Orange County Small Business Grant Application – The City of Fountain Valley receives a CARES Act funding allocation of $913,000 from District 2 Supervisor Michelle Steele. City is partnering with the Small Business Development Center administered by California State University, Fullerton to implement the Small Business Emergency Grant Program. Small businesses in Orange District 2 with fewer than 25 employees may be eligible for working capital grants of up to $10,000. To view program guidelines, click here.
Small Business Emergency Grant Program – Recording Lottery Winners Lottery:https://www.dropbox.com/sh/a2n33jq5ql0wao7/AADF02rGLOthIQWkROD_mW8ma? Or download the application below (right click and save as PDF), fill it out and email it to Mike Daniel at [email protected] or submit a hard copy, in person, in downtown Fountain Valley , Attn: Maggie Le, 10200 Slater Ave.
Orange County Small Business Grant Application
Applications will be accepted until: Wednesday, June 10 at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 16 until 5:00 p.m
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Lottery: All applicable applications will be submitted to the lottery, which will be held on Friday, June 19, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. All winners will be notified by email or phone. Webinar: Fountain Valley City officials advise business owners to attend a webinar on Monday, June 8 at 11:00 a.m. in English or Tuesday, June 9 at 11 a.m. in Vietnamese with the city and the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) where Representatives will present. Information on the grant program and answers to questions in real time. If you miss the website, you can find it below. Orange County distributes federal CARES Act funds in response to Covid-19 pandemic: Encourages small businesses and residents to prepare required documents.
Orange County, Fla. – Orange County government has received $243.2 million in federal CARE Act funding. The county’s Small Business Grant Program will distribute $72.9 million of that amount to approximately 6,500 small businesses ($10,000 per business) to help them weather the temporary loss of income due to COVID-19.
In addition, 72.9 million dollars have been allocated from these funds to help residents. About $36.5 million is earmarked for the Orange County Individual and Family Assistance Program, which will provide a one-time payment of $1,000 per household to residents affected by COVID-19. Funds from this program will help residents close financial gaps for overdue rent, mortgage, medical or eligible utility expenses. Another $36.5 million is earmarked for increased funding for Orange County social service partner agencies.
Information is now available online for small businesses and residents at www.ocfl.net/OrangeCares. Applications for the Small Business Grant Program and the Individual and Family Assistance Program will open on June 8, 2020.
Orange County To Distribute Federal Cares Act Funding In Response To Covid 19 Pandemic: Urges Small Businesses And Residents To Prepare Required Documents
The county recommends that small businesses and residents review the eligibility criteria and prepare their documents now to be ready to apply on June 8.
“We encourage small businesses and residents to prepare now so they can get their applications in on time,” said Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings. “These funding funds were allocated to support as many residents and businesses as possible during this difficult time.”
Because of the philosophy of the Orange County Board of Commissioners to work with local governments to reach and support as many residents as possible, funding is only available to all residents and small businesses within the boundaries of Orange County. Open, not just unincorporated Orange County. .
Small Business Financial Assistance: $72.9 million
Applications Open For Small Business Relief Fund Grants
Community services and community needs: $72.9 million
OC Public Safety and Health Spending: $48.6 million
Replenishment Account: $24.5 million
For more information on eligibility criteria and required documentation, visit ocfl.net/OrangeCares. If you cannot access the Internet or have a language barrier, please call Orange County’s 3-1-1 telephone system for assistance.
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