The best source for federal grant programs is -- you can sign up for automatic updates, and the site also includes useful information regarding the federal grants submission process.

Arizona Community Foundation, Current Grant Opportunities, COVID-19 Grants for Small Businesses and Nonprofits: Open Grant Opportunities: There are multiple funding opportunities currently available for small businesses and nonprofits experiencing financial hardship during COVID-19. (23)

The Arizona Commerce Authority manages several Arizona Programs. Each program has its own eligibility criteria, application process, review and award process, and funding. 

Research Grants for Small Businesses: If your small business is engaged in scientific research and development (R&D), you may qualify for federal grants under the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and the Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. (23)

USDA Rural Development: Grants and Loans: USDA provides technical assistance and financial backing for rural businesses and cooperatives to create quality jobs in rural areas. (23)

Additional Information:
Governor’s Office of Strategic Planning and Budgeting (OSPB) - Economic Recovery Management Team (ERMT): Helps state agencies, local governments, and non-profit organizations, find, win and manage grants. Strives to be the premier resource of training and technical assistance for the Arizona grants community. (23)

Arizona Commerce Authority, Arizona Entrepreneur's Edge, Chapter 3: Financing your Business 

NOTE: Most small businesses do not qualify for government grants. We encourage you to learn about grants and grant-related scams by clicking on the links below. 

Microloan programs provide small loans ranging from less than $500 up to $50,000. See Loans and Loan Programs page for more information.