Resources For Small Business Grants
Here is a list of the top web sites, publications and organizations that can be helpful when searching and/or applying for grants:
Business.com - Directory of small business loans and financing programs, such as micro-lending, business grants, cash advances, lines of credit, credit cards, and more.
BusinessFinance.com - An online search tool that allows individuals to sift through 4,000 sources of business financing - including loans, capital, and investments.
Business Gateway - A small business guide to government grants and loans. Discusses SBA loans, venture capital financing, and small business grants.
Dept. of Education - An online grants resource by the U.S. Department of Education to facilitate scholarships and grants for students, educators, and businesses involved in education.
Dept. of Housing and Urban Development - A program from the Dept of Housing and Urban Development whereas they promote opportunities available through local governments and non-profit organizations to make financial assistance and counseling available.
Entrepreneur Magazine - Respected resource and search feature for business grants and venture capital. Also, offers news and announcements about the latest funding opportunities.
Grants.gov - A unified site sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for interaction between grant applicants and the federal government agencies that manage grant funding.
Grants For Women - Online resource for women and girls looking for grants to start or expand a business. Also, features tips and advice on grants for launching a non-profit organization.
NIH Grant Funding - A listing of small business research funding opportunities from the National Institutes of Health, Office of Extramural Research located in Washington, DC.
Small Business Administration - The Small Business Innovation Research Program and the Small Business Technology Transfer Program help ensure that the nation's small, high-tech, innovative businesses are a significant part of the federal government's research and development efforts.
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