ChristiPowell Posted November 7, 2022 Share Posted November 7, 2022 Useful Resources of the Week To help you prepare for your business or gather inspiration. We have compiled a number of resources and organizational tools. Check out these grants. Tonya Lewter-Gordon, ED, NMDS Presenter of 2022 Business Matchmaking Expo for Supplier Diversity takes picture with Women of Long Island Builders Institute Committee (LIBI). Roddenberry Catalyst Fund - The Catalyst Fund is offering grants to Nonprofits & Social Enterprises to fund ideas or early-stage projects that have a high potential for large-scale impact and sustainable change. You can be a seasoned social entrepreneur or a first-time changemaker. Eligible candidates for the Catalyst Fund may be individuals, teams of individuals, non-profit organizations, or social enterprises. Grants for up to $15,000. https://roddenberryfoundation.org/our-work/catalyst-fund/ [r20.rs6.net] AAUW (American Assn of University Women) Community Action Grant - Community Action Grants provide funding to individuals as well as community-based nonprofits for innovative programs that promote education and equity for women and girls. Grants for up to $10,000. Apply by 12/1/2022 - https://www.aauw.org/resources/programs/fellowships- [r20.rs6.net] grants/current-opportunities/community-action/ [r20.rs6.net] Amazon's Black Business Accelerator - Dedicated to helping build sustainable equity and growth for Black entrepreneurs by enabling their success as sellers. Grow your business with access to financial support, strategic business guidance and mentorship, and marketing and promotional support. https://sell.amazon. 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Past recipients used their growth grants for computers, equipment, marketing materials, software purchase, website creation and more. https://www.hersuitespot.com/herrise/ [r20.rs6.net] Juntos Crecemos Hispanic Digital & Delivery Program (PepsiCo) - PepsiCo is inviting Latina entrepreneurs who work in food service to apply for eight weeks of personalized expert consultation, including best practices across operations, technology, marketing and digital presence. https://pepsicojuntoscrecemos. [r20.rs6.net] com/jefaowned/ [r20.rs6.net] SBA Thrive Emerging Leaders Training program – Training program for business owners that have annual revenues of at least $250,000 and have been in business at least 3 years and have at least one employee. https://sbathrive.com/about/ [r20.rs6.net] Start Small Think Big is a nonprofit that helps small businesses with limited access to the resources needed to create thriving businesses. They partner with small business owners to provide personalized support. They focus on NY and CA markets. If you are interested in becoming a "client" of theirs for their free services and support, you can fill out this application - https://partner. [r20.rs6.net] startsmallthinkbig.org/bofainstitute [r20.rs6.net](https://partner.startsmallthinkbig.org/ [r20.rs6.net] bofainstitute-esp [r20.rs6.net] for application in Spanish) Verizon Small Business Digital Ready - Online curriculum designed to give small businesses tools to succeed in today's digital world including learning modules, expert coaching and peer networking. https://www.verizon.com/about/responsibility/digital- [r20.rs6.net] inclusion/small-business-training [r20.rs6.net] Empire State Development Corp.’s COVID-19 Capital Costs Tax Credit Program - Individual businesses can apply for tax credits of up to $25,000, which may cover up to half of qualified, pandemic-related expenses. Qualifying expenses include supplies or upgrades related to health and safety, including disinfectants, new HVAC equipment, touchless kiosks, and outdoor-space expansions. - https://esd.ny.gov/covid-19-capital-costs-tax-credit [r20.rs6.net] NY State Pandemic Small Business Recovery Grant - Small Business Recovery Grant Program was created to provide flexible grant assistance to currently viable small businesses, micro-businesses and for-profit independent arts and cultural organizations in the State of New York who have experienced economic hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Grants from $5,000 to $50,000 - https:// [r20.rs6.net] nysmallbusinessrecovery.com/ [r20.rs6.net] “If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude. Don't complain.” ― Maya Angelou 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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