How to Apply for Facebook’s Grant of N500M Small Business in Nigeria

Facebook Small Business Grants Programme to support businesses suffering as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has launched in Nigeria. According to the company, 781 small businesses in Nigeria will benefit from a ₦500m grant as part of its $100m Global Grants Programme.

How to Apply for Facebook's N500M Business Grant in Nigeria

The program which started earlier this year aims to support 30,000 Small and Medium Scale Business (SMBs) in over 30 countries including Nigeria.

The funds which will be released in cash grants and ad credits will help empower and extend a lifeline to local small business owners who have been most affected.

This will be achieved by helping businesses keep their workforce going strong, help with rent and operational costs, help connect with more customers and support their community.

How to Apply for Facebook's N500M Business Grant in Nigeria

Requirements to Apply

There are several requirements that must be met to be eligible to benefit from the Facebook grant. The first is that you must have between 2 and 50 employees.

Secondly, the business must be over a year old. So you must have established the company before the COVID-19 pandemic broke out. Also, you must have experienced significant challenges due to the pandemic.

Consequently, your business must be in or near a location where Facebook operates. So if your business is based in Nigeria you qualify.

If you meet the above requirements you will need the following documents when applying; the latest annual return of your business, your business registration or business license, Partnership Agreements and your 2024 financial statements.

How to Apply

For the application process in Nigeria, Facebook has partnered with Deloitte Ireland LLP and Quest Computing Ltd who will be administering the application process.

The application will be available to qualified SMBs in Nigeria, from 24th August 2024 for the North East(Adamawa, Bauchi), North West (Kaduna, Kano) and South East (Abia, Anambra) regions and 26th August 2024 for the South West(Lagos, Ogun, Oyo), South-South (Edo, Delta, Rivers) and North Central (Abuja, Kwara, Kogi) regions.

You can click here to proceed to the grant application. SMBs can also check here to see whether they are eligible or find out more details about the programme.

Note: Facebook has disclosed that they are experiencing high levels of applications in Nigeria. So If the link above doesn’t work, please check back later to start your grant application.


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