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The Loveland Chamber of Commerce is committed to business resiliency and continuously supporting our Chamber Members, the community, and economic wellbeing of our city through these unprecedented times.
We have created a response page with resourceful information to be sure our business community has the support necessary to continue in successes.
NoCo Recovers is a one stop shop for recovery information in Northern Colorado. The intent is to provide a single resource of up-to-date information on potential funding resources available to support the business community in Northern Colorado.
The mission of the LBDC is to provide Loveland citizens and existing businesses with free one on one consulting services, sophisticated training seminars and street smart advisors in order to create a stronger more vibrant economy.
The LBDC is providing FREE disaster relief consulting for Loveland Business. Additionally, the LBDC is continuously providing workshops and learning resources including: marketing contingency plans, cash flow assistance, and revenue generating ideas.
The Larimer County website provides insight on best practices for business, re-opening guidance, mental health resources, testing areas, and other pertinent information.
The Larimer County COVID 19 Data Dashboard is updated everyday to share the risk calculated score for our county. The data shows the number of cases, deaths, outbreaks, hospitalizations, risk score, and much more accurate data.
An estimated 100 Loveland businesses could benefit from a $550,000 rent relief fund established by the City of Loveland Economic Development Department to provide pandemic-related rent and mortgage aid.
The City’s local economic recovery efforts, developed through careful consultation with local businesses to cope with COVID-19 economic impact, now include the Loveland Business Rent and Mortgage Relief Program (LBRMP).
The Energize Colorado Gap Fund will provide more than $25M in small business loans and grants to boost small business enterprises that are the economic engines throughout the state. Sole proprietors, businesses and nonprofits with less than 25 full-time employees can apply for up to a $15,000 grant and a $20,000 loan for a possible combined total of $35,000 in financial assistance.
Round II begins October 5th. Sole proprietors, businesses and nonprofits with less than 25 full-time employees can apply for up to a $15,000 grant and a $20,000 loan for a possible combined total of $35,000 in financial assistance. Round two will close October 19, 2020.
CEF is offering COVID Relief Loans with a maximum loan amount of $50,000 to businesses located in Larimer County that were existing and generating revenue pre COVID.
The program is designed to aid businesses that demonstrate financial stress or disrupted operations due to the public health crisis and who are trying to reopen, stay open and/or modify their business operations or facilities to serve customers in a safe way. Awards are provided as reimbursements.
Upstate Colorado Economic Development is a public/private non-profit economic development corporation that provides services to all of Weld County. Our work focuses on supporting primary industry and employment diversity.
Our goal is to help these employers bring new equity into the local economy. Upstate Colorado provides service to existing and expanding primary employers, and to those who are considering a Weld County location for their business.
Our plan is to continue to focus on helping create and retain jobs, which in turn will bring wealth to all levels of Weld County.
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. 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. Funds will be made available within three days of a successful application, and this loan advance will not have to be repaid.
Funded by corporate and philanthropic partners, the Save Small Business Fund is a collective effort to provide $5,000 grants to as many small employers as possible. The Save Small Business Fund is a way for larger businesses and philanthropies to help the small business community suffering from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are continuing to award grants to our existing list of applicants as new funds become available, but due to overwhelming demand, the Chamber Foundation is no longer accepting new applications from the general public. We wish we could help everyone in this challenging time. You can find more non-financial resources here.
FEMA supports state, local, tribal and territorial recovery outcomes by coordinating across the federal government to resolve operation and policy challenges. For the COVID-19 pandemic recovery, FEMA has been developing resources that partners can use to explore and navigate supplemental appropriations that have been made available. Specifically, FEMA has created two tools – the COVID-19 Resource Summary Report and COVID-19 Resource Roadmaps.
The “COVID-19 Resource Summary Report” compiles available resources provided by federal departments and agencies. The report captures federal funding sources that can be applied to specific areas for COVID-19 recovery (e.g., education) and helps partners understand where there is potential duplication of benefits within areas of interest, including potential overlap with FEMA Public Assistance.
The second tool, “COVID-19 Resource Roadmaps,” provides a deep-dive into specific topic areas and challenges associated with COVID-19 recovery. Roadmaps offers potential solutions and federal resources that could support recovery activities. To date, FEMA has published two roadmaps: “COVID-19 Education Resource Roadmap,” and “COVID-19 Food and Nutrition.” FEMA will provide additional roadmaps for Healthcare, Housing and Economic Development by the end of September. Roadmaps use information that is either publicly available or publicly obtained, and should be used for informational purposes only.