Charleston, W V. (WSAZ) – Mayor Amy Schuler Goodwin announced that 17 companies will receive Small Business Investment Grants during the 2022 summer grant cycle.
The total funds awarded amounted to $152,800. To date, more than $800,000 have been awarded as part of the Small Business Investment Grant Program.
“Our Small Business Investment Grant Program helps our local businesses leverage funding to make facility improvements, further enhance marketing strategies, and strengthen their standing in the Charleston community,” said Mayor Amy Schuller Goodwin. “If you are a small business owner or know someone, I encourage you to learn more about this grant program. If you have reviewed the application and found that you have questions, contact us. We are here to help.”
Applications for the Fall Session Small Business Investment Grant are now available.
To apply for the Fall 2022 scholarship, business owners can visit the link at the top of the city’s webpage. Businesses can be awarded up to $10,000 annually through the scholarship program and recipients must match their award at 25%.
The city says examples of eligible projects include broadband connectivity; marketing; Advertising; demolition projects construction of interior or exterior surfaces such as doors, windows, fences, stairs and ramps; or drawing.
Applications for the fall session are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, September 30, 2022. Anyone with applications can call 4-348-8174.
Companies that received funds during the summer 2022 cycle include:
- Burns – $10,000
- Circle M Food Mart – $10,000
- El Fuego, LLC – $10,000
- Imbros Real Estate Company – $10,000
- Fun Fitness Kids Club, LLC – $4,000
- Poetry Station 1901 – $10,000
- Hair Corridors – $7650
- K Nicole Collection – $10,000
- Kinship Goods – $5000
- Rental Services – $10,000
- MCVD Properties, LLC – $7,253
- Mishoe Chiropractic – $10,000
- Phat Daddies – $10,000
- Pugh Furniture – $9508
- Short Story Brewing – $10,000
- Tea spoons – $10,000
- Zion Child Development $9,389
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