Halifax County Small Business Recovery Assistance Program
Through the Small Business Recovery Assistance Fund, the Town of South Boston will help businesses throughout Halifax County to meet their long-term business goals by adjusting to COVID-19 demands. Establishing safe and clean re-opening procedures, in accordance with the Governor’s guidance, is necessary for the safety of customers and employees. It will allow businesses to regain and sustain operations, ideally helping them retain existing staff, fill vacant positions, create new jobs, and become more efficient and resilient.
The maximum grant award amount is $10,000.00. Please review the Fact Sheet at
for eligibility questions.
This form is not an application. It does not commit you to apply; however, it will allow us to get information to you faster and more directly if are interested in applying. Your answers will help us substantiate our need to apply for future funding opportunities.
Once funding is available, a separate application will be released. Applications will then be reviewed and eligible applicants will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis until all funds are depleted.
1. Briefly describe the nature/primary function of your business?
2. Where is your business located?
Town of South Boston
Town of Halifax
Town of Virgilina
Town of Scottsburg
In the County
3. During the Stay-At-Home Order did your business operate at:
Above 50% Reduced Capacity
Below 50% Reduced Capacity
Suspended Operations Entirely
4. What kind of assistance would you be interested in applying for (check all that apply):
Space and technology upgrades to reopen and conduct business safely under COVID-19
Sanitation supplies to meet CDC guidelines for reopening safely
Job training/technical assistance to protect my employees or customers from COVID-19, conduct business online, and/or plan long-term sustainability
5. Has your business received any assistance from CARES Act funding (i.e PPP or EIDA)?
6. Is your business a SWAM (Small Woman Owned and Minority ) eligible business?
7. If business disruption continues at the current rate, how soon will your business be at risk of closing permanently?
Less than a month
1 – 3 months
3 – 6 months
Not a concern
8. If you are interested in applying for grant assistance once available, please provide your contact information.
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