The current state of the day uncertainty in our lives and businesses. We have to keep our eye on the prize and figure out ways to stay afloat during this time.
The following is a list of resources, by category, for you to get support. This list is will be updated daily during this crisis and I hope it provides some value to you. State specific sites are listed for the states we have clients in. If you don’t see your state listed please visit the Where to Find Your State’s COVID-19 Employer Resource Website link under Payroll to find your specific state’s resource site.
Goldman Sachs Commits $300 Million to Support Communities and Small Business – The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. today announced it will deliver $300 million across two separate initiatives to help small businesses and communities around the world navigate the current health and economic crisis
Verizon-LISC Small Business Recovery Grant Application – For business owners with multiple businesses
Shea Moisture Community Commerce Fund – $1M Fund to support small minority and women of color entrepreneurs and businesses under three initiatives.
Maryland DOL COVID-19 Layoff Aversion Fund – $7M fund that supplies grants for up to $50K per person to be used for expenses that relate to mitigating layoffs and adhering to social distancing provisions
CARES Act HHS Provider Relief Fund – Cash infusion for facilities and providers that received Medicare fee-for-service reimbursements in 2019
VA 30 Day Fund: Home – The non-profit Virginia 30 Day Fund provides forgivable loans for Virginia-based small businesses. The forgivable loan is intended to provide immediate financial assistance (within maximum three days) to meet payroll, preserve healthcare coverage for employees and save jobs while they await recently approved federal funding.
The Save Small Business Fund – Funded by corporate and philanthropic partners, the Save Small Business Fund is a collective effort to provide $5,000 grants to as many small employers as we can.
Fairfax Co Microloan Program – Loans from the Fairfax County Small Business COVID-19 Recovery Fund will be made to eligible businesses in amounts up to $20,000 at 0% interest that can be used for critical operating expenses to offset some of the impacts of the shutdown. Deadline to apply April 30, 2020
SWA Policy Update & Clarification: Extending Travel Credits – Updated policy for travel cancellations as it relates to Covid-19
America’s Banks Are Here to Help: The Industry Responds to the Coronavirus – National list of banks and how they are helping clients during Covid-19
Facebook Small Business Grants Program | Boost with Facebook – Facebook is offering $100M in cash grants and ad credits to help during this challenging time.
Amazon Neighborhood Small Business Relief Fund – Amazon is creating a $5 million Neighborhood Small Business Relief Fund to provide cash grants to Seattle small businesses that need assistance.
Intuit Supporting consumers, small businesses and communities as we face COVID-19 together – List of 4 initiatives Intuit is launching to support small businesses during Covid-19
Small Business Relief Initiative by QuickBooks – Quickbooks combines forces with GoFundMe to seed up to $1 million through a fund and employee-directed contributions.
Apps to Build a Practice From Home Playbook for Accounting Firms – List of 21 apps and tools that accounting firms can use to support their clients.
Surviving the Coronavirus: Resources for Small Business – List of 5 resources that can help your business through COVID-19 provided by the US Chamber of Commerce.
Coronavirus emergency launches one-month special health enrollment period – As part of the state’s overall response to the coronavirus, and in an effort to prioritize health and safety, Maryland Health Connection opened a new special enrollment period for uninsured Marylanders.
Kabbage Launches Gift Certificate Program to Help Small Business – Kabbage Inc., launched this initiative across the U.S., enabling anyone to purchase an online gift certificate from participating small businesses to provide them with crucial financial support. Certificates can be redeemed in full after they’re issued or in the future when the crisis has subsided.
Updated: April 29, 2020