Rural Relief for Small Businesses

Attention rural small business owners, another grant opportunity is here.  If your business is struggling with basic needs such as utilities, mortgages, rent, or other expenses, the LISC rural relief small business grants are available to help.

Application Rounds:

  • December 29th, 2020 – January 5th, 2021
  • January 26th – February 2nd, 2021


Grant amounts: $5,000 to $20,000

Grant uses:  

  • Payables to include rent/utilities
  • Meeting payroll
  • Paying outstand debt to vendors 
  • Other immediate operational costs


For more information and to sign up:
DPGazette.com/ruralrelief

To keep up to date on future grant opportunities, subscribe here:
DPGazette.com/LISCsub

Non-profit organizations and prior awardees from earlier LISC Covid Relief Grant pools are not eligible for this round of relief payments. Check LISC’s Covid-19 Resource Page: DPGazette.com/LISCcovid for the latest resources available to nonprofit organizations and individuals.

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