(CBS DETROIT) – Comcast is offering $1 million in grants for Detroit’s minority owned businesses.

Any Detroit based business whose owner is a person of color can apply for a grant of up to $10,000.

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The money is part of Comcast’s Rise Investment Fund, which aims to help businesses survive the pandemic.

Applications will be open from March 1 to March 14. You can apply here.

Businesses must have been open at least three years and have up to 25 employees to be eligible.

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Winners will be announced in May.

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