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Resources for Businesses

San Francisco International Airport is committed to the continued health of its business partners and their employees. Below are local, state, and federal resources for businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information, please contact smallbusiness@flysfo.com or call or text (650) 821-5244.

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California Recovery Roadmap requests industry input in reopening the state and establishing operating guidelines here.

San Francisco Recovery Task Force seeks your insight here. It requests a zip code; please put 94128 if you operate at SFO.

Golden Gate Restaurant Association & Bay Area Hospitality Coalition want feedback from food and beverage businesses here. It requests "comments"; please indicate whether you are an SFO business.

Layoff Support
SFO can support your employees with applying for unemployment benefits and other resources. Please refer your employees to SFO's Business & Career Center. Have your employees call (650) 821-5242 or e-mail community@flysfo.com. Employee resources can be found at https://www.sfoconnect.com/covid-19-resources-all-sfo-workers.

 

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Resources for SFO Employers with On-Site Staff

SFO Badging for Existing and New Employees SAO operational hours will be limited to 7:00 am - 3:00 pm. Please ensure any employees who are coming to the SAO with an appointment adhere to appropriate social distancing measures. Please advise your staff to comply with all directions SAO staff may provide when your employees arrive at the SAO.

 

Fingerprint Appointment:
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Customs Appointments:
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Computer-Based Training Appointment:
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Airfield Operations Training
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Authorized Signatory Portal:
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Workplace Preparations for COVID-19 Local, state, and federal agencies have posted guidance on protecting workers from COVID-19.

 

San Francisco Department of Public Health
https://www.sfdph.org/dph/alerts/coronavirus.asp

 

San Francisco Department of Public Health Order
https://www.sfdph.org/dph/alerts/files/HealthOfficerOrder-C19-07b-ShelterInPlace-03312020.pdf

 

California Occupational Safety & Health Administration
https://www.sfdph.org/dph/alerts/files/HealthOfficerOrder-C19-07b-ShelterInPlace-03312020.pdf

 

California Occupational Safety & Health Administration
https://www.dir.ca.gov/dosh/coronavirus/Health-Care-General-Industry.html

 

Executive Department, State of California Executive Order
https://www.gov.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/4.4.20-EO-N-45-20.pdf

 

U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration
https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/covid-19/standards.html

 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/guidance-business-response.html
California Workers Compensation:

 

COVID-19

Rebuttable Presumption
Governor Gavin Newsom on May 6 announced that workers who contract COVID-19 while on the job may be eligible to receive workers' compensation. The Governor signed an Executive Order that creates a time-limited rebuttable presumption for accessing workers' compensation benefits applicable to Californians who must work outside of their homes during the stay at home order.

 

Those eligible will have the rebuttable presumption if they tested positive for COVID-19 or were diagnosed with COVID-19 and confirmed by a positive test within 14 days of performing labor or service at a place of work after the stay at home order was issued on March 19, 2020. The presumption will stay in place through July 5, 2020.

 

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Tips for Businesses

COVID-19 Business Continuity Action Plan - 2.0 (Small- and Medium-Sized Businesses) The San Mateo County Economic Development Association has released a guide on how to maintain operations during the pandemic, including a list of steps to consider implementing.

 

You can view the guide here.
Coronavirus Small Business Survival Guide The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has published a "survival guide" for small businesses that compiles all their resources into one page. It includes resource guide on what small businesses can do during the pandemic, what best practices small businesses can implement, how to handle staff concerns, how to get an SBA Coronavirus Emergency Payroll Protection Loan, how to manage concerns when your staff cannot work from home, and others.

 

You can view the complete guide here.
Inc.'s Essential Business Survival Guide for the Covid-19 Crisis Inc.com has published a guide for businesses separated into sections such as handling cash flow, finding capital, managing debt, and furloughing or laying off staff.

 

You can access the full guide here.
Business Interruption Insurance Commercial insurance can protect you from some of the most common losses experienced by business owners such as property damage, business interruption, theft, liability, and worker injury. Purchasing the appropriate commercial insurance coverage can make the difference between going out of business after a severe loss or recovering with minimal business interruption and financial impairment to your company's operations.

