LISC.ORG announced it deposited $20,000,000 into an account for raising $1,000,000,000 to fund grants for Black-owned businesses and, affordable housing projects, and grants to be given to underepresented minority business owners. We will post how-to-apply for the grants instructions when LISC begins accepting applications. Stay tuned. This new $1B intiative will be ongoing for 10 years, starting November 19th, 2020. Sounds too good to be true doesn't it? Yeah, I know.
You just missed a round of grants being offered for $25,000 to $75,000 from the Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation (MGCC). The deadline to apply was November 17th 12 midnight. Preference was given to small businesses whose owners are women, minorities, veterans, members of other underrepresented groups. Watch this page for future grant notifications from MGCC.
Upload a request for funding. Explain your most pressing need and BlackBoston.com will help find you the money. Make the Request
City of Boston Small Business Relief GRANTs -- APPLY ONLINE
The Black Economic Council of Massachusetts BLACK FUTURES FUND provides up to $50,000 line of credit. Your business must gross at least $500,000 a year and meet other criteria. APPLY HERE
Use a Black-owned company to get your job project done. Make a Request. We shall refer you to a Black-owned businesses in our database.
Black Wall Street means different things to different people. We think of it as an area in the Nubian Square parcel with homes, churches, hotels, schools, stores, shops, and buildings that are all Black-owned.