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Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) To help business owners navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are advised to reach out to their nearest San Diego & Imperial SBDC for help with identifying available resources, applying for COVID-19 relief, guiding your business through pandemic adaptations, and assisting with cash flow concerns, supply-chain interruptions, workforce capacity, insurance coverage and more—all at no cost. SBDC also created the COVID-19 Small Business Survival Guide. To register for counseling or no-cost or low-cost training sessions, please click on the button below:
SBDCs are part of the California Network of Small Business Technical Assistance Centers, which offer programs to help small businesses and entrepreneurs. Expert advisors in more than 30 languages are on hand to assist with all stages of business, including startup business plans, access to financing, growth, resiliency plans, e-commerce and marketing. Advisors offer one-on-one technical assistance on how to help businesses get funded, enter new markets, strengthen and pivot operations amid pandemic conditions, and build resiliency. Find the nearest center that offers the language, services, and subject matter expertise tailored to your business needs by clicking the button below:
SBDCs in the City of San Diego
|CONNECT SBDC||Asian Business Association SBDC|
4110 Campus Point Court
|7675 Dagget St., Suite 340
San Diego, CA 92111
Languages: Spanish, Korean, Tagalog, Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Japanese
|The Brink @USD||International Rescue Committee SBDC|
5998 Alcala Place
5348 University Ave., #205
Please consider the following City of San Diego, Federal, State and regional resources listed below.
We will continue to update this page as resources become available.
CARES Act Revolving Loan Fund provides economic assistance to City of San Diego or City of Chula Vista businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The low-interest loans, which range from $25,000-$95,000, are intended to help entrepreneurs adapt their business models to operating under pandemic restrictions, to promote economic resiliency, and to support the retention or creation of jobs. Please note that the loans funds are not to be used for emergency working capital expenditures such as payroll and rent.
Loan funds are intended to be applied toward future purchases of goods or services necessary for improve business operations and resilience amid pandemic safety restrictions and social-distancing protocols. Permitted expenditures include the purchase of air-filtration or touchless point-of-sale systems; expansion of online business capacity; or seating, umbrellas or heaters for outdoor business operation. Eligible businesses must have at least one employee on payroll and not be home-based, among other restrictions. Not sure whether your business qualifies? Read the full program details and take the interest questionnaire by clicking the button below:
Temporary Outdoor Business Operation Grants assist small businesses with adapting operations amid COVID-19. Businesses located in the City of San Diego can apply to receive $3,000 to construct or modify outdoor decks and platforms to bring them in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). As much as an additional $2,000—for a maximum grant of $5,000—will be available for businesses located in low- and moderate-income areas (LMA) or owned by a sole proprietor or majority group who meets federal low- and moderate-income (LMI) requirements.
Grants may be awarded in advance of construction, with LMA businesses and low-income majority owners receiving expedited, priority processing. Read full program details and apply by clicking the button below:
City of San Diego Small Business and Nonprofit Relief Fund Continuing his efforts to support small businesses and get San Diegans back to work, Mayor Todd Gloria launched a grant program on Aug. 11, 2021, with The San Diego Foundation to provide $12 million to support small businesses and nonprofits hardest hit by the pandemic. (Read the full press release) The program, which won unanimous approval of City Council, is being administered by The San Diego Foundation, which contributed $2 million to increase the total program funding to $12 million.
Grants range from $5,000 to $25,000 for small businesses, with other amounts available for nonprofits. Eligible businesses included self-employed workers, independent contractors, sole proprietors and corporations with no more than 100 employees. Read full program details by clicking the button below:
The establishment of the City of San Diego Small Business Relief Fund is in addition to other steps the City of San Diego is taking in consultation with—and at the direction of—County of San Diego public health officials to help businesses affected by the global pandemic known as COVID-19.
On March 18, 2020, the City of San Diego outlined an economic relief package that reduces fees, provides certainty and offers support to local employers.