 

Review your insurance policy to learn whether you have business interruption insurance.

 

You can access the full guide here.
Business Recovery & Resilience Series The California Green Business Network and their partners are hosting a webinar series aimed to help businesses adapt and Recover, Build Resilience, and Incorporate Sustainability into the years that come. Please join them for this free weekly series, Wednesdays at 11:00am starting on May 20, 2020.
  • May 20th, 11am-12pm: Pivoting and Loan Forgiveness
  • May 27th, 11am-12pm: Marketing, Social Media, Recovery Messaging
  • June 3rd, 11am-12:30pm: Sustainability, Safety, Savings
  • June 10th, 11am-12:30pm: Beyond Crisis Management
Sign up to save your spot as space is limited!

 

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Local and State Organizations Available to Assist

CDFIs: Community Development Financial Institutions CDFIs provide loans, investments, financial services and technical assistance to underserved businesses, populations, and communities. Search for a CDFI near you.

 

Here is a sample of some local CDFIs.
San Francisco Office of Economic of Workforce Development All businesses can reach out to the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development for assistance and guidance in responding to COVID-19.

 

Small businesses can reach out to the San Francisco Office of Small Business Assistance Center to share your concerns and to learn more about existing programs that can assist you during this time.
San Francisco Office of Small Business (SFOSB) The mission of the Small Business Commission, the Office of Small Business, and the Small Business Assistance Center is to foster, promote, and retain small businesses in the City and County of San Francisco.

 

Due to the SF Public Health Order for City residents to shelter in place, the Office of Small Business is not open to the public from March 17, 2020 through May 3, 2020. Staff is working remotely to provide service to small businesses by email and phone. Please contact via email at sfosb@sfgov.org or call 415-554-6134. For assistance in Chinese call 415-554-6407. Due to the high volume of inquiries, SFOSB will respond as soon as possible.
San Mateo County Economic Development Association SAMCEDA, founded in 1953, promotes business issues that enhance and sustain the economic prosperity of the region and its local communities. SAMCEDA is compiling business assistance programs and a variety of other resources as quickly as possible and as they become available.
California Office of the Small Business Advocate The Office of the Small Business Advocate (SB Advocate) supports California's small businesses and entrepreneurs with the information, tools and resources they need to plan, launch, manage and grow their businesses successfully. https://business.ca.gov/advantages/small-business-innovation-and-entrepreneurship/
California Small Enterprise Task Force (CASE Force) The California Small Enterprise Task Force (CASE Force) is a consortium of legal, financial, and nonprofit professionals working together to connect Bay Area small businesses with the resources they need during the COVID-19 pandemic. The task force is focused on collecting local, state, federal, and private/nonprofit resources for Bay Area small businesses impacted by COVID-19 and disseminating this information in a digestible way as quickly as possible.

 

Weekly group office hours will be led by experienced attorneys so that Bay Area businesses with 25 or fewer employees, as well as nonprofits, can get help with government relief programs and other resources.

 

Zoom Office Hours (live) Thursdays, April 16 - June 25, 2020 4 - 5:30 p.m

Audio Dial-In: 888 788 0099 (US toll free)

Meeting ID: 527 839 619

Password: baseforce

 

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Local and State Assistance for Small Businesses

SF Hardship Loan Fund The City's new San Francisco Hardship Emergency Loan Program (SF HELP) will rapidly deploy loans up to $50,000 at 0% interest. Funds can be used to pay payroll, rent, utilities, inventory and more. The loan will have a flexible repayment schedule, with terms determined on a case-by-case basis, based on each borrower’s ability to repay.

