Minority Business Grant Sources

Black Business Grants is Usually for Nonprofits unless you enter business competitions.

www.Grants.gov - This is the US government's official site to find grants it is offering. Remember most grants are for nonprofits serving the public good. However if you are a for profit business you may be able to partner with a nonprofit to help your community.


www.FDNcenter.org - This is the Foundation Center and is where the grant writing professionals go to get legitimate grant sources.

www.fundsnetservices - Another great website to locate legitimate grant opportunities. Used a lot by professional grant writers.

              HP's Microenterprise Development Program

Hewlett Packet claims in gave out over 135 million dollars in financial contributions in this program in 2013. It may be a good thing to checkout. To learn more about the HP Microenterprise Development Program please visit: Click Here.

Grants for Genealogical Organizations

If you represent an organization which serves the genealogical community at large - or if you serve a smaller community (perhaps you produce a family newsletter, host a website, organize reunions or some such thing) -- and find yourself shy of necessary funds, please consider checking out the following site below to apply for a small grant. The owner will review all submissions and periodically select one for a donation. Her goal is one per month. Submissions will remain active candidates for six months from the date of receipt. Hint: She finds herself drawn to innovative ideas that can serve as a model to others! Why not give it a go at: http://honoringourancestors.com/grants.html          


Discover How this grant Expert Raises over 250 Million Dollars in Grant Financing

Leading Grant Writer Dr. Beverly Browning
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