The reality of what it’s going to take to slow the COVID-19 Pandemic has finally hit Americans. As a nation, it appears that we are finally starting to realize that this thing is extremely serious. While we are keeping a light heart and coming up with the funniest memes ever, I believe that we are collectively doing our part to keep our communities safe and not overload our hospitals. The experts have recommended the best course of actions to take are: Social Isolation, Sheltering in Place and Social distancing. And, as more and more municipalities make these recommendations mandates, it is beginning to hurt and economically injure small businesses. How can small business keep up with overhead like payroll, rent, insurance, etc. if customers can come in to buy their product or service?
Thankfully, the SBA has emergency funds / disaster relief for small businesses and non-profits to help bridge the major gap that this crisis is creating in their budgets.
Click on the video as Miguel Contreras interviews Ryan Smith of Think SBA, Inc. You will discover where to start the process to obtain the disaster relief your business needs to get thru this.
You can also follow this link to initiate your application here :
Read SBA press release-