with proximity to Lower Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn.See More Details on Funder's Website8/14/2023 11:13:1112/30/2023 12:31:57
              The Boulder County Resource Conservation Division (RCD) Boulder County Circular Economy Funding 2024 – ColoradoBusinesses and organizations in Boulder County, Broomfield County, City of Broomfield, and Town of Erie, ColoradoBoulder County, ColoradoGrant - Government: Local/Regional$1,000 to $75,0009/6/24The Circular Economy Funding Program, formerly known as “Zero Waste Funding,” provides funding to advance the Circular Economy and make a real impact on climate change through innovative and progressive projects that enhance resource conservation and foster circularity in Boulder County. Projects include: zero waste, reuse, organic wate reduction, new good or redesign of consumer goods that align with zero waste/circular economy.See More Details on Funder's Website8/21/2023 6:10:0812/30/2023 12:45:30
              Vermont Business Magazine Building Bright Futures (BBF)Vermont Early Childhood Fund (VECF) Innovation GrantVermont businesses, non-profits, municipalites and schools with creative solutions to improve the well-being of children through age 8, their families, and the Vermont communities where they liveVermontGrant - Government: State$10,000 to $200,00011/10/23The VECF Innovation Grant will provide up to two grants of $150,000 to $200,000, with the goal of creating innovative, replicable solutions to address some of Vermont’s most persistent barriers to serving children and families. Eligible use of funds includes both projects and development of products. Must focus on families and children from the prenatal period to age 8.See More Details on Funder's Website9/28/2023 12:34:4412/30/2023 12:49:33
              Oregon Department of AgricultureInfrastructure GrantAgricultural producers or processors, or groups of agricultural producers and processorsGrant - Government: State$3,000,0002/29/2024Funds will support expanded capacity and infrastructure for the aggregation, processing, manufacturing, storing, transporting, wholesaling, and distribution of locally and regionally produced food products including specialty crops, dairy, grains for human consumption, aquaculture, and other food products, excluding meat and poultry. ODA will provide two grant tracks - Infrastructure and Simplified Equipment Only. Infrastructure project activities may include, but are not limited to: modernization (manufacturing, tracking, storage, and IT); Enhance worker safety; regulatory compliance; training to improve operations; new facility construction; facility expansion or modernization.See More Details on Funder's Website9/15/202312/31/2023 2:02:47
              Virginia Innovation Partnership CoporationSBIR/STTR AssistanceVirginia based small business applying for a Phase I or Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR). VirginiaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$500 to $2,000RollingVIPC can provide some valuable assistance to Virginia companies submitting Phase SBIR/STTR proposals, including: Low-cost training workshops, discounts with proposal consultants (proposal prep and proposal review), discounts on proposal preparation software, intro to 3rd party capital, referral to law firm for free IP and patent consultation, referrals to outsourced cost accounting solutions, SBIR strategy consultation, and funding assistance for select companies seeking their first Phase I or II award (to help pay for some of the above services).See More Details on Funder's Website12/30/2023 22:23:3112/31/2023 2:23:48
              Virginia Innovative Partnership Corporation (VIPC)Virginia Founders Fund Virginia startups that are minority, women or veteran-owned; outside the Northern Virginia area; have a proprietary advantage and highly articulated business plan VirginiaOTHER - See notes for specifics$125,000RollingLaunched in 2018, the Virginia Founders Fund (VFF) shines a light on the creativity and impact of entrepreneurs arising from Virginia communities traditionally underserved by risk capital. VVP initially invests up to $125,000 alone, or in larger syndication rounds. Focusing use of proceeds on specific technology or business development milestones, the achievement of which will enable recipients of raise larger sums of private capital, VVP seeks to participate in the earliest stages of company formation. Generally, VVP invests 12-36 months in advance of a Series-A venture investment.See More Details on Funder's Website12/30/2023 22:29:3512/31/2023 2:36:47
              Virginia Innovative Partnership Corporation (VIPC)Virginia Venture Partners (formerly GAP Fund)Virginia-based early stage startups in tech, life sciences, energy, or scable non-techVirginiaOTHER - See notes for specificsvariesRollingFormed in 2005, Virginia Venture Partners (VVP) places equity investment in Virginia founders and takes Limited Partner positions in venture capital funds to generate significant economic returns for entrepreneurs, General Partners (GPs), co-investors, and the Commonwealth of Virginia. VVP Funds initially invests up to $125,000 alone, or in larger syndication rounds. Focusing use of proceeds on specific technology or business development milestones, the achievement of which will enable recipients of raise larger sums of private capital, VVP Funds seeks to participate in the earliest stages of company formation. See More Details on Funder's Website12-30-2023 22:47:5512-31-2023 2:52:45
              Wisconsin Center for Technology CommercializationSBIR Advance Match for Phase 1 FundingWisconsin companies with a current/recent Phase I SBIR/STTR awardWisconsinGrant - Government: State$75,000RollingTo receive cash awards, awardees complete commercialization milestones designed to accelerate business development. Depending upon Phase 1 or Phase 2 match funding, activities will include completion of Lean Startup training, an approved commercialization plan or funding strategy, regulatory plan, or similar assessment as defined by the business need. Below is an overview of cash awards and associated milestones.See More Details on Funder's Website11/16/2023 21:24:5612/31/2023 2:54:49
              Wisconsin Center for Technology CommercializationSBIR Advance Match for Phase 2 Funding Wisconsin companies with a current/recent Phase II SBIR/STTR awardWisconsinGrant - Government: State$100,000RollingTo receive cash awards, awardees complete commercialization milestones designed to accelerate business development. Depending upon Phase 1 or Phase 2 match funding, activities will include completion of Lean Startup training, an approved commercialization plan or funding strategy, regulatory plan, or similar assessment as defined by the business need. Below is an overview of cash awards and associated milestones.See More Details on Funder's Website11/16/2023 21:25:1912/31/2023 2:55:04
              LSU Innovation ParkPhase 0 AssistanceLouisiana-based SBIR/STTR applicantsLouisianaGrant - Government: State$5,000RollingPhase 0 is a state and federally funded effort to stimulate interest and increase participation in the federally funded SBIR and STTR programs. Qualified Louisiana small businesses can request $3,000 to $5,000 to cover reasonable costs incurred in developing an SBIR or STTR Phase I or II proposal. See More Details on Funder's Website12/31/2023 3:01:48
              Louisiana Economic DevelopmentLouisiana Innovation Retention Program Grant (SBIR Matching)Louisiana-based small business that has been awarded an SBIR/STTR Phase I or Phase II after 6/15/22LouisianaGrant - Government: State$150,000RollingThe Louisiana Innovation Retention Grant program (IRG) provides supplementary state support for research-focused Louisiana small businesses that have previously received a federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)/Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant. SBIR/STTR Phase I eligible companies may qualify for up to $50,000 in IRG funding.SBIR/STTR Phase II eligible companies may qualify for up to $100,000 in IRG funding. Applications will be accepted and considered in the order they are received. The grant program application window is subject to close at LED’s discretion or upon exhaustion of available funds. See More Details on Funder's Website12/30/2023 23:07:3112/31/2023 3:11:57
              City and County of DenverCertifiably Green Denverretail food establishmentsGrant - Government: State$10,000RollingIncentives are now available to help retail food establishments reduce waste from onsite diningSee More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 1:02:50
              City of New LondonBusiness Improvement GrantNew London's existing small businesses Grant - Government: State$10,000First come, first servedThe Office of Economic Development and Planning will accept applications for its Small B.I.G (Business Improvement Grant) Program starting Friday, December 1, 2023. These grants are funded through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). The grants will provide funding to New London's existing small businesses to encourage economic resilience. The minimum award is $2,000, and the maximum award is $10,000. These grants will be awarded at the discretion of the Office of Economic Development and Planning after completion of an application and internal panel scoring process.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 1:06:33
              Connecticut Women’s Business Development CouncilTorrington WBDC Small Business Grant ProgramSmall businesses in Torrington, CT; in operation at least 2 years; annual sales/revenue in the last twelve months greater than $25,000 and less than $2,000,000; utilizing a digital bookkeeping systemTorrington, ConnecticutGrant - Government: Local/Regional$10,000.001/15/2024Grants between $2,500 and $10,000 will be awarded for clearly defined projects that will have a measurable impact on the business, its growth and profitability. The grant funds cannot be used towards operating expenses (e.g. inventory, on-going marketing expenses, salaries), real estate improvements (e.g. construction costs), reimbursement for past purchases or debt repayment.See More Details on Funder's Website02-19-20242/19/2024 11:42:17
              The Office of State Senator Mike Simmons and the Illinois Department of Commerce7th District Small Business Restoration GrantEligible businesses must have 25 or fewer W2 employees and operate an independently-owned brick and mortar business legally in the 7th District service areaGrant - Government: State$10,0002/5/24The Office of State Senator Mike Simmons and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity are pleased to announce the 7th District Small Business Restoration Grant. This grant program will provide one-time $10,000 grants to small businesses located in the 7th District.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 1:40:03
              City of Cambridge Massachusetts Small Business E-Commerce GrantCambridge-based businesses pursuing E-CommerceGrant - Government: State$4,0008/31/24Priority will be given to Cambridge-based businesses with fewer than 25 employees, businesses with no or little online presence, and businesses that have seen a severe decrease in sales from pre-pandemic levels.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 1:42:38
              Maryland Department of CommerceExportMDMaryland based exportersMaryland Grant - Government: State$5,000.00RollingMaryland companies that receive an ExportMD Award are eligible for reimbursement for expenses associated with an international marketing project. The program is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.​See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 2:04:31
              Alaska Department of Commerce, Community ans Economic Development (DCCED)International Trade Assistance Grant (ITAG)Alaska small business in operation at least one year and seeking to export for the first timeGrant - Government: State$10,000Rolling ITAG reimburses up to 75% of eligible expenses, with a maximum reimbursement amount of $10,000 for the current grant cycle. Eligible applicants may apply for multiple activities until they reach the maximum reimbursement amount for that program performance period. Eligible use of funds includes: foreign trade mission participation, international website fees, international marketing media, international trade show exhibition, export training workshops, and international consultancy services.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 2:01:54
