Grants
 
COVID-19 Recovery
A crowdfunding platform that provides various grants and free coaching to women-owned businesses affected by COVID-19.
Small business owners impacted by COVID-19 Pandemic could be awarded a $10,000 grant.
NYC-based businesses will be awarded grants of up to $10,000. Priority given to women and minority-owned businesses or those who did not receive SBA loans.
Cash awards of $5,000 for Latinx-owned businesses. Thirty entrepreneurs will be selected.
Small Business impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic are eligible for monthly grants.
The Small Business Relief Fund will match $500 grants to qualifying businesses that raise at least $500 through a GoFundMe campaign. 
Business Growth & Launch 
Black Women-owned businesses may receive grants ranging from $10,000-$20,000 each to help them continue to build and grow their business.
Women-owned businesses and female entrepreneurs can receive a $10,000 grant each month or the $25,000 grant annually towards their business idea.
This annual competition provides Manhattan, Bronx, and Staten Island-based startup entrepreneurs with the opportunity to win seed money. Grant awards include $15,000 for the first place winner and $7,500 for the runner up.
An innovative female entrepreneur will receive a $100,000 equity investment.
Online entrepreneurs who have an Alibaba.com account and an innovative product idea or go-to-market strategy have a chance to be awarded a $10,000 grant.
The Women’s Fund provides grants up to $50,000 to support the creation of digital, film, music, television, and theatre content that reflects the perspectives of women. 
Woman entrepreneur operating in one of the following industries: Entertainment & Film, Music, Journalism, Sports, STEM and Hospitality will receive a $10,000 grant.
Black Women or nonbinary entrepreneurs have the opportunity to be awarded grants of up to $10,000.
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