The on the web software system for both of those grants will open Monday, Oct. 19, and run by Sunday, Nov. 1.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster announced two condition CARES Act grant programs, the Minority and Compact Company Aid Grant Program and the Nonprofit Aid Grant Program on Friday.
The two grant courses will offer fiscal reimbursement to SC’s smaller organizations and nonprofits for COVID-19 related money or operational impacts. The applications start out accepting apps on Monday, Oct 19.
“Compact corporations are the lifeblood of South Carolina’s economic system, and quite a few little firms have been fiscally devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic,” stated Gov. Henry McMaster. “These grants will assist retain the doorways open at numerous of our smaller corporations and will invigorate and speed up our economic restoration. I persuade each individual single qualified little business enterprise and nonprofit to use resources out there through accelerateSC to be geared up to utilize for the software with it opens Monday.”
The Minority and Modest Organization Aid Grant Program will reimburse skilled recipients from $2,500 to $25,000. Organizations need to utilize 25 or much less workers and must be found in South Carolina to qualify. A entire record of grant eligibility necessities can be found here.
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The Nonprofit Aid Grant Software will reimburse skilled recipients from $2,500 to $50,000. To qualify, nonprofits should be designated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation by the Inside Revenue Provider, and ought to be registered and found in SC. A full record of grant eligibility necessities can be discovered right here, on accelerateSC’s website.
The on the net application method for the two grants will open up Monday, Oct. 19, and run as a result of Sunday, Nov. 1. At that time, the software can be accessed listed here. For enable with the application course of action call the SC Cares Connect with Centre at 803-670-5170 or by e mail at [email protected]
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