Small Business Grants: April 2023

April 20, 20232 Minutes

Every small business can use a little extra help with funding, but sometimes it can be difficult to find grant opportunities, especially while taking care of all the responsibilities that running a business requires. To support the search, we’ve compiled a list of five grants to take care of that first step in the process. Check out these current grant opportunities and be sure to apply by their deadline, if listed.
*Last updated: April 20, 2023

1. Restaurants Care Resilience Fund

This grant is for restaurant owners specifically! Independent restaurants can apply for $5,000 grants to support their growth. The deadline to apply is May 7, 2023. Click here to apply.

2. Verizon Small Business Digital Ready

Large corporations like Verizon help small businesses access grants and resources through their Small Business Digital Ready program. The program takes business owners through engaging courses and offers grant funding opportunities for additional support. Apply by May 12, 2023 to be considered. Click here to learn more and apply.

3. Small Business Readiness for Resiliency Program

Readiness for the unexpected is a great way to keep your business safe. With this program from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, small businesses can apply for $5,000 grants if their business has been impacted by community disasters. Apply by May 31, 2023. Click here to get started.

4. Sales Tax Exclusion (STE) Program

Businesses in California looking to purchase equipment in their manufacturing facilities may be eligible for the STE program. This is an ongoing application process with no listed deadline. Click here to learn more.

5. Mountain Small Business Grant (San Bernardino County)

Businesses affected by the San Bernardino County winter storms are eligible for one-time grants ranging from $3,000 or $15,000 depending on the amount of employees. Applications are open now with no listed deadline. Click here for more information.

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