Your Go-To Resource for Small Business Recovery Assistance in Washington

Small businesses are the backbone of Washington’s economy and many have been devastated during the pandemic. Many have closed, others are barely hanging on. Small businesses owned by people of color have been particularly impacted. In response, Congress has passed several aid packages and the State of Washington has provided relief, along with many local communities. But resources can be difficult to find, and the applications can be challenging to navigate.
 
On this website you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions, information on how to find individual technical assistance, how to find a lender, training opportunities and where to find more detailed program information.
Our goal is to help as many Washington small businesses and non-profits as possible access the help they need. 

Tel: 123.456.7890

FIND FUNDING

There are many options available to help Washington state employers impacted by COVID-19. 

GET HELP

There are many organizations standing by to support you at no cost. Find your resource.

FIND A LENDER

There are many financial institutions accepting new clients. Find one near you.

The Small Business Administration (SBA) developed the following summary of Coronavirus relief options and the criteria that must be met when considering different funding options:

Which program are you eligible for?

 

Events & Training

Interested in learning more? There are many helpful webinars and virtual events planned to help you along the way. Check the calendar often for updates.

Please email SmallBizHelpWA@gmail.com if you have an event you want added to the calendar.

Questions?

SmallBizHelpWA.com is an information and resource hub powered by the National Development Council and Washington Economic Development Association with support from the Washington Small Business Recovery Working Group.
 
Information provided is subject to change at any time with new resources, legislation and/or additional rules from the U.S. Treasury and/or the SBA. Consult your CPA, Attorney or similar professional for tax and legal advice regarding how these programs may impact your specific business. SmallBizHelpWA.com is not the final authority on this material.

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