On March 25, 2020 the City of San Diego established a Small Business Relief Fund (SBRF) to help businesses impacted by COVID-19 retain employees and sustain continuity of operations. The original $6.1 million funding, mostly comprised of available federal funds already accessible by the City, was utilized to launch the program quickly, establish an application process to determine need, and award grants and low- or no-interest revolving loans. The overwhelming response of approximately 10,500 applications received from March 27-April 14, confirmed that more financial assistance was needed. In addition to almost $700,000 in private donations, the City of San Diego authorized the use of an additional $12.8 million in CARES Act funds on June 9, to continue to support businesses that applied for assistance during the original application period. Less restrictive criteria, broadened qualifications and a tiered-award structure, ranging from $2,500 to $10,500 grants, were created to allow more applicants to be eligible for support. Financial assistance was provided to eligible small businesses on a first-come, first-serve basis, with at least 50% of the additional funding going to businesses located in low- and moderate-income areas, federally designated Opportunity Zones and/or the San Diego Promise Zone. As of Dec. 2020, all SBRF program funds have been expended.
SBRF awards were be based on availability, program eligibility and guidelines, and the submission of all required information and supporting documentation proving COVID-19-related financial hardship. SBRF is administered by the City of San Diego Economic Development Department.
To be eligible, businesses must meet the following minimum requirements:
The following types of businesses are not eligible to request or receive SBRF financial assistance:
SBRF eligibility expanded from the $6.1 million original award phase to the final $12.1 million awards phase that utilized CARES Act funds. New, less-restrictive guidelines for the CARES Act phase included:
Grant funds can be used to support the cost of business interruption due to COVID-19 as a result of required closures, voluntary closures to promote physical distancing, or decreased customer demand, including:
The SBRF CARES Act Award Phase introduced a tiered structure for grant awards:
All businesses located in a Promise Zone, Opportunity Zone and/or low- and moderate-income census tract block group will receive an additional $500.
On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed into law the American Rescue Plan Act, which provides additional relief for the nation’s small businesses and hard-hit industries. The Small Business Administration, in partnership with the Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) developed the official federal resource for U.S. small businesses affected by COVID-19, which is available by clicking on the button below:
Small Business Administration (SBA) | 800-659-2955 | The SBA is administering the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act to offer new programs and supplement the relief already provided by the 2020 CARES Act. SBA offers help for small businesses affected by COVID-19 through the current programs of COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan, Targeted EIDL Advance, SBA Debt Relief, and cross-program eligibility.
Targeted EIDL Advance and Supplemental Targeted Advance (EIDL Advance) are funds that do not need to be repaid by the hardest-hit businesses and private nonprofits. Applicants for the COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) may be eligible to receive up to $15,000 in funding from SBA that does not need to be repaid. These "advances" are similar to a grant, but without the typical requirements that come with a U.S. government grant. The American Rescue Plan Act provided an additional $15 billion for Targeted EIDL Advance payments, including a new $5 billion for Supplemental Targeted EIDL Advance payments for those businesses hardest-hit.
SBA Small Business Debt Relief As a part of the CARES Act, SBA is authorized to pay six months of principal, interest, and any associated fees that borrowers owe for all 7(a), 504, and Microloans reported in regular servicing status (excluding Paycheck Protection Program loans). This debt relief to borrowers was originally dependent on the loan being fully disbursed prior to Sept. 27, 2020, and does not apply to loans made under the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program. These original provisions were amended on December 27, 2020, through the Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Non-Profits and Venues Act (Economic Aid Act). The Economic Aid Act revised the eligibility criteria for assistance to include all 7(a), 504, and Microloans approved up to September 27, 2020, even if not fully disbursed. All other provisions for initial debt relief remained the same.
For questions on any of the programs offered by SBA, contact the SBA San Diego District Office at 619-557-7250 or visit its site by clicking the button below:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID-19 webpage offers guidance on a variety of topics to prevent the spread of COVID-19. State, local, and federal agencies are working together to maintain the safety, security, and health of the American people.
Online Tools for Tax Preparers The IRS, in January 2021, implemented this new online option for tax professionals to upload authorization forms with either electronic or handwritten signatures. This new tool is part of the IRS efforts to develop remote transaction options that help tax practitioners and their individual and business clients reduce face-to-face contact.
