The Eagle Valley Community Foundation is offering $5,000 grants to Latino, black, Indigenous, and people of color entrepreneurs in Eagle County, Colo., to help them start or expand their businesses, the Denver Post reports.
"We are dedicated to ensuring that BIPOC entrepreneurs have the resources and support they need to thrive and positively impact our local economy," Melina Valsecia, executive director of the foundation, says in a press release.
According to the press release, the foundation's mission is "to drive economic equity and prosperity in the region" and Elevar is "a visionary endeavor aimed at addressing the unique challenges faced by BIPOC entrepreneurs, including access to capital, business development opportunities, and mentorship."
Interested parties can check out the foundation's website to see how they can apply.
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