              Snow Hill Area Chamber of CommerceSnow Hill Small Business GrantSnow Hill area entrepreneurs Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$25,0001/31/24The Snow Hill Area Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to supporting the entrepreneurs and companies who have chosen our community to open and operate their businesses. We realize that a vibrant commercial sector is paramount to the strength and prosperity of Snow Hill by providing jobs, products, and services, and contributing to community growth and pride.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 2:09:04
              Downtown Lansing Inc.Small Business Assistance Program To qualify for grant support, businesses must meet the following criteria, based on statutory requirements for the program: • The business is located within District A of the Downtown Lansing PSD (see attached map). • Is a business with fewer than 50 employees. • The business has been in operation for at least 1 year in order to be eligible. • The business sells products and/or services face to face AND has a physical location within Downtown Lansing. Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$50,000RollingThe purpose of Downtown Lansing Inc.’s Small Business Support Grant program is to provide vital funding assistance, in the form of grants, in amounts ranging from $10,000 to $50,000 to support Downtown Lansing small businesses looking to be a part of Downtown Lansing’s transformation as our community works towards recovery following the COVID pandemic. If awarded, selected businesses will receive reimbursement-based grant funds within 30 days of receiving copies of all receipts and a line-item budget break-down of what eligible expenses were incurred. See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 2:14:50
              Michigan Economic Development Corporation Match on Mainnew or expanding place-based businessesGrant - Government: State$25,000.002/5/2024A new round of Match on Main grant funding has been announced from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC). This provides the Marquette DDA the opportunity to apply for grant funds to assist a small business looking to launch or grow in Downtown Marquette! See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/2024 10:16:361/2/2024 2:17:04
              Alexander County Economic Development Corporation Business Boost Grant The applicant must own and operate a legal business located within Alexander County, NC. Home-based businesses are not eligible. 2. Applicant company must have 50 or fewer employees 3. Applicant company must have project investment equal to or exceeding grant award. 4. All projects must comply with the North Carolina Building Code. 5. Grants may not be used for the refinancing of existing debt. 6. Applicant companies must have been opened to the public on or after January 1, 2019. Grant - Government: Local/Regional$5,0001/10/24Alexander County Economic Development Corporation (ACEDC) received a Duke Energy Foundation Grant with the intention of providing one-time Business Boost grants to businesses physically located in Alexander County. The grant program is intended to help new businesses thrive and to encourage additional entrepreneur efforts in the community. See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 2:24:06
              World Trade Center ArkansasState Trade Expansion Program (STEP) GrantArkansas small business seeking to export for the first timeGrant - Government: StatevariesRollingThis grant program eligible Arkansas small businesses to fund export initiatives such as trade shows and exhibitions, inbound and outbound trade missions, consulting, website translations, marketing media, and other export initiatives.See More Details on Funder's Website1/29/20241/29/2024 3:20:47
              Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz)State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) VoucherSmall businesses in California seeking to export for the first timeGrant - Government: State$10,000.00RollingSTEP seeks to increase the number of eligible small business exporters, and to increase the volume of goods and services they export. Eligible businesses can be reimbursed for up to 75% of pre-approved expenses, with a maximum limit of $10,000 within the federal fiscal year. Funds may be used for: international trade show and mission expenses, sample quality testing and shipping costs, international marketing material including translation and compliance, website globalization, and export market research tools.See More Details on Funder's Website02-15-20242/15/2024 2:57:40
              City of Portsmouth Virginia Economic DevelopmentSmart Start Business Development GrantsAvailable to businesses that have been in operation for 0-3 years (as evidenced by a City of Portsmouth business license) Available to businesses with 10 full-time equivalent (FTE) or fewer positionsGrant - Government: Local/Regional$2,0001/31/24The Smart Start Business Development Grant Program is designed to provide financial support for new and recently established startups and small businesses to assist with expanding entrepreneurial opportunity, business resiliency, and organizational capacity building.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 2:42:48
              Connecticut Department of Economic and Community DevelopmentState Trade Expansion Program (STEP)Connecticut small businesses that manufacture, assemble and/or distribute a product, or provide an exportable service; in business for not less than one year ending on the date on which assistance is provided under the STEP program; have demonstrated an understanding of the costs associated with exporting and doing business with foreign purchasers, including the costs of freight forwarding, customs brokers, packing and shipping; seeking to export goods or services of U.S. origin or have at least 51% U.S. contentConnecticutGrant - Government: State$10,000.009/15/2024The State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) grant is designed to help Connecticut’s small businesses thrive in the global marketplace by increasing the value of small business exports, increasing the number of businesses that export and increasing the number of businesses exploring significant new trade opportunities. Funding may be used for trade missions, international trade shows, translations, compliance testing, and other expenses relating to export.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/2024 2:50:25
              Small Business Export DelawareCompass GrantDelaware small businesses with a physical location and employees in Delaware seeking to sell their products or services around the worldGrant - Government: State$10,000RollingDelaware small businesses may apply for a Compass Grant to support international travel or business development activities. This grant offers greater flexibility than previous programs. Compass Grant funds may be used to reimburse up to 50 percent of all pre-approved, eligible, international marketing expenses, up to a maximum of $10,000 per fiscal year, per company.See More Details on Funder's Website1/29/20241/29/2024 4:02:05
              City of OrlandoBusiness Assistance ProgramOrlando-based businesses willing to provide a 50% cost matchGrant - Government: Local/Regional$50,000RollingBAP can be used to help with transportation impact fees, permits and other development fees, as well as improvements such as sidewalk repairs, water line construction, street improvements, landscaping, street lighting, curb improvements and electric vehicle charging infrastructure.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 3:22:20
              North Miami CRARehabilitation GrantMiami-based property ownersGrant - Government: Local/Regional$100,000RollingThe Rehabilitation Grant program provides up to 50% of the total cost of interior and exterior improvements to property owners and businesses in an amount not to exceed $100,000See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 3:25:32
              North Miami CRACapacity Building/Retention GrantExisting businesses based in MiamaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$7,500RollingThe Capacity Building/Retention Grant Program will focus on helping existing small businesses enhance their operations and capacity during the redevelopment of the area. Up to $7,500 can be used for approved business expenses or approved technical support and/or training.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 3:25:35
              North Miami CRABusiness Attraction GrantMiami-based property ownersGrant - Government: Local/Regional$150,000RollingThe Business Attraction & Expansion Grant will cover 50% of the project cost up to $150,000, toward specifically defined, and approved costs that are related to relocation and attraction of businesses. This program is best suited for businesses previously not located within the boundaries of the CRA or those looking for an opportunity to expand. A portion of the grant can also be used to cover half of the monthly rent of an approved property for up to 6 months during the renovationsSee More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 3:25:47
              North Miami CRABeautification and Enhancement Grant ProgramMiami-based property ownersGrant - Government: Local/Regional$25,000RollingThis program offers up to $25,000 with no match requirement, to eligible commercial property owners or business operators for improvements to the exterior and/or interior of the building. This grant is subject to 100% forgiveness, pending the successful completion of a 3 year maintenance period on the improved property, except for murals as set forth below, which is a five (5) year maintenance period.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 3:25:50
              SelectFloridaFlorida Export Diversification & Expansion programFlorida business with between 3-500 employees, in business at least 2 years, at least $250,000 in annual sales in the calendar previous year, in a target industry (Manufacturing; Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Services; Aviation Services (including MROs); Computer Services (hardware and software); Information/Telecommunications Services)Grant - Government: State$5,000.00RollingSee More Details on Funder's Website1/2/2024 11:17:571/2/2024 3:27:03
              City of TampaCRA Facade Improvement Grant ProgramMust be a retail and/or targeted commercial property The applicant must be the owner of the property Property must be located in a participating CRA (Drew Park, East Tampa, and/or Ybor City 1 and 2) and may be further restricted to target areas within each CRA The funding limit is 50% of the project costs Funding can be used for exterior renovation, restoration, and rehabilitation as well as landscaping improvementsGrant - Government: Local/Regional$50,000RollingThe City of Tampa’s Facade Improvement Grant Program can provide matching grants to eligible business owners who renovate their establishments in a designated Community Redevelopment Area (CRA).See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 3:33:45
              Georgia Department of Economic DevelopmentGo Global Georgiavaries9/1/2024Qualified Georgia exporters can apply for 75% reimbursement for approved export activities including the ExportGA training program, design of marketing media, website globalization and localization costs and other fees associated with growing online business opportunities, international travel costs for trade shows, trade missions and foreign buyer trips, international trade show booth expenses, export consultancy services for international market intelligence and partner searches and annual export credit insurance premiums. Companies may apply for a maximum of two (2) export activities per grant period.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/2024 11:31:311/2/2024 3:37:37
              Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development and TourismHawaii State Trade Expansion Program (HiSTEP) GrantHawaii small business in operation at least one year and seeking to exportHawaiiGrant - Government: State$8,000 to $15,000RollingHiSTEP is a comprehensive program designed to assist Hawaii small businesses with their export development. Companies may be reimbursed for costs relating to: Participation in foreign trade missions; Subscription to services provided by the U.S. Department of Commerce (e.g., Gold Key Service); Payment of international website fees; Design of international marketing media; International trade show exhibition; Procurement of consultancy services; Other export initiatives. See More Details on Funder's Website02-20-20242/20/2024 12:20:07
              Illinois Departmenr of Commerce and Economic Opportunity Illinois Reproductive Health Facilities Capital Grant Program Reprductive healthcare facilitiesGrant - Government: Local/Regional$50,000 to $500,000Rolling Illinois offers matching grants to nonprofit and for-profit clinics providing or planning to provide pregnancy-related services in a clinical setting.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 4:40:47
