Business Grants for Women in the USA free listings

When Leah Oviedo reached out for help; it’s like, duh, of course Leah.  As a supporter of the collaboration and Grant program, I strongly urge all men and women to participate by spread the word… CSea Perkins

share the opportunity, earn free listing

Would you or someone you know like a permanent business listing in the iiWomen business directory? Spread the word about our micro-grant program in the USA and we will give you a free text listing in our directory. http://iiwomen.com/Profiles/index.htm

Send us the link to your website, social network or blog where you have mentioned our grant with the following link http://iiwomen.com/New/index.htm and we will add your business to the directory.  All directory listings include your business name, 30 word description and URL address. The grant program is a long time dream of mine to encourage women and girls to become financially independent. I need your support to help make this dream a reality.  Leah Oviedo, founder of Investing In Women.

Two easy steps:

1) Publish a brief explanation about our grant program such as “Business Grants for Women in the USA” or “Check out this new micro-grant program for women business owners in the USA”. You can also add the below article about the grant that can be republished in part or whole. Include the live link to our grant page: http://iiwomen.com/New/index.htm

You can publish this on your website, blog or Twitter account.

2) After you have published the above info, send us the link to where it is and include your business name, URL and a 30 word description to investinginwomen@gmail.com.

We will add your listing and send you a confirmation email.

The current grant applicant is Gazelle Simmons, a virtual assistant and author. She started her business Admin Services in 1998 and is currently in need of a new computer. “The desktop computer I’m currently using was purchased in February 2005…It is an essential part of my business and I couldn’t work without it.” Gazelle wrote in her grant application. As a virtual assistant she works with business owners who need administrative support but not a full time employee. Her services include, but are not limited to presentations, data entry, mass-mailings and editing/proofreading.

Gazelle lives near Atlanta, GA with her two teenage daughters. She is active in her community and spends her free time volunteering. After 10 years as an executive administrator she became her own boss so she would have the time to care for her aging parents. “I could be available for my parents, children even friends and family while still doing work I loved. For the first time in years, I looked forward to working.” says Gazelle

With the new grant program, everyone gets a chance to be involved. Investing In Women will begin the grant with $25 and the remainder will be donated through the site by visitors and from paid advertisements. All grant donors will receive recognition on the site with their name or website link.

“This gives us more transparency in our grant process and allows others to do something positive for a small business owner.” says Leah Oviedo, founder of Investing In Women. “Our goal is to offer 100 micro-grants in the next 2 years. After this grant is awarded we will be awarding another and so on.”

Investing In Women was founded in February of 2009 with the goal of encouraging women to be financially independent. They offer free business resources and tools that can be used by all entrepreneurs, not just women. Set up like a co-op, members of the site contribute their knowledge and resources on different business subjects. In exchange they receive free advertising.

If you would like to learn more about the Grant, Gazelle Simmons or Investing In Women visit http://iiwomen.com/New/index.htm.

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  1. Women are always back to men in many fields ,but they can come forward by doing some better works to our society.

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