Employee Retention Credits have been available to employers affected by COVID-19. The Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2020, enacted Dec. 27, 2020, made a number of changes to the credits previously authorized under the CARES Act, including modifying and extending the Employee Retention Credit. Several of the changes apply only to 2021, while others apply to both 2020 and 2021. The American Rescue Plan extended the availability of the Employee Retention Credit for small businesses through December 2021 and allows businesses to offset their current payroll tax liabilities by up to $7,000 per employee per quarter. This credit of up to $28,000 per employee for 2021 is available to small businesses that have seen their revenues decline, or even been temporarily shuttered, due to COVID..
U.S. Department of Labor COVID-19 webpage offers information of Occupational Safety and Health SHA requirements, guidance for businesses and employees, and links to useful resources.
These programs are no longer accepting applications and/or offering resources.
SBA Community Navigator Pilot Progam The American Rescue Plan Act put $100 million toward establishing this pilot program. Grants will go to eligible organizations that support efforts to improve access to COVID-19 pandemic assistance programs and resources.
SBA Express Bridge Loans enabled small businesses with a business relationship with an SBA Express Lender to access up to $25,000 quickly. These can be a term loan or used to bridge the gap while waiting for the determination on your application for a direct SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan. These loans will be repaid in full or in part with proceeds from the EIDL loan. The Express Bridge pilot loan program expired March 13, 2021.
SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) offers SBA-backed loans that helped businesses keep their workforce employed during the COVID-19 crisis. PPP ended on May 31, 2021. Existing borrowers may be eligible for PPP loan forgiveness.
SBA Restaurant Revitalization Fund The American Rescue Plan Act established the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) to provide funding to help restaurants and other eligible businesses keep their doors open. This program provide restaurants with funding equal to their pandemic-related revenue loss up to $10 million per business and no more than $5 million per physical location. Recipients are not required to repay the funding as long as funds are used for eligible uses no later than March 11, 2023. Registration ran from April 30 to May 3, 2021, for this fund that provided $28.6 billion in direct relief funds to restaurants and other hard-hit food establishments that have experienced economic distress and significant operational losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This program provide restaurants with funding equal to their pandemic-related revenue loss up to $10 million per business and no more than $5 million per physical location. Funds must be used for allowable expenses by March 11, 2023. As of Nov. 1, 2021, funds were exhausted, and the application window was closed.
Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) Portal The Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) program was established by the Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act, and amended by the American Rescue Plan Act. The Program provided $16.2 billion in grants to shuttered venues, which were among the first businesses to shutter their doors in response to the pandemic. Beginning April 8, 2021, operators of live venues, live performing arts organizations, museums and movie theatres, as well as live venue promoters, theatrical producers and talent representatives, applied for critical economic relief. Eligible applicants may qualify for grants equal to 45% of their gross earned revenue, with $10 million as the maximum amount available for a single grant award. Administered by SBA’s Office of Disaster Assistance, the Program reserved $2 billion for eligible applications with 50 or fewer full-time employees. As of Aug. 20, 2021, SVOG was no longer accepting new applications; however, the SVOG Portal remains open to all active applicants and awardees.
The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) has compiled helpful information for employers, employees, and all Californians as it relates to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. For a complete list of resources, please click the button below:
California has reopened its economy as of June 15, 2021, following the Beyond the Blueprint framework. Beginning June 15, all sectors listed in the current Blueprint Activities and Business Tiers Chart may begin to return to usual operations (with the limited exceptions for Mega Events), based on the general public health recommendations and as established by each County. Please check with the County of San Diego Health and Human Services department, as rules are evolving. Employers are subject to the Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS), if applicable. Businesses can also review guidance for safely reopening by clicking the button below:
California COVID-19 Employer Portal offers businesses a one-stop site where they can select a California county and select up to six business activities to receive a current, customized roadmap covering the steps to operate safely, protect workers, and stop the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace. Managed by the California Labor & Workforce Agency, the information features state and selected county guidance and summarized the state's COVID-19 industry guidance. Covered topics include COVID-19 vaccination-related information, risk assessment, physical distancing guidelines, and cleaning and disinfecting protocols. Access the portal by clicking the button below:
The state also frequently updates a webpage with economic resources for California business. To visit that page, please click the button below:
Capital Program Highlights
California Capital Access for Small Business (CalCAP SB or Program) encourages banks and other financial institutions to make loans to small businesses that have difficulty obtaining financing for start-up, expansion or working capital. Managed by the California State Treasurer's Office California Pollution Control Financing Authority, CalCAP is a loan-loss reserve program, which may provide up to 100% coverage to participating lenders on losses as a result of certain loan defaults. Small businesses with one to 500 employees may receive more favorable loan terms from a participating lender enrolled in the CalCAP Loan Loss Reserve Program. Individual borrowers are limited to a maximum of $2.5 million enrolled over a 3-year period. Contact a participating lender to enroll.