 

Eligibility
  • Be a for-profit business located in SF and in good standing
  • Have a total annual revenue under $2.5M
  • Demonstrate a 25% drop in revenues since January 1, 2020
  • Have 3 years remaining on lease
You can read more information and apply here

 

Contact any of these San Francisco-based Technical Assistance Centers:
Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) 415-282-3334 | English, Spanish

Small Business Development Center (SBDC) 415-937-7232 | English, Chinese

Renaissance Center 415-541-8580 (SOMA), 415-647-3728 (Bayview)

Southeast Asian Community Center 415-885-2743 | Chinese, Vietnamese

SCORE 415-764-4964
San Francisco Workers and Families First Program The Workers and Families First Program provides financial assistance to businesses and nonprofits to provide additional paid sick leave time to employees, over and above their existing policies. All businesses in San Francisco and all SFO businesses are eligible, with up to 20% of funds reserved for small businesses with 50 or fewer employees. The City will contribute up to one week (40 hours) at $15.59 per hour (minimum wage) per employee, or $623 per employee. The employer will pay the difference between the minimum wage and an employee's full hourly wage. To apply, go here. Please note that SFO Employers are eligible for this fund, even if your business does not have operations in San Francisco. Please contact the San Francisco Small Business Office at sfosb@sfgov.org or call 415-554-6134.
SF Small Business Revolving Loan Fund | SF Emerging Business Loan Fund The City-sponsored Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) provides access to capital, including microloans and technical assistance. The Emerging Business Loan Fund (EBLF) offers loans ranging from $50,000 to $250,000 to qualifying commercial projects. If you have questions or to learn more about these loans, please contact Karla De Leon by phone at 510-830-3226 or e-mail sanfrancisco@mainstreetlaunch.org.
San Francisco Deferred Business Taxes for Small Businesses For businesses with up to $10M in gross receipts, the City's Office of the Treasurer & Tax Collector is deferring payment of quarterly business taxes, generally due April 30, 2020, to March 1, 2021, with no interest or penalties. If you have questions, please contact the Treasurer's office through their Help Center.
San Francisco Deferred Business Licensing Fees The City's Office of the Treasurer & Tax Collector is deferring collection of annual small business license and permit fees that make up the Unified License Bill generally due March 31, 2020, for three months, to July 31, 2020. If you have questions or want to learn more about the deferral of business taxes or licensing fees, please contact the Treasurer's Office through their Help Center.
San Francisco Busines Property Tax As the San Francisco shelter-in-place order has been extended and in accordance with state law, the new property tax deadline is June 1, 2020. Taxpayers who are unable to pay by this date for reasons related to COVID-19 should submit a request for a penalty waiver online. Please note that penalty waiver requests will not be accepted until after the property tax deadline.

 

If you have any questions, please visit their Help Center or call 3-1-1.
California Assistance to Small Businesses California offers support for small businesses, the backbone of the state economy and the heart of communities and main streets across California.

 

Relief includes small business interest free deferral of sales/use tax up to $50,000 for businesses with less than $5 million in taxable sales.

 

The state of California, through the Small Business Finance Center (SFBC), is offering California Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee Program - COVID-19. The SBFC helps businesses create and retain jobs and encourages investment in low- to moderate-income communities. The SBFC has a Jump Start Loan Program, a Small Business Loan Guarantee Program, and a Farm Loan Program.

 

State of California Payroll Tax Assistance Payroll tax assistance. Employers experiencing a hardship due to COVID-19 may request up to a 60-day extension of time from the EDD to file their state payroll reports and/or deposit state payroll taxes without penalty or interest. A written request for extension must be received within 60 days from the original delinquent date of the payment or return. For questions, employers can call the EDD Taxpayer Assistance Center.

 

Toll-free from the U.S. or Canada: 1-888-745-3886

Hearing impaired (TTY): 1-800-547-9565

Outside the U.S. or Canada: 1-916-464-3502

 

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Federal Assistance for Small Businesses

The US Senate established the Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship.

 

To help small business owners and entrepreneurs better understand the new programs that are available to them, the Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship has created a comprehensive guide to many of the small business provisions in the CARES Act that was passed by Congress on March 27. These programs and initiatives are intended to assist business owners with whatever needs they have right now.
PPP: Paycheck Protection Program
First Come - First Served

 

Applied but your application is not funded or processed? Read the FAQ.

 

Check with your bank to see if they're offering the PPP or review Small Business Majority's PPP Lender List.

