In this installment of our Outlast the Outbreak blog series, we’d like to share some of the funding and resources available to brick-and-mortar businesses during these uncertain times.

All businesses that rely on walk-ins are feeling the pinch right now, but fortunately there are resources available from local, state, and federal government, as well as several nonprofits and corporations. Some of these resources are accessible to business owners and workers across the board, and some are industry-specific resources—for example, funds for food and beverage workers or film industry professionals.

We’ll continuously update this post as we learn about additional resources available to small business owners and employees.

Federal resources

State and local government resources








New Mexico:

New York:


Rhode Island:


  • Salt Lake City has created the SLC Emergency Loan Program to provide no-interest loans of up to $20,000 for eligible small businesses.



  • The state has created the Small Business 20/20 program to support small businesses and micro-enterprises during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Companies and nonprofits providing resources

Industry-specific resources

In addition to the resources enumerated above, you can set up a personal GoFundMe page to raise money to support yourself and your employees during the outbreak.

While these are indeed trying times, there’s an ever-growing number of resources available to help soften the economic blow dealt by COVID-19. Be sure to check this page often, as we’ll be updating it as we learn about additional sources of aid. And as always, our support team is standing by to assist you in any way they can.

Support site:


Support line: (800) 807-9434


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