Stafford launches “Small Business Coronavirus Disaster Assistance Grant Fund”
The Stafford Economic Development Authority has capitalized $250,000 in cash grants for operating capital to Stafford small businesses. This reimbursable grant fund provides capital aimed to meet the immediate needs of businesses suffering substantial economic impact as a result of the COVID-19 epidemic.
The purpose of this program is to assist Stafford small businesses who have been adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Limited funds are available for this grant assistance program and only qualified applicants will receive funds. All applicants must submit certain financial information as provided below and all applications must be deemed complete before the EDA can fund any grant.
Preference is to those firms that are making all efforts to remain open and keep as close to full employment as possible. The EDA may also request additional information before finalizing its review.
All applicants must further certify that the information provided below and submitted with this application is true and accurate. Please note that EDA funds for this program are available to the extent the EDA has authorized funding to support this program and may extinguish the same at any time pursuant to its sole and absolute discretion.
Applications reviewed by April 3. Funds available the following week. Applications accepted until all money is gone.
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Once you have completed your application, please email it to Josh Summits at: [email protected].