Financial Resources

COVID-19 recursos empresariales de Arizona

Financial Resources

Below are a variety of federal, state, county and city financial programs for small businesses.


Federal Programs

Paycheck Protection Program

This program provides immediate cash assistance during the COVID-19 crisis. Designed to keep employees on the payroll, the loan will be fully forgiven if the funds are used for maintaining or rehiring workers, rent, mortgage interest or utilities.

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Economic Injury Disaster Loan

The Economic Injury Disaster Loan helps small businesses impacted by COVID-19 with no minimum loan requirement. Additionally, all small businesses are eligible to apply for an advance of up to $10,000.

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SBA Lender Match

Lenders found through the SBA Lender Match can assist with 7(a), 504 and microloan programs.

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SHUTTERED VENUE OPERATOR GRANT PROGRAM

Venue operators and entertainment industry businesses may now receive financial assistance through the Small Business Administration.

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Restaurant Revitalization Fund

Restaurants, bars and other providers of food and drink may be eligible for grants from the SBA to cover pandemic-related revenue loss.

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Community Navigator

Organizations that support efforts to improve access to COVID-19 pandemic assistance programs and resources may be eligible for a grant through the SBA.

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SBA Debt Relief Assistance

The SBA is providing debt relief for current 7(a), 504 and Microloan borrowers.

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SBA Express Bridge Loans

The Express Bridge Loan Pilot Program is for small businesses who already have a relationship with an SBA Express Lender to access up to $25,000.

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Statewide Programs

Arizona Public Service Customer Support Fund

Arizona Public Service (APS) has set up a Customer Support Fund to assist customers who need help paying their APS bills.

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Growth Partners Arizona Small Business Sucesss Loan

Small Business Success Loans are for small businesses needing to borrow larger loan amounts for business growth and expansion and consolidation of more expensive debt.

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Kiva Tucson Crowdfunding Loans

The Kiva Tucson loan is a no-interest loan, no-fee, community-backed business loan ranging from $1,000 to $15,000.

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Chicanos Por La Causa PRÉSTAMOS

The Chicanos por la causa Prestamos division is offering a microloan of up to $25,000 for payroll, rent and monthly liabilities.

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SizeUp Arizona

Arizona Public Service launched a small business tool to provide market research and data analytics to understand the competition.

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EMERGEAZ FAST GRANT

In partnership with the Arizona Governor’s Office, invisionAZ and StartupAZ are offering financial support to the state’s startups through the EMERGEAZ Fast Grant

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Uber Eats Restaurant Grant Program

Through the Uber Eat Local Support Effort, Uber is providing grants to restaurant partners for economic support through the pandemic. LISC is administering the grants.

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Arizona Economic Recovery Center

Local First Arizona, in partnership with the Governor’s Office and the Arizona Commerce Authority launched the Arizona Economic Recovery Center to help local businesses and rural communities apply for and win competitive federal economic recovery grants.

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County Programs

GRAHAM & GREENLEE COUNTY MICRO-LOAN

Offered through Local First Arizona, Freeport McMoRan and the Graham & Greenlee County Leadership Cohort, local businesses can apply for loans to help them stay competitive.

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PPEP MICROBUSINESS & HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (PMHDC)

PMHDC offers a range of microloans to small businesses in southern Arizona that reside in Yuma, Cochise, Santa Cruz, Pima, Pinal, Maricopa, Gila and Graham Counties.

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CORE Grants

The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona is offering grants to nonprofit organizations in Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz and Yuma counties.

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Pinal County Business Sustainability Program

The Business Sustainability Program is a one-time reimbursement of up to $15,000 to qualifying businesses for rent, mortgage and/or utilities expenses for a three-month period.

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City Programs

Choose Chandler Grant Program

The Choose Chandler reimbursement grant program assists small businesses with costs incurred from purchasing personal protective equipment (PPE).

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#GilbertTogether Business Relief Grant

The Town of Gilbert is providing grants up to $35,000 to support Gilbert small businesses.

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MesaCares Small Business Reemergence Program
Receive business support for website development, marketing, revenue and IT services with the MesaCares program.

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OVSafeSteps Business Assistance Program
The Town of Oro Valley and the Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce launched OVSafeSteps to support local businesses with financial resources for PPE, marketing and business coaching.

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Revolving Loan Program
The Verde Valley Regional Economic Organization is providing microloans to businesses looking to expand or relocate to the Verde Valley in Central Arizona.

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LHC Resource Alliance CARES Grant

The LHC Resource Alliance is providing grants for local businesses in Lake Havasu City to sustain operations.

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Glendale Pandemic Response Small Business Assistance Program

The City of Glendale, Chicanos Por La Causa and Prestamos CDFI are providing grants up to $25,000 for microenterprise businesses.

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Tax Relief

Federal Tax Extension

The U.S. Treasury Department has announced that the federal tax-filing deadline has been extended from April 15 to May 17, 2021.

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