Coronavirus (COVID-19)

New COVID-19 relief programs arise and are modified frequently. To stay informed about new program guidelines and eligibility criteria, join our email list and receive up-to-date information as it's available

Health and government officials are working together to maintain the safety, security, and health of the American people. Small businesses are encouraged to do their part to keep their employees, customers, and themselves healthy.
Below you can access information about public and private sector resources in regards to coronavirus (COVID-19).
  • Federal (SBA) - Check the Federal hyperlink for information on the Economic Injury Disaster Loan, Paycheck Protection Program and 7(a), 504 & Microloan Debt Relief and Shuttered Venue Operators Grant programs.

  • New York State - Check the NYS hyperlink for information on the NY Forward Loan Fund, as well as NY Forward reopening guidelines and the Small Business Lease Assistance program.

  • New York City -  Check the NYC hyperlink for information on active NYC-sponsored grant and 0% interest small business loan programs as well as other COVID-19 related guidelines, legislation and resources. 

  • Private Support - Check the private sector support hyperlink for a current list of available small business grants, 0% interest & low interest loans, and marketing and legal support related to COVID-19 recovery. ​

  • Reopening/Recovery (NYSBDC) - Check out the suggestions compiled by the NY Small Business Development Center network to help your business navigate the path for reopening and recovery.


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