Small Business Grant & Program Assistance (SBGPA)
In response to the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), the City of Manchester is pleased to launch its SBGPA grant program, designed to both provide relief to businesses that have experienced significant negative financial impacts associated with the COVID-19 public health emergency and to allow for investments enabling future pandemic-related resilience of business operations. Awards for small businesses will range from $2,500 to $10,000, as determined by need, in the form of a reimbursement-based grant. Please read and consider all information to determine your business's eligibility for this program and the requirements for program awardees.
Applicants who meet the program eligibility criteria may be awarded up to $10,000 to advance their small business recovery proposals. Please visit the City's American Rescue Plan page to access the Small Business Grant Program Guidelines and Application Form.
Small Business Grant & Program Assistance (SBGPA) 360 Business Success Program
The 360 Business Success Program has been adopted as the City of Manchester's small business pandemic assistance grant opportunity via the Small Business Grant & Program Assistance (SBGPA), funded through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).
The 360 Business Success Program, designed by Deo Mwano Consultancy, will provide technical assistance consulting services to small businesses that have experienced significant operational impacts associated with the COVID-19 public health emergency. As such, this program will exclusively focus on capacity-building activities, including improvements to financial practices and documentation, legal assistance, and/or marketing and branding projects.
Awards for small businesses will be granted in amounts up to $10,000, depending on the submitted quote of services issued by Deo Mwano Consultancy and/or its subcontracted partners.
Please APPLY HERE to access the Small Business Grant & Program Assistance (SBGPA) 360 Business Success Program Guidelines and Application Form.
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