Neighborhood business districts can apply for matching grant to support ‘Shop Small’ and Small Business Saturday

by | Sep 24, 2015

The city’s Neighborhood Match Fund’s Small Sparks Fund is proving up to $1,000 for business groups to support Small Business Saturday on Nov. 28 and “Shop Small” holiday activities.

Small Business Saturday and Shop Small are efforts to promote shopping and dining at small independent businesses in neighborhood business districts during the holiday season. This year’s Small Business Saturday is November 28, and the Shop Small campaign lasts through the holiday season.

The Small Sparks Fund has resources to support efforts to promote your business district. Activities could include events, entertainment, or marketing to neighborhoods during the winter season, but the ideas are endless. The application is online at seattle.gov/neighborhoods/nmf/webapplication.htm. The deadline to apply for Small Business Saturday is October 16; and for other events, the deadline is at least six weeks before your activity. To learn more call 206-733-9916 or visit our website at seattle.gov/neighborhoods/nmf/smallsparks.htm.

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