San Bernardino County: COVID-19 Microbusiness Relief Grant
The County of San Bernardino & AmPac Business Capital is partnering to provide emergency and ongoing capital for small businesses in San Bernardino County!
Applications will be live on February 28, 2022, and will remain open till funds are depleted.
Businesses that qualify for this grant must have the following criteria:
- Business located within the San Bernardino County boundaries
- 5 or less full-time employees
- Gross Revenues of less than $50,000 in 2019 Tax Year and 2020 Tax Year
- Did not receive the California Relief Grant issued by Lendistry
How you can use the funds:
- Renewal of local permits to operate (i.e. sidewalk vendor, etc.)
- Payment of business debt accrued during the pandemic.
- The purchase of new certified equipment.
Get Started by Applying Online
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Riverside County COVID-19 Small Business Assistance Program
The County of Riverside & AmPac Business Capital are partnering to provide emergency and ongoing capital for small businesses in Riverside County!
Microloans are available in the following cities:
Ineligible Business Types
- Lake Elsinore
- San Jacinto
ALL unincorporated communities of Riverside County.
- Canyon Lake
- Desert Hot Springs
- Indian Wells
- La Quinta
- New/Startup Business
- Residential or real estate projects
- Non-profit companies
- Casinos/gambling establishments
- Gun Shops
- Adult-entertainment related
- Cannabis-related businesses
Microloans up to $25,000
TARGET: small businesses with fewer than five employees
- Interest Rate: 3.75%
- Term: 5 years
- No payments for the first 6 months
FEE: Financed into the loan
- Payroll records documenting existing payroll
- Certification that information is accurate and true as presented
- One year of the most recent business and personal tax returns, year end
- 2019 financial statements are acceptable (balance sheet/income statement)
- Statement of COVID-19 impact (checklist provided)
- Must demonstrate negative impact from COVID-19 (owner must provide proof of 25% or more profit loss due to COVID-19 from January 31, 2020 to the date of the application)
- Business owner meets income limit – 80% Median Income: as of 07/01/2020, these are: 1* (42,200); 2(48,200); 3(54,250; 4(60,250); 5(65,100); 6(69,100); 7(74,750); 8(79,550)-*# of persons/Household.
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SBA COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan Application
"In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, small business owners in all U.S. states, Washington D.C., and territories are eligible to apply for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan advance of up to $10,000. The SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program provides small businesses with working capital loans of up to $2 million that can provide vital economic support to small businesses to help overcome the temporary loss of revenue they are experiencing. The loan advance will provide economic relief to businesses that are currently experiencing a temporary loss of revenue. Funds will be made available within three days of a successful application, and this loan advance will not have to be repaid."
Small Business Owners are urged to apply on this streamlined application.
BIPOC (Black , Indigenous , People of Color), and Women Owned Small Businesses Grant Program
SBA Disaster Loans for Businesses
Helpful Information and Guidelines
Information from the U.S. Small Business Administration is continuously trickling in and they are providing additional information and guidance to businesses through the following link to their Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources website.
Part of what we know for sure is that the COVID-19 related Economic Injury Disaster Loan was just announced, and the magnitude of the situation is rather overwhelming. While the President has declared a national emergency, each State must also be declared as a disaster area for any businesses in that State to be eligible. This determination is county-by-county and many of the counties that we serve have been declared a disaster area in the state of California. We are working to get more information that we can ultimately push out to businesses such as yourself.
SBA Disaster Loan Faith-Based FAQ
SBA COVID-19 Relief Programs at a Glance
Information and Applications
What You Need to Know About the New CARES Act
Below are resources to help you understand the NEW CARES Act to help your business.