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Regular Board Meeting Information

Board Meeting – June 26, 2024 – 4:00pm

Board Meeting will be in person and TEAMS.

Call in:  +1 773 917 3399, 560 275 821#

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COVID-19 Coronavirus Response

COVID-19 Coronavirus Response

Please see the below information which will be updated regularly as more information becomes available. For additional information on COVID-19/Novel Coronavirus and its impact on businesses, please visit the State of New Jersey business portal which is located on the Resources sidebar.

Quick Program Guide

Here is a quick look at the available small business assistance programs in the state.

Business Assistance

NJEDA Financial Assistance Programs

Grant and loan programs are available through the NJEDA:

Eligibility Wizard (Will assist you in determining which program is best suited for your use)

Frequently Asked Questions

Press Release: NJEDA Announce Initiatives to Support Business


SBA: Federal Assistance

The Payroll Protection Program (PPP) as well as several other grant and loan programs are offered by SBA lenders. The SBA, in conjunction with area lenders, offers SBA 7(a) loans, 504 loans, and micro-loans to small businesses and start-ups.


Federal assistance through the Small Business Administration

T: 1-800-659-2955


Online Application

Paper Application


Small businesses can get assistance with SBA loans from the economic development nonprofit organizations listed below:


Community Business Assistance Corporation

Harry Stone
T: 856-966-8181
E: [email protected]


Urban Community Economic Development Corporation

Ellen McHenry
T: 908-527-1166
E: [email protected]


Small Business Assistance


New Jersey Community Capital: Garden State Relief Fund

Funds for small businesses and non-profits with 3–50 full time employees; loans processed in 10–14 days; term up to 36 months; interest rate 3%; loan amounts of $10-$75,000

Online Application


Local Municipal COVID Small Business Assistance Programs

Local municipalities have individual micro-loans for business assistance; please contact the municipal Economic Development Offices:



Sandra Forosisky
E: [email protected]



Samantha Silvers
E: [email protected]



Kevin Rabago
E: [email protected]



The Authority is implementing a small business assistance program of small businesses located outside of the three cities. For information on this program, funded by federal Community Development Block Grant funds, please contact The Authority at 856-825-3700 or the Economic Development Director at [email protected]

Assistance to Non-profit Organizations

Philadelphia Foundation/United Way

Grants to non-profits serving at-risk populations in the Philadelphia and Southern NJ region; grant funding to continue to provide services and expand local capacity to meet increased need; Application available on line at above website; fund operational


Community Fund of South Jersey

One time grants of $3,000 to address community needs, including food banks and food distribution, homelessness, social services; 3 categories of grant assistance


  1. Triage grants: community-based nonprofits with increased demand for services due to COVID-19
  2. Treatment grants: human service non-profits that have to modify delivery mode due to reduced access to populations
  3. Recovery grants: non-profits facing extreme difficulty due to lost revenue due


M25 Initiative: Food Insecurity Grants

M25, A Cumberland County nonprofit organization, is offering grants up to a maximum of $5,000 for service agencies and nonprofit organizations that are impacted by a demand for a higher level of service due to the emergency situation; online application at