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$100,000 Unsung BusinessesGrantShea MoistureSmall businessesUSA**NOW CLOSEDhttps://www.sheamoisturefund.com/unsung-business
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Bartender Emergency Assistance ProgramIndividual cash assistanceUS Bartenders' GuildBartenders with Financial NeedUSAYou don't need to be a member to applyhttps://www.usbgfoundation.org/beap
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Beauty Changes Lives FundGrantCND Creative Nail Design x Beauty Changes LivesLicensed beauty professionalsUSAThis fund offers $1,000 grants for licensed beauty professionals who are out of work due to the coronavirushttps://beautychangeslives.org/cnd-creative-nail-design-covid-19-relief-grant/
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Black Business Relief FundGrantShea MoistureBlack-owned businessesUSA**NOW CLOSEDhttps://www.sheamoisturefund.com/black-business-relief-fund
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Bring Back Brooklyn FundLoanBrooklyn Chamber of CommerceSmall BusinessesBrooklynThe Bring Back Brooklyn Fund will offer loans between $500 and $30,000 to small businesses based in Brooklyn

Community-driven, small bsuiness loan program with 65% of funds earmarked for MWBE
https://fundrazr.com/BCC-BringBrooklynBack?ref=ab_5jHi8GL1LmX5jHi8GL1LmX
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Business For All Grant FundGrantHello AlliceSmall BusinessesUSABusinesses can apply for grants up to $50,000 to support business growth, including $10,000 emergency COVID-19 Business for All Grants to help small businesses in crisis.

*Applications are due September 25,2020*
https://businessforall.helloalice.com/
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Coronavirus Financial Impact Loan ProgramLoanHebrew Free Loan SocietyIndividuals, Small BusinessesNYC, Long Island, WestchesterZero Interest loans given between $2,000-$5,000, repayment begins July 2020 and spread across 20 installmentshttps://hfls.org/loan-programs/coronavirusfinancialimpactloan/
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COVID-19 Freelance Artists' ResourcevariousCompiled by Industry FolksFreelance Artists of All KindsUSAA huge wealth of resources, some COVID-19 specific, some not. https://covid19freelanceartistresource.wordpress.com/
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Emergency Small Business Relief Loan FundLoanRenaissance Economic Development CorporationBusinsses <50 employeesFlushing, Jackson Heights, Elmhurst, Murray Hill, Woodside, College Point, Bayside, Chinatown, Lower East Side, Korean Town, Sunset Park, Bensonhurst, Bay Ridge, or Sheepshead BayRenaissance Economic Development Corporation is a Queen-based CDFI offering loans of up to $50,000 to businesses with 50 employees or less within the CDFI's service area. Repayment is deferred for six months, at which point the interest rate is three percent. The CDFI is raising money from individuals and corporations to capitalize the loan fund.https://renaissance-ny.org/emergency-small-business-relief-loan-fund/
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Facebook Small Business GrantsGrantFacebookSmall BusinessesUSA**NOW CLOSEDhttps://www.facebook.com/business/boost/grants
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FedEx #Support Small GrantGrantFedExSmall businessesUSA$5,000 grants - must be a U.S.-based for-profit small business in operation and selling for more than 1 year, with less than 50 employees; have less than $5 million in annual sales revenue in 2019; and have shipped in the last 12 months and/or plan to ship in the coming 12 months as part of your business.
