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November 16, 2021

March 2021 “Food & Beverage” Business Specific Grant Awarded to Bonafide Betties Pie Co.

Bonafide Betties Pie Company

Woman Entrepreneur:
Brittany Hardin

Where Is She Now?

After months of “pop up” events, Bonafide Betties Pie Company has flourished into a full-fledged boss-lady company.

Congratulations to Brittany Hardin, Founder of Bonafide Betties Pie Co. for being the WomensNet $5,000 March Business Specific Grant recipient in the category of “Restaurant, Catering and Food Service.”

Hardin hand mixes all the crusts for her pies and presses every one of them into the tins. With the Business Specific Grant, Hardin will now be able to buy more equipment to make production more efficient. “As of right now our budget only allows for the bare minimum on equipment. I am looking to buy a dough sheeter and a pie press. With these two pieces of equipment my production will increase significantly without taking away my quality,” she told us.

‘USA Today’ recognized Bonafide Betties Pie Company as “Best Pies In Texas”.

Reminder that the category of the $5,000 Business Specific Grant in April is “Sustainability”. If you applied for an Amber Grant in 2021 and your business is related to sustainability, you’re eligible to win the $5,000. If you’re going to apply in April, you’re eligible to win both the $10,000 Amber Grant as well as the $5,000 Business Specific Grant.

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“You have to be in it to win it...seize the opportunity and apply.”

Nerd Wallet

“Every month, WomensNet awards three $10,000 Amber Grants to women-owned businesses. At the end of each year, monthly grant winners are eligible to receive one of three $25,000 annual grants.”


“Launched 20 years ago this grant honors the memory of a young woman who wanted to be an entrepreneur but died at age 19 before she could achieve her goal.”


“The Amber Grant offers three $10,000 grants to women-owned businesses each month. Then, at the end of each year, WomensNet gives an additional $25,000 to three grant winners from that year.”

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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.”