Explore This IssueJune 2020
A COVID-19 capital relief resource for entrepreneurs, covidcap.com is produced by the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and in partnership with institutions worldwide. The comprehensive, searchable database includes grants, loans, and other cash equivalents. More resources are added daily.
Lawyers for Good Government
Lawyers for Good Government is offering resources and pro bono phone consultations for small businesses dealing with legal issues resulting from diminished revenues or closures due to COVID-19 through its website. Clinics are available in some cities (Metro Detroit, New York City) and states (Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Washington) for guidance regarding federal, state, and local programs that may offer grants and/or loans
SCORE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration that offers education through webinars and courses on demand for topics like marketing and finances, a library of online resources, and an interactive mentoring platform.
Zenefits Workest Assistance Program List
The news, information, trends, and community app Workest by HR company Benefits has created a “Big List of COVID-19 Financial Assistance Programs for Small Businesses by State”. The list is frequently updated and offers links to a variety of loans and waivers by state.