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"21 Terrific Grants for Women Business Owners"

You're probably asking yourself, "How do I Get a Small Business Grant?"

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Well we're here to tell you that there are small business grants for women available - and we've found excellent resources to help you with your search.

We’d love to start by giving you our FREE Special Report: “21 Terrific Grants for Women Business Owners.”

Not only does it include our very own Amber Grant for Women, but we’ve done hours and hours of research to bring you 20 more sources that help women business owners with grants.

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Six steps to find a grant:

1. Analyze your organization's needs.
Make sure you have a solid understanding of the:
  • Problem or need you want to address
  • Audience that will benefit from your product or service
  • Kind and amount of support you need
  • Resources and commitment your group brings to the project
  • Potential and prospective partners in the community
2. Research various types of foundations.
Learn the operational differences between:
  • Corporate foundations
  • Civic foundations
  • Private foundations
3. Look for funding matches.
Identify funders who:
  • Are able and likely to fund projects in your geographic area
  • Share a similar core mission or goals
  • Have already supported similar ventures or projects
4. Compile a list of prospects.
Group them in two ways:
  • By Geographic Location (city, state, region)
  • By field of interest or program subject
5. Review and refine your list.
Eliminate prospects that DON’T FUND:
  • In your state
  • Your type of organization
  • Your subject
  • The type of support you need
  • Your size project
6. Select the most appropriate funding prospects.
Research them in detail:
  • Contact them directly to request annual reports and other publications
  • Search print and online media to identify projects that received grants in the past
  • Ask former grant recipients for advice and why they felt they were successful over other applicants