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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act has allocated $350 billion to help small businesses keep workers employed. This guide provides a checklist as well as important information about this special small business loan.
This video provides all the basics that you need to know about the U.S. Small Business Administration’s disaster loan program.
The SBA has provided this streamlined process for businesses to determine their eligibility for different disaster loan assistance programs.
An SBA overview of the Paycheck Protection Program and how you can apply.
The Alabama Department of Revenue is monitoring the COVID-19 crisis and responding in real time via this page, which features information on financial assistance, eligibility, and taxes.
The Berkeley City Council has allocated $3 million for emergency relief grants to small businesses, nonprofit arts organizations, and residential tenants who have been most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
This newly established program provides financing for small businesses in acute need that have been affected by COVID-19.
This fund, administered in partnership with Northeast Community Federal Credit Union, allows small business owners affected by COVID-19 to access up to $10,000 for employee salaries and rent.
A variety of resources for Colorado workers and employers who have been impacted by coronavirus, including unemployment benefits and paid sick leave.
A compilation of all relevant information for Delaware small business owners, such as how to conform with state of emergency restrictions and FAQ.
This statewide program is available to all small business who experienced economic damage as a result of COVID-19. These are short-term, interest-free working capital loans intended to bridge the gap between the start of the COVID-19 crisis and the time it takes to secure long-term recovery resources.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has issued an executive order allocating $7 million to small businesses, hourly wage earners, and others impacted by COVID-19.
This program provides FAME Direct Loans of up to $100,000 to eligible businesses who provide proof of commitment for SBA financing.
This $10 million fund provides emergency assistance up to $75,000 to Massachusetts businesses impacted by COVID-19 with under 50 full- and part-time employees.
A list of resources and information for Michigan businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak, including small business relief and assistance programs.
New Mexico has adjusted its business-loan guarantee programs in order to allocate more money to business owners who have been severely impacted by coronavirus. State officials are working with partners across the state to identify special assistance and resources for small business owners.
New York City is providing relief for small businesses across the City who have experienced a drop in revenue because of COVID-19. City officials are moving swiftly to provide assistance to businesses with up to four employees.
To help survive the financial turmoil of COVID-19, Washington State’s Employment Security Department is working diligently to connect workers and businesses to new and existing services.
This program provides grant funds to approved community development financial institutions (CDFIs), who will award grants of up to $20,000 to existing business clients to assist with financial challenges resulting from COVID-19. Businesses that are not currently CDFI clients are not eligible to access these funds, but the state is working to expand access to funding through other programs.
Nav.com has created an online calculator to help you determine how much your business is eligible for in COVID-19 loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
COVID-19 Resources for Small Business Owners, Provided by Electronic Transactions Association (ETA)
ETA has put together a list of resources to help America’s small businesses, featuring webinars and assistance program information.
Coronavirus Information and Resources, Provided by National Restaurant Association
Real-time information on the implementation of the CARES Act and how restaurants can best take advantage of available funding.
State-by-State Resources for Retailers on COVID-19, Provided by National Retail Federation
A collection of federal and state resources available to retailers, including information on the CARES Act.
Grubhub Economic Relief Effort for Independent Restaurants and Delivery Partners Impacted by COVID-19
Grubhub and major cities across the U.S. have partnered to launch an economic relief effort up to $100 million for independent restaurants and delivery partners impacted by COVID-19.
Uber Eats Fee Waiver Program
Uber Eats has waived delivery fees for more than 100,000 independent restaurants across U.S. and Canada.
James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund
This relief fund provides critical financial assistance to small, independent restaurants with an immediate need for funds to cover operating expenses and keep from going out of business as a result of COVID-19.
Captivate: Free Advertising for Small Businesses
During this time of hardship for small businesses, Captivate, a digital video advertising network, is offering no-cost advertising on its elevator displays throughout several major cities.
Insurance provider McGriff has compiled this helpful guide on COVID-19 loan programs available to small businesses.
Wondering where your business stands with regard to FFCRA paid leave requirements? McGriff has put together a guide including FAQs from the Department of Labor.
A broader look at the FFCRA and its implications for businesses, employees, and families.
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