The Invest In Neighborhoods Division of OEWD (Office of Economic and Workforce Development) works with individual businesses whenever an unforeseen event occurs that negatively impacts small businesses like COVID-19.
This is to provide support and resources that the businesses may need to get them through this difficult time. Because of the disruptions that COVID-19 pandemic has created for the small business community, the COVID-19 Small Business Resiliency Fund was created. It allows impacted small business owners to access up to $10,000 for employee salaries and rent. This program is administered in partnership with Northeast Community Federal Credit Union.
To be eligible for the COVID-19 Small Businesses Resiliency Fund, small businesses must:
- Have at least 1 employee and no more than 5 employees
- Demonstrate a loss of revenue of 25% or more
- Have less than $2,500,000 in gross receipts
- Be engaged in activities that are regulated by the City and County of San Francisco and have a license/permit associated to that regulation
All applications must be completed and submitted via email to [email protected] or they can be mailed or delivered to:
Attn: Judy Lee – COVID 19 Small Business Resiliency Fund
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett PL. Rm# 448
San Francisco, CA 94102
In addition to the application form, businesses are required to submit the following:
- Proof of Payroll Costs
- Proof of a 25% or more revenue loss
Download the application form from the OEWD website
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