South Bend Startup Lands Elevate Ventures Grant

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The High-Potential Startup Grant program aims to help entrepreneurs overcome hurdles to attain certain milestones. The High-Potential Startup Grant program aims to help entrepreneurs overcome hurdles to attain certain milestones.
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Elevate Ventures has awarded a High-Potential Startup Grant to GiveGrove in South Bend. The organization says the company's platform makes fundraising events easier and more effective for organizers and donors.

The High-Potential Startup Grant program aims to help entrepreneurs overcome hurdles to attain certain milestones. The initiative provides up to $25,000 to high-potential startups.

GiveGrove says the grant will enable it to develop additional features and integrations for its platform, add to its work force and continue work to attract clients. The company says features including pre-event registration and instant deposits help make fundraising events more efficient.

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