LISC Indianapolis has launched the second round of Indianapolis Small Business Recovery Grants for minority, immigrant and women-owned businesses.

The grants were made possible by financial support from Glick Philanthropies, JPMorgan Chase Foundation, Wells Fargo, MJ Insurance and IDS. The new round of $5,000 grants went to 25 small businesses.

“Together with residents and partners, LISC aims to address the challenges of COVID-19 with a distinct focus on equity and inclusion,” said Tedd Grain, Executive Director of LISC Indianapolis. “The resiliency of our women-and-minority-owned enterprises will be critical to our economic recovery. We must prioritize these investments in our traditionally under-resourced and connected Indianapolis communities.”

Round Two Grantees include:

  • All Things Michael Seats
  • Carnitas el Tarasco
  • Circle City Soul Food
  • Conscious Food Company
  • Estetica Paris
  • Haven Yoga Studio
  • House of Color Event Productions
  • J and J A Taste of Home Catering Food Truck
  • Johanas Furniture
  • Just Ride Cycling Studio
  • La Blanca Nieves y Mas
  • Lil Ron Barber and Beauty Shop
  • Moli Painting
  • Mr. Tequila’s Cantina & Grill
  • People Makers Indy
  • Real Taste Catering
  • Remitha Lynn & Company
  • Runway Diva Boutique
  • Tache’ Productions/Tache’ Productions Studio
  • Super Tortas Estilo Barrio
  • Taqueria Mi Costa
  • Taylor Made Wellness
  • ThirdRush Fitness
  • Vision Wealth Group
  • Zonie’s Closet


The first round of Indianapolis Small Business Recovery Grants were awarded two 25 local businesses in early-June. Click here for a full list.