WomensNet News

May 7th 2010

Amber Grant Spotlight

We go over many applications for the Amber Grant and wish everyone could receive help for either starting their business or assistance in taking the business they have to the next level. We often come across a business or an idea that really intrigues us. Recently Jennifer Gero of Simply Apples sent in an application. I think you will be as interested as I was. One of my favorite movies is Baby Boom, a 1987 film staring Diane Keaton as a NYC business women who inherited a friends’ baby girl. In celebration of Mother’s Day, I’d like to share with you SimplyApples.com.

Located in Stow, MA., Simply Apples is a web based store that offers baby gifts and housewarming gifts, with an apple theme.

Jennifer also shared with us a inspirational quote: “When you have a dream you’ve got to grab it and never let go.”- Carol Burnett

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“The Foundation awards $10,000 to a different women-owned business every month. At the end of each year, one of the 12 grant winners is awarded an additional $25,000.”

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“Launched 20 years ago this grant honors the memory of a young woman who wanted to be an entrepreneur but died at age 19 before she could achieve her goal.”

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“The Amber Grant Foundation was launched in 1998 to honor the memory of a young woman. The grant was formed to help women entrepreneurs reach their goals when Amber could not.”