Salesforce Care Small Business Grants
Thank you for your interest. As part of Salesforce’s commitment to small businesses and giving back to the community, Salesforce is partnering with Ureeka to offer eligible small businesses the opportunity to receive a $10,000 grant to help them through the COVID-19 outbreak. Navigate below to see if you are eligible and how to continue with an application.
Am I eligible?
To be eligible to apply, companies must:
Be a for-profit company
Have between 2 to 50 employees
Have been in business for 2 full years as of March 2020
Have an annual revenue between $250k and $2M
Have experienced challenges from COVID-19
Meet all other eligibility requirements as stated in the Grant Program Terms linked here.
How do I apply?
In order to ensure an optimal user experience, applications will open in 2 phases. Phases are based on location, and will not affect your likelihood for receiving a grant. Each phase will have 1 week to apply.
If your business meets the eligibility criteria above, find your state in the map below. If the application is open, click to start the application process.
What happens after I apply?
All applicants will be required to fill out an eligibility form prior to the application. If deemed ineligible, you will not be able to move forward with the application process.
If eligible, you can continue with the application. You will receive a confirmation email with next steps within 24 hours after you have completed all parts of the application and submitted.
Have additional questions? Learn more about the program on our FAQ page.
Salesforce has partnered with Ureeka as the grant application, judging and community partner. Ureeka will provide businesses with grant application support, ongoing resources, and counsel.
Ureeka is a community of peers, mentors and coaches who have the experience and knowledge of best practices to grow a strong business. Join and get access to the people, tools and services that the pros take for granted. Use code ‘UreekaHelpsSmallBiz’ to register.