Pay attention if you run a small business in downtown Lansing. Thanks to Downtown Lansing, Inc., you have an opportunity to obtain grant funding.
According to the management organisation, grants totaling more than $1 million are now available for small enterprises that were impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. Its small company support grant programme, which strives to strengthen regional enterprises, includes this.
According to Executive Director Cathleen Edgerly, “Downtown Lansing, Inc. is the downtown management agency responsible for promoting the culture and sustainability of our downtown district, lifting up our local businesses, particularly our small businesses, and supporting the needs of our residents as well.”
Grants can be given up to $50,000 and are reimbursement-based.
You must tick off a few boxes in order to be qualified. Among them include having 50 employees or fewer, being in business for at least a year, and being situated in District A of the Principal Shopping District Downtown.
“Payroll, a mortgage, rent, payments, utilities, inventories, and other similar costs are some of the qualified ones. We’re eager to help as many of the local small businesses in our downtown neighbourhood as we can “said Edgerly.
These grants are still eligible for funding up until it runs out. They have a lot of applications coming in already.
- Grants to assist small businesses are announced in downtown Lansing
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