I like Jeff's answer to this and already voted it up. But I have a couple of points to add:
First, the amount of free help that's sitting on the web is amazing. Obviously this website is a good example, but this website competes with hundreds of other good sites offering substantial small business information. Tips on how to start a business, how to sell, how to market, how to plan? Just google it. There's an amazing array of expertise available. So much so that it's impossible to even narrow it down. You're on my favorite free site for this already.
Second, no offense, but I can't help point out that this question is an example of a great number of questions in which people are assuming that there are some kind of entitlement programs around, if you just know where to look, so that some institution gives somebody money to start a business.
Maybe the problem is the television commercials talking about the government giving people free money to start their business. That guy is trying to sell a database of government grants. And while there's some truth to that idea, the government and some large foundations to occasionally help entrepreneurs, these are rare cases where the new business meets some social or political or economic criteria established as a goal. For example, some people get grants for developing in special development zones, or for developing some kinds of technology. And there are organizations that will occasionally grant funds for some deserving business. These are exceptions, not the rule.
For the rest of us, the average types, owning your own business is a good thing, yes; but nobody has any need or interest in giving their resources to help you build your business.
There may be an occasional free lunch, but only for very well defined special cases.