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M5 Grant $10k Opportunity

I’ve always recognized the importance of growing and stretching your skill sets. Without putting in the work and doing the homework, it’s easy to get in a holding place where there’s no traction in growth for your farm business or personal development. 

One of the investments I’ve made over the last few years has been being a part of the M5 Entrepreneurs Program, which is from Mary and Brian Heffernan of Five Marys Farms.

It’s been such a great experience networking with other farmers and ranchers across the country but also a valuable resource for moving the needle with the direction and growth of our farm sales.

This is why I’m excited to share that Brian and Mary, along with 5G Insurance, are offering a small business grant of $10,000 in celebration of M5 Small Business Week and National Ag Week. 

About the M5 Small Business Grant

One winner will receive a $10K Grant for their small business or aspiring business. Applications are due March 31, 2023

The grant includes:

  • $5,000 cash grant from M5 and G5
  • an M5 All-Access Pass with lifetime access to ALL courses (value $4500)
  • 1-on-1 consultation program with Mary and Brian Heffernan of Five Marys Farms, and G5 to look at your business. 

The grant application is pretty straightforward, asking how you’d use the grant in your business. Not many grant programs are flexible in how you can use your grant dollars or this easy to apply for. 

*Winner announced via email March 31, 2023. Must be a resident of the US or Canada.

Learn more about the M5 Entrepreneurs Program

Learn more about my experience with the M5 Entrepreneur Program with Five Marys Farms here. I’m always open to sharing my experience and answering any questions about the program.

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