Paycheck Protection Program Application Assistance
An estimated 95 percent of Black-owned businesses stood no chance of securing a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan, according to reports from the Center for Responsible Lending.
The American Business Immigration Coalition (ABIC), together with the NAACP, Illinois Black Chamber of Commerce, Cook County, and Black Chicago Tomorrow, is working with Self-Help Federal Credit Union to change this and help Black-owned and other underserved businesses and nonprofits access forgivable loans through the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
➡️ Need assistance applying for a PPP loan;
➡️ Applied at a bank but haven't heard back from your lender; OR
➡️ Want to find out if your business is eligible for a PPP loan
COMPLETE THE SURVEY BELOW!
Contact Larry Luster, ABIC Special Projects Coordinator, with questions at:
Name of business/nonprofit for which you are applying:
How is your business incorporated? Choose one:
Eligible self-employed individual
501(c)(19) veterans organization
Do any of the owners of the small business/nonprofit for which you are applying identify with any of the groups below? (Please check all that apply)
Prefer not to answer
What is the annual budget of your business? (Estimate is okay)
Does your business have any employees on payroll?
Yes, we have one or more employees on payroll that receive W-2s, including myself as owner
No, we only work with independent contractors/consultants that receive 1099s or other payments from us. We do not have any employees on payroll (including myself as owner) that receive W-2s
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