For the Small Business Assistance Grant, businesses must be located in Morgantown city limits, and priority will be given to those in the downtown and wharf districts. Grants up to $20,000.
Loans & Grants
List of national, state and local resources on funding opportunities. New resources are added as information becomes available.
The City of Morgantown
Morgantown Small Business Assistance Grant
Area served: Morgantown, West Virginia Audience: Small Business Owners
City of Santa Cruz
Grow Santa Cruz Loan Program
The City of Santa Cruz has formed a partnership with the National Development Council (NDC), one of the oldest not-for-profit corporations specializing in community and economic development, to offer the Grow Santa Cruz Loan Program.
Area served: California Audience: Small Business Owners
Durango Creative District and 1st SouthWest Community Fund
Durango Creative District Covid-19 Emergency Relief
The Durango Creative District has partnered with 1st SouthWest Community Fund in implementing the first revolving Creative Loan Fund for Durango, CO. This loan is intended to help small businesses, nonprofits and individuals with working capital and business continuity. This loan fund is supported by the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Business Development Grant Program and by the Office of Economic Development and International Trade.
Area served: Colorado Audience: Small Business Owners, Self-employed, Non-profits
The City and County of 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
Sierra Business Council
Resilience Fund – Sierra
Eligible small business owners with fewer than 25 employees within the Tahoe-Truckee Airport District who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Eligible businesses must have a “brick-and-mortar” physical presence and fixed expenses. This includes retailers, restaurants, providers of specialty goods and services, and other storefront operations.
Area served: Truckee and North Lake Tahoe, California Audience: Small Business Owners