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Country-Specific Funding Opportunities

We are happy to share these funding opportunities and resources with you. Feel free to share this information with your personal and professional networks. We have no affiliation with these organizations - so any specific questions should be directed to them.


  • WIA54 - WIA is committed to supporting African women entrepreneurs. Application is 2-step process. WIA team will get back to the pre-selected candidates after step 1. Grant for 5,000-10,000 Euros. Apply by 5/31/22. Learn more here.


  • Boost Your Business Technology - Grant for up to $15,000 offers support to Canadian-owned small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) who want to adopt new digital technologies. Learn more here.

  • Grow Your Business Online - Microgrants of $2400 are for help with the costs related to adopting digital technologies for small for-profit businesses based in Canada. Businesses must commit to maintaining a digital adoption strategy for six months after participation in the program. Learn more here.

  • Main Street Innovation Fund - Provides funding to Business Improvement Areas (BIAs) and not-for-profit organizations with ties to the business community to test innovative and creative solutions to local challenges and share their findings/results with others in the city of Toronto. Grants for $25,000-$50,000. Apply by 3/31/22. Learn more here.

  • She's Next Grant Program (Visa and iFundwomen) - Canadian women entrepreneurs can apply for a chance to receive one of ten grants for $10,000 each and one year of mentorship support to further develop their businesses. Apply by 3/15/22. Learn more here.

Information courtesy of Kirsten Barker - Program Director for the Bank of America Institute for Women's Entrepreneurship at Cornell University, of which Coach Racquel is an alumnus.

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