Loans and Guidelines for emergency economic response and recovery - CARES, Chamber of Commerce, SBA, SVCN, Local Government Assistance
- CHILDREN - Childcare Information for Providers - Santa Clara County Office of Education
- As part of its response to the COVID-19 emergency, the SCCOE is responsible for gathering information on childcare availability and vacancies in the county. The SCCOE is also managing the state funds provided to reimburse programs for the additional cleaning supplies and personal protective equipment required to operate safely. SCCOE is waiting for the fund allocation from CDE and is in the process of developing a reimbursement, and purchasing & distribution process? for these supplies.? Please use our Child Care Vacancy and Supplies Form? to communicate your vacancy data and supply needs
- CHILDREN - SVCF COVID-19 Childcare Project
- Hosted by Silicon Valley Community Foundation's Center for Early Learning (CEL). The primary goals of the COVID-19 Childcare Project are: ***Provide economic relief to private childcare providers, who represent a sector of low-income workers ***Protect the role of private childcare providers as a valuable resource for underserved families ***Maintain and preserve the supply of childcare in our region. San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties Key Words: Grant
- EMPLOYER - CA COVID-19 Employer Playbook For a Safe Reopening
- 7/24/20 Guidance and links are provided to give employers the tools needed to open safely and mitigate risks associated with COVID-19.
- EMPLOYMENT - CA State List of Essential Workers - Updated
- 6/29/20 The California State Public Health Officer has designated the following list of “Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers” to help state, local, tribal, and industry partners as they work to protect communities, while ensuring continuity of functions critical to public health and safety, as well as economic and national security.
- EMPLOYMENT - New CA Law - Apply for A Business or Professional License Without a Social Security Number
- There are new laws in California that make it easier to start a business and pursue a professional career! Under AB 2184, the Immigrant Business Inclusion Act, you can apply for a local business license without a Social Security Number as of January 1, 2019. Key Words: Self Employment, Entrepreneur,
- EMPLOYMENT - Unemployment Insurance Provisions in the CARES Act
- This fact sheet from the National Employment Law Project details the new programs created by the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act and what they do. Key Words: COVID-19
- FINANCE - AnewAmerica Women’s Business Center – San Jose
During this extraordinary time, AnewAmerica is committed to working with our team, clients, small businesses, partners and supporters to work through the current situation and help our entrepreneurs and small business owners to mitigate the impacts of the COVID 19 virus (Coronavirus). We will be using remote tools during this time to work with clients.
AnewAmerica changes lives through creating economic opportunities for targeted communities. Many women, minorities and immigrants face economic insecurity with no means to accumulate wealth. AnewAmerica leverages entrepreneurship to train and coach individuals to start their own business to support economic growth for themselves and their communities. Offices in Oakland and San Jose, CA
- FINANCE - Business for All Emergency Grants for Small Businesses
- COVID-19 Business for All Grants The current COVID-19 crisis has been a game changer for To ensure Business for All, Hello Alice with the support of Verizon, Silicon Valley Bank, Ebay, and others is offering $10,000 emergency grants, being distributed immediately to small business owners impacted by this pandemic. If your business has been severely impacted by COVID-19, please complete the full COVID19 Business for All Grant application to apply for immediate support in the form of $10,000 grants
- FINANCE - CA Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee Program — COVID-19
- Small Businesses located in California with 1-750 employees that have been negatively impacted or experienced disruption by COVID-19 and Eligible Nonprofits that experience capital access barriers are eligible. . The loan guarantees provided for the Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee Program help to mitigate barriers to capital for those small businesses that do not qualify for federal disaster funds, including businesses in low-wealth and immigrant communities. Key Words: Coronavirus, Spanish
- FINANCE - CA Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee Program — COVID-19
- The Small Business Finance Center (SBFC) helps businesses create and retain jobs, and encourages investment in low- to moderate-income communities. The SBFC has several programs to support small business, including a Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee, a Jump Start Loan Program and more. Eligible Applicants include Small Businesses located in California with 1-750 employees that have been negatively impacted or experienced disruption by COVID-19 and Eligible Nonprofits.
- FINANCE - COVID-19 Business Resource Center
- Updated daily, with real-world funding, resources, and support for small business owners adapting to the impacts of coronavirus. We've compiled 50+ Financial Support Resources - financing opportunities to help your business when funds are particularly tight. Key Words: Alice,
- FINANCE - Can businesses rely on insurance to overcome COVID-19 losses?
- 4/1/20 United Policyholders is hard at work curating solid guidance to arm businesses for the coverage battles that lie ahead. Just as we arm the victims of natural disasters with tools and tips to pro-actively document and value their losses, understand insurance realities, enforce their legal rights and find qualified help, we will be helping businesses in a similar way. Businesses that carry any kind of insurance for their operations need to get complete and current copies of all policies that may be in force and review them carefully and be tracking and documenting their losses. A 2006 ISO exclusion for virus-related losses is in many policies and will be a substantial obstacle to insurance recovery in this situation. For businesses that have policies that don't contain that ISO exclusion, there is another hurdle to securing insurance coverage: Longstanding policy language that requires physical damage to trigger a covered business interruption loss.