              South Carolina Department of CommerceState Trade Expansion Program (STEP) Export Incentives ProgramSouth Carolina small businesses, in operation at least 2 years, entering new export markets or expanding their export activitiesGrant - Government: StatevariesRollingThis program reimburses export-related expenses. Companies may apply for two activities per year. Eligible activities include: international trade shows and trade missions; U.S. Commercial Service’s Programs and Subscription Services; Website Upgrades and Design of Marketing Media (Search Engine Optimization (SEO), translations of marketing materials and/or website localization services, website analytics, E-commerce services (such as adding online payment option, currency converter tool), Digital and Social Media ads). See More Details on Funder's Website01-02-20241/2/2024 5:35:19
              Kansas Department of CommerceJob Creation Fund Program (JCF)Small businesses in or willing to relocate to KansasKansasGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThis fund is intended to help attract new companies to Kansas and is funded by up to two percent of all Kansas employee withholding taxes that are not currently necessary for debt service on existing bonds or program administration. Payments are typically made over five years, as the companies meet certain benchmarks, such as creating jobs and making capital investments like equipment purchases or facilities improvements.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 8:10:51
              Kansas Department of CommerceState Trade Expansion Program (STEP) GrantSmall businesses in Kansas, in operation at least one year, that is seeking to exportGrant - Government: StatevariesRollingThis grant reimburses export related expenses including: Initial market check, Gold Key matching service, international partner search, design of marketing materials, translation of website, marketing material and product labels, and foreign sales trips.See More Details on Funder's Website02-21-20242/21/2024 8:10:54
              Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO)Illinois' State Trade and Export Promotion (ISTEP)Small business in Illlinois, in operation at least one year, profitable with gross annual revenue of at least $250,000Grant - Government: State$10,000.00RollingIllinois' State Trade and Export Promotion (ISTEP) program provides Illinois' small businesses with both financial and technical assistance to increase their exports. The ISTEP program includes 5 options for Illinois' companies to grow their export sales: Group Trade Missions (GTM), Individual Foreign Market Sales Missions (IFMSM), and Product Compliance (PC), Website Localization (WL), and Ex-Im Bank: Export Credit Insurance (ECI).Grants will be provided on a first come, first served basis.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/2024 13:52:311/2/2024 5:54:57
              Kentucky Cabinet for Economic DevelopmentState Trade Expansion ProgramKentucky based businesses engaging in global export activitiesGrant - Government: State$10,000RollingThe STEP grant provides reimbursement to eligible small businesses for allowable international export development activities including: PArticipation in training workshops; International trade expertise and assistance provided by the U.S. Commercial Service ; website fees to build and/or enhance a robust online e-commerce platform; may include website translations into foreign languages; Design of Marketing Media to strengthen international export potential; foreign trade show exhibitions.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 5:55:07
              Louisiana Economic DevelopmentState Trade Expansion Program (STEP) GrantLouisiana small business, in operation at least one year, new to export or seeking new export marketsGrant - Government: State$10,000RollingThe STEP Grant helps Louisiana small businesses generate new export revenue and create or retain jobs resulting from sales to foreign markets. Eligible small businesses can be reimbursed for 90% of expenses associated with participation in virtual and in-person trade shows, trade missions and export training workshops, shipping sample products, compliance testing, fee services offered by the U.S. Commercial Service, internationally-focused website development and design of marketing media, and other export activities.See More Details on Funder's Website01-02-20241/2/2024 6:19:58
              Maine International Trade CenterState Trade Expansion Program (STEP) GrantMaine small business, in business at least one year, seeking to export and not receiving other funding for export activitiesGrant - Government: State$20,00012/15/2024Eligible Maine businesses may receive a maximum of five STEP awards for up to $20,000 per year. A company may not have more than 2 active applications at any given time. Eligible activities include: export skills development; export marketing assistance; international digital marketing (translation, SEO, online international payment solutions); and international trade shows/missions.See More Details on Funder's Website01-02-20241/2/2024 6:26:04
              Maine International Trade CenterMaine Domestic Trade Expansion ProgramMaine small businesses in aerospace/defese; Consumable products of food, seafood, or beverage; Offshore wind and renewable energyGrant - Government: State$15,0006/17/2024Funded by the Maine Jobs & Recovery Plan (MJRP) through a contract with the Maine Department of Economic & Community Development (DECD), MITC administers the Maine Domestic Trade Expansion Program (DTEP), providing financial support to help companies diversify and grow markets within the US. MITC will reimburse 75% of total eligible costs associated with pre-approved activities in these categories: Market Research and Diversification Assistance; Compliance and Certification Assistance; Training and Industry Events. See More Details on Funder's Website01-02-20241/2/2024 6:38:57
              Innovate Alabama Supplemental Grant ProgramAlabama-based grantees of Phase I and Phase II Federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grantsAlabamaGrant - Government: State$50,000 to $125,000RollingThe program works in conjunction with the Federal Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer grant programs. Phase I recipients of those grants are allowed to apply for 50% of their award up to $100,000. Phase II recipients are allowed to apply for 505 of their award up to $250,000.See More Details on Funder's Website01-02-2024 8:21:19
              Commercial Development Authority (CDA) of the City of JacksonvilleCDA Business Development Grant ProgramJacksonville, Alabama small businessGrant - Government: State$5,000RollingBusiness Development Grants are awarded by the CDA to encourage entrepreneurship, investment, and business success in the City of Jacksonville for new, expanding, and transitioning businesses. Grants are contingent on the availability of funding. Businesses must be located within the City of Jacksonville and meet the eligibility requirements.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 8:22:47
              City of Oxford, AlabamaSignage Improvement ProgramBrick and mortar businesses in Oxford, AlabamaGrant - Government: State$1,000RollingThe Signage Improvement Program is a grant available to developers, business, and commercial building owners that wish to improve their signage. The program is divided into two types of funding for either a “brick and mortar” business or a mobile unit.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 8:26:26
              California Department of RehabilitationEmployABILITY Business GrantSmall and medium-sized businesses in CaliforniaGrant - Government: State$20,000 to $200,0000RollingPart of the Demand Side Employment Initiative (DSEI) from the California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR), the EmployABILITY Business Grant offered small- and medium-sized businesses in California the opportunity to grow their businesses and upgrade their hiring. Funds may be used for: Hiring individuals with disabilities; implementing training programs; renovating workplaces for accessibility; educating staff on disability inclusion; purchasing updated equipment; and other related activities.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 10:13:48
              Califonia State Water Resources Control BoardReplacing, Removing, or Upgrading Underground Storage Tanks (RUST) GrantsBe the owner or operator of an underground storage tank; Employ fewer than 20 full-time and part-time employees; Have principal offices and company officers domiciled in California; The facility where your project tank is located legally sold gasoline after January 1999 as a fuel retailer; sold less than 1.5 million gallons of gasoline annually for each of the two years preceding the submission of application; Be in compliance with state health and safety codesGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $70,000RollingCalifornia RUST grants provide eligible small business underground storage tank owners and operators with financing of up to 100% of the costs necessary to upgrade, remove, or replace project tanks to comply with the Golden State’s health and safety regulations.See More Details on Funder's Website1/31/20241/31/2024 1:59:28
              California Department of Public HealthCalifornia Civil Money Penalty (CMP) Nursing Home GrantsYou may qualify for these grants if you operate a certified skilled nursing facility (SNF) in California.Grant - Government: State$3,000RollingCalifornia’s skilled nursing home facilities can apply for CMP communicative technology grants to purchase tablets and tablet-related accessories. Eligible nursing homes can also apply for CMP reinvestment project grants to cover expenses related to improving the quality of care or quality of life for long-term care facility residents.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 10:30:56
              The City of Long BeachVisual Improvement Program (VIP) GrantMust be located and operating within the boundaries of Long Beach, California. Address cannot be a PO Box or an address that leads to a Shipping Center as their physical location. Must be private for-profit business including sole proprietorships or 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Must have a City of Long Beach business license. The business must hold an active or delinquent license. Businesses that have closed or canceled their licenses are not eligible for the program. Must be currently open and active for business, or only temporarily closed due to the vandalism or property damage sustained.Grant - Government: State$1,500RollingThis City of Long Beach Visual Improvement Program (VIP) Grant will provide direct financial relief to local small businesses and nonprofits impacted by crime and vandalism on or after 10/1/2022. See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 10:33:46
              Alabama Department of CommerceAlabama State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) Alabama small and medium-sized businesses assistance in launching or expanding export activitiesGrant - Government: State$2,000 to $19,000RollingThe Alabama State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) Grant offers eligible Alabama small and medium-sized businesses assistance in launching or expanding export activities. Grant funds are used to reimburse Alabama businesses for pre-approved, eligible export marketing expenses. The program is funded in part through a grant with the U.S. Small Business Administration and administered by the Office of International Trade on behalf of the state.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 11:05:41
              Idaho CommerceState Trade Expansion Program (STEP) GrantIdaho-based small businesses that wish to expand exportsIdahoGrant - Government: State$2,000 to $12,0008/23/2024Grant funds may be used to reimburse Idaho businesses for pre-approved, eligible export marketing expenses. Eligible activities include foreign market sales trips/trade shows; foriegn and domestic trade shows and missions; design and development of global websites, translation services, compliance testing; labelling to meet foreign requirements; and more. There is a 20% cash match.See More Details on Funder's Website01-30-20241/30/2024 11:25:25
