Mid-River Bulletin Board
A timely event and information service for and by the communities in and around the Mid-Connecticut River Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire

Micro Business Recovery Assistance for the COVID-19 Epidemic

Tuesday, March 1, 2022
PSA
Vermont
Vermont
Vermont

 

Southeastern Vermont Community Action’s (SEVCA) Micro Business Development Program (MBDP) is accepting applications online for the third round of grants for businesses open before 12/31/20 that have not previously received the grant. 

Five thousand dollar grants are available for Vermont-based businesses effected by COVID-19 with five employees or fewer, including sole proprietors, and from low to moderate income households.

Businesses that opened after 1/1/21 or that are planned to launch by 11/1/22 may apply beginning on 1/18/22 and must have met for a minimum of one hour with a MBDP Counselor.

Businesses open before 12/31/21 that have received an E.M.B.R.A.C.E. grant before may apply beginning on 3/1/22.  

For full rules, eligibility criteria, and to apply, visit mbdp.org

Please contact Glen Ohlund, Economic Development Director: gohlund@sevca.org, with questions or for assistance applying. 

Additional information on SEVCA and the no-cost services and programs they provide to Windham and Windsor County residents is available on their website, sevca.org



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Mid-River Bulletin Board
A timely event and information service for and by the communities in and around the Mid-Connecticut River Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire

Micro Business Recovery Assistance for the COVID-19 Epidemic

Tuesday, March 1, 2022
PSA
Vermont
Vermont
Vermont

 

Southeastern Vermont Community Action’s (SEVCA) Micro Business Development Program (MBDP) is accepting applications online for the third round of grants for businesses open before 12/31/20 that have not previously received the grant. 

Five thousand dollar grants are available for Vermont-based businesses effected by COVID-19 with five employees or fewer, including sole proprietors, and from low to moderate income households.

Businesses that opened after 1/1/21 or that are planned to launch by 11/1/22 may apply beginning on 1/18/22 and must have met for a minimum of one hour with a MBDP Counselor.

Businesses open before 12/31/21 that have received an E.M.B.R.A.C.E. grant before may apply beginning on 3/1/22.  

For full rules, eligibility criteria, and to apply, visit mbdp.org

Please contact Glen Ohlund, Economic Development Director: gohlund@sevca.org, with questions or for assistance applying. 

Additional information on SEVCA and the no-cost services and programs they provide to Windham and Windsor County residents is available on their website, sevca.org



The Mid-River Bulletin Board is facilitated by WOOL-FM.
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Mid-River Bulletin Board
A timely event and information service for and by the communities in and around the Mid-Connecticut River Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire

Micro Business Recovery Assistance for the COVID-19 Epidemic

Tuesday, March 1, 2022
PSA
Vermont
Vermont
Vermont

 

Southeastern Vermont Community Action’s (SEVCA) Micro Business Development Program (MBDP) is accepting applications online for the third round of grants for businesses open before 12/31/20 that have not previously received the grant. 

Five thousand dollar grants are available for Vermont-based businesses effected by COVID-19 with five employees or fewer, including sole proprietors, and from low to moderate income households.

Businesses that opened after 1/1/21 or that are planned to launch by 11/1/22 may apply beginning on 1/18/22 and must have met for a minimum of one hour with a MBDP Counselor.

Businesses open before 12/31/21 that have received an E.M.B.R.A.C.E. grant before may apply beginning on 3/1/22.  

For full rules, eligibility criteria, and to apply, visit mbdp.org

Please contact Glen Ohlund, Economic Development Director: gohlund@sevca.org, with questions or for assistance applying. 

Additional information on SEVCA and the no-cost services and programs they provide to Windham and Windsor County residents is available on their website, sevca.org



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