Covid-19 Response Grant
The Warrick County Commissioners have received federal grant funding of $250,000 from the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) from their COVID-19 Response Program. The Warrick County Small Business Recovery Grant Program has been created for small businesses, particularly those businesses in highly impacted sectors including: food and beverage, personal care, professional services, and retail sectors. This OCRA program is for businesses that are retaining low-to-moderate (LMI) income jobs. Funds can be used as short-term working capital as businesses begin to reopen/resume operations, or support remote work.
For full details regarding grant requirements and additional information click here.
For additional information what qualifies as Low to Moderate Income click here.
Online application submittal for Round 2 will open Tuesday, May 26th at 10 am CDT.
To preview the application click here.
*Please Note the Town of Newburgh had received funding for businesses within corporate limits of Newburgh. They are not longer accepting applications at this time.
This grant is broken into a two step process. The first step is to complete the online application.
The second step, provided the initial application passes the Review Committee, is to submit required supplemental documentation. Applicants will be contacted via email for additional information within 7 working days of the application deadline on May 22nd. Please make sure to include the correct email address that serves as the business contact.