At Community Action Marin, we’ve helped to transform thousands of individual lives. By providing key stabilization services in conjunction with high-touch career coaching and job training pathways, we support individuals with attaining employer-recognized certificates and credentials, and obtaining employment in high-demand professions. This evolving body of work will soon include an early care and education apprenticeship program.
Small Business Grant Opportunity - Apply Starting 5/23
The County of Marin, the Marin SBDC, and Dominican University are offering a $2500 microbusiness grant to small businesses in Marin beginning May 23rd through June 30, 2022. This Microbusiness COVID-19 Relief Grant (MBCRG) Program is State funded through the California Office of the Small Business Advocate (CalOSBA) and will fund 105 microbusinesses.
Applicants must be:
- Located in Marin County
- Been in business since December 2019
- Made less than $50,000 gross revenue in 2019
- Have the business as their primary source of income
- Were significantly Impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic
- Currently in business or plan to reopen
- Have less than five full-time equivalent employees
- Did not receive a CA Grant through Lendistry
The application will take 15-20 minutes to complete and applicants will be asked to provide:
- A photo ID (can be a foreign ID)
- 2019 Tax Return (or if you do not have a tax return, another document that verifies you are a business
- W-9 Form
Visit the Marin SBDC website to learn more, to sign up for an info session, and to apply.
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Small Business Development Advising
Early Childhood Education Workforce Project
Reach out to Heather Bettini, Director, Economic Justice, by clicking the email link below.