Grants galore for small businesses, from $500 to $25,000


This week, a number of grants are available for small businesses ranging from $500 to $25,000. And some of them have different July deadlines, so you need to apply before the end of the month. The state of the economy being what it is, you should always be on the lookout for grants you can apply for.

The grants seek to provide immediate relief with a cash injection to the small businesses they wish to support. Whether it is a public or private grant, as a business owner, you owe it to yourself to try to obtain these grants. Take a look at what’s available.

Grants with a July deadline include several options. This includes small local government incentive programs to business capital provider Antares, Bantera Bank and others. While all grants have a deadline, these have a final application deadline in July, so keep an eye out for dates before applying.

The Latest Micro and Women-Owned Business Grants Small Business Grants are looking to help with funds of up to $25,000. Grants come from local and state programs as well as the Wells Fargo Foundation, the Coos Economic Development Corporation, and others.

If you are in Texas, a $100,000 grant is available for underrepresented business owners in the state. Grants will range from $1,500 to $10,000 per business. Plus, it includes a guaranteed spot in one of Founders First’s acceleration programs to provide additional help with business operations and more.

In related news, the Senate introduced a bill to issue another round of COVID relief to help small businesses by making $6 billion available. The grants will provide the funds to hard-hit small businesses that may suffer substantial losses in 2020 and 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

There is also an SBA advisory for small businesses affected by the wildfires in California, Oregon and Washington. Although not grants, the loans offered by the SBA have low interest rates (2.88%) and long terms (up to 30 years). If you are in these states, do not miss the opportunity.

Small Business News Roundup – July 1, 2022

Here’s the rest of this week’s news:

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New Dropbox store lets creators sell digital assets

Dropbox has announced that individuals in the United States can now start using the new Dropbox store app to sell their digital content such as art, plug-ins and music.

Meta announces new ways for creators to monetize Facebook and Instagram

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3 Indicted for selling $88 million worth of pirated phone system software

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Florida cop charged with EIDL loan fraud – Find out how he allegedly used the money

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Microsoft says Viva Sales will redefine the seller experience

Microsoft recently launched the Viva Sales app which it hopes will redefine the salesperson experience while improving productivity.

Mastercard and Verizon launch new credit card for small businesses

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Spa owner pleads guilty to payroll tax evasion charges

A Brookville, New York business owner has pleaded guilty to willfully failing to collect and pay employment taxes to the IRS. Spa owner pleads guilty to payroll tax evasion charges Court documents show that Sung Soo Chon, known as Steve Chon, oversaw the day-to-day operations of two spas and their related businesses.

Patrick Palmer explains how to start a successful business in a small town

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TikTok says small businesses are flocking to the site

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SBA administrator releases statement on Roe vs. Wade quashing

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Should we really imitate superstar CEOs?

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Picsello promises to be breakthrough software for a photography business

A new all-in-one photography management software designed to help photographers manage, market and monetize their business has been launched. Picsello promises to be revolutionary software for a photography business Picsello is more than a software management platform as it provides intuitive business tools, data and coaching through its fully integrated platform.

10 online businesses for sale in June

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