Island County has been awarded funds through the state’s Coronavirus Relief Funds. The funds are available under the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) in response to the COVID-19 crisis. In order to qualify for these funds, individuals and families must be impacted by COVID-19. Please complete the online referral form or call the Human Services Help Line at 360.678.2346 to learn more about available resources.
Camano Island Small Business Economic Recovery Reimbursement Grant Application
Island County announces an Economic Recovery Plan allocating $1 million dollars to a grant program for small businesses. This funding, available because of a Washington State partnership to move federal CARES to local communities, will strengthen our small businesses economic recovery.
Camano Island has been allocated $333,000 to support businesses in our community that have been impacted by COVID-19. Businesses may apply for grants up to $10K.
The Camano Island Chamber of Commerce is the lead entity on this grant opportunity.
Contact: Jessica McCready 360-629-7136
Application deadline is July 1, 2020. Preferred method of application submission is to complete the online form (linked below as a Google Form). If you need to mail an application please call us first.
If you complete the application as a PDF you must download the document, save it to your computer, rename with YourBusinessNameDateofSubmission and email it to email@example.com.
The Stanwood SOARING Grant Program is made possible by funding provided by the Federal 2020 CARES Act, and Coronavirus relief Fund (CRF) which allows the City of Stanwood to award grants up to $10,000 to small businesses. The Stanwood City Council authorized use of CRF Funding on May 28, 2020.
Stanwood will receive a total of $210,600 from the CARES Act of which up to $170,600 may be used for the grant program. All eligible applicants that submit a complete and timely application will have an equal opportunity to receive a grant of up to $10,000 for eligible costs.
Priority will be given to restaurants, retail and other service businesses and non-profits who have a commercial address (home based businesses not eligible).
The application period will be open from June 15, 2020, through 5 p.m. PDT on June 23, 2020. Screening and award of grants to be completed by June 30, 2020. Grant funds will be distributed July 1 through August 30.
COVID-19 is causing a catastrophic economic impact on Stanwood’s small business community. The Stanwood SOARING Small Business Grant Program is a positive step, but it may not provide enough funding for every injured business to receive a grant, nor will it fix all the damage caused to those businesses that receive a grant. Unfortunately, many businesses that qualify and are deserving may not receive an Stanwood SOARING grant. Other small business funding opportunities are available through Snohomish County, the State of Washington or SBA.
Financial help for individuals and families in need of assistance to prevent discontinuation of necessary services, eviction, and other basic needs.
Please call 360-629-5257 x1 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and leave a message with your contact information and your needs.
See http://www.crc-sc.org/ For hours of operation and more info.
In light of the current COVID-19 situation it has become clear that we need to be better prepared for future disasters that may impact our community. With this in mind, the Stanwood-Camano Disaster Relief Fund has been created. This flexible funding source will provide critical assistance to 501(c)(3) nonprofits and other charitable organizations which provide essential services in our community. This fund will give us the ability to keep our community functioning when there are urgent short-term funding needs created by unforeseen events that disrupt essential services.
Because disaster relief funding is better done consistently over time, we encourage you to consider a $10 monthly recurring donation that will be ongoing rather than a larger one-time donation. The Stanwood-Camano Area Foundation will match up to $25,000 in recurring donations made to the Disaster Relief Fund through the Floyd and Delores Jones Endowment.
DONATE ONLINE HERE
To protect community health our local nonprofits have largely shut down operations that they depend upon to generate the revenue they need to provide for the needs of vulnerable community members. As a result, they are in need of emergency donations to help offset the financial loses they are incurring. Visit SCGIVE to donate.