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January 7th 2021

December 2020 Amber Grant Finalists

We’re pleased to share with you 10 finalists for the $10,000 December Amber Grant.

The December recipient will become the first qualifier for our 2021 year-end Amber Grant ($25,000). Currently, we expect to announce the December recipient within the next week.

Note: The $10,000 Amber Grant will continue to run monthly in 2021. If you’d like to apply in support of your women-owned business, you can fill out an application on this page.

For now, congratulations to the following 10 women-owned businesses, each one a finalist for December, 2020:

Silk Stem Collective

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Arrow

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Halo Missions

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Hoot and Howl

 

Iron River Coffee Company

 

A Place for Grace Community

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Downtown Streets Team

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King in Development (KID)

 

Tiny Leopards

Website

 

Satin Care

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