Olga's Kitchen

Olga’s Kitchen Gives Michigan’s Female Entrepreneurs a Chance at $10,000 Grant

Olga Loizon Memorial Foundation created by Olga’s Kitchen will provide grants of up to $10,000 in honor of the brand’s late founder and food pioneer.

Applicants must be living in Michigan, write a personal statement demonstrating financial need and provide a formal business plan. Applications close May 6 and are available at olgas.com/foundation-form.

“Olga Loizon overcame countless obstacles as she built one of metro Detroit’s most beloved restaurant concepts more than 50 years ago,” said Loredana Gianino, director of marketing at Olga’s Kitchen. “We hope that the next generation of women business owners are inspired by her passion, ambition and vision.

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