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How to Identify and Apply for Small Business Grants

About this event

One year into the pandemic, small business owners are still having to navigate changing health regulations, ongoing stay at home orders and an influx of funding options. We know that many small business owners need help to address these immediate financial concerns and to access critical resources for their employees and their businesses.

Join Small Business Majority to learn how to identify grant opportunities to keep your business open and thriving.

Topics of discussion include:

  • Public and private grant programs
  • Venturize.org, a free online resource hub for information about small business loans, retirement, and healthcare
  • How to find grants and create a grant prep sheet for applications
  • Overview of the California Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Bianca Blomquist CA Policy & Engagement Manager @ Small Business Majority

    Bianca Blomquist manages policy operations for California and engages directly with small business owners in Northern California. Prior to joining SBM, she staffed a member of the US House Financial Services Committee and lobbied for five years on healthcare, trade, labor and infrastructure issues.

  • Team member
    Small Business Majority

    Small Business Majority is a national small business advocacy organization, founded and run by small business owners to ensure America's entrepreneurs are a key part of a thriving and inclusive economy.

  • Guest speaker
    Latavia Pineda Southern California Outreach Manager @ Small Business Majority

    Latavia Pineda manages Small Business Majority’s outreach and education efforts in Southern California. Latavia is passionate about uplifting the voices of small business owners and advocating for policies and initiatives that promote economic development in the region.

Small Business Majority

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