In most cases, a ‘business grant’ is open to women and minority owners, social entrepreneurs, and green initiatives. While the Small Business Administration or SBA gives grants, they come as low-interest loans. In the same way, a few start-ups gain funds from private foundations, angels, and venture capitalists. These groups give to programs with a high social impact or great growth potential.
Grantors seldom support individuals. But when they do, grantees must make sure that spending is consistent with their goals and objectives. Also, the funds almost always cover only a part of the budget and not all of the costs that come with it. Thus, it is best for business grant seekers to apply with several funders to boost their chances of getting funds. We offer services such as writing mini grants, doing grant search, and more.