Grants Available

Published on
June 21, 2024


  1. Grants are $1000. (Everyone is eligible (for-profit and non-profit).  Funding is to create positive change in the community.
  2. - Grant for women content creators on a public platform such as Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, or TikTok.
  3. - Apply today for your chance at a $10,000 small business grant and/or up to $500 in LegalZoom products and services.
  4. - Entrepreneur Bootcamp for Veterans Only grant
  5. - The HerRise MicroGrants, offering $1,000 each, are open to women of color entrepreneurs across diverse fields. Your business must be 51% owned by women of color, currently registered in the US, and less than $1 million in gross revenue.
  6. The Corporate Counsel Women of Color Grant Program gives a $2,500 grant to each of the recipients.
  7.  Eligible Applicants: Female entrepreneurs 22 years of age and older with businesses registered and operating solely in the United States. An applicant’s business must address a social issue directly or through its business model, and must not be more than 3 years old.
  8. - Our micro grants aim to empower African and Caribbean women around the world for social and economic development. For the rest of 2024, we are giving away a few $500 USD micro grants to women of African and Caribbean descent, based anywhere in the world, who are entrepreneurs, nonprofit founders and creatives.
  9. - The Creative Business Boost Initiative, presented by Hello Alice and the Global Entrepreneurship Network (GEN), with support from Etsy’s Uplift Fund! 100 creative entrepreneurs will be selected from eligible entrants to receive a $5,000 grant and access to an exclusive Boost Camp coaching program, helping them access the capital and resources they need for growth and success.
  10. - For struggling PROFESSIONAL musicians ONLY to help pay for personal expenses.
  11. - If you have an essential employee who is a military reservist called to active duty, SBA provides loans to help eligible small businesses with operating expenses.
  12. - Walmart Sparkle Grants

Grants for 501c3 Tax-exempt non-profits ONLY:

  1. - This grant opportunity is with the Federal Government.  They are looking for ways to reduce youth violence.  You can be a non-profit WITHOUT your 501c3 status.
  2. - READY Community Foundations provides no-cost training to help these organizations strengthen operations, programming and fundraising.  Following completion of the training program, participants will be eligible to apply for up to $25,000 in funding (no-match required) to implement internal capacity-building projects and bolster their organizations as critical local funding sources.
  3. - Grants to South Carolina nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and academic institutions for dental healthcare programs to benefit local residents.
  4. - The STEM Innovation Grant was created to fund programs that inspire and encourage Pre-K-12 students to pursue their interest and curiosity in STEM.
  5. - Grants to USA nonprofit organizations that support Black girls and women. Funding is intended to assist organizations that champion Black women by removing barriers, promoting empowerment, increasing access to funding and education, advancing representation in certain industries, and support leadership development.
  6. - Charitable donations from Kroger Corporation
  7. - Big Lots grant funding is intended for programs and projects in the focus areas of hunger, housing, healthcare, and education.
  8. - Grants to USA non-profits and organizations for forwarding their missions.  These grants will provide unrestricted funds.  The only requirement is that you have a 501c3 status.
  9. - ALDI is a part of the community. Responsibility means making a positive contribution to the community by supporting nonprofit organizations dedicated to improving Children’s Health & Wellness and combating Food Insecurity. For organizations whose mission or core programs meet these pressing issues head on, ALDI can provide gift cards to assist in food costs.
  10. - This is for $500 worth of promotional items for your non-profit.
  11. - The Foundation's grantmaking is currently focused on regenerative agriculture and nutrition education efforts nationwide. The Foundation's other areas of giving are responsive to community needs and at the discretion of the board.
  12. - Non-profit organizations can apply for a $10,000 grant to fund an actionable project on their wish list.
  13. - Publix Super Markets Charities supports various types of nonprofit organizations throughout the Southeast with a primary focus on helping youth, promoting education, alleviating hunger, and reducing homelessness.
  14. - These $5000 grants support organizations that meet the fundamental needs of people experiencing poverty in South Carolina. Organizations that receive funding in this category are delivering programs providing resources associated with life and health, education and skills, or access and participation.
  16. - Our Community Mission is to provide great value to our communities by helping vulnerable families and children access the resources and opportunities they need to build a better future. At this time, in addition to our support for current national and local nonprofit partners, we are accepting letters of inquiry from nonprofits seeking grant support in the following areas only: Basic needs (food, clothing, and shelter), Access to opportunities outside of school that enable school success for at-risk youth (pre-kindergarten to grade 12), Workforce readiness training for at-risk youth (ages 16-24), Safety from domestic violence (shelter, prevention, and services)
  17. - Wells Fargo

Grants for Farmers and projects that support farming:

  1. - OCCSP provides cost share assistance to producers and handlers of agricultural products who are obtaining or renewing their certification under the National Organic Program (NOP).
  2. - Grants to USA farmers for infrastructure, equipment, and services. Funding is intended for applicants from limited resources, socially disadvantaged, veteran, and beginning farmer populations.
  3. - Today’s students are more removed from agriculture than ever before. To help the next generation of consumers learn that agriculture is an integral part of our everyday environment, and that farming is exciting and important, the SC Farm Bureau Young Farmer and Rancher program offers a Learn-to-Farm classroom mini-grant program for teachers in public and private schools. The mini-grant program provides a $500 mini-grant to a school in each of the four South Carolina Farm Bureau districts for teachers who qualify through an application process.
  4. - Rodale Institute and Foodshed Capital are working together to support socially disadvantaged producers through the collaborative BIPOC* (*Black, Indigenous & People of Color) Farmer Micro-Grant Program. Foodshed Capital is a non-profit loan fund dedicated to building a more equitable and regenerative local food economy. Their services support small-scale regenerative farmers and food entrepreneurs with affordable, flexible financing, zero-cost wraparound business support and financial literacy training, and micro-grant funding in collaboration with values-aligned service providers like Rodale Institute.

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