Who’s eligible: Companies whose products were made publicly available in 2019 or later; or, companies who have not yet launched Must be pre-revenue or under $2.5M gross annualized revenue Your company’s products or services are available currently in commerce or are planned to be within six months from application Your company and founder(s) have an…

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Who’s eligible: Existing Mom Project partner companies with fewer than 5,000 employees. What is is: The Mom Project has created grants through its Stronger Together Fund to help its partner companies fund the extension of existing contractors or enable new full-time roles. Funds must be applied to roles extended or started before June 30, 2020.…

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Who’s eligible: Majority women-owned businesses and entrepreneurs who will exceed $50K in revenue but the time you apply. What it is: SheEO provides a 0%-interest loan with a five-year term for each Venture. Ventures pay back their loans in 20 equal installments over a five-year period. As the funds are paid back, the money gets reinvested…

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Who’s eligible: Black women entrepreneurs What it is: The Doonie Fund makes micro investments of $500 in Black women entrepreneurs. Since its inception on April 5, 2020, the fund has invested in over 500 black women entrepreneurs. Take action: Learn more about the fund and apply on its website. From: digitalundivided

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Who’s eligible: Small businesses, rural businesses, and entrepreneurs What it is: The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) has put together and maintains a list of financial assistance opportunities for Colorado businesses. The list is meant to help small businesses find access to alternative funding sources beyond EIDL, PPP, and other federal…

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Who’s eligible: For the grant: for-profit companies that employ 2-50 employees, have been in business for two years as of March 2020, have an annual revenue between $250K and $2M, and have experienced challenges from COVID-19. Find more eligibility requirement details.  What is it: Salesforce is providing $10,000 grants for small businesses impacted by COVID-19.…

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Who’s eligible: Independent contractors, gig workers, and others who are unemployed at no fault of their own. Learn more about qualifying for benefits. What it is: For the first time, independent contractors and gig workers qualify for unemployment payments from the government along with other individuals who have been laid off.  Take action: Apply and…

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Who’s eligible: 501(c)(3) nonprofits What it is: If you’re a nonprofit looking for more information on the CARES Act loan application, you can read through frequently asked questions put together by the Colorado Nonprofit Association. Learn more: Find answers to common nonprofit questions. From: Colorado Nonprofit Association

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Who’s eligible: Nonprofits impacted by COVD-19 What it is: Philanthropy Colorado and Community Resource Center provide an updated list of local, regional, and statewide relief and assistance funds. Learn more: Read the Philanthropy Colorado list and the Community Resource Center list. From: Philanthropy Colorado and Community Resource Center

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