NYC Love Your Local Small Business Grant Program

The Love Your Local Small Business Grant Program is a program created by the NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) to help local businesses continue providing the jobs, goods, and services that make our neighborhoods vibrant. The program will select 20 small businesses to each receive an in-depth assessment of their business, one-on-one business consultations, and a grant of […]

Art in the Parks: Alliance for Flushing Meadows Corona Park Grant 2018 Application

NYC Parks’ Art in the Parks program has collaborated with artists and arts organizations to produce over one thousand public artworks in New York City parks. This program gives the opportunity for artists to showcase their skills and be awarded a grant of $5,000. To be eligible for this award, you must be a Queens-based artists only—artists who have specialized training in […]

Businesses Can Now Apply for $90,000 Grant

Love Your Local Small Business Grant Program NYC Love Your Local grants are open to small businesses operating for at least three years in New York City’s five boroughs. Selected businesses will receive up to 20 hours of in-depth consultations from industry experts to determine how best to adapt to rising real estate costs, and up to $90,000 in grant […]

#LoveYourLocalNYC in Flushing, Queens!

In February 2017, Mayor de Blasio announced the #LoveYourLocalNYC Initiative to celebrate small independent neighborhood businesses and offered $1.8 million in grant funding for these small local businesses. By registering a local business on the NYC Love Your Local add business page, that local business raises the visibility of their business in the New York City area. At the same time they become eligible […]

Enjoy a $5 Gourmet Meal with Your Neighbors!

2017 Greater Flushing Soup This coming Earth Day, April 22, 2017, Queens residents have the opportunity to participate in Queens SOUP, a crowd-funded micro-granting community dinner, hosted by the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce. Inspired by Detroit SOUP, the Chamber raised over $800 for neighborhood improvement projects in 2016 — this spring the program is expanding to fund projects from […]