California Grants Portal Search categories such as Environment & Water, Disadvantaged Communities, Health & Human Services; Education; Housing, Community and Economic Development; Parks & Recreation; Energy; Employment, Labor & Training, to find grants for individuals, businesses and nonprofits. (See also California Grant and Funding Opportunities.)
California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (IBank) IBank was created in 1994 to finance public infrastructure and private development that promote a healthy climate for creating and retaining jobs, that contribute to a strong economy, that encourage investment in low- and moderate-income (LMI) communities, and that improve the quality of life for all Californian. IBank helps businesses create and retain jobs, and encourages investment in low- and moderate- income communities. IBank has broad authority to issue tax-exempt and taxable revenue bonds, provide financing to public agencies, provide credit enhancements, acquire or lease facilities, and leverage State and Federal funds. Its current programs include the Infrastructure State Revolving Fund (ISRF) Loan Program, California Lending for Energy and Environmental Needs (CLEEN) Center, the Climate Catalyst Revolving Loan Fund, California Health Facilities Financing Authority Bond Financing Program, and the Small Business Finance Center.
IBank Small Business Finance Center promotes statewide economic development by increasing opportunities for entrepreneurs, the self-employed, microbusiness and small business owners to have better access to capital and other technical resources. The Finance Center programs include the following loan and loan guarantee programs:
Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee Program provides guarantees for loans of up to $50,000 for small businesses. The State has allocated $50 million to mitigate barriers to capital for businesses with up to 750 employees.
Farm Loan Program supports direct loans of up to $1,399,000 to small farms for purchase operating costs and other expenses.
California Rebuilding Fund is a public-private loan program to support the smallest of California’s small businesses, especially those located in economically disadvantaged and historically underresourced areas of the state. Businesses that employed 50 or less Full-Time Equivalent employees (FTEs) and had gross revenues of less than $2.5 million or below in 2019 are eligible to apply. The Fund, which include a $25 million anchor commitment from the California's IBank, was launched to offer flexible, transparent, affordable capital and free advisory services through community-based lenders, becoming a resource in the market as businesses pivot and recover.
Not all businesses will be matched with a participating community lender based on each lender’s initial criteria. If matched, a business owner will be connected with a local community lender, which will be a certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI). The community lender will work with the business owner on the full loan application and, if approved, throughout the life of the loan. The loans, which are not forgivable in part or whole, will need to be paid back over a 3- or 5-year term, with a fixed annual interest rate that is currently 4.25%. (See also City of San Diego CARES Act Revolving Loan Program and the San Diego Loan Matrix.)
2021 Main Street Small Business Tax Credit II (Credit reservations accepted Nov. 1 to Nov. 30, 2021) will provide COVID-19 financial relief to qualified small business employers. On Nov. 1, 2021, the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) began accepting applications for tentative small business hiring credit reservation amounts through its online reservation system. Qualified small business employers must apply with the CDTFA for a credit reservation. The credit reservations will be allocated to qualified small business employers on a first-come, first-served basis. Qualified small business employers may apply to reserve $1,000 per net increase in qualified employees, not to exceed $150,000. Tentative credit reservation amounts will generally be reduced by credit amounts reserved or received under the first Main Street Small Business Tax Credit. Qualified small businesses will be able to offset their income taxes or their sales and use taxes with the credit when filing their returns.
