We're awarding 20 grants across four categories totalling $100,000.
Tell us a bit about your business and how this money would help you. Easy peasy.
Make sure to apply before June 23rd. Winners will be announced Aug 2021.
A little can go a long way in a home service business. From new equipment, to marketing dollars, to launching a new service, team training, and financial relief—your reasons for applying will be personal and unique to your business.
Almost entrepreneurs, new business owners, and experienced owners, you're all invited to apply for one of 20 grants ranging from $1,000 to $20,000 based on which category your business qualifies for.
Almost-entrepreneurs who have the drive to start and run a home service business.
Entrepreneurs in the early stages of building their team, client list, and services.
Entrepreneurs ready to scale their mature business to the next growth stage.
Entrepreneurs who could use a boost to get back to their pre-COVID state.
If you know someone who could benefit from a Boost grant, share the link and spread the word!
Initial application will be open until June 23rd, 2021.
Fill out an application. Tell us about your business and how you’d spend the money if you won.
If selected, we want to understand your business plans, entrepreneurship style, and community impact.
Our judging panel will look at your online presence to get to know more about you and your top-notch service.
Finalists will share stories and answer questions from our Boost judging panel.
We’ll announce our 20 grant recipients and spotlight your story to share with our community of entrepreneurs.
“Typically when I see a grant I'm almost always assuming it's for a specific cohort and I wouldn’t qualify. Loans are very, very, very hard to get in the states. As far as going to a bank and getting $10k for your business, you're not going to get it.”
Royce Ard, My Amazing Maid
"The home improvement sector is missing something when it comes to funding. Home services isn't sexy like tech so it doesn’t get attention. It's very hard to get a grant as your average joe business.”
Steven Knight, Mosaic Home Services
"Even though I own a successful business (landscaping, cleaning, handyman, etc.) and it’s levelled up quite a bit—I don't think we're important enough to be offered grants. It’s awful for me to say, but that’s what I think. When I think 'grant' it feels more geared toward businesses higher up in the totem pole."
Mimi Carjaval, Nice Care Living