The Rural Development Fellowship (RDF) is an annual fellowship that allows rural businesses to receive government grants to create jobs and improve their communities.
This year’s application process is similar to previous years, and companies that applied will receive $20,000.
The RDF is currently accepting applications from companies in four categories: small business, rural, community and small-business.
RDF seeks to assist rural businesses and communities in the following areas: Small Business: Small businesses can apply to the RDF for a loan of up to $1,500.
This is a grant for up to two years.
This can include up to 10% of the business’s initial cash or up to an additional $1.25 per week.
The company must also apply to have its business placed on the RDO (Regional Office of the United States) list of approved Rural Development Associations (RDAs).
This list includes rural and small communities.
The RDAs are nonprofit organizations that represent businesses in developing regions, providing technical assistance to small businesses, training to local and state governments, and other support to grow and grow their businesses.
For more information, visit the RDA website.
Community: A small business or community-based organization can apply for the RDC to receive $5,000 for five years, with the option to extend this up to 25 years.
Businesses must also meet the RDP requirements for a $2,000 loan.
Small businesses also must register with the RDCA.
The grant is non-transferable and may be used for training and capital expenditures.
A small- to medium-sized business with at least $10,000 in annual revenues and no more than 250 employees can apply.
Small business and small business community-driven organizations must register on the RDC website.
Small- to Medium-Size Business (SMB): The Small Business Development Association (SBA) is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to helping small businesses and community-led organizations succeed.
The SBA’s mission is to provide the tools and resources to support small businesses by providing assistance in setting up, operating, and maintaining a business, and to educate its members about local business opportunities.
This grants is for up the duration of the SBA membership.
The Small-to-Medium Business Development Association (SBMDA) is the SBMDA’s community-engagement organization.
The purpose of the SMBDA is to empower local businesses and to provide training and advocacy to those local businesses.
The SMBDAs mission is focused on creating positive local business communities and supports businesses to increase and sustain their growth.
Small Business for Development (SBD): The SBD is a regional non-profit organization that provides technical assistance and other services to small business owners in areas such as technology, legal, business development, marketing, marketing support, etc. The mission of SBD centers on providing training and training-related materials and services to those who have chosen to serve as SBD employees.
Small companies that receive SBD support are encouraged to seek a loan through the SBD and the SBI.
Small Companies in Development (SOND): This is the next-generation of the Small Business Enterprise Development Association.
This organization is focused upon advancing small businesses to the next level through training and mentorship programs.
This awards the award to a small business.
SONDs mission is designed to empower small businesses through the development of business development strategies and resources that support them in building their business.
Smaller businesses must also register with SBD.
Small & Medium Business Development Agencies (SBID): Small & Mid-sized businesses and small businesses with up to 250 employees are eligible for this grant.
SBID has been in existence since 1996, and provides technical, business-management, and business-development training to small and medium businesses.
Small SBIDs grant program includes an additional grant of $500 for one year, for up of $10 per week of training.
Small and Medium-sized Business Development Organizations (SMBDOs): SMBDOs is a non-governmental organization that supports small and mid-sized enterprises.
SMBDO members include small and small companies, as well as community-oriented businesses.
SMBIOs grants are for up until five years in length and the award may be renewed up to a maximum of $2 million.
The award is not transferable.
SMI: The SMI is the largest rural development organization in the country.
It provides support and assistance to rural communities, and supports business growth by supporting training, development and investment programs.
The organization operates through partnerships with organizations across the United Kingdom and the United states.
SMPH: The Small & Mature Male Health & Human Services program is a program that supports and supports the health and well-being of young men and women.
This program is administered by the Rural Development Center (RDC) and includes support for health and