Services & Resources
LISC Rapid Relief and Resiliency Fund
LISC is responding to COVID-19 with assistance to small businesses, community-based partners and access to technology.
Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development
Information on federal and state resources for businesses in Connecticut.
Massachusetts COVID-19 Resources and Guidance for Businesses
Information on state-provided disaster loans, paycheck protection, MEMA operations, and tax relief.
Rhode Island Commerce Corporation
Guidelines, support and information on disaster relief for businesses and employees across Rhode Island.
State of Connecticut Business Resources
The State of Connecticut site provides information on Small Business Administration (SBA) assistance, tax filing extensions, unemployment assistance, and business interruption insurance.
Maine Department of Economic & Community Development
Maine's Department of Economic & Community Development's website contains descriptors and links to provide economic support loans to Maine small businesses in order to help them overcome any temporary loss of revenue due to COVID-19.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Resources & Guidance for Businesses
Massachusetts has developed a website in response to COVID-19 that contains resources and guidance for businesses including a newly established small business recovery fund available for businesses with less than 50 employees.
Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation
Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation supports companies and non-profits, ensuring inclusive access to opportunities and drive economic growth.
New Hampshire Department of Business and Economic Affairs Resources
A resource site from New Hampshire Department of Business and Economic Affairs with links to SBA, unemployment information, and public health support.
Greater Lowell Community Foundation - COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund
Offering grants to small businesses and residents.
Foundation for MetroWest – MetroWest Emergency Fund
Offering grants for small businesses and community residents.
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