Since its inception in 1953, the SBA has served to aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small businesses.

While the SBA is best known for its financial support of small businesses through its many lending programs, the agency also plays a critical role in providing funding to organizations

that deliver technical assistance in the form of counseling and training to small business concerns and nascent entrepreneurs in order to promote growth, expansion, innovation, increased productivity and management improvement.

The mission of the WBC Program is to act as the catalyst for providing in-depth, substantive, outcome-oriented business services to women entrepreneurs, both nascent and established businesses, a representative number of which are socially and economically disadvantaged.

This mission is accomplished through the award of financial assistance to private, 501(c)- certified non-profit organizations to enable them to affect substantial economic impact in their communities, measured by outcomes such as successful business start-ups and capital infusion .

Agency: Small Business Administration

Office: Small Business Administration

Estimated Funding: $447,199

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Additional Information of Eligibility:
In order to be eligible for funding under this opportunity, Applicants must – Be a private nonprofit organization certified under § 501(c)- of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986; Currently be in the SBA’s WBC Program; Successfully complete a 5-year Initial WBC Project by September 29, 2019, or a 3-year Renewal WBC Project by September 29, 2020; Continue to meet the program criteria as provided in the Eligibility section of this FOA.

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