COVID-19 Resources for Small Business Owners

During these troubled times, I know that a lot of small business owners are wondering what to do next. Some questions I’ve been asked over the past few weeks are, “What do I do?” “Where do I go for information?” “How do I get help?”

We’re in unchartered territory, but there is hope. There is a lot of decent information out there as well as help if you know where to look. I’ve compiled this list of resources from the numerous emails, conference calls, and articles I’ve been reading. I’ll continue to update the list as this crisis moves along. Hopefully, you’ll find this information helpful. Feel free to reach out if you have any information to add.

Relief Resources for Businesses

 

This spreadsheet will regularly be updated with financial resources for small businesses. Check back for the most up-to-date information, and share it with a business owner who may benefit from the support.

 

Amazon is creating a $5 million Neighborhood Small Business Relief Fund to provide cash grants to Seattle small businesses that need assistance.

 

Offering $100M in cash grants and ad credits to help during this challenging time.

 

Virginia Community Capital
Our Small Business Lending division works with for-profit and non-profit businesses as well as municipalities around the Commonwealth to find creative ways to support growth development.

 

Winchester, VA, Economic Development Authority
Now offering a Disaster Relief Funding Program for small businesses in the city.

This information does not constitute tax, legal, benefits, financial, or HR advice. Rules and regulations change over time and can vary by location. Consult a lawyer or HR expert for specific guidance.

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