California Office of the Small Business Advocate (CalOSBA) launched its website in Sept. 2021 that connects California’s small business community with critical resources available through state-funded small business technical assistance program and other state resources. Small business owners, entrepreneurs, and startups can access the following information: small business technical assistance centers that offer specialized support for no-cost or at a low-cost; financing information, including state and federal capital programs and tax/credit incentive programs; business Learning Center that helps business owners navigate the varying stages of the business development process; permits, licenses, and regulations; and access to new markets, including e-commerce, international trade, and procurement and supply chain programs.
CalOSBA is part of the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz). CalOSBA, according to its website, "supports economic growth and innovation and ensures that ALL California small businesses and innovative startups have the information and direct support they need to better navigate resources, programs and regulations. CalOSBA serves as the voice of small business, representing their views and interests across the state and advocating for equitable access to capital, markets, and networks so that all California small businesses successfully start, manage, grow and become more resilient."
California Disaster Resources - COVID and Wildfires GO-Biz has compiled resources and guidance for California businesses during COVID-19 through a website and CalOSBA's disaster resource guide.
Get Digital CA! Launched by CalOSBA in September 2020, Get Digital CA! is an e-commerce initiative to promote accelerators and intensive trainings to build the skills necessary to compete in an online marketplace and drive Californians to support small businesses through a Technology Learning Center, where entrepreneurs can learn to grow their businesses with Facebook, Instagram, and Google; Online Tools, which provides free or discounted products, services and resources from more than 40 partner vendors; and Digital Pop-Festivals, which features interactive, online shopping festivals showing local, diverse small businesses in selected cities.
E-Commerce to Grow Your Online Presence Offered as part of GO-Biz's now-retired #ShopSafeShopLocal campaign, this site provides information about special programs, resources, and tools available from industry leads and California State Agencies to help entrepreneurs expand their businesses online. Free and discounted resources are presented from GoDaddy, Google, Nextdoor, eBay, Yelp, and gosite among others.
OnwardCA is a one-stop resource and an initiative of companies, foundations, and humans to get California workers displaced by COVID-19 essential life services and back to work as quickly as possible. The site features three-step support, connecting people with Essential Life Service (money, food, shelter, etc.); Retraining Opportunities (upskill, reskill, and refresh programs), and Job Search (more than 70,000 jobs opportunities in critical industries).
OutSmart Disaster is a statewide awareness campaign led by California’s Business Consumer Services and Housing Agency with The California Academy for Economic Development that seeks to equip California businesses and nonprofits with the resources they need to prepare and recover from all types of disasters. Check out our Resiliency Clinic, monthly virtual workshops that provide tips and Resiliency Tools for immediate business preparedness. Interested in taking a closer look at your business’ resiliency? Click on the button below:
Safely Making Web Platform California manufacturers who produce personal protective equipment (PPE), including face masks and gloves, can advertise their wares on this website, which is a joint effort by the California Manufacturers and Technology Association (CMTA) and the State of California. A manufacturer does not have to be a member of CMTA to participate. To apply, manufacturers should complete this form.
CA Board of Equalization | Property Tax Department: 916-274-3350 | If your property has been damaged by a recent natural disaster, you may be eligible for property tax relief. In many cases, the damaged property can be reappraised in its current condition, with some taxes refunded to the property owner.
CA Department of Consumer Affairs Contractors State License Board | 800-321-2752 | The Contractors State License Board (CSLB) verifies contractor licenses, investigates complaints, and provides helpful information about hiring a licensed contractor.
CA Department of Tax and Fee Administration | 800-400-7115 | For questions about filing, extensions and tax relief, call the CDTFA at 1-800-400-7115 or schedule an in-person, video, or phone appointments at the CDTFA public counters. Online videos and Live Webinars are available in lieu of in-person classes. Automatic COVID-19-related extensions for taxpayers reporting less than $1 million in tax have expired. See the CDTFA sales and use tax and special taxes and fees return extension due dates page for a list of the filing periods, original due dates, and extension due dates. Learn how to reach CDFTA for immediate customer service or contact the local CDTFA office below:
|City||Local CDTFA Office Address||Phone/Fax/Email||Directions|
|San Diego||15015 Avenue of Science, Suite 200
San Diego, CA 92128-3434
CA Employment Development Department (EDD) | 800-300-5616 | EDD staff are located throughout the state to provide assistance with filing claims for Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits, job search assistance, and general support, referrals, and resources. Call the EDD Taxpayer Assistance Center 1-888-745-3886 (toll-free). While COVID-19-related extensions are no longer available, employers affected by natural disasters, including wildfires and drought, and other emergencies may request Emergency and Disaster Assistance.
