Women are spearheading the effort to roll back climate change — which really shouldn’t surprise anyone. One of the most impactful ways is through women entrepreneurs starting businesses that incorporate environmental and/or economic sustainability.
Yes, it’s possible to make a profit AND still come up with creative ways to promote economic and environmental sustainability. The planet and our futures really depend on women business owners coming up with sustainable solutions for any number of industries.
We at WomensNet are inspired by women who are driven to use their skills to provide a good or service to benefit their community and who want to invest their time and passions into a purpose-driven business model. We want to see more women doing what they love. That’s especially true of businesses that are economically and environmentally sustainable.
That’s why we give “Business Specific” Grants based on each month’s category — including a grant specific to women in the sustainability industry during the month of April.
Your sustainability applications can include any subcategory such as:
The Amber Grant Fund has grown through the years. That growth is reflected in two ways by the winners below. First, by the increase in the dollar amounts of each grant. Second, by the increase in how many times a grant is given.