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Goodbye Summer: The Leaves May Turn Red, but You’ll Still See Some Green With These August Grants

While the summer is coming to a close, you might start to miss the green leaves as fall settles in. With these August grants, though, there’s nothing to be sad about. Start applying, and you’ll see plenty of green!

  1. Equity Match Grant Program
    • What: Grants ranging between $2,500 and $10,000. 
    • For: Women-owned businesses in CT. 
    • Deadline: Applications open August 14th, 2023. 
  2.  She’s Connected by AT&T
    • What: $20,000 grant, a year of free AT&T service alongside a new device
    • For: women-owned U.S. based small businesses with under 51 employees
    • Deadline: The deadline to apply is August 31, 2023
  3. The Amber Grant 
    • What: $10,000 in grants
    • For: women-owned businesses
    • Deadline: August 31st, 2023 (recurring monthly) Next deadline is September 30th
  4. The Atomic Grant
    • What: $1,500 in microgrants, Mentoring from leading strategy and culture consulting firm Keystone Group International, Free year of membership to Passion Collective On Demand
    • For: women business owners
    • Deadline: September 22, 2023, 6 p.m. EST (recurring quarterly)
  5.  The Incfile Fresh Start Business Grant
    • What: $2,500 grant
    • For: Entrepreneurs who are just starting their businesses
    • Deadline: September 30, 2023
  6.  High Five Grant For Moms
    • What: Winner receive a $25,000 grant, runner-up will receive a $10,000 grant, third place finalist will receive $5,000
    • For: Women caregivers with children of all ages, including first-time expecting moms, stepmoms and foster moms
    • Deadline: Applications are open from September 1-30, 2023
  7. You Glow, Girl
    • What: $10,000 grant, one-year supply of Eat Me Guilt Free products, mentoring, physical health & wellness prize
    • For: female entrepreneurs
    • Deadline: Applications open on October 19, 2023.

Check out last month’s grant opportunities to get more options to keep it green.

About the author

Aaron Rippin

Aaron Rippin is a student at The College of New Jersey studying Interpersonal and Strategic Communications. At school, he serves as Co-VP for the Asian American Association and plays on the men’s rugby team. Outside of his academic life, he likes hanging out with friends or watching movies, thrifting, going to museums, cafes, making art and the outdoors.

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