Harlem Business Alliance’s Neighborhood Business Grants From Harlem To Hollis

CitizensNYC, with the support of Wells Fargo, is offering grants up to $10,000.

These grants will fill gaps in funding by prioritizing businesses owned by people of color, immigrants, and women.

While small businesses have kept their doors open, there is a significant need for assistance to fund business continuity.

This period of recovery is a pivotal point to keep going.

Proposals that focus on both physical and human infrastructure will be prioritized (technical system upgrades, location alterations, hiring support, marketing, training, PPE, etc.).


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Grants will be available to barber shops, restaurants, food carts, vegetable stands, eCommerce, and other small businesses as well.

Unlike many financial opportunities currently available to small businesses, this program will provide grants rather than loans.

See the link below for details on upcoming information sessions.

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