Month: March 2020
Bookkeeping Webinar – Quickbooks & Wave
Partner Start Small Think Big held a webinar to walk through how to use bookkeeping software options like Wave (free) and Quickbooks Online (subscription), and highlights the differences between the systems. Find out more about theire free services at: Start Small Think Big
Free Small Business Technical Assistance
Start Small Think Big is a nonprofit that provides free legal, marketing, and financial services to under-resourced entrepreneurs and can help you with the NYC funding applications. Visit their COVID-19 resource page for more information.
Small business owners in New York are currently eligible to apply for a low-interest loan due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) through the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).
Continue reading US Small Business Administration (SBA) Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program
The New York City Economic Development Corporation is seeking businesses with the ability to source and/or make products to support the City’s COVID-19 response work. Support can include: sourcing or production of medical supplies/equipment, production or distribution of food, sharing connections to people willing and able to work on response efforts, etc. Find out more information and complete the info form at this link.
The NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact Fund was created to aid nonprofit service providers struggling with the health and economic effects of the coronavirus. Continue reading NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact Fund
The nonprofit, Rethink Food announced a restaurant response program wherein it will provide a $40,000 grant for 30 New York City-based restaurants at risk of closing operations due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Restaurant Workers’ Community Foundation announces the formation of Restaurant Workers’ COVID19 Crisis Relief Fund. To donate to the Fund visit their website. The Foundation has also developed a resources page for information related to COVID-19, as well as a crisis relief fund. Please visit the Restaurant Workers’ Community Foundation Resources Page for more information.
The Mayor’s Office of Food Policy is exploring the capacity of NYC businesses to make, provide, and deliver meals within New York City and provide other foods/groceries. The initial ask is for 25,000 meals on a consistent basis. Please indicate if you can offer Kosher, Halal, or other cultural or ethnic options.
If you are interested, fill out this form: https://forms.gle/JTqr6qvK1ogCdRea9
A mutual aid resource where people can sign up to volunteer their services and/or if they are in need and need assistance. Other resources are also included in this doc.
All in-person appointments with the HRA have been cancelled. NO NEGATIVE CASE ACTIONS WILL BE TAKEN. You can do everything listed at this link without coming to an HRA Center. Go online to nyc.gov/accesshra, or download the ACCESS HRA mobile app, and log in or create an account.