Deadline to apply for ,000 small business grant and mentorship program by Intuit

Intuit, a leading global financial technology platform known for TurboTax, Credit Karma, QuickBooks, and Mailchimp, has introduced the QuickBooks Grant Program. This program is designed to provide ,000 grants to 20 small business owners and offer them valuable business mentorship resources.

Small businesses play a crucial role in the economy, but they often face challenges accessing capital. Emma Rodgers, Senior Vice President of Marketing & Revenue at Intuit QuickBooks, emphasized the importance of helping small businesses thrive. She highlighted that many entrepreneurs struggle with accessing capital, and QuickBooks is committed to supporting them with the necessary tools and resources to grow and succeed.

The QuickBooks Grant Program is open for applications from small business owners in the U.S. from May 28 to June 30, 2024, at 11:59 pm PT. Applicants are required to submit a brief essay outlining how the grant award will help them overcome business challenges or achieve their business goals. Detailed eligibility requirements and judging criteria can be found on the application site.

In addition to the ,000 grant, each of the 20 recipients will receive three months of mentorship resources. This mentorship program will focus on utilizing digital tools such as QuickBooks and Mailchimp to gain business insights, streamline processes, and engage with customers effectively.

The Intuit QuickBooks Entrepreneurship Report for 2024 highlights the increasing interest in starting new businesses among U.S. consumers. Despite the positive outlook on entrepreneurship, small businesses still face financial obstacles like limited credit availability. The grant program aims to address these challenges and support small businesses in achieving their goals.

For more information about the QuickBooks Grant Program and to submit an application, visit