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The BALSA Grant Program to help First-Time Entrepreneurs (US)

The BALSA Grant Program to help First-Time Entrepreneurs (US)


Deadline: 24-Jan-21

The BALSA Foundation is seeking applications for the BALSA Grant Program to help first-time entrepreneurs get their ideas off the ground.

The Premium Grants Database

Early Grant Information for NGOs

Benefits

BALSA Grant finalists receive:

Free (non-dilutive) cash grant of $1,000.
The Learning Series, a 10-week comprehensive entrepreneur training program that helps participants realize their potential, introduces them to the St. Louis business ecosystem and brings them industry experts every week that also includes one on one time with each presenter after the session.
(Valued at $20,000+ in In-kind professional services.
One-on-one mentoring.
Eligibility Criteria

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This grant-making trust inviting Charities to help Socially Disadvantaged Groups during COVID-19

Support available for NGOs working on social innovation, inclusiveness and sustainability

Advocacy grants to strengthen the voice of communities and grassroots activists

USD $250,000 to $2 million funding available for each selected partner to address Covid-19 impact in select countries

Funding provided through capital support for community development projects

Endowment Funding of € 25,000 for young people fighting for freedom

Small Grant Fund for protecting endangered animal species

Grant program for transforming women’s lives for hard to fund projects

Seed Funding for Youth-led Organisations: Invitation to Submit Proposals

Grant Opportunity to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 and Future Pandemics

Submit Inspiring Projects that drive Long-term Economic, Social, and Environmental Sustainability

Rapid-Response Fund for CSOs working on Women’s Empowerment

US Funding for Justice, Social Inclusion, empowerment of the vulnerable and freedom from violence

Small Seed Funding and Fellowship for young African leaders for leading social ventures

The BALSA Grant is designed for first-time St. Louis entrepreneurs wanting to start or grow their early-stage business in St. Louis. They welcome applications from all business sectors, and from non-profit as well as for-profit organizations.
Ineligibility Criteria

Being under the age of 18.
Having started a successful business before. They wish to exclude serial entrepreneurs and those who were or are making a living from a business they started.
Having received any outside equity investment, significant outside funding, or a previous BALSA Grant. Financial support from the founders, their family, and personal friends is OK.
Living outside of the greater St. Louis area. Their aim is to help those in the St. Louis region, broadly defined as residing or operating within 25 miles of St. Louis City Hall.
Important: They will not review applications that are outside of the word limits described in the application (1300-1800 characters per section).

For more information, visit http://www.balsafoundation.org/balsa-grant

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