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Good funding resources, loans, grants or other types of business funding, for a woman business owner, a woman starting a new business or a woman entrepreneur are few and far between. Truly free women in business grants for woman owned businesses or start-ups are rare, funding such as bank loans usually require equity and so funding usually comes from credit cards, family loans or trusting friends.

 

So how do you find the resources you need?

 

If you are an American Citizen, you are entitled to apply for free grant money from the Government.

Look at WomensNet for information on Government grants.

 

The Small Business Administration (Office of Women's Business Ownership) helps level the playing field for women entrepreneurs, who still face unique obstacles in the world of business. At every stage of developing and expanding a successful business, it is here to counsel, teach, encourage and inspire.  See the "Hot List" of outside resources.

Federal Money Retriever is a grants and loans database software containing information on all U. S. federal government grant and loan programs.  There is a cost for the software, but the site allows you to research some of the grant dollars that are available.  They have a specific category for grants available for women.

The Women's Funding Network promotes the development and growth of women's funds that empower women and girls by fostering strategic alliances among women, donors, communities and institutions.

American Association of University Women
is a foundation of one of the largest private sources of funding for graduate women in the world. It supports aspiring scholars around the globe, teachers and activists in local communities, women at critical stages of their careers, and those pursuing professions where women are underrepresented.

Please be careful. Don't ever give out information like your credit card number or bank account number.  Do ask questions and make sure you get the answers.

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