- FINANCE - Opportunity Fund - Micro-loans for Small Business
- 3/25/20 Update - Micro-loans for Small Business Owners who are from low-income households or communities and: *a small business owner whose business has been impacted by the Coronavirus, and/or *Seeking microloans *People of color and/or recent immigrants *Women *LGBTQ *Veterans *In industries considered “undesirable” or risky, such as swap meet vendors, child care and elder care providers, food trucks and restaurants *Credit-challenged or credit invisible. Serving Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties Key Words: Disaster, pandemic, Finance, COVID-19
- FINANCE - SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) - Revised thru Flexibility Act
DEADLINE 8/15/20 It's now much easier to qualify for forgiveness and funds are still available. Deadline to use funds or rehire staff extended to 12/31/20. Relaxed rules to qualify for forgiveness.
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Loan Forgiveness Application Rev June 16, 2020
The Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) authorizes up to $349 billion in forgivable loans to small businesses to pay their employees during the COVID-19 crisis. Key Words: Small Business Adminisration
- FINANCE - Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources
- Health and government officials are working together to maintain the safety, security, and health of the American people. Programs include: Paycheck Protection Program Economic Injury Disaster Loans and Loan Advance SBA Debt Relief SBA Express Bridge Loans Guidance for Businesses and Employers SBA Products and Resources Government Contracting Local Assistance Key Words: Coronavirus, Finance, COVID-19 Multi-language: Spanish
- HEALTH - CDC Guidelines for Schools, Workplaces & Community Locations and FAQ
- 3/20 CDC Updated guidelines and resources for Homes, K-12 Schools, Childcare Settings, Colleges, Workplaces, Healthcare Settings, Faith Based Organizations, First Responders, Commercial Settings, and Large Mass Gatherings. Specific mitigation plans for Santa Clara County, CA, Seattle, WA, , New York (NY), MA and Florida (FL) Multi-language: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) in English FAQ, Spanish FAQ , and Chinese FAQ Key Words: Pandemic,,COVID-19
- HEALTH - Cal/OSHA Guidance on Requirements to Protect Workers from Coronavirus
- To protect workers and prevent exposure to the virus, employers must develop and maintain the required programs and plans for their facility or operation. Cal/OSHA recommends the interim guidance, educational materials and model programs and plans below be reviewed with an employer’s existing procedures to ensure that workers are protected. Key Words: pandemic, disaster Key Words: COVID-19, employment
- HEALTH - Protecting Asian American and Pacific Islander Working People In response to COVID-19 - Workplace Poster
- In light of the outbreak of COVID-19 (also known as coronavirus) cases emerging in the US, Asian American workers are speaking up on how xenophobia and racism interact with America’s inadequate healthcare system and outdated labor laws to endanger workers and hinder disease prevention. Over 2 million Asian American and Pacific Islanders work in healthcare, transportation and service industries--these workers are facing xenophobic and racial discrimination in the workplace in addition to increased exposure to communicable diseases. From APALA (Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance) Key Words: Employer Resource
- NEWS - South Bay nail salons struggle amid shutdown, despite new state order
- 6/14/20 Under the new CA State Guidance for 6/19/20 issued for nail salons, customers and nail techs must wear face coverings, maintain six feet between workstations, throw away one-time use items such as nail files and remove nail polish displays, among other rules. Although the governor announced reopening nail salons, Santa Clara County’s more than 800 nail shops will remain closed because of the county’s more restrictive health order. It’s unclear when SCC will lift its local restrictions on the nail and beauty industry, as new cases of COVID-19 are emerging, including at recently-opened construction sites. Public Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody warned reopening too quickly could lead to another surge of infections. Key Words: Coronavirus, employment, business
- RESOURCE - Beneficial Business Exchange
- Bringing together organizations in need with those that can help - In times of crisis, keeping organizations connected is more important than ever. When your organization has an urgent short-term need for goods or services, a nearby company might be poised to help — if only it knew about the need. That’s where the Beneficial Business Exchange comes in. With relationships in communities across the country, the American Heart Association is launching this platform to help facilitate critical connections needed to bridge the gaps. Key Words - Collaboration
- RESOURCE - Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce Silicon Valley
- The mission of the HCC Silicon Valley is to maximize Hispanic business and economic development by serving as an advocate and resource for its members, business owners, professionals, students and the community in general. Multi-language: Spanish Key Words: Networking, Business, Latino,
- RESOURCE - Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Northern CA
- The Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Northern California (JCCNC) was founded in 1950 to promote business, mutual understanding, and goodwill between Japan and the United States.
- RESOURCE - SCC COVID-19 Businesses and Workplaces Portal
- Up to date guidance for employers, workers and customers. COVID-19 Business Call Center: (408) 961-5500
- RESOURCE - San Jose Business Info
- The City of San Jose web page serves as a centralized resource and provide critical resource information to employers, employees and small businesses. Multi-Language: Spanish | Vietnamese
- RESOURCE - Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Hispanic Satellite
- Our mission is to provide services to Latino small business owners and entrepreneurs, helping them to grow and establish successful businesses. Northern California SBDC's offer free, individualized and confidential one-on-one advising for existing businesses and start-ups with the potential for job creation, revenue and profit growth, and new business development ideas which could stimulate economic development in Northern California and beyond. San Jose Office. Multi-Language: Spanish Key Words:
- RESOURCE - Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce - Silicon Valley
- Serving businesses' needs with the core focus in Vietnamese businesses and businesses serving Vietnamese community. Promoting and supporting member businesses for the advancement of economic growth throughout the Silicon Valley area.
- RESOURCE - iFundWomen
- IFundWomen is a startup funding platform for women of color, providing access to capital through crowdfunding and grants, expert business coaching on all the topics entrepreneurs need to know about, and a network of women business owners that sparks confidence, accelerates knowledge, and ignites action. Raise Capital Get Coaching Make Connections Fund Startups Give a Grant