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Small Businesss Take Out/Delivery FB group
FB group put together to bring businesses together and post their take-out and delivery options for consumers. Nearly 9,000 members as of 3/23
Pittsburgh, PA Quarantine *Small Business*
Take Out/Delivery 2020
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Service Industry Emergency FundFundraising platform to raise money to pay foodservice industry workers - $150 to distributed per employeehttps://www.tablemagazine.com/restaurantfund
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Greater Pittsburgh Restaurant Workers Mutual AidAn outlet for people looking for mutual aid - food and home good share, share links and resources, peer connectionshttps://www.facebook.com/groups/PGHrestaurantMA
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Greater PGH Restaurant Workers Emergency Fundraising $20,000 to provide payments of up to $150 per worker.
https://www.gofundme.com/f/greater-pgh-restaurant-workers-emergency-fund
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Virtual Tip JarProvides the ability for consumers to virtually tip service industry employees who are temporarily out of work
http://centerforethicsandpolicy.com/PGHTipJar.html?fbclid=IwAR3WNt8hzYuYxDQg9Sb1jKkYfKXv-Fxa4QJ34JWgxZ62fwyYsr_SsDHDP1Q
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Urban Redevelopment Authority
Updates on URA's efforts to support businesses - halting loan payments, emergency extended credit, loan modifications, loan options - ALSO a pletheora of additional resources available for small businesses
https://www.ura.org/pages/covid-19
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Honeycomb Relief Loan ProgramThese loans up to $50,000 will offer a 45-day payment free period and a six-month interest-only period.https://www.sba.gov/disaster-assistance/coronavirus-covid-19
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Restaurant Opportunities CenterPlethora of resources available to restaurants and employees to provide financial supporthttps://rocunited.org/
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Nighttime Economy Impact SurveyTo help identify industry needs through this crisis
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScYY7q_jhvgBK3gYtkbd6w8gJAG3Aa3BpLmiG2_t2ck-8niyA/viewform
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Facebook Boost GrantsFacebook is offering $100M in cash grants and ad credits for up to 30,000 eligible small businesseshttps://www.facebook.com/business/boost/grants
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COVID19 Working Capital Access Program (CWCA)
supplies working capital for for-profit businesses located in PA and with 100 or fewer employees through the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority (PIDA); Any for-profit businesses located in PA and with 100 or fewer employees worldwide may qualify for disaster relief loans not to exceed $100,000
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Industry Resource IndexPlethora of resources for employers and workers
https://help.emerging.com/?utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=85324938&_hsenc=p2ANqtz--Z5Bc0fX8fsULKWwdEIMJcSn46HZosFIkpk5hN6Pr3FKdwpWi6qECtAbmvrg5mFVZP6wzQFl-7Q6QxRppRvzGvmyQvtw&_hsmi=85324938
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National Restaurant AssociationDetails on the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act CARES Act https://restaurant.org/Covid19
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Gov Wolf Stimulus Bill
Would provide up to $400 billion in loans to businesses. Loans would effectively become grants if businesses use the money to maintain payroll or pay mortgages or rent; small business program is for those that employ fewer than 500 people; would also offer tax credits for wages paid by larger businesses, effectively cutting their costs for keeping people employed. Most businesses in PA would be eligible.
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Specialty Group COVID-19 Relief Loans
Provides relief loans to Restaurants, Bars, and Beer Distributors up to $75,000. Loan features 3 months without payments, no prepayment penalty, waived filing fees, and 2-5 year terms.
https://form.jotform.com/93284341856161
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