**application available May 25
https://www.fedex.com/en-us/support-small-business-grants.html
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GoFundMe Small Busiess Relief InitiativeGrantGoFundMeSmall BusinessesUSASmall businesses that have been negatively impacted by the coronavrius crisis can sign up on GoFundMe to start a fundraiser to benefit their small business. If a small business raises $500 on their GoFundMe and meets certain elibility criteria, they may be considered to receive a $500 matching grant from the Small Business Reliefhttps://www.gofundme.com/c/small-business-relief-initiative-and-fund-faqs
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Google Ads credits Small and Medium-sized BusinessesAd CreditGooglehttps://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/9803410
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Honeycomb Crowd-funded Small Business Relief LoanLoanHoneycombSmall BusinessesUSA (except South Dakota & Alabama$10,000-$50,000https://www.honeycombcredit.com/relief
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IFW COVID-19 Relief FundGrantiFundWomenWomen-owned businessesUSAThis fund provides microgrants to women-owned businesses that are being impacted by the crisishttps://ifundwomen.com/grants
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Inner City Innovation HubsGrantMinority Business Development Agency (MBDA)Inner city, minority-owned entrepreneurs and businessesUSA**NOW CLOSEDhttps://www.mbda.gov/page/mbe-inner-city-innovation-hub-grant-competitions
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James Beard Foundation Relief FundGrantJames Beard FoundationRestaurants Under 100 EmployeesUSA**NOW CLOSEDhttps://www.jamesbeard.org/relief
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KivaLoanKivaNo interest loan of up to $15,000 to qualifying small businesses, with expanded eligibility and grace period of up to 6 months, in light of COVID-19.https://www.kiva.org/borrow
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Mainvest's Main Street Initiative LoanLoanMainvestSmall BusinessesUSAMainvest offers a crowdfunding platform and provides $2,000 in up-front capital; 0% interest on the $2,000; must have a brick-and-mortar business location.https://mainvest.com/raise
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Medical Emergency Grant for ArtistsGrantRobert Rauschenberg FoundationArtistsUSAOne-time grants of up to $5,000 for unexpected medical emergencies. There is no deadline; applications will be accepted and reviewed by the panel on a monthly basis beginning in late May/early June 2020.https://www.nyfa.org/Content/Show/Rauschenberg-Emergency-Grants
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Moms as Entrepreneurs Give Life, Give Community FundGrantMoms as EntrepreneursBusinesses solely owned by mothersUSAThe fund is designed to help suppor businesses solely owned by mothers who have been shut out of government loans or other funding during the COVID-19 pandemic

Grants of $500 to $1,000 will be given to mom-woned businesses in all industries.
https://www.maeentrepreneur.com/
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NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact FundLoan & GrantBloomberg Philanthropies, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Ford Foundation, Joan Ganz Cooney & Holly Peterson Fund, Kenneth C. Griffin Charitable Fund, The JPB Foundation, The Estée Lauder Companies Charitable Foundation, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The New York Community Trust, Jennifer and Jonathan Allan Soros, Jon Stryker and Slobodan Randjelović, Charles H. Revson Foundation, Robin Hood, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Laurie M Tisch Illumination Fund, UJA-Federation of New York, and Wells Fargo FoundationNonprofitsNYCNew $75 Million Fund will Provide Grants and Loans to New York City-Based Social Services and Cultural Organizations to Support Them in the COVID-19 Pandemichttps://nff.org/nyc-covid-19-recovery-fund
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One Fair Wage Emergency FundIndividual cash assistanceOne Fair Wage CampaignRestaurant Workers, gig workers, and other hourly workersUSAhttps://ofwemergencyfund.org/help
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Prospect Heights Small Business Relief FundGrantProspect Heights NeighborsSmall Businesses in Prospect HeightsSpecific geographic area in Manhattanhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/108A-_IzPjfDhLZEfTcIqkXmTzyefS3yxtCdN14Pph3s/edit?fbclid=IwAR1kBvIgOuA7b6CdxWslLK0aySLUCTwlZzWzARbBrEM6eV-yOCXmvr6op7g
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Restaurant Employee Relief FundIndividual cash assistanceNational Restaurant AssociationRestaurant industry employeesUSA**currently closed to new applicants** $500 granthttps://rerf.us/
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Restaurant Opportunities Centers Relief Individual cash assistanceROC UnitedRestaurant Workers**APPLICATIONS PAUSED**https://rocunited.org/relief/
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Restaurant Response ProgramGrantRethink FoodRestaurantsNYC**APPLICATIONS PAUSED** 30 NYC restaurants will recieve up to $40,000 eachhttps://www.rethinkfood.nyc/restaurant-response-program