 

The Northern California Small Business Development Center has also shared a list of lenders accepting PPP application for non-existing customers.

 

SBA will forgive loans if all employees are kept on the payroll for eight weeks and the money is used for payroll, rent, mortgage interest, or utilities.

 

The Paycheck Protection Program will be available through June 30, 2020. Small businesses and eligible nonprofit organizations, Veterans organizations, and Tribal businesses described in the Small Business Act, as well as individuals who are self-employed or are independent contractors, are eligible if they also meet program size standards. Under this program:

 

  • Eligible recipients may qualify for a loan up to $10 million determined by 8 weeks of prior average payroll plus an additional 25% of that amount.
  • Loan payments will be deferred for six months.
  • If you maintain your workforce, SBA will forgive the portion of the loan proceeds that are used to cover the first 8 weeks of payroll and certain other expenses following loan origination.
Click here to learn more.

 

For questions, please contact the SBA disaster assistance customer service center at 1-800-659-2955 (TTY: 1-800-877-8339) or e-mail disastercustomerservice@sba.gov.

 

San Francisco organizations can help you navigate lending options:
 
EIDL: Economic Injury Disaster Loans and Loan Advance
First Come - First Served

 

To apply for a COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan, click here. In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, small business owners in all U.S. states, Washington D.C., and territories are eligible to apply for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan advance of up to $10,000. Self-employed individuals are eligible.

 

The SBA's Economic Injury Disaster Loan program provides small businesses with working capital loans of up to $2 million that can provide vital economic support to small businesses to help overcome the temporary loss of revenue they are experiencing. The loan advance will provide economic relief to businesses that are currently experiencing a temporary loss of revenue. Funds will be made available within three days of a successful application, and this loan advance will not have to be repaid. Applicants who have already submitted their applications will continue to be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

For questions, please contact the SBA disaster assistance customer service center at 1-800-659-2955 (TTY: 1-800-877-8339) or e-mail disastercustomerservice@sba.gov.

 

San Francisco organizations can help you navigate lending options:
 
Employee Retention Credit The Employee Retention Credit under the CARES Act encourages businesses to keep employees on their payroll. The refundable tax credit is 50% of up to $10,000 in wages paid by an eligible employer whose business has been financially impacted by COVID-19.

 

The Employee Retention Credit is a fully refundable tax credit for employers equal to 50 percent of qualified wages (including allocable qualified health plan expenses) that Eligible Employers pay their employees. This Employee Retention Credit applies to qualified wages paid after March 12, 2020, and before January 1, 2021. The maximum amount of qualified wages taken into account with respect to each employee for all calendar quarters is $10,000, so that the maximum credit for an Eligible Employer for qualified wages paid to any employee is $5,000. Learn how to claim the tax credit and get the money back!
SBA Express Bridge Loans Express Bridge Loan Pilot Program allows small businesses who currently have a business relationship with an SBA Express Lender to access up to $25,000 with less paperwork. These loans can provide vital economic support to small businesses to help overcome the temporary loss of revenue they are experiencing and can be a term loans or used to bridge the gap while applying for a direct SBA Economic Injury Disaster loan. If a small business has an urgent need for cash while waiting for decision and disbursement on Economic Injury Disaster Loan, they may qualify for an SBA Express Disaster Bridge Loan. Terms:
  • Up to $25,000
  • Fast turnaround
  • Will be repaid in full or in part by proceeds from the EIDL loan
  • Find an Express Bridge Loan Lender by connecting with your local SBA District Office.
SBA Debt Relief The SBA Debt Relief program will provide a reprieve to small businesses as they overcome the challenges created by this health crisis.

