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7.28.20 | WED & THURS | Important Small Business Funding Info Sessions + Open Grants + Save Our Stages

29 Jul 2020 9:02 AM | Anonymous

Can you believe it's almost the end of July and our 5th month of COVID life? 

  • Last week we took off to rest and now we have a packed list of important info sessions for small businesses! 

Stay healthy, be kind and keep connecting! We're here for you!

Save the Date for the next KBOA General Zoom Meeting | Tuesday August 18th @ 11AM.

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7.29.20 @ 11am | Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger Hosts Small Business Recovery Tele-town Hall

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Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is pleased to announce his office’s fourth financial recovery tele-town hall titled, Rebuilding & Recovering Financially: A Path to Financial Recovery. The tele-town hall, hosted through the She Leads financial literacy program, will provide insight and advice for Georgia small business owners and entrepreneurs who are struggling during the current economic turmoil. The event will take place on July 29, 2020, at 11:00 AM.

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7.29.20 @ Noon | NFIB Webinar
SCORE, updates on the EIDL and PPP, Paid Leave Reimbursement, and Q&A

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Join special guest, SCORE’s Executive Director Bridget Weston, along with Beth and Holly to learn about FREE business resources available through SCORE, and also reimbursement for paid sick and family leave, loans, and what’s next for small business financial assistance.

The webinar will cover:

  • SCORE www.score.org
  • EIDL and PPP updates
  • Paid sick and family leave dollar-for-dollar reimbursement instructions
As always, we’ll save time to answer your individual questions. We welcome your questions in advance, just email info@nfib.org.

Can't make this Webinar? Don't worry! Register Now and we'll email you an on-demand version!

7.30.20 @ 6:30PM | New City of Atlanta COVID-19 Small Business Grants, including the Resurgence, creATL, and Strength in Beauty grant funds.

RSVP TO JOIN THURSDAY JULY 30TH @ 6:30PM WITH DISTRICT 5 COUNCIL MEMBER NATALYN ARCHIBONG


The Resurgence Grant Fund, made possible by a $22 million allocation of federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), offers up to $40,000 to help cover pandemic-related costs, such as complying with requirements necessary for businesses to operate safely, plus access to up to $10,000 of no-cost technical assistance services.
 
Two other existing funds, the creATL Relief Fund and Strength in Beauty Fund, have also both been recapitalized with a portion of the CARES Act allocation. Both funds will continue to support the creative and cosmetology sectors by offering $1,000 grants to alleviate hardships due to the loss of business as a result of the pandemic.

Applications for the Resurgence, creATL, and Strength in Beauty Grant Funds open Monday, August 10.

BRICK AND MORTAR SMALL BUSINESS GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATIONS OPEN NOW

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Announcing the launch of the HartBeat of Main Street Grant Program. Grants of $5,000 to $15,000 will be awarded to support brick-and-mortar small businesses in commercial districts as they enter the next phases of reopening across the country. 

  • Applications are now open.
  • They will continue to be accepted until 11:59pm PT Sunday, August 23 or until 500 applications have been submitted, whichever is sooner. 
  • Subsequent grant rounds to accept additional applications later this summer.

SHOP SMALL ENROLLMENT PERIOD EXTENDED TO 8/23/20

Extended the offer enrollment period to 8/23/20 – so even more eligible Amex® Card Members have the chance to get rewarded when they Shop Small.

American Express Card Members can get $5 back in the form of a statement credit after they spend $10 or more at eligible small businesses – in stores and online – up to 10x* after they enroll on ShopSmall.com by 8/23/20.

ADD YOUR VOICE TO SAVE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT VENUES!

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Earlier this week, Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and John Cornyn (R-TX) introduced a bipartisan bill to save live entertainment venues.  This bill, called the Save Our Stages Act, needs your support in order to pass.  

If you haven't already done so, please contact your elected representatives through SaveOurStages.com & ask them to support this bill.  


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