Procter & Gamble’s Small Business Recovery Grants No Secret, As HBA Announce Registration

Today, the Harlem Business Alliance announce a $1.2 million investment from Procter & Gamble and their Secret Deodorant brand, LISC is offering relief and recovery grants of up to $10K to help small businesses in underserved communities.

The partnership will prioritize the needs of women- and minority-owned beauty salons and barbershops, childcare centers, and other family-owned ventures, with the Secret brand’s contribution, specifically assisting Black female entrepreneurs.

The grant round opens today, Monday, July 27th, 2020, and eligible businesses are encouraged to register.

The grant round opens today, Monday, July 27th, 2020, and eligible businesses are encouraged to register.

For those seeking a small business relief grant, please visit LISC’s Small Business Grants FAQ page for more information.

This is an opportunity to bring much-needed capital to entrepreneurs who have been hardest hit by the pandemic, and who received the least federal stimulus assistance.

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