Employment Training Panel - Rapid Employment Strategies Pilot on Natural Disasters (RESPOND) | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | 916-327-5258 | The Panel implemented RESPOND Pilot Program in order to help mitigate the devastating effects of drought on workers and industries.
Rapid Response Services for Businesses A proactive, business-focused program designed to assist companies facing potential layoffs or closures.
Work Sharing Program allows employers to apply for this Unemployment Insurance (UI) program if a pandemic-related reduction in production, demand for services, or other conditions puts employees at risk of layoffs. As a temporary alternative to layoffs, this Program allows workers to keep their jobs and get partial unemployment benefits to supplement reduced work hours. By allowing employers to bring back furloughed or laid-off workers at reduced hours, employers can avoid hiring and training expenses associated with new staff during recovery.
Unemployment Insurance Benefits The Governor’s Executive Order waives the one-week unpaid waiting period, so you can collect benefits for the first week of work.
CA Franchise Tax Board | 800-852-5711 | Taxpayers may deduct a disaster loss for any loss sustained in California that is proclaimed by the Governor to be in a State of Emergency.
CA Labor and Workforce Development Agency has released a summary of benefits for workers impacted by COVID-19.
Labor and Workforce Development Agency's primary website for COVID-19, including information on support services for workers and interim guidelines for protecting workers
CA Permit & Regulatory Assistance GO-Biz permit experts offer comprehensive permit and regulatory compliance assistance to all businesses in California by serving as the central source of permit guidance. For information about state permits and fees, vist the CalGold permits portal.
These programs are no longer accepting applications.
The County of San Diego provides a Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) webpage with sections on Evaluating COVID-19 Information, Public Health Misinformation Panel, health orders, vaccine sites, testing sites, COVID-19 transmission dashboards, mask guidance, suggested signage, and safe reopening guidance. To visit that page, please click the button below:
Jewish Federation of San Diego County, Jewish Community Foundation San Diego, and Leichtag Foundation partnered to establish its San Diego Jewish Community COVID-19 Emergency Fund to support to those who are impacted and most vulnerable, primarily in San Diego's Jewish community.
San Diego Workforce Partnership offers information and services that may assist employers who are forced to consider work stoppages, layoffs or furloughs. Also, SDWP has resources for impacted employees, including unemployment Insurance information, tax assistance, a work-sharing program to avoid layoffs, financial planning, remote career services and more. Visit the SDWP Career Portal by clicking the button below:
United Way of San Diego County will support low-wage workers and their families whose incomes have been negatively impacted during this time of uncertainty through the San Diego Worker Assistance Initiative. The United Way has designated seven local organizations to award grants and disperse funds.
These programs are no longer accepting applications.
California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED): Economic Development Resources
California Restaurant Association Foundation: Restaurants Care offers information about how restaurants can adapt their operations amid the pandemic. COVID-19 relief grants are no longer available, but General Grant Applications are being accepted.
Silicon Valley Community Foundation: Small Business Relief Fund
United Way of California: California United Ways COVID-19 Relief Fund
Another Round Another Rally: Hospitality Workers Grants are available. Applications for the COVID Relief Program are temporarily closed, but applications are still being accepted for Emergency Assistance Aid, Proffesional Development Aid, and Radical Xchange Charitable gifts for Black Mental Health Relief.
American Bankers Association: Resource List - All Banks
CDC Small Business Finance: Emergency Relief Microloans (Link for exisiting CDC Small Business Finance borrowers)
One Fair Wage: One Fair Wage Emergency Fund
Revel Systems: Revel Relief Program in Response to COVID-19
USBG National Charity Foundation: Bartender Emergency Assistance Program
WeFunder crowdfunding assistance
These programs are no longer accepting applications.