If you run a Google search for small business grants, most sites look shady — with some even charging money to provide you with grant opportunities. Or they’re government-controlled sites that force you to fit a certain profile and require you to fill out time-consuming paperwork.
We’re quite different. WomensNet helps you find legitimate grants, loans, and other funding for your business venture. Yes, you’re still going to have to put in some time and hard work. But if you’re serious about growing your business, you’ll find our site is a big help.
A perfect place to start is with our Amber Grant for Women. Businesswomen from Hawaii are eligible to apply for this grant, which runs monthly. If you’re 1 of 12 Amber Grant winners this year, you’re automatically eligible for an additional $25,000 Amber Grant at the end of the year.
That’s right — WomensNet will award a total of $27,000 to one woman-owned business this year. Could it be you?
After you’ve applied for our grant, please take a bit of time to check out the resources below. There are folks in Hawaii waiting to help women business owners just like you!
WomensNet launched the Amber Grant in 1998 to honor the memory of an ambitious young woman who died at the age of 19, before she could realize her entrepreneurial aspirations. Today, these grants help women like you fulfill the dreams that Amber could not.
Every month, WomensNet judges award one or more Amber Grants of $2,000 each. Then, at the end of the year, one of those grant recipients is selected to receive the $25,000 Amber Grant.
By telling us your story. There are no lengthy, complicated documents to complete; just answer a few questions about your business. But hurry—applications are due by the end of the month for the next $2,000 Amber Grant.
You’re in luck. We’ve done hours of research and compiled a list of the 20 best small business grants available for women today—and we’d love to share it with you!
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“20 Terrific Grants for Women Business Owners.”
And be sure to check out these excellent resources available to help businesswomen like you in Hawaii:
500 Ala Moana Blvd. Suite 1-306A, Honolulu, HI 96813
Ph: (808) 547-2700
Professional Women’s Network of Hawaii
Small Business Development Center of Hawaii
200 W. Kawili St., Hilo, HI 30602-5412
PHONE: (808) 974-7515