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NJDEA Small Business Relief Program Eligibility & Phase 2 Application Status

SOURCE: NJEDA


NJEDA Emergency Assistance Eligibility Wizard

The COVID-19 outbreak is causing extraordinary disruption for companies and non-profits across the Garden State. The NJEDA wants to make it easy for organizations to understand what support programs are available to you to help stabilize your operations and get back on a pathway to growth.

This is a beta version of the Eligibility Wizard that focuses on newly announced State Emergency Assistance programs and the SBA disaster loan program. We will be updating it regularly as new federal, state, local, and philanthropic programs become available.

Included programs:


State Emergency Support Programs

  • Emergency Assistance Guarantee Program

  • NJ Entrepreneur Support Program

  • Financial relief on existing NJEDA obligations

  • Emergency Assistance Grant Program - Phase 1 (CLOSED)

  • Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program - Phase 2 (CLOSED)

  • Emergency Assistance Loan Program (CLOSED)


Federal Programs

  • Federal SBA Emergency Injury Disaster Loans

  • Federal SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Advance

  • SBA 7(a) Loan Program

  • Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loans

  • Small Business Debt Relief Program

Other sources of emergency support

  • Loans from a CDFI

  • Financing from a private bank


READ MORE:

https://assistance.business.nj.gov/



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NJEDA Grant Application Status


Use this form to check the status of applications to the NJEDA Small Business Emergency Assistance Phase 2 Grant Program.


This form is not for checking the status of applications to any other kind of NJEDA program.



READ MORE & CHECK APPLICATION STATUS:

https://www.cognitoforms.com/NJEDA/grantapplicationstatus


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