Crow Wing County Small Business and Non-Profit Offered Second Round of CARES Act Relief Grants: Deadline Oct. 23, 2020
Web posted October 20, 2020
Crow Wing County Commissioners approved a second round of CARES Act relief grants to provide money from the county’s allocation of federal CARES Act funds to help local small businesses and nonprofits who have suffered financially due to the COVID-19 pandemic. At a 10/13 County Board meeting, Commissioners voted unanimously to allocate remaining funds to additional grants, as well as expand eligibility to residents applying for relief funds.
During the first round of grants, 182 small business applications were approved totaling more than $1.7 million. 63 local nonprofit applications were also approved totaling almost $600,000. There was almost $2.5 million left for additional grants, leaving approximately $2 million to be directed toward small businesses and $560,000 for nonprofits in round 2.
“Our board has been very concerned about the economic impact to our small businesses during the pandemic. We remain focused to helping them provide important jobs and resources to our community,” said Crow Wing County Board Chair, Steve Barrows. “Our local nonprofits play a vital role in building healthy communities by providing critical services for our residents. We hope these grants can provide some relief during these stressful times.”
Businesses and nonprofits can apply for an emergency grant up to $10,000, based on economic hardship from COVID-10. The second round of grants has no employee count limit to allow businesses of any size to apply if they meet all other eligibility requirements.
The latest round of grants now opens an application process to accept applications from any organization that provided free day care within Crow Wing County to critical sector workers early in the pandemic. The second round also opens an application process to accept applications from any public and private school for any additional unreimbursed COVID expenses.
The deadline to apply is October 23, 2020. For more information or to apply go to www.crowwing.us
A Special County Board meeting will be held on Tuesday 11/3 at 9:00 am, to approve the phase 2 business and nonprofit award recommendations. County Commissioners will also consider and approve the applications for daycare cost reimbursement and local school unreimbursed expenses.
Cass County Small Business and Non-Profit CARES Act Relief Grants: Deadline Extended to Oct. 23, 2020
Web posted October 20, 2020
To provide emergency assistance to small local businesses and non-profit organizations in Cass County adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cass County COVID - 19 Relief Fund will provide grants to small businesses and non-profit organizations in need of support.
Application Forms will continue to be accepted through the new deadline of October 23 , 2020 at 4:30 p.m., unless funds are earlier exhausted.
Application forms can be found at: www.co.cass.mn.us/newslist.php
Click on “Application for small business and non-profit organization grants” to go to a PDF with grant qualification details and the application form.
Application forms should be returned to the County Administrator at the Cass County Courthouse, P.O. Box 3000, Walker, MN 56484 or email@example.com
Businesses and non-profit organizations must meet all of the application criteria as of March 1, 2020 to be eligible.
P.O. Box 145, Outing, MN 56662 • Phone 218-792-5842 • Fax 218-792-5844 • Email firstname.lastname@example.org