              Alabama Community College AssociationExisting Industry Training ProgramFor profit company operating Alabama for a minimum of two (2) years before the application date; at least one full-time, permanent employee, other than the owner of the business; financially viable business current on all state and federal tax obligations. AlabamaGrant - Government: State$15,000.00RollingThe Alabama Community College System (ACCS) is seeking applications for projects to serve the training needs of existing industry. This program is designed to provide assistance to Alabama employers for expenses associated with skills upgrade training of their full-time, permanent company employees. Training must provide for new and/or upgraded job skills that are necessary for the company to maintain or increase competitiveness and/or work skills for the participating employees. Applicant must demonstrate the benefit the training will have for business operations and identify the skills that will be acquired by the employee, and must include clear and measurable performance outcomes in the application. See More Details on Funder's Website01-02-2024 11:39:53
              City of Tucson and Groundswell CapitalTransform Tucson: Changemakers Grant ProgramTucson-based social entrepreneursGrant - Government: State$10,000RollingGroundswell Capital and the City of Tucson are making a million dollar investment in jumpstarting, upskilling, growing, and greening Tucson small businesses.See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 12:44:00
              City of BakersfieldBakersfield Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Technical Assistance and GrantBakersfield Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Technical Assistance and GrantGrant - Government: State$5,000 to $40,000RollingThe City of Bakersfield Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Technical Assistance and Grant Program is a visionary initiative aimed at providing crucial support to local minority-based businesses in need. See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 12:47:17
              Tehachapi City HallSmall Business Sign Grant ProgramProperties within the City’s commercial districtsGrant - Government: State$3,000RollingThe intent of the program is to physically enhance the properties within the City’s commercial districts and maintain the high standards of exterior signage in the City of Tehachapi. The funds are not intended for standard maintenance, repair, or to allow larger, taller, brighter, or more prominent signs. Projects that exemplify the City Design Guidelines will receive priority funding. See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 12:56:24
              City of TemeculaTemecula Level Up Training and Grant Funding ProgramThe business applicant must meet the following eligibility requirements to be considered for grant funding: The business must be physically located in Temecula; The business must be a for-profit business; The business must be brick-and-mortar; The business must have an active Temecula business license The business must be in good standing with the city (current on bills, no liens or judgements, etc.) unless directly correlated to COVID-19 impacts; The business must not be suspended or debarred or otherwise excluded from receiving Federal funding; The business must have 15 or more employees; The business must have a revenue of $5 million or more;Grant - Government: State$20,0001/15/24The city of Temecula has partnered with the Orange County Inland Empire Small Business Development Center (OCIE SBDC) to host this four-week Level Up training and funding program designed to assist small business owners with expanding and driving their business to the next level. Through this program, business owners will work on putting together their path towards growth as they evaluate and develop their metrics, benchmarks, teams, financials, triggers, and strategies to reach the next level of growth. Trainees will learn how to de-risk expansion and get involved in proactive growth. See More Details on Funder's Website1/2/20241/2/2024 12:59:38
              Delaware Division of Small BusinessEncouraging Development, Growth and Expansion (EDGE) Delaware small business in operation less than seven years and with 10 or fewer employeesDelawareGrant - Government: State$50,000 to $100,0003/1/2024The EDGE Competition gives qualified Delaware small businesses an edge by offering access to grant funding through a competitive selection process. Five STEM-based companies can each receive up to $100,000 for eligible expenses. Five Entrepreneur Class (non-STEM) businesses can each get up to $50,000. The funds are provided as a $3 (state) to $1 (business) match. And the Division can provide up to 10 grants per application round (spring/fall). Grant funding must be used to expand a business’s viability and sustainability, specifically: Market analysis assistance; Advertising assistance; Building infrastructure/cosmetic enhancements; Essential equipment; Website design; Rent assistance for lab space. The funds are provided as a $3 (state) to $1 (business) match. And the Division can provide up to 10 grants per application round (5 STEM/5 Entrepreneur).See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 4:03:18
              Delaware SBDCDelaware SBIR Bridge GrantDelaware-based SBIR Phase II applicantsGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingA grant program designed to assist SBIR Phase II applicants bridge the funding gap between Phase I and Phase II awards.See More Details on Funder's Website02-05-20242/5/2024 3:16:21
              Kentucky Center for Agricultural and Rural DevelopmentKentucky Agricultural Development FundInnovative proposals that increase net farm income and affect tobacco farmers, tobacco-impacted communities and agriculture across the stateGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Kentucky Agricultural Development Fund (KADF), in statute, is administered by the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board (KADB). The mission of the board is to invest these funds in innovative proposals that increase net farm income and affect tobacco farmers, tobacco-impacted communities and agriculture across the state by stimulating markets for Kentucky agricultural products. This includes finding new ways to add value to Kentucky agricultural products and exploring new opportunities that will benefit Kentucky farms now and in the future.See More Details on Funder's Website1/3/20241/3/2024 9:29:55
              Kentucky Tourism Development ActTourism Development Incentive ProgramTourism attraction; Theme restaurant destination attraction; Entertainment destination center; Lodging facility.Grant - Government: State25% of costsRollingThe Kentucky Tourism Development Act (KTDA) is an incentive program designed to encourage the development, expansion or rehabilitation of tourism projects throughout the Commonwealth. Projects can recover up to 25 percent of approved development costs over a 10 year term.See More Details on Funder's Website1/3/20241/3/2024 9:32:36
              Kentucky Center for Agricultural and Rural DevelopmentKentucky Proud Buy Local ProgramKentucky Proud restaurants, caterers, schools and other food service participants that source and support local farmsGrant - Government: State15% of purchasesQuarterlyUp to 15% reimbursement can be earned on eligible local food purchases.See More Details on Funder's Website1/3/20241/3/2024 9:45:22
              Missouri Department of Economic DevelopmentMO STEP-UP Grant - New to Export ProgramMissouri small business, in business at least one year and operating profitably, not currently exporting and whose exports may be small or sporadic in volumeGrant - Government: State$15,50030 days prior to eligible activityThis program will reimburse between 50%-70% of eligible expenses such as trade show costs, trade missions, Dept. of Commerce subscription services, website translation, marketing media, and some travel expenses.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Missouri Department of Economic DevelopmentGlobal Market Access Program (GMAP)Missouri businesses exporting "Made in Missouri" products to at least one marketGrant - Government: State$13,50090 days prior to eligible eventGMAP is a cost-share program that allows eligible Missouri companies to participate in specific events designed to create export sales. GMAP will cover 50% of the cost of domestic or international trade shows,and website or product literature translations.See More Details on Funder's Website
              DSLBDAdvanced Industries Accelerator GrantsSmall businesses in Colorado's 7 advanced industriesColoradoGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Advanced Industries (AI) Accelerator Programs promote growth and sustainability in Colorado's 7 advanced industries by helping drive innovation, accelerate commercialization, encourage public-private partnerships, increase access to early stage capital and create a strong ecosystem that increases the state’s global competitivenessSee More Details on Funder's Website
              Florida High Tech Corridor CouncilCorridor Matching Grants Research ProgramCollaborative research projects between local industry partners and USF researchers, including Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) / Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) funded projectsFloridaGrant - Government: State$150,000.00RollingMatching grant funds for collaborative research projects between local industry partners and USF researchers, including SBIR/STTR funded projectsSee More Details on Funder's Website
              Team KentuckySBIR and STTR Matching ProgramKentucky-based businesses who have received SBIR/STTR FundingKentuckyGrant - Government: State$150,000 to $500,000RollingKentucky has an aggressive program that matches those federal funds, basically doubling the available capital for a company that innovates in Kentucky.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Montana Office of Tourism and BusinessMontana SBIR/STTR Matching Funds ProgramTechnology-based Montana companies by providing additional funding that can be used for technology development or other uses during the time that the company is working on a Small Business Innovation Research or Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) project with a federal agencyMontanaGrant - Government: State$60,000.00RollingAssists technology-based Montana companies by providing additional funding that can be used for technology development or other uses during the time that the company is working on a SBIR or STTR project with a federal agency.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Nebraska Small Business Innovation Research / Small Business Tech Transfer (SBIR/STTR) Grant ProgramNebraska Small Business Innovation Research / Small Business Tech Transfer (SBIR/STTR) Grant ProgramMeet the necessary qualification to apply for federal SBIR/STTR funds. Additionally, the Nebraska initiative requires you are a for-profit small business that conducts at least 51% of the activities proposed under the federal application in the State of Nebraska.NebraskaGrant - Government: State$100,000.00RollingA matching grant that provides financial assistance to Nebraska businesses that have received a Federal SBIR or STTR grant.See More Details on Funder's Website
              South Carolina Research AuthoritySC Academic Innovations SBIR/STTR Matching GrantCompanies that have been granted Federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Tech Transfer (STTR) Phase I AwardsSouth CarolinaGrant - Government: State$50,000.00RollingThe South Carolina Research Authority SBIR/STTR Phase I Matching Grant Program offers matching funds to South Carolina-based Phase I SBIR/STTR awardees up to 100 percent of the federal SBIR/STTR program award amount, not to exceed $50,000See More Details on Funder's Website
              Wyoming Business CouncilStartup Wyoming SBIR Phase I and II Matching ProgramMatching funds for Wyoming companies who receive federal funds through the Small Business Innovation Research or Small Business Technology Transfer programs.WyomingGrant - Government: State$100,000 to $200,000RollingMatching funds for Wyoming companies who receive federal funds through the SBIR or STTR programs.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Minnesota Department of AgricultureDairy Business Planning GrantMinnesota Dairy FarmersMinnesotaGrant - Government: State$5,000.00RollingThese grants encourage business planning and modernization activities and other improvements on Minnesota dairy farms. They will also help you pay for stray voltage testingSee More Details on Funder's Website
              Launch MinnesotaChild CareMinnesota-based small businessMinnesotaGrant - Private Sector Funding (Fortune 1000+)$7,500.00RollingLaunch Minnesota is a new initiative spearheaded by Minnesota's Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). Designed in consultation with legislators from both parties, and alongside dozens of private sector leaders, the program exists to help grow Minnesota's startup ecosystem.See More Details on Funder's Website
