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  1. American Association of University Women Fellowships and Grants

    AAUW FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS – American Association of University Women (AAUW) is a nationwide network of more than 100,000 members and donors, 1,000 branches, and 500 college/university institution partners. AAUW’s mission is to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. For 130 years, AAUW members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day — educational, social, economic, and political. Our commitment to our mission is reflected in all aspects of our work.

  2. Digital Women Grants

    DIGITAL WOMENS GRANTS – Digital Women is an International community for businesswomen. It has over 17,000 women members and is growing everyday. Membership provides women with all sorts of business tools to help then succeed in business. They also have an interactive mail list so that they can ask each other business questions, get help with getting their business online and much more.

  3. Federal Grants for Women

    FEDERAL GRANTS FOR WOMEN – There are thousands of federal grants that will benefit women. The U.S. federal government has over 900 federal grant programs. Some of these grants are designed to help women with specific needs or living in specific geographic locations. The U.S. federal government offers a wide range of diverse grant opportunities which address issues for women not only in America, but around the world. In order to qualify for a federal grant such as these, nonprofit organizations should be stable and mature entities who have been in the business of helping women for at least 3-5 years and have a good record of developing community partnerships with other helping organizations.

  4. Government Grants for Women

    GOVERNMENT GRANTS FOR WOMEN – The government has special programs set aside for women that are designed to assist in starting up a small business, providing grants and scholarships for school (including loans for school and Financial aid), and even grants for graduate school including law school and medical school. More than $50 billion dollars is given away every year to individuals and businesses in the form of free grants. There are thousands of grants for women available and this free money can be used for almost any purpose – including to buy a house, start a business, pay for college, buy equipment, buy school supplies, get out of debt, buy clothing, pay for child care, pay for music, art or education lessons, paying off your medical bills, pay for gas for your car, and just about anything else you desire.

  5. Grants for Women

    GRANTS FOR WOMEN – Grant assistance enables women to recover from an unfair and unjust system that has existed for a long time. The concept is very similar to affirmative action initiatives that help other minority groups. Business grants help women either start or expand an existing home business or non-profit organization. Education grants help women pay for college – tuition, books, and even dorms. These types of opportunities make up the thousands of federal, state, and private grants for women that are designed to give them the tools and funding they need to be successful.

  6. Venture Worthy

    VENTURE WORTHY – Second Venture Corporation was founded by serial entrepreneurs to address the needs of emerging companies and investors worldwide. Second Venture has developed a proprietary Venture Exchange Network to enable Venture Capital Funds and Angel Investor Groups to better manage their deal flow. We believe that many company founders have learned invaluable lessons from the fallout, overheating, and hysteria of the dot-com gold rush. It is our intention, in creating the Second Venture network, to address the needs of both entrepreneurs and investors in this new environment.

  7. Woman Owned

    WOMAN OWNED .COM – WomanOwned.com started as Woman Owned Workplaces in May, 1997.  Through word of mouth, the site has grown to serve over 3.5 million women business owners from all around the world.  We provide online business information and networking assistance as well as a number of resources for setting up / running / growing businesses.  Our most outstanding feature is an online search engine of women business owners from every type of industry and from almost every country around the world!