Préstamos de emergencia COVID-19

A medida que evolucionan los desarrollos en respuesta a la propagación de COVID-19, sabemos que muchas pequeñas empresas tienen preguntas sobre las implicaciones dentro del lugar de trabajo, y las opciones de financiación que ayuden a impulsar sus negocios durante este momento difícil. Ofrecemos consejos, recursos e información sobre nuevas oportunidades de financiación y desarrollos de políticas que compartiremos en nuestro sitio web y a través de presentaciones en línea. Estaremos publicando actualizaciones diarias en ésta página con información útil sobre las formas en que las pequeñas empresas pueden prepararse para el impacto de COVID-19 en sus negocios y en sus comunidades.

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State loan/grant programs
California

California’s Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (IBank)

California Rebuilding Fund

The California Rebuilding Fund is a new program built to support California’s smallest businesses as they adapt, reopen, and recover from the effects of COVID-19. This program has been built in partnership with public, private, and nonprofit leaders across the state to ensure that California’s smallest businesses are able to access the resources and capital they need to get through these challenging economic times.

The program has three main ways it is supporting small businesses:

Area served: California
Audience: Small Business Owners

Application deadline: Open, no end date posted
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State loan/grant programs
Virginia

Virginia's Governor Office

Rebuild VA Small Business Grant Program

Applications are now open (starting August 10)! Funding is being made available through Rebuild VA, a new economic recovery fund, and grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded to approximately 7,000 applicants to cover eligible expenses. Businesses and nonprofits must be in good standing, have annual gross revenues of no more than $1.5 million, and have no more than 25 employees.

Area served: Virginia
Audience: Small Business Owners, Non-profits

Application deadline: Open, no end date posted
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Nonprofit loan/grant programs, State loan/grant programs
Colorado

Energize Colorado

Energize Colorado Gap Fund

Energize Colorado Gap Fund is currently taking applications, with the goal of trying to put financial assistance into the hands of small businesses overlooked in prior programs.

That includes female-owned, minority-owned, veteran-owned and rural-based businesses that are so small they have struggled to gain the attention of commercial banks or access federal lending programs.

Area served: Colorado
Audience: Small Business Owners

Application deadline: Thursday, December 31, 2020
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Nonprofit loan/grant programs
California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, New York, Wisconsin

Association for Enterprise Opportunity

Fiserv Back2Business Grant

Fiserv is giving back to help small businesses get Back2Business with a program focused on helping to jump-start Black- and minority-owned small businesses in hard-hit communities. Back2Business is designed to help stabilize and grow small businesses, with business consulting services, leading Clover payments technology solutions from Fiserv and financial support for employee payroll, rent or lease payments, operations equipment and resources.

Area served: California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, New York, Wisconsin
Audience: Small Business Owners

Application deadline: Monday, March 15, 2021
Local government loan/grant programs
Colorado

The City and County of Broomfield

Enhance Broomfield

The City and County of Broomfield is offering a one-time grant of up to $7,500 to eligible Broomfield businesses to help you adapt to the new normal brought about by COVID-19. Businesses must be located within the City and County of Broomfield and must have no less than 2 full-time equivalent (FTE) employees, of which one must be non-related person, and no more than 25 employees. 

Area served: Colorado
Audience: Small Business Owners

Application deadline: Open, no end date posted
Low interest loans, Nonprofit loan/grant programs
Colorado

Region 10

Region 10 Loan Program for Business Disruptions

Use of Funds: Working capital, Gap financing. Loan Terms: Loan amounts are for small business, up to $10,000 at 4% interest. Other terms available on a case by case basis.

Area served: Southwestern Colorado, Colorado
Audience: Small Business Owners

Application deadline: Open, no end date posted
Nonprofit loan/grant programs
Colorado

Colorado Enterprise Fund

Commerce City Small Business CEF COVID-19 Relief Loan

COVID Relief Loans with a maximum loan amount of $25,000 to businesses that were existing and generating revenue pre-COVID-19. 

Area served: Colorado
Audience: Small Business Owners

Application deadline: Open, no end date posted
Nonprofit loan/grant programs
Colorado

Colorado 30 Day Fund

The nonprofit Colorado 30 Day Fund provides forgivable loans up to $3,000 to small businesses in need. Working with other business leaders throughout the state, the Fund’s goal is to help save as many Colorado jobs as possible while small businesses await recently approved federal funding. The funds dispersed to small businesses by the Colorado 30 Day fund do not need to be repaid.

Area served: Colorado
Audience: Small Business Owners

Application deadline: Open, no end date posted
Low interest loans, Nonprofit loan/grant programs
Colorado

San Luis Valley Development Resources Group

San Luis Valley Revolving Loan Fund

The San Luis Valley Revolving Loan Fund provides gap-financing loans for business expansion, start-ups, and retentions.  Businesses must be able to provide permanent jobs in the assisted projects and fill a majority of the positions with low- or moderate-income persons.

Area served: Colorado
Audience: Small Business Owners

Application deadline: Open, no end date posted
Local government loan/grant programs
California

The City of Santa Ana

COVID-19 Small Business Incentive Program

In response to the Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19), the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant program has notified the City of Santa Ana that they will receive a formula allocation from the first round of CDBG-CV funding to be used specifically for the prevention of, preparation for, and response to the Coronavirus. This allocation was authorized by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), Public Law 116-136, which was signed on March 27, 2020.


Area served: California
Audience: Small Business Owners

Application deadline: Open, no end date posted

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