              CalstartPort of Los Angeles Zero-Emission Truck Voucher Incentive Program (Voucher Program)Commercial vehicle ownersCaliforniaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$150,000RollingThe Voucher Program utilizes the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) existing Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) funding application process to provide incentive funding of $150,000 toward eligible zero-emission truck purchases servicing the San Pedro Bay Ports. Funding is administered by CALSTART, CARB’s current HVIP administrator, on a first-come, first-served basis through the existing HVIP voucher request process. See More Details on Funder's Website01-29-20241/29/2024 3:21:27
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramThe University of Arkansas at Little Rock - Arkansas SBTDCArkansas Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website1/29/20241/29/2024 3:21:30
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramColorado Small Business Development CenterColorado Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramDelaware Small Business Development CenterDelaware Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website1/29/20241/29/2024 4:04:05
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramFlorida High Tech CorridorFlorida Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              University of Georgia Innovation GatewayFederal and State Technology (FAST) Phase 0 Grant ProgramGeorgia small businesses applying to the SBIR/STTR programGrant - Government: State$2,450RollingThrough the UGA FAST program, Georgia-based businesses applying for SBIR/STTR grants will be granted a Phase 0 grant of up to $2,450 towards the upfront cost of employing a grant writing consultant to assist with their SBIR/STTR application to generate a more competitive proposal. Preference will be given to applicants with prior unsuccessful SBIR/STTR applications.See More Details on Funder's Website1/9/20241/9/2024 1:41:41
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramIdaho State UniversityIdaho Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website1/30/20241/30/2024 11:25:49
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramEnterpriseWorks at the University of IllinoisIllinois Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Indiana Small Business Development CenterIndiana Technical Assistance Program (IN-TAP)Indiana Small Businesses, including those applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$15,000 in services2/25/24NTAP can fund any project, except facility improvements or marketing, that requires technical or professional assistance you do not have within your business that will help you grow or improve. It provides up to $15,000 in services from a qualified professional and technical vendor. Past projects have generally focused on one of the following: 1) Research & Development, 2) Business Operations Improvement, or 3) Technology Development & Implementation. This includes: Product prototyping, inventory control systems, app or technology development, intellectual property legal assistance, and grant writing assistance for the SBIR/STTR programs. (Does not include the purchase of assets or the maintenance and upkeep of a business (including but are not limited to purchasing new equipment, paying rent, buying advertising, or resolving debt.), nor digital marketing).See More Details on Funder's Website1/9/20241/9/2024 5:22:35
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramWichita State UniversityKansas Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website2/21/20242/21/2024 8:11:15
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramKentucky Science and Technology CorporationKentucky Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramMaine Institute of TechnologyMaine Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramMaryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO)Maryland Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website2/21/20242/21/2024 8:24:41
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramMichigan Catalyst Advantage Network (MI-C.A.N.)Michigan Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramMNSBIR, Inc.Minnesota Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Innovate MississippiThe Mississippi Federal and State Technology (MS-FAST) Partnership ProgramMississippi Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$2,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website2/21/20242/21/2024 3:38:02
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramMissouri Small Business Development CenterMissouri Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramMontana State University TechLink CenterMontana Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramNebraska Business Development CenterNebraska Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramNew Jersey Small Business Development CentersNew Jersey Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramUNHInnovationNew Hampshire Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramArrowhead Center at NMSUNew Mexico Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramFirst Flight Venture CenterNorth Carolina Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramUND Center for InnovationNorth Dakota Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramOhio Aerospace InstituteOhio Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramOK CatalystOklahoma Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramVertueLabOregon Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Innovation Partnership (iPART)SBIR/STTR Proposal SupportPennsylvania small business applying to the SBIR/STTR programPennsylvaniaGrant - Government: State$2,000 to $8,000RollingThe Innovation Partnership provides the following assistance in SBIR/STTR proposal preparation: $2,000 for Phase I proposal review; $5,000 for Phase I proposal preparation; $8,000 for Phase II proposal preparation and/or commercialization plan development assistance. See More Details on Funder's Website1/19/20241/19/2024 4:12:42
              Innovation Partnership (iPART)SBIR/STTR Travel and Training SupportPennsylvania small business applying to the SBIR/STTR program and that has received an iPART pre-proposal reviewGrant - Government: State$1,0006 months prior to or following the Federal agenciy's SBIR/STTR due dateCandidates may receive a Travel & Training Program award that reimburses up to $1,000 or one half of the total costs, whichever is less, for travel and training expenses directly related to their SBIR/STTR submissions, including: Visiting a Federal agency, program manager or lab; ttending SBIR/STTR conferences; training relative to subject matter areas such as SBIR/STTR or federal funding programs.See More Details on Funder's Website1/19/20241/19/2024 4:12:51
              Innovation Partnership (iPART)Federal Marketing Assistance (FMA) ProgramPennsylvania-based Phase II proposal candidatesGrant - Government: State$5,000RollingThe FMA program is the IPart’s Phase II assistance program. It directly parallels the MicroGrant/MicroVoucher Phase I assistance programs, however, the Pre-Proposal Application affords a greater emphasis on the Commercialization Section which is also a larger component of Phase II federal proposals.See More Details on Funder's Website2/6/20242/6/2024 7:51:56
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramPuerto Rico Small Business and Technology Development CentersPuerto Rico Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramUniversity of South CarolinaSouth Carolina Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramSouth Dakota Biotechnology CouncilSouth Dakota Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramSWTXB SBDC Technology Commercialization CenterTexas Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramUtah Innovation CenterUtah Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramVirginia Innovation Partnership CorporationVirginia Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramLife Science Washington InstituteWashington Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramTechConnect West VirginiaWest Virginia Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Federal And State Technology (FAST) Partnership ProgramCenter for Technology CommercializationWisconsin Small Businesses applying to the SBIR programGrant - Government: State$3,000 to $5,000RollingThe Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program provides funding to organizations to execute state/regional programs that increase the number of SBIR/STTR proposals leading to an increase in the number of SBIR/STTR awards from women, socially/economically disadvantaged individuals, and small businesses in underrepresented areas - typically rural states.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)American Indian Chamber Education Fund - PTACCalifornia small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Norcal PTACCalifornia small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)California Capital PTACCalifornia small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Riverside Community College District PTACCalifornia small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)San Diego, Orange & Imperial PTACCalifornia small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Northeast Michigan Consortium PTACMichigan small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Networks Northwest PTACMichigan small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)PTAC of Schoolcraft CollegeMichigan small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)PTAC of South Central MichiganMichigan small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce PTACMichigan small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)City of New York Department of Small Business Services PTACNew York small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)North Country PTACNew York small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation (SOBRO) PTACNew York small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Tribal Government InstituteTribal Government InstituteOklahoma small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Northwest Commission PTACPennsylvania small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Del Mar College Procurement Technical Assistance CenterTexas small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Rio South Texas Regional Procurement Technical Assistance CenterTexas small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Northwest Texas Procurement Technical Assistance Center (NWT PTAC)Texas small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)University of Houston Procurement Technical Assistance Center (UH PTAC)Texas small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)Southwest VA Community College PTACVirginia small businessGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingPTACs help innovative firms sell their products to government agencies, assist with commercialization plans for those interested in selling to the government, understand how to register in SAM, and much more.See More Details on Funder's Website
              Prosper PortlandProsperity Investment Program (PIP)Portland small business property owners make tenant improvements and small and large-scale improvements to new and existing buildings. Grant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$50,000 to $75,000RollingThe Prosperity Investment Program (PIP) offers a matching grant that helps businesses and property owners make tenant improvements and small and large-scale improvements to new and existing buildings.See More Details on Funder's Website1/3/20241/3/2024 3:55:38
              The South Dakota Chamber of CommerceSouth Dakota Governor’s Giant Vision CompetitionSouth Dakota resident with a unique idea committed to operating your business in South Dakota, with annual sales revenues not to exceed $500,000.Grant - Government: State$20,0002/23/24South Dakota FAST Launch encourages and supports entrepreneurs to participate in the South Dakota Governor’s Giant Vision Competition, which has a winning business award of $20,000. The South Dakota Governor’s Giant Vision Competition allows participants to compete for cash awards, present to investors and connect with potential customers. The South Dakota Chamber of Commerce and Industry hosts this competition.See More Details on Funder's Website1/4/20241/4/2024 7:35:30
              Elevate Rapid CityElevate Relocate GrantEmployers bringing new talen to the Rapid City areaGrant - Government: Local/Regional$4,000RollingThe Elevate Relocate Grant is here to provide reimbursement dollars for employers that bring talent from outside of our region to live, work, and enjoy the Black Hills.See More Details on Funder's Website1/9/20241/9/2024 11:34:34
