The Chamber’s Hispanic Business Alliance is proud to announce the launch of their Small Business Grants program. The HBA works hard year-round to promote the Hispanic business community and this is one more way they can support small businesses.
With funds raised from the annual Dia de los Muertos Festival, the HBA launched a grants program with the goal to provide a small cash injection to businesses who have an immediate need or a specific project they are trying to fund. Many business owners and entrepreneurs face challenges when starting or expanding a small business. These grants can help bridge these types of funding gaps.
To apply for this need-based grant of up to $3,000, the business will need to provide a detailed explanation of how they’ll use the funds, show how the grant will support business growth, and provide supporting documentation. A limited amount of funds are available, so unfortunately not every request can be fulfilled but the HBA is thrilled to be able to help small businesses and entrepreneurs.