Although we've shared a few of these financial resources in an email last week, and they've been included on our COVID-19 News & Resources web page, we wanted to bring them to your attention again as some updates to these financial resources have been implemented.

Additionally, we encourage you to take CONNECT TUCSON'S COVID-19 Business & Human Impact Survey HERE so we can have a better understanding of the current status of your business.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) provides low-interest disaster loans to help businesses and homeowners recover from declared disasters. CLICK HERE for the 3-step process sheet on SBA Disaster Loans.
Community Investment Corporation (CIC) is working hard to bring relief to those who need it most during this time including offering a special Disaster Relief Microloan for small businesses in Southern Arizona.  CLICK HERE to learn more about CIC disaster relief microloan pre-qualifications.
WaFd Bank is fast-tracking small business lines “Life Lines” for up to $30k. The first 90 days are at 0% interest. They are also offering the same program for up to $200k, but approval will take a little longer than the emergency $30k “Life Lines.” Businesses can apply online HERE.
Growth Partners Arizona expands access to loans for small businesses and nonprofits with more flexible rates and terms available for qualified borrowers.  FIND OUT MORE.
CLICK ON THE ANSWER THAT MATCHES YOUR CURRENT COMPANY STATUS:
A. Non-essential: shut down and not working
B. Non-essential: working from home
C. Essential: up and running, business as usual
D. Essential: up and running, working from home
E. None of the above apply to my business
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