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The Federal government does not provide grants for women to start or expand a small business. Generally, grants for women entrepreneurs are provided by non-profit organizations. Our resource guide for women owned businesses provides information on several Federal and state loan programs specifically for women business owners.

To learn about other small business financing programs, use the Loans and Grants Search Tool; or visit the Small Business Loans guide to get general information about loans and how to apply for them.
 




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