August 11th 2021

July 2021 Amber Grant Finalists

We’re thrilled to share with you 5 finalists for the $10,000 July Amber Grant.

The July recipient will become the eighth qualifier for our 2021 year-end Amber Grant ($25,000). We’ll announce the business selected to receive the $10,000 grant by the 23rd of this month. Remember, each of the runners-up will earn $1,000 in grant funds.

Note: The $10,000 Amber Grant continues to run monthly in 2021. If you’d like to apply in support of your women-owned business, you can fill out an application. In August, an additional grant of $5,000 will be awarded to a women-owned business in the Hair Stylists/Products industry.

Shortly, we’ll announce the July, business-specific grant award recipient (Animal Services, $5,000).

Finally, a big congratulations to the following 5 Amber Grant finalists for last month:

212 Junk Removal Services

Woman Entrepreneur:
Danell Eklund

CUPs Coffeehouse

Woman Entrepreneur:
Holly Shook

House of Tocumen LLC

Woman Entrepreneur:
Annabell Alsup

Her Website:

Hurst Springs Lavender Farm

Woman Entrepreneur:
Cindy Fry

I Am Legend Ket Braids

Woman Entrepreneur:
Ket Braids

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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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“This organization offers monthly grants of up to $10,000 to support female entrepreneurs starting businesses. Those who qualify for these grants are also in the running for a yearly $25,000 grant.”