Grants have helped many businesses affected by the pandemic. Between the federal government, state programs and private organizations, small-business owners have received billions in funding they won’t need to repay.

This aid may dry up as the country shifts from relief to recovery.

“I think we are coming toward the end of this type of funding,” says Annie Donovan, chief operating officer of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation, a New York-based not-for-profit that’s provided more than $200 million in grants via COVID-19 relief programs.

But if you’re still looking for free money for your business, other small-business grants may help meet your needs. Here’s how to get them.