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Restaurant Strong Grant FundGrantRestaurant Strong RestaurantsUSA**NOW CLOSED** Assists individuals who were employed full-time at a restaurant, bar, cafe or nightclub and impacted by COVID-19 closuresrestaurantstrong.org/apply-for-grants/index.html
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RWCF COVID-19 Emergency Relief FundIndividual cash assistanceRestaurant Workers' Community FoundationFood Nonprofits, Individuals, RestrauntsUSA50% towards individual restaurant employees, 25% to nonprofits serving restaurant workers, 25% as zero interest loans to restaurants.https://www.restaurantworkerscf.org/covid19faq
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Salesforce Care Small Business GrantsGrantSalesforceSmall Businesses (2 to 50 employees)USASalesforce is partnering with Ureeka to offer grants up to $10,000 to eligible small businesses that have been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreakgrants.ureeka.biz/salesforce
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Save Small Business FundGrantUS Chamber of CommerceUSA**NOW CLOSEDhttps://savesmallbusiness.com/
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Stimulus 2020LoanWomply & FundRocketSmall BusinessesUSA$1,000 interest free loanhttps://www.stimulus2020.com/
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The Bronx Community Relief EffortGrantBronx Community FoundationSmall BusinessBronx$1,500,000 – Small Business Relief – In partnership with the 3rd Avenue BID and Spring Bank, distribute between 100 to 175 grants to small businesses (grants are between $5,000 – $25,000)https://www.thebronx.org/
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The Doonie FundLoandigitalundividedBlack female entrepreneurs NYmicro-investments for Black female entrepreneurs who have experienced hardships as a result of COVID-19digitalundivided.com/the-doonie-fund
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The Entrepreneurial Dream ProjectGrantSupermakerNew businessesUSA$100,000 non-dilutive grant fund and mentorship program beneffiting new businesses that are building during COVID-19. It will provide two winning companies who are "keeping the entrepreneurial dream alive admist global pandemic," $50,000 each as well as mentorshiphttps://supermaker.com/p/entrepreneurial-dream-project?x-craft-preview=Y13mE7ov1l&token=4FjhtwJ7LyMBu6ji5i9d6cEVs882ekLR
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The Red Backpack FundGrantSpanx by Sara BlakelyWomen entrepreneurs USAThe Red Backpack Fund will make 1,000 grants of $5,000 each to female entrepreneurs in the U.S. for COVID-19 relief. Applications will be open through May 11https://www.globalgiving.org/redbackpackfund/
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Verizon Small Business Recovery FundGrantVerizon / Local Initiatives Support CorpSmall Businesses (especially MWBE)NYCLISC will use the Verizon funding to provide grants of up to $10,000 to businesses facing immediate financial pressure because of COVID-19 -- especially entrepreneurs of color, women-owned businesses and other entreprises in historically understved communities who don't have access to flexible, affordable capital
Funding can be used for: paying rent and utilities, meeting payroll, paying outstanding debt to vendors, other immediate operational costs
https://www.lisc.org/covid-19/small-business-assistance/small-business-relief-grants/verizon-small-business-recovery-fund/
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WeFunder Emergency FundingLoanWeFunderSmall BusinessesUSAWefunder is enabling small businesses to crowdfund loans of $20,000 to $1 million from supporters through their Coronavirus Crisis Loans Programhttps://wefunder.com/loans
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West Side Small Business GrantsGrantWest Side Community Fund / Citizens Committee for New York CitySmall businesses prioritizing businesses owned by people of color, immigrants, and womenSpecific geographic area in ManhattanWSSBG grants of $5,000 to $10,000citizensnyc.org/grants/west-side-small-business-grants
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Yelp COVID-19 ResponseAd creditsYelpSmall BusinessesUSAOffering $25 million in relief, thought it's primarily just free advertising credits. Could be a good option for businesses still open and trying to reach more folks.https://blog.yelp.com/2020/03/coronavirus-relief-for-restaurants-and-bars
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Your Friends in New York Business Relief FundGrantPyer MossWomen and minority-owned small businessesNYMen's and women's fashion label Pyer Moss established a relief fund for women and minority businesses negatively affected by COVID-19. Grant awards go up to $5,000http://yourfriendsin.nyc/
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New York Foward Loan FundLoanEmpire State DevelopmentWomen and minority-owned small businessesNYShttps://esd.ny.gov/nyforwardloans-info
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