Préstamos de emergencia COVID-19

A medida que evolucionan los desarrollos en respuesta a la propagación de COVID-19, sabemos que muchas pequeñas empresas tienen preguntas sobre las implicaciones dentro del lugar de trabajo, y las opciones de financiación que ayuden a impulsar sus negocios durante este momento difícil. Ofrecemos consejos, recursos e información sobre nuevas oportunidades de financiación y desarrollos de políticas que compartiremos en nuestro sitio web y a través de presentaciones en línea. Estaremos publicando actualizaciones diarias en ésta página con información útil sobre las formas en que las pequeñas empresas pueden prepararse para el impacto de COVID-19 en sus negocios y en sus comunidades.

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Local government loan/grant programs
Arizona

The City of Tempe

Tempe Small Business Emergency Loan Program

In partnership with Phoenix-based Desert Financial Credit Union, have launched the Tempe Small Business Emergency Loan Program, providing loans of $5,000-$20,000 to businesses with 5-50 employees. Loans are primarily intended to bridge the gap until small businesses obtain relief from the federal Paycheck Protection Program. The interest rate is four percent, with loan terms up to 48 months, and the first payment deferred up to 90 days.


Area served: Arizona
Audience: Small Business Owners

Local government loan/grant programs, Nonprofit loan/grant programs
Colorado

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

Nonprofit loan/grant programs
California

Jewish Free Loan Association

Coronavirus Small Business Loans

**Update** Interest-free loans can help residents of LA and Ventura get through the financial part of the Covid-19 crisis by offering loans without collateral, any interest, or fees. Interest free loans up to $18,000 are available for small businesses. No-fee, zero interest loans for business owners in Los Angeles and Ventura counties.

Area served: Los Angeles, Ventura counties, California
Audience: Small Business Owners

Nonprofit loan/grant programs
California

Redding Chamber of Commerce

COVID-19 Micro-Enterprise Relief Grants

The Cities of Redding, Shasta Lake, and Anderson, and the County of Shasta, in partnership with the Redding Chamber of Commerce, are excited to announce a special COVID-19 Relief Grant Program for Micro-Enterprise Businesses. The program is designed to provide $5,000 in grant funding to about 140 of the smallest businesses in the greater community – those that were likely hit the hardest during the pandemic.

Area served: Redding, Shasta Lake, Anderson, and the outlying areas of Shasta County, California
Audience: Small Business Owners

Nonprofit loan/grant programs
Alaska

Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA)

AK Cares Grant Program for Small Businesses (AIDEA)

In response to Governor Mike Dunleavy's Public Health Disaster Emergency Declaration on March 11, 2020, the Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development (DCCED), working with the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA), established the AK CARES grant program to provide economic relief to small Alaskan businesses impacted by the COVID-19 public health emergency. 

Area served: Alaska
Audience: Small Business Owners

Local government loan/grant programs, Low interest loans, Nonprofit loan/grant programs
Colorado

Southeast Colorado Enterprise Development, Inc.

SECED Business Loan Fund & Micro Loan

The BLF is an alternative (gap) financing method designed to help finance business projects that will positively impact the economic health of the communities within Baca, Bent, Crowley, Kiowa, Otero and Prowers counties. Individuals who meet eligibility requirements may apply.

Area served: Colorado
Audience: Small Business Owners

Local government loan/grant programs
Colorado

The City and County of Broomfield

Enhance 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

Local government loan/grant programs, State loan/grant programs, Government loan/grant programs
Michigan

Michigan Economic Development Corporation

Resources for Michigan Businesses During COVID-19

Frequently updated list of resources and information for Michigan businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak, including loans and grants for small businesses.

Area served: Statewide, Michigan
Audience: Small Business Owners

Low interest loans
Colorado

Greenline Ventures Emergency Microloan Program

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we established the Greenline Emergency Microloan Program (the “Program”) to provide much-needed funds to minority, women, or veteran-owned small businesses throughout Colorado that have been adversely impacted. Program Loans can be used in addition to the Paycheck Protection Program loans offered through the SBA. Loan Amount: Loans are available for $5,000 up to $25,000.

Area served: Colorado
Audience: Small Business Owners

Local government loan/grant programs
Colorado

Morgan County EDC

Reopen Safe, Reopen Strong grant program

The Reopen Safe, Reopen Strong grant program is intended to assist businesses that have been negatively impacted by COVID19. Funds for the grant program were provided by the Coronavirus Relief Fund as part of the CARES Act.

Area served: Colorado
Audience: Small Business Owners

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