Small Businesses That Survived Covid-19 Government Lockdowns, Now Offered Token Of Help

California taxpayers are paying for 2.8 million dollars in grants,  the County is handing out to very small businesses.

They are called microbusinesses, and more than one thousand of them will get some of this money, 2,500,  as a grant from the Riverside County Office of Economic Development, which is getting the money from the California Office of the Small Business Advocate.

The businesses must have no more than 4 employees and have to generate less than 50-thousand dollars.

Applications for the Riverside County Microbusiness COVID-19 Relief Grant Program are now being accepted at Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis for qualifying microbusinesses.



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