JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Little organizations in Jacksonville had a brief likelihood Friday to apply for up to $2,000 of CARES Act funding from the metropolis.
This spherical of reduction is only for companies that have not acquired any guidance from the city already this yr. There was adequate funding for 875 companies, according to the metropolis of Jacksonville. Online apps opened at 9 a.m. and the city acquired 1,000 programs inside of 15 minutes, Mayor Lenny Curry tweeted.
We obtained 1,000 applications in the initial 15 minutes for this spherical of aid for smaller firms impacted by COVID-19. Purposes are now shut. We are grateful for the chance to do our portion and maintain firms open up and our citizens employed. @CityofJax pic.twitter.com/7qxY3Xj0IX
— Lenny Curry (@lennycurry) December 18, 2020
The organization necessary to satisfy the following ailments in order to qualify.
- Positioned in Duval County
- has been in procedure for at least 1 yr before February 29, 2020
- can’t have employed additional than 100 people right before February 29, 2020
To utilize, organizations required an account on myjax.custhelp.com, comprehensive with the tax ID assigned to the organization and proof the corporations lost at the very least 25% of its earnings as a immediate result of the COVID-19 disaster.
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