4 Platforms Community Entrepreneurs Can Source For Funding

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4 Platforms Community Entrepreneurs Can Source For Funding - Are you a Community Entrepreneur or a business owner looking for ways to source for funding to establish your business objectives? If yes, then we have good news for you.

We attended a virtual community groups discussion yesterday where the speaker shared four links he used to source for funding and we thought it will be nice if we share the update with you in this blog post. Read details below!

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Who are Community Entrepreneurs?

Community entrepreneurs are considered independent individuals who create or administrate an online or offline community space to help provide services that benefits their community. They are forward-thinking, innovative people or businesses that operate business in Education, health, Agriculture, ICT and NGO. They generate effective and sustainable employment by developing their human capital.

4 Platforms Community Entrepreneurs Can Source For Funding

Below are some of the links you can use to source for funding:

1. SME Support Centre https://sme-supportcentre.com

2. Nourishing Africa https://nourishingafrica.com

3. Funds for NGOs https://www.fundsforngos.org

4. Global Giving https://www.globalgiving.org

SME Support Centre Mission is to drive the profitable and sustainable growth of the African agriculture and food landscapes by attracting, empowering, equipping, connecting and celebrating over 1 Million dynamic and innovative young African agri-food entrepreneurs.

Nourishing Africa Vision is to scale up the SME ecosystem in Africa by providing simple, localized and sustainable solutions.

Global Giving Mission is to provide high quality business and investment advisory to address the needs of African SMEs and to connects nonprofits, donors, and companies in nearly every country in the world. We help fellow nonprofits access the funding, tools, training, and Support they need to serve their communities.

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It takes a lot of research, a lot of work and 10 tonnes of patience to get funding. Especially for Sub-Saharan Africans.

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