2024 Pierce County Tourism Grant Program - Apply by April 14 (See more above)
Pierce County Business Accelerator Program - Applications open until cohorts are filled! This program serves entrepreneurs and business owners throughout Pierce County with a focus on underserved communities. Following six-weeks of business training, graduates are eligible for grant funding opportunities.
Washington MBDA Achieve More Grant Program - Apply by March 19. WA MBDA has allocated $200,000 to provide direct business resiliency grants that help minority and/or woman-owned businesses “achieve more.” Recipients of the Achieve More Grant (AMG) can use the funds for infrastructure improvements, employee training, and business equipment.
Seattle-Washington State Korean Association Small Business Innovation Fund Grant - Apply by March 31. This program offers grants for small, minority, women, veteran, and economically disadvantaged business owners. Check out an open house on March 18.
Washington State Dept of Commerce Hospitality & Lodging Grant Program - Apply by April 6. Hospitality businesses negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic or the state's eviction moratorium may be eligible for a one-time grant. Check eligibility requirements at wahospitalitygrants.com.
Growth Grant for Underserved Manufacturing Enterprises - Open through April 30 or until all funds are allocated. Impact Washington is offering this grant program to provide assistance to small Washington State manufacturers in historically underserved communities. Selected manufacturers can receive up to 80 hours of consulting and training – (up to $24,000 value).
City of Tacoma Digital Sales Access Program - A program for Tacoma-based business owners to help them grow their businesses through increased e-commerce capacity, social media marketing, improved digital literacy, greater financial awareness, and a connection to a reliable community.
Pierce County Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy + Resiliency (C-PACER) Program - The C-PACER program allows owners and developers of eligible properties in Pierce County to obtain long-term financing, at a lower interest rate, for qualifying energy generation, energy efficiency, water conservation or resiliency projects.