              State of Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community DevelopmentElevate Vermont - Matching GrantHeadquartered in Vermont Has recently received a Phase I or II SBIR/STTR award Reviewed and accepted application Grant - Government: StateVariesRollingCompanies that are successful in receiving an SBIR/STTR Phase One or Phase Two award may apply for Elevate Vermont Matching Grant funds which can be used to offset expenses related to launching a new product into the marketplace that cannot be supported with the Federal funds. Matching Grant funds may be used for costs associated with marketing, market research, development of sales materials, and other related costs. See More Details on Funder's Website1/4/20241/4/2024 10:43:08
              State of Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community DevelopmentIndustry Research Partnership Program Research projects headquartered in Vermont Grant - Government: StateVariesRollingEstablished companies working to develop a new product line may run into specific problems or challenges that require a level of research or subject matter expertise not available in-house. These companies may apply to participate in the Elevate Vermont Industry Research Partnership Program to work with a researcher from an accredited institution with specialized expertise or substantial understanding of the type of challenge at hand. The Industry Research Partnership Program may offset the cost to pay for this researcher’s time to help you solve your development problem. See More Details on Funder's Website1/4/20241/4/2024 10:43:20
              State of VermontBusiness Enhancement GrantsApplicant organizations/businesses must be based in Vermont. All structures are eligible (e.g., Partnerships, Limited Liability Corporations, Sole Proprietorships, Cooperatives, Corporations, S Corporations, L3Cs, B Corporations, and/or non-profits that are involved in the support of production of agriculture and/or forest products). All legally incorporated enterprises must be registered with the VT Secretary of State. Sole proprietors using a business name other than their own name must have their assumed business name (formerly known as a trade name) registered with the Secretary of State. Grant - Government: State$15,000 to $50,000RollingGrant recipients must provide matching funds at a 100% (one-to-one) rate using cash (e.g., funds in the bank, paid staff labor hours) or a combination of cash and in-kind items (e.g., businesses time contributed to project, use of equipment, donated goods, pro bono services, volunteer labor) that the grantee organization has received from other sources. Match sources must be identified by the time of application submission and commitments in place by the time of grant agreement signing. Matching funds may not be sourced from other federal funding opportunities. Under limited circumstances, the matching requirement may be reduced or waived for applicants who demonstrate a clear need for this accommodation.See More Details on Funder's Website1/4/20241/4/2024 1:58:45
              The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets’ Trade Show Assistance GrantsEligible proposals must assert that: Proposed trade show(s) target out-of-state buyers. Typically, trade shows based in Vermont would not be eligible. However, there are exceptions in which regional, or even international trade shows happen to be held here. These shows are eligible if they meet the other requirements in this RFA. Please contact the grant program manager with questions. Applicant has previously attended trade show no more than 4 times. This grant will fund up to 5 years of attendance at a single trade show. The proposed budget demonstrates a minimum of a 1:1 cash match contribution. This grant will reimburse eligible costs for each trade show up to 50%.Grant - Government: State$2,000 to $5,000RollingThe Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets’ Trade Show Assistance Grants provide Vermont agricultural and forestry businesses with funds to exhibit and sell their Vermont products at trade shows targeting out-of-state buyers. These matching grants can partially offset the expenses associated with exhibiting at trade shows, which provide excellent opportunities to network with wholesale buyers and expand into new domestic and international markets. Applicants may include up to five trade shows in their yearly marketing plan, requesting a total of between $2,000 and $5,000 in eligible reimbursements for shows that take place between April 1, 2024 and March 31, 2025. Businesses may not apply for funding to support attendance at trade shows they have already attended five or more times.See More Details on Funder's Website1/4/20241/4/2024 2:13:45
              Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC)Entrepreneurial Micro-Grant Program - Commercialization Planning AssistanceSBIR Phase II applicantsGrant - Government: State$4,500Rollingassistance in completing business validation activities and a comprehensive market study or business plan or commercialization plan to procure Phase II SBIR/STTR funding or to prepare for angel or venture capital funding. Applicants must utilize an eligible professional services provider.See More Details on Funder's Website1/4/20241/4/2024 3:18:14
              Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC)Entrepreneurial Micro-Grant Program - Entrepreneurial Training ProgramEntrepreneurs who complete startup coursework provided by the SBDC in the University of Wisconsin-SystemGrant - Government: State$750RollingThe Entrepreneurial Training Program provides a grant of up to $750 to entrepreneurs upon successful completion of startup coursework provided by the SBDC in the University of Wisconsin-System. Eligible applicants must provide at least a $250 match. Eligible coursework may focus on either business modeling or business planning.See More Details on Funder's Website1/4/20241/4/2024 3:19:20
              Wisconsin Department of AgricultureDairy Processor GrantsEligible applicants must operate a licensed dair​y processing plant in Wisconsi​n engaged in pasteurizing, processing or manufacturi​ng milk or dairy products.Grant - Government: State$75,00010/13/24 Recipients are chosen through a competitive process. A total grant up to $75,000 is available per dai​ry processor per year. The dair​y processor is required to provide a match of at least 20 percent of the grant amount.​See More Details on Funder's Website1/4/20241/4/2024 3:21:11
              Montgomery County (Maryland) Business CenterMontgomery County SBIR/STTR Matching Grant Program - Phase 0Small business in Montgomery County, Maryland conducting research in biotechnology, medicine, or life sciences and applying for SBIR/STTR; received no prior SBIR/STTR awards; 20 or fewer employees; in operation for less than or equal to five yearsGrant - Government: Local/Regional$5,000RollingEstablished in 2018, the County’s SBIR/STTR Matching Grant Program recently was updated to enable more young biotech companies in Montgomery County to secure non-dilutive funding to advance their technologies toward commercialization. Phase 0 grants provide up to $5,000 reimbursement of technical assistance costs associated with applying for a first SBIR/STTR award.See More Details on Funder's Website2/21/20242/21/2024 11:05:54
              Montgomery County (Maryland) Business CenterMontgomery County SBIR/STTR Matching Grant Program - Phase ISmall business in Montgomery County, Maryland conducting research in biotechnology, medicine, or life sciences; in operation for less than or equal to five years; received an SBIR/STTR Phase I award in the current fiscal year; 20 or fewer employeesGrant - Government: Local/Regional$25,000RollingEligible applicants of a SBIR or STTR Phase 1 grant, may receive a matching grant of 25% of the award, up to a maximum of $25,000. Fifty percent (50%) of the matching grant amount may be used for reimbursement of the awardee’s incurred expenses attributable to technical assistance, investment assistance, or commercialization assistance.See More Details on Funder's Website2/21/20242/21/2024 11:05:55
              Montgomery County (Maryland) Business CenterMontgomery County SBIR/STTR Matching Grant Program - Phase IISmall business in Montgomery County, Maryland, conducting research in biotechnology, medicine or life sciences; in operation for less than or equal to seven years; received a maximum of four (4) Phase 1 and one (1) Phase 2 in prior awards Grant - Government: Local/Regional$50,000RollingEligible applicants of a SBIR or STTR Phase 2 grant may receive a matching grant of 25%, up to a maximum of $50,000. Fifty percent (50%) of the matching grant amount may be used for reimbursement of the awardee’s incurred expenses attributable to technical assistance, investment assistance, or commercialization assistanceSee More Details on Funder's Website1/8/20241/8/2024 10:42:31
              Decatur Downtown Development AuthorityCommercial Facade Improvement Grant (CFIG)Decatur businessesGrant - Government: Local/Regional$2,500 to $10,0001/31/24The CFIG program provides financial assistance for exterior renovations and repairs to commercial and mixed-use buildings. After a successful rollout in 2022, the CFIG has been replenished with $100,000 to support projects focused on enhancing and beautifying storefronts and awnings. Example projects include the façade mural at Siam Thai (123 Sycamore St.), the sign and awning for Float Atlanta (115 Clairemont Ave.), the new door at Rebel Teahouse (225 E. Ponce de Leon Ave., Suite 110).See More Details on Funder's Website1/8/20241/8/2024 10:58:25
              Decatur Downtown Development AuthorityCommercial Buildout Improvement Grant (CBIG)Decatur businessesGrant - Government: Local/Regional$2,500 to $10,0001/31/24The CBIG is funded with $50,000 and aims to reinforce the interior aspects of commercial buildings in Downtown Decatur, especially retail shops, restaurants, bakeries and breweries, by repairs and upgrades to walls, floors and ceilings, plumbing repair and improvement, grease trap replacement or HVAC repairs and upgrades. See More Details on Funder's Website1/8/20241/8/2024 10:59:50
              Decatur Downtown Development AuthorityMarketing and Digital Connectivity Grant (MDCG)Decatur businessesGrant - Government: Local/Regional$250 to $2,5001/31/24Focused on helping restaurant and small business owners upgrade their online presence, the MDCG has a budget of $25,000 earmarked for the design and production of marketing materials and content for digital platforms, including brand and logo design, website design, video shoots/photo shoots, and ad campaigns (e.g. Instagram, Facebook ads).See More Details on Funder's Website1/8/20241/8/2024 10:56:41
              Connecticut Center for Advanced TechnologyAdditive Manufacturing Adoption Program (AMAP II)Connecticut-based manufacturing businessConnecticutGrant - Government: State$100,0002/29/24The AMAP program is structured to exclusively assist with the acquisition of new additive manufacturing equipment that will be integrated directly into a manufacturing process or will directly improve the productivity of a manufacturing cell or environment. All applications will be assessed to determine if the proposed use of the additive equipment is possible given the technical resources of the applicant. See More Details on Funder's Website1/9/20241/9/2024 9:50:17
              Connecticut Center for Advanced TechnologyInnovation Voucher Program (IVP)Connecticut-based manufacturing business seeking to adopt Industrial IoT, Model-Based Definition, Extended Reality, and Adaptive AutomationConnecticutGrant - Government: State$25,000RollingThis grant program is intended to help Connecticut supply chain companies with the adoption and integration of IoT solutions. The program will provide matching grants for digital hardware, sensors, platforms, and related third-party integration services. Project proposals that fall under any of the Industrial 4.0 technology groups: Industrial IoT, Model-Based Definition, Extended Reality, and Adaptive Automation will be considered for funding. See More Details on Funder's Website2/20/20242/20/2024 12:01:15
              Connecticut Center for Advanced TechnologyAdditive Voucher Program (AVP)Connecticut-based manufacturing businessConnecticutGrant - Government: State$20,000RollingTo assist with the acquisition of additive manufacturing technology – hardware, software and related third-party integration services. Up to $20,000 for Additive Manufacturing Hardware, Software, and related third-party integration services. Administered on a first-come first-served basisSee More Details on Funder's Website1/9/20241/9/2024 9:53:22
