Immediate relief to businesses is available through current SBA loan programs.
While banks are awaiting the passing of the federal supplemental funding bill that will expand SBA relief programs, waiting for the final bill to be passed into law is not prudent. Starting the process with a bank now can give you an idea of what programs are immediately available and help you find out what you will need to do when the federal supplemental funding bill becomes law.
We will be posting information regarding federal programs, state programs, and links to banks that are willing to work with small businesses to obtain these SBA benefits. If you do not see information relevant to you now, please bookmark this page and reference it again in the future. This will not a be an authoritative repository as to all resources available, no resource can be that exhaustive, but it may be a useful resource for your business to identify and access needed relief.
Banks and Associated Contact Information
- Contact your your bank, most have access to SBA loan programs.
- Check back for links to banks we explicitly know are capable of writing SBA loans.
Absent Federal Supplemental Funding, as of 3/25/2020
- Small Business Association: https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/Information/TypesOfLoans
With CARES Act, Federal Supplemental Funding, as of 3/27/2020
- Loan Application: Contact your bank for a formal application; likely not fully available until 4/3/2020.
State Programs, as of 3/25/2020
- Florida: https://floridadisaster.biz/