- May 11, 2018
We love small businesses, creative forces, and hard workers, and want you to be positive and optimistic.
We look forward to the day coming soon when there is a rise in small business because you had a moment of stillness and creativity.
Your time is coming, and until then we will work through the unsettling parts and focus on supporting each other.
We’re right here with you, contributing information and resources to make your journey at this time feel smoother, and more hopeful.
Resources are being added regularly – keep checking back. Please share this information!
UPDATED June 11, 2020
Confused about the Stimulus Prepaid Debit Card you may have received? You’re not alone. Here’s what you need to know.
UC Health is offering accurate antibody testing in many Colorado communities. Click here to learn more.
Colorado State University is offering a business short course series called “Rethink, Reinvent and Recover” to help businesses navigate the ‘new normal’ as a result of the pandemic. All classes are free but class size is limited. Details here. First class begins tomorrow – May 