              Connecticut Center for Advanced TechnologySIRI and Cyber Assistance Program (SAC)Connecticut manufacturing company or allied service provider; between 3 and 300 employees; At least 51% of an applicant’s revenue must be generated from the sale of goods they manufacture or from allied services provided Grant - Government: State$10,0002/19/24Grants will be provided on a matching basis. Up to $10,000 will be provided on a matching basis to help Manufacturers obtain Smart Industry Readiness Index assessments and Cyber Security assessments.See More Details on Funder's Website2/20/20242/20/2024 12:06:11
              Southwest Alabama Partnership for Training and DevelopmentOn the Job Training (OJT)Business resides in one of the following counties: Baldwin, Monroe, Escambia, Monroe, Clark, and Washington County. Grant - Government: Local/RegionalVariesRollingGet reimbursed 50% for training wages for as many as 26 weeks! Enhance business profitability and be more competitive. Leverage your workforce investment. Streamline the hiring process with more qualified skilled applicants. Develop training specifically to meet your business needs. Build a better team with increased morale.See More Details on Funder's Website1/9/20241/9/2024 3:34:36
              SF.govStorefront Vandalism Relief GrantYour business must: Have a storefront Have less than $8M in gross revenue in 2021 No formula retail except franchises with less than $8M in gross revenue Have been damaged on or after January 1st, 2022 Provide proof of damageGrant - Government: Local/Regional$2,000Rollinghe Storefront Vandalism Relief Grant provides up to $2,000 in financial relief for the restoration of small businesses impacted by deliberate actions that result in the destruction or damages of small business storefronts. This program will offer amounts of either $1,000 or $2,000 depending on the total cost incurred to repair physical damages (not including loss of stolen goods or property) and is available on a first-come-first-serve basis, based on fund availability.See More Details on Funder's Website1/10/20241/10/2024 9:30:55
              Grow AmericaBuffalo Small Business Assistance ProgramPrincipal (majority owner) of a small business in one of the 9 Council Districts of Buffalo New York; in operation prior to January 1, 2021; in operation at the time of application (pre-revenue businesses and those that that have ceased operations are ineligible); 50 or fewer full-time equivalent (FTE) employees; at least $35,000 and not more than $1,500,000 in annual revenue in fiscal years 2021 or 2022; experienced impact, economic or financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic or other economic factors.Buffalo, New YorkGrant - Foundation: Local/Regional Focus$7,500 to $25,000RollingBuffalo Small Business Assistance Program (SBAP) is designed to help small and minority business owners in the City of Buffalo recover from impacts of the COVID 19 pandemic and give them a plan for resiliency into the future. The grants are a one-time payment granted to eligible applicants with 50 or fewer full-time equivalent employees. Additionally, each eligible business will be provided with an opportunity for customized technical assistance(TA), and if made part of the final Grant Agreement, will commit to participate in the offered TA based on need and available program funding. See More Details on Funder's Website2/1/20242/1/2024 1:30:54
              Illinois Department of CommerceIllinois Back to Business New Business Grant Program (B2B NewBiz)To be eligible for a grant award under Illinois B2B NewBiz, for-profit businesses and nonprofit organizations must meet all the criteria listed below: Started operations between January 1, 2020, and December 31, 2021. Had gross receipts of at least $25,000 and up to $20,000,000 in 2021 (annualized if started during 2021). Currently active operations in Illinois. Have not received a Back to Business (B2B) grant prior to 2023. Business Interruption Grant (BIG), Back to Business (B2B) Grant issued prior to 2023, Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG), or Restaurant Revitalization Fund Grant (RRF).Grant - Government: State$30,0001/11/24Illinois B2B NewBiz will provide financial relief to businesses that started during the pandemic in the industries most impacted by the pandemic. Businesses that started during the pandemic have not been eligible for state grants and most federal emergency support provided for emergency relief to small businesses thus far.See More Details on Funder's Website1/10/20241/10/2024 10:33:40
              Power Up SpartanburgExisting Business Impact GrantComplete Power Up Spartanburg Intake Form At least $25,000 in total annual revenue A completed business plan At least 2 years of business financial/tax records 50 or fewer full-time employees Commitment to a Power Up initiative or a Power Up technical assistance providing partner Display need for financial assistance due to COVID-19 or other hardshipGrant - Government: Local/Regional$10,000RollingThis grant supports Spartanburg County small and minority-owned businesses operating for 2 or more years.See More Details on Funder's Website1/10/20241/10/2024 10:38:36
              Illinois Back to BusinessIllinois Back to Business New Business Grant Program (B2B NewBiz)businesses that are currently operating and began in the state between Jan. 1, 2020 and Dec. 31, 2021, according to the Illinois Back to Business website. Businesses also must have made between $25,000 and $20 million gross in 2021 to qualify.Grant - Government: State$5,000 to $30,0001/11/24Illinois B2B NewBiz will provide financial relief to businesses that started during the pandemic in the industries most impacted by the pandemic. Businesses that started during the pandemic have not been eligible for state grants and most federal emergency support provided for emergency relief to small businesses thus far.See More Details on Funder's Website1/10/20241/10/2024 12:20:12
              City of KankakeeKankakee WorksGrantees will be reimbursed for eligible expenses with appropriate documentation in an amount not to exceed $30,000. Expenses must have been incurred between March 3, 2021, and Oct. 31, 2024.Grant - Government: State$30,0002/13/24Eligible businesses may apply for cash assistance to help mitigate the impacts of revenue reductions associated with the pandemic. The city expects to award approximately 20 businesses a one-time cash grant.See More Details on Funder's Website1/10/20241/10/2024 12:20:15
              Vermont Agency of Agriculture Food & Markets Small Farm Diversification and Transition GrantAll enterprises must be based in Vermont Applicants must be in compliance with all state regulations (i.e. water quality, taxes) and in good standing with the State of Vermont To qualify as a small farm for this grant: The farm must meet ONE of the following criteria: Operate 4 or more acres for farming; OR Have filed a 1040(F) Tax Form once in the last 2 years; OR Earn an annual gross income of more than $2,000 from the sale of agricultural products The farm must NOT be registered as a Permitted Medium Farm Operation (MFO) or Permitted Large Farm Operation (LFO)Grant - Government: State$5,000 to $15,0003/4/24This grant can cover the costs of equipment, supplies, infrastructure, marketing, research, and/or workforce development costs that relate to the following project categories: Diversifying farm products, including continuing with a diversification project that began in the last 5 years Transitioning from one form of farming to another, including continuing with a transition that began in the last 5 years New processing or scaling of current processing of farm products Developing an accessory on-farm business See More Details on Funder's Website1/16/20241/16/2024 10:31:05
              Vermont Agency of Agriculture Food & Markets The Dairy Food Safety & Certification GrantDairy farmers, processors, and producer associations. Grant - Government: State$10,000 to $50,0002/22/24The Northeast Dairy Business Innovation Center (NE-DBIC) announces the availability of funds through the Dairy Food Safety & Certification Grant program, which will provide grants for dairy farmers, processors, and/or producer associations to take actionable steps to improve the safety of dairy products. Projects funded through this program will support increased production safety standards with the goal of accessing new markets. Projects that increase marketability of dairy products will be prioritized. Activities covered by this grant include accessing technical assistance, audits, food safety plan development, training, testing fees, and certain infrastructure upgrades.  See More Details on Funder's Website1/16/20241/16/2024 10:33:06
              Illinois Departmenr of Commerce and Economic Opportunity Illinois Energy Transition Navigators Program (CEJA)community based energy providers across the state of IllinoisGrant - Government: State$250000 to $6000002/23/24The goal of the program is to establish a network of community based energy providers across the state of Illinois. These providers will offer community education, outreach, and recruitment services to encourage eligible individuals to participate in the clean energy workforce and contractor development programs.See More Details on Funder's Website1/16/20241/16/2024 4:06:38
              New Jersey Economic Development AuthorityNew Jersey Innovation Fellows ProgramNew Jersey team of no less than three (3), full-time entrepreneurs leading the proposed venture, half must be first-time entrepreneurs; work must be in a target industry (high tech, manufacturing, aviation, energy, cleantech, autonomous vehicles, life science, hemp, IT, finance, insurance, digital media, non-retail food or beverage, advanced transportation or logistics)Grant - Government: State$400,000TBA June 2024The Innovation Fellows program will support would-be entrepreneurs, particularly diverse entrepreneurs, with “income replacement” grants. This resource creates an opportunity for the entrepreneurs to pursue unique startup business ventures with the security of initial income replacement funding in the two-year ideation and formation period of their businesses.See More Details on Funder's Website1/17/20241/17/2024 3:29:28
              MassVenturesSTART GrantThe SBIR Targeted Technologies (START) Grants helps Massachusetts-based startups convert research developed under SBIR and STTR contracts into businesses and jobs in Massachusetts. Grant - Government: State$100,000 to $500,000RollingSTART offers MA-based, SBIR Phase II companies grants and business guidance to help them commercialize their technologies.See More Details on Funder's Website1/17/20241/17/2024 6:19:08
              Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic DevelopmentGlobal Access Program (GAP)Pennsylvania small business seeking to exportGrant - Government: State$10,000RollingGAP is administered by the Pennsylvania Office of International Business Development (OIBD) and provides up to $10,000 per award period to qualifying Pennsylvania companies to reimburse up to 75% of eligible expenses associated with specific export promotion activities, including: overseas and domestic trade show participation, overseas trade mission participation, foreign market sales trip, subscription to US DOC services, translation/interpreter fees, website internationalization, shipping sample products, and compliance testing. See More Details on Funder's Website1/19/20241/19/2024 4:16:52
              Empire State Development's Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR) programCenter for Advanced Technology in Big Data and Health Sciences (UB CAT) iLife and health science companies willing to partner with a UB researcherGrant - Government: StateVaries3/1/24The University at Buffalo Center for Advanced Technology in Big Data and Health Sciences (UB CAT) is a project cost-sharing grant program funded by Empire State Development's Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR) program, designed to drive the growth of life and health science businesses in New York State.See More Details on Funder's Website2/8/20242/8/2024 1:58:33
              Onondaga County, New York Onondaga County Agritourism Grant ProgramAgritourism operations in New York stateGrant - Government: Local/Regional$10,000 to $100,000RollingThese grants may be used to cover a variety of projects to grow and enhance agritourism operations in four general categories: Improve, Expand, Initiate and Market. Funds may be used for projects or programs such as expanding or diversifying operations, improving safety and ease of access, or adding...