 

Under this program:
  • The SBA will also pay the principal and interest of new 7(a) loans issued prior to September 27, 2020.
  • The SBA will pay the principal and interest of current 7(a) loans for a period of six months.
Main Street Lending Program As part of its broad effort to support the economy, the Federal Reserve developed the Main Street Lending Program to help credit flow to small and medium-sized businesses that were in sound financial condition before the pandemic. The Main Street Lending Program was established under Section 13(3) of the Federal Reserve Act, with approval of the Treasury Secretary. The Treasury will provide $75 billion for the program using funds from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Loan Options

New Loans

Priority Loans

Expanded Loans

Term

4 years

4 years

4 years

Minimum Loan Size

$500,000

$500,000

$10,000,000

Maximum Loan Size*

The lesser of $25M or an amount that, when added to outstanding and undrawn available debt, does not exceed 4.0x adjusted 2019 EBITDA

The lesser of $25M or an amount that, when added to outstanding and undrawn available debt, does not exceed 6.0x adjusted 2019 EBITDA

The lesser of $200M, 35% of existing outstanding and undrawn available debt, or an amount that, when added to outstanding and undrawn available debt, does not exceed 6.0x adjusted 2019 EBITDA

Risk Retention

5%

15%

5%

Payment (year one deferred for all)

Years 2-4: 33.33% each year

Years 2-4: 15%, 15%, 70%

Years 2-4: 15%, 15%, 70%

Rate

LIBOR + 3%

LIBOR + 3%

LIBOR + 3%

 

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Other Federal Assistance for All Sized Businesses

IRS Tax Relief The IRS has established a special section focused on steps to help taxpayers, businesses and others affected by the coronavirus. The most up-to-date information is on the IRS website.

 

  • IR-2020-62, Employee Retention Credit
  • IR-2020-59, People First Initiative; adjusts, suspends key compliance program
  • IR-2020-58, Tax Day now July 15 regardless of amount
  • IR-2020-57, Treasury, IRS and Labor announce plan to implement Coronavirus-related paid leave for workers and tax credits for small and midsize businesses to swiftly recover the cost of providing Coronavirus-related leave.

 

There are several provisions that may benefit businesses of all sizes. Please go here for more detailed information.
Employee Leave The U.S. Department of Labor has published guidance on employers' obligations under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) during pandemics. The California Labor Commissioner's Office has also answered COVID-19 specific questions for employers related to employee leave and sick pay.

 

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Nonprofit Organizations Available to Assist

Northern California Small Business Development Centers (Norcal SBDC) Northern California Small Business Development Centers (Norcal SBDC) is a nonprofit network made up of 18 centers that are dedicated to helping small businesses with every aspect of business creation, growth, management, and operation. Find your local SBDC today to start receiving one-on-one advising and low cost training.

 

NorCal SBDC Webinars

The Lead Center for the NorCal Small Business Development Center hosts webinars four times per week to share the latest updates on the SBA funding and all the financing programs related to COVID-19. The webinars have Q&A sessions where business owners have the opportunity to directly ask experts the questions you have on various financial relief programs. Check out their schedules below:

English: Mon, Wed, & Fri 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Zoom link: https://norcalsbdc.zoom.us/j/835182602?

 

For additional information or if you have any questions, NorCal SBDC can be reached at (833) 275-7232 or via email at loans@asksbdc.com.
Small Business Majority Small Business Majority is a national small business advocacy organization, founded and run by small business owners to ensure America's entrepreneurs are a key part of a thriving and inclusive economy.

 

https://smallbusinessmajority.org/covid-19-daily-updates-for-small-businesses
Venturize Venturize is a free online resource hub of tools and resources for small businesses. Managed by nonprofit organization Small Business Majority, Venturize offers unbiased education and resources about small business loans, retirement and healthcare to empower entrepreneurs to make the best financial decisions for their business. They also help small businesses get connected to trusted local providers that can help their enterprises grow.

 

https://venturize.org/
National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) NAWBO, the unified voice of over 10 million women-owned businesses in the United States, offers COVID-19 support to its members.

 

https://www.nawbo.org/nawbo-institute
United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) The USHCC actively promotes the economic growth, development and interests of more than 4.37 million Hispanic-owned businesses that, combined, contribute over $700 billion to the American economy every year.

 

https://ushcc.com/ushcc-creates-technical-assistance-guide-for-small-businesses-impacted-by-covid-19/
US Black Chambers of Commerce (USBC) The USBC provides committed, visionary leadership and advocacy in the realization of economic empowerment. Through the creation of resources and initiatives, USBC supports African American Chambers of Commerce and business organizations in their work of developing and growing Black enterprises.

