Connecting Coweta Member Resource Site is LIVE
In an effort to best serve our members via valuable, timely, and relevant resources during the COVID19 crisis, we have launched the first version of a comprehensive site that we hope will prove beneficial in consolidating health and wellness resources, business services, restaurant and food-service offerings, local provisions (coming, soon), local, state, and federal policy, operational, and legislative updates, and more.
ACCESS INFO, RESOURCES, AND UPDATES AT www.ConnectingCoweta.com
As this is an unprecedented situation, information is fluid and changing. As such, we ask that you help us help you in recommending additional resources for inclusion or sharing your ideas as to the information that you'd most like to see posted. Please reach out to info@newnancowetachamber.org
Again, we will keep you updated as we explore additional services during these challenging times. Connecting you to the resources and solutions you need most is our top priority.
Special Update for Small Business Owners!
Governor Brian Kemp announced that Georgia has received an official statewide disaster declaration from the U.S. Small Business Administration. This declaration will provide assistance in the form of SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans to impacted small businesses in all 159 counties in Georgia.

"This is great news for Georgia small business owners," said Governor Kemp. "As we continue to navigate the impact of COVID-19 on our economy, small business owners can apply for much-needed funding to continue operation and pay their employees. My thanks to the Trump Administration for their swift action to protect small business owners throughout the country."

At this time, affected small businesses can visit the SBA online to initiate the process. We are actively working with the Small Business Development Center to learn more about how we can assist in the process and streamline the effort.
Additional Resources
COVID-19 Prevention
To help protect our overall community, we want to remind our members that there are steps we all can take to prevent further spread of the virus. In addition to frequent hand washing, you can help by limiting person-to-person interaction with telecommunication efforts. For more information and resources, follow updates as provided by the Centers for Disease Control.
Thank you for your patience and support. Please feel at liberty to reach out with questions and keep an eye on your inbox for additional updates, information, and opportunities.
Chamber Mission: To Champion Continued Economic Prosperity for Our Members