              Reference: 2024 Onondaga County Agritourism Grant Program – New York
              See More Details on Funder's Website1/23/20241/23/2024 2:31:58
              Virginia Economic Development PartnershipJobs Investment ProgramVirginia employers that directly or indirectly derive 51% or more of their revenue from out-of-state sources; creating new jobs and requiring training, retraining, or upskilling employeesVirginiaGrant - Government: StatevariesRollingThe Virginia Jobs Investment Program (VJIP) is a discretionary program that provides funding to companies creating new jobs or experiencing technological change to reduce the human resource development costs for new companies, expanding companies, and companies retraining their employees. Funding for each net new full-time job created or full-time employee retrained is based on a customized budget determined by an assessment of the company’s recruiting and training activities, as well as the project’s expected benefit to the Commonwealth.See More Details on Funder's Website1/23/20241/23/2024 2:34:45
              Virginia Career WorksIncumbent Worker Training ProgramVirginia employers VirginiaGrant - Government: StatevariesRollingThe Incumbent Worker Training Program is designed for employers who need to upgrade their current employees’ skills. This need could be triggered by new management, new hardware, new software, or other business challenges. Employers use the training provider or curriculum of their choice, including multiple training modules over the course of a year or even train-the-trainer. Applications are reviewed on a “first-come, first-serve” basis and are subject to funding availability.See More Details on Funder's Website1/23/20241/23/2024 2:41:13
              Arizona Department of AgricultureResiliant Food GrantArizona small businsses operating middle-of-the-supply-chain activities such as processing, aggregation, or distribution of targeted agricultural products, whose activities are primarily focused for the benefit of local and regional producersArizonaGrant - Government: State$100,00003/01/2024The RFSI program supports the development of the middle-of-the-supply-chain for Arizona-based food and farm businesses. Funds amy be used for equipment and infrastructure that supports expanding capacity for the aggregation, processing, manufacturing, storing, transporting, wholesaling, and distribution of local food products including specialty crops, dairy, grains for human consumption, aquaculture, and other food products, excluding meat and poultry. See More Details on Funder's Website2/19/20242/19/2024 3:29:37
              The Women’s Business Development CouncilWaterbury/WBDC Small Business Grant ProgramWaterbury, Connecticut small business; in operation at least one year; record of annual sales/revenue in the last twelve months greater than $25,000 and less than $2,000,000Waterbury, ConnecticutGrant - Foundation: State Focus$10,000RollingThe Waterbury/WBDC Small Business Grant Program is designed to help businesses in the City of Waterbury, Connecticut grow. Grants will be awarded for clearly defined projects that will have a measurable impact on the business, its growth and profitability. Funds cannot be used towards operating expenses (e.g. inventory, on-going marketing expenses, salaries), real estate improvements (e.g. construction costs), reimbursement for past purchases or debt repayment.See More Details on Funder's Website2/20/20242/20/2024 12:11:22
              Wyoming Business CouncilState Trade Expansion Program (STEP) GrantsWyoming small business seeking to export a product or qualifying service that has at least 51% U.S. contentGrant - Government: State$5,0009/29/24STEP grants will reimburse 75% of eligible exporting expenses, including: Registration fees and booth space for trade shows; Trade mission fees; Currency exchange fees: Other associated and allowable travel expenses; Fees for shipping samples, equipment, materials in support of attending a foreign trade event; Cost of compliance testing an existing product for entry into an export market; Website translation into foreign language, search engine optimization, and localization services See More Details on Funder's Website1/31/20241/31/2024 1:05:11
              Wyoming Business CouncilMarket Expansion GrantsWyoming-based small business (or with a significant nexus/physical presence in Wyoming and 50% of employees within the state) seeking to entre new domestic markets outside WyomingGrant - Government: State$4,0009/29/24The Market Expansion Grant (previously known as the Trade Show and Market Expansion or TSME grant) helps defray costs of market expansion activities, inlcuding: Trade show booth related expenses, shipping products and/or exhibitor booth materials; marketing materials specifically tailored for the event; custom booth materials; and trade show travel, lodging, and advertising costs.See More Details on Funder's Website2/5/20242/5/2024 11:23:57
              Nantucket Chamber of CommerceRock Solid Grant ProgramThe current or proposed business must be for-profit, with primary operations on Nantucket. If the application is for an existing business, it must have generated revenue and profit in the previous calendar year. If the application is for a new business, there must be a well-developed business plan for producing revenue in the current calendar year. Businesses that have received prior grants are eligible, although priority will be given to those who have not already benefited from this grant program.Grant - Government: Local/RegionalVaries2/29/24The Rock Solid grants, funded in part by the Town of Nantucket and ReMain Ventures, began in the fall of 2020 as a way to assist Nantucket businesses during a difficult economic period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The grants have continued and expanded since then to include five rounds of Rock Solid and one specific technology-focused grant cycle called Tap Into Technology.See More Details on Funder's Website2/5/20242/5/2024 11:24:04
              ScaleUp West VirginiaSBIR/STTR Assistance Programyour company must be located in one of the 40 West Virginia counties eligible for funding through TechConnect West Virginia’s ScaleUp West Virginia program and meet all the eligibility requirements of the federal agency to which the company’s SBIR or STTR application will be directed.Grant - Government: State$5,000 to $7,500RollingThrough resources provided by the U.S. Economic Development Administration and the State of West Virginia, TechConnect West Virginia has created The ScaleUp West Virginia SBIR/STTR Assistance Fund. Limited funding will be available on a first-come, first-served basis to support West Virginia-based companies’ need for outside expertise in developing and submitting successful SBIR or STTR applications.See More Details on Funder's Website2/6/20242/6/2024 9:09:39
              The West Virginia Small Business Development CenterWest Virginia SBIR/STTR Entrepreneurship & Innovation Investment Fund The Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs provide R&D financial resources to U.S. small businesses of about $1.2 billion annually. Through these programs, eleven federal agencies provide funding for a wide range of proposal topic areas. These programs provide excellent opportunities to nurture the development of innovative businesses in West Virginia, foster job creation, and enable economic development and diversification.Grant - Government: State$2,500RollingThis opportunity offsets the cost of professional proposal preparation services for Phase I applicants.See More Details on Funder's Website2/6/20242/6/2024 9:15:23
              The South Carolina Department of Agriculture (SCDA)
              Reference: Specialty Crop Block Grant Program – South Carolina
              Specialty Crop Block Grant Program Producers, industry, or community based organizations involved in specialty crop productionsGrant - Government: StateVaries2/23/24Specialty Crop Block Grant Program (SCBGP) funds will be made available to South Carolina from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for the 2024 fiscal year budget to be administered by SCDA. See More Details on Funder's Website2/6/20242/6/2024 1:09:39
              Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR)Wildlife Habitat Grant Program Any local, state, federal or tribal units of government, profit or non-profit groups or individualsGrant - Government: State$10,000 to $100,0003/18/24Priorities include: Develop or maintain wildlife openings.  Develop and maintain or contribute to large (>250 acres) grassland or savanna complexes. Develop and update water control structures and dikes at managed waterfowl and wetland areas.  Early successional forest  Maintain forest heterogeneity See More Details on Funder's Website2/6/20242/6/2024 1:15:02
              Empire State Development and LISCEast Buffalo Small Business Working Capital Grant ProgramQualifying businesses must be located in the area designated below. Area bounded by: Main Street (properties fronting on both sides); North Street (properties fronting on both sides); Michigan Avenue (properties fronting on both sides); William Street (properties fronting on both sides); Belt Line, also known as the Eastern DL&W Rail Line (properties west of the corridor); and Kensington Avenue (properties on both sides).New YorkGrant - Government: State$5,000 to $50,000RollingThe $3 million program will provide grants of $5,000 to $50,000 to eligible small businesses in a designated area of East Buffalo to help largely minority-owned establishments rebound from the social and economic impacts of the mass shooting at Tops Friendly Market on Jefferson Avenue earlier this year.See More Details on Funder's Website2/6/20242/6/2024 2:59:25
              Empire State Development (ESD) ESD Grant Funds • For-profit businesses • Not-for-profit corporations • Business improvement districts • Local development corporations • Public benefit corporations (including industrial development agencies • Economic development organizations • Research and academic institutions • Technology parks • Municipalities, counties • Regional planning councils • Tourist attractions • Community facilities • Incubators New YorkGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingCapital grant funding is available for capital-based economic development projects intended to create or retain jobs; prevent, reduce or eliminate unemployment and underemployment; and/or increase business or economic activity in a community or Region. Funding will be allocated to projects, including priority projects identified by the Regional Councils, identified as significant, regionally supported and capable of stimulating economic investment. See More Details on Funder's Website2/7/20242/7/2024 6:51:48
              Empire State Development (ESD) Excelsior Jobs Program • For-profit businesses • Not-for-profit corporations • Business improvement districts • Local development corporations • Public benefit corporations (including industrial development agencies • Economic development organizations • Research and academic institutions • Technology parks • Municipalities, counties • Regional planning councils • Tourist attractions • Community facilities • Incubators New YorkGrant - Government: StateVariesRollingThe Excelsior Jobs Program provides job creation and investment incentives to firms in strategic industries such as software development, scientific research and development, financial services, agriculture, manufacturing, back office, distribution, life sciences, music production and entertainment companies. Firms in these industries that create new jobs or retain existing jobs and make a significant capital investment are eligible to apply. Enhanced tax credits are available for “green projects” in the manufacturing, software development, scientific research and development, and agriculture strategic industries. “Green project” is defined in program regulations. Additionally, effective April 8, 2021, an enhanced investment tax credit and childcare services tax credit component were introduced for childcare expenses for projects operating in a qualified strategic industry. See More Details on Funder's Website2/7/20242/7/2024 6:53:38
              Empire State Development (ESD) Market New York • For-profit businesses • Not-for-profit corporations • Business improvement districts • Local development corporations • Public benefit corporations (including industrial development agencies • Economic development organizations • Research and academic institutions • Technology parks • Municipalities, counties • Regional planning councils • Tourist attractions • Communi