 

https://usblackchambers.org/cares-act/
National Association for the Self- Employed (NASE) Since its beginning in 1981, the National Association for the Self- Employed has pioneered support and help for small business, micro-businesses and the self-employed, while helping to define this important part of the American economy.

 

https://www.nase.org/home.aspx
Kiva Kiva is an international nonprofit, founded in 2005 in San Francisco, with a mission to expand financial access to help underserved communities thrive.

 

https://www.kiva.org/
San Francisco Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center offers workshops to help small businesses survive and thrive during the pandemic. Sign up and participate! Renaissance is also offering a guide to business resources. https://www.rencenter.org/small-business-resources-covid-19/

 

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Private Relief Funds

Severl entities have established relief funds to assist small businesses. Below is a sample.

 

Citi There are efforts made by citi to assist small businesses. Retail Bank Small Business Customers are eligible for fee waivers on monthly service fees and remote deposit capture; waived penalties for early CD withdrawal; bankers available after hours and on weekends for support. Available through May 31, 2020.
GoFundMe As part of the Small Business Relief Initiative, GoFundMe, Intuit QuickBooks, and Yelp have each donated $500,000 to the Small Business Relief Fund. GoFundMe.org, the charitable and advocacy arm of GoFundMe, started the Small Business Relief Fund to benefit small businesses. The Small Business Relief Fund will issue $500 matching grants to qualifying businesses that raise at least $500 on GoFundMe.
Hello Alice $10,000 grants being distributed immediately to small business owners impacted by the coronavirus, as part of our broader mission to ensure Business for All. In addition to funding, grant recipients will receive ongoing support from the Hello Alice community.
JPMorgan Chase Longtime San Francisco nonprofit community organizations Working Solutions, ICA Fund Good Jobs, and Pacific Community Ventures are partnering with JPMorgan Chase to launch the Entrepreneurs of Color Fund in San Francisco. This initiative aims to make capital and business consulting more accessible to people of color who are starting or growing businesses in San Francisco.
Restaurant Workers' Community Foundation The RWCF COVID-19 Relief Fund will provide funds to businesses and their employees. The employee fund will provide one-time grants of $500 on a first-come-first-served basis to restaurant owners and employees in need. Southern Smoke Foundation will distribute our direct assistance funds. Southern Smoke is a nonprofit 501c3 crisis relief foundation based out of Houston that exists to do just that. The Southern Smoke is a nonprofit 501c3 charitable foundation. The Emergency Relief Program provides emergency funding to those employed by or own restaurants or bars or are employed by a restaurant or bar supplier that are faced unforeseen expenses that cannot or will not be covered by insurance. We stand with those in our community and are committed to "taking care of our own".

 

Spanx by Sara Blakely Foundation

 

Red Backpack Fund
Spanx and The Spanx by Sara Blakely Foundation elevate and support women through entrepreneurship. The Spanx by Sara Blakely Foundation donated $5 million to support female entrepreneurs in the wake of COVID-19 and teamed up with GlobalGiving to establish The Red Backpack Fund. GlobalGiving will be overseeing the fund, making at least 1,000 grants of $5,000 each to female entrepreneurs in the U.S. to help alleviate the immediate needs and support the long-term recovery of those impacted by this crisis. Get notified when applications are being accepted! In addition to the financial gift, each woman will also receive a "lucky" red backpack. Sara started Spanx with her "lucky" red backpack from college. It was with her every step of the way. The lucky red backpack is a symbol of starting small while dreaming big. It's become the official icon of The Spanx by Sara Blakely Foundation. It's a wonderful reminder that everything you need to succeed is already on your back.
Wefunder The company's Coronavirus Crisis Loans program enabling small businesses to crowdfund loans of $20,000 to $1 million from supporters.

 

Zapier The $1 million assistance program is meant for their most impacted small-business customers. Zapier's support team will set up qualified customers with a free month credit for a Starter plan.

 

 

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