Small business grant
The Alameda County Board of Supervisors have opened the application window for $11 million worth of small business recovery grants in Alameda County, with $1 million earmarked specifically for the unincorporated areas.
The program is open to any business with between one and 25 employees that has not already received COVID-19-related relief funding through the American Rescue Plan Act. “Eligible businesses must be licensed for-profit entities in Alameda County that have experienced decreased revenue and/or increased costs due to the economic impacts of COVID-19,” county officials said.
Grant applications will be accepted through Oct. 31, with funding to be provided by check no later than Dec. 30. Visit acbusiness.org.
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