FUNDS FROM CALVERT COUNTY CARES Act Grant Funding – Round II – Webinar Training Available On Demand
If you’d like to learn more, ask questions or get a tutorial on how to complete your application, click to join us for a Zoom webinar on Tuesday, Aug. 4, at 9 am. The session has been recorded, call to locate on demand recording.
For business assistance, call the Department of Economic Development at 410-535-4583.
For nonprofit assistance, call the Department of Community Resources at 410-535-1600, ext. 8803.
Business owners interested in receiving a grant are encouraged to review eligibility criteria and application requirements online beginning Wednesday, July 29, 2020. Those interested in applying are encouraged to create a user name and password prior to the application period. Interested business owners may also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The COVID-19 Small Business & Nonprofit Relief Fund grant provides limited financial relief to local businesses that have experienced significant economic hardship or unusual expenses because of the COVID-19 public health emergency. In our first round of grant funding, which closed June 24, we received more than 250 applications from Calvert County’s sole proprietors, micro- and small-business owners and 44 applications from nonprofit organizations.
We are currently preparing to open the portal for a second round of grant applications in the following increments:
- Sole proprietor: $1,500
- Micro Business (1-15 employees): $5,000
- Small Business (16-50 employees): $7,000
- Nonprofit Relief: Up to $10,000
- Nonprofit Assistance: Up to $5,000
- Nonprofit Grass Roots: Up to $1,500
Both for-profit small businesses with commercial locations in Calvert County and nonprofit organizations serving Calvert County are eligible. The grant may be used for expenses related to business interruption or due to the public health emergency. Repayment is not required for any funds received. If you applied in the first round but were ineligible due to employee count or inability to demonstrate at least 50% of combined revenue loss and expenses, requirements in the second round will be less restrictive.
Visit ecalvert.com for information about Calvert County COVID 19 grants for businesses and non profits.
All the information below was taken from https://www.ecalvert.com/
Guidelines for Businesses
- Best Practices for Re-opening Calvert Businesses (video)
- General Guidelines (PDF)
- Daycare Facilities (PDF)
- Employee Screening for Symptoms of COVID-19 (PDF)
- Nail Salons (PDF)
- Restaurants & Bars (PDF)
- Restaurants – Getting Back to Business: Guidance for Outdoor Seating (PDF)
- Retail (PDF)
- Small Businesses and Services (PDF)
- Tanning Salons (PDF)
- Tattoo Parlors (PDF)
- Tips to Prepare for Reopening (PDF)