There are several resources available for disabled veterans who are looking for business grants, even if they are not service-connected. Here are a few options to consider:

Small Business Administration (SBA): The SBA offers a variety of programs and services to assist small businesses, including those owned by veterans. While the SBA does not offer grants directly, it does provide access to grants offered by other government agencies and organizations. Additionally, the SBA offers loans and counseling services that may be helpful in starting or growing a business.

Veterans Business Outreach Center (VBOC): The VBOC provides business development assistance to veterans, including training, counseling, and mentoring. They also offer access to resources for funding and financing, including grant opportunities.

National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE): The NASE offers grants and scholarships to help small business owners, including veterans, fund their businesses. The organization also provides access to resources and tools to help small business owners succeed.

Department of Veterans Affairs (VA): The VA offers a Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) program that provides assistance to veterans with service-connected disabilities who want to start their own businesses. While this program is specifically for service-connected veterans, the VA may be able to provide other resources and assistance to disabled veterans who are not service-connected.

It's also worth noting that many private organizations offer grants and funding opportunities for veterans, so it may be worthwhile to research these options as well. Some examples include the StreetShares Foundation and the Bob Woodruff Foundation.

Here are a few private organizations that offer grants and funding opportunities specifically for veterans:

The StreetShares Foundation: This organization provides grants and funding opportunities for veteran-owned small businesses. The StreetShares Foundation offers a quarterly grant program that awards up to $5,000 to veteran-owned small businesses.

The Bob Woodruff Foundation: This foundation supports veterans and their families through grants to organizations that provide services to veterans. They offer several grant programs, including the Veteran Disability Employment Program and the Veterans Health and Wellness Fund.

The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Foundation: The VFW Foundation provides grants to support the needs of veterans, service members, and their families. Their grant programs include the Military Assistance Program, the Unmet Needs Program, and the Return the Favor Program.

The Warrior Rising: This organization provides grants, mentorship, and training to veteran entrepreneurs. They offer a Warrior Academy that provides training in business planning, marketing, and other key areas, as well as a Warrior Fast Track program that provides funding and mentorship to veteran-owned businesses.

The Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF): This organization provides training, resources, and funding opportunities for veterans who are interested in starting their own businesses. They offer the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) program, which provides training and mentorship to veterans with service-connected disabilities.

These are just a few examples of private organizations that offer grants and funding opportunities for veterans. It's important to research and compare these options to find the ones that best fit your specific needs and goals.

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For Leon Edward, the past 35 years since the tbi left one lingering desire: the need to give something back, a way to provide something meaningful for the families and loved ones of patients who now, or in the future, will face the same painful disruption of their lives and the same long journey he had to undertake such a long time ago.“I want to be clear in the introduction that I am not a health professional as my co author Dr. Khan , but rather an engineer that has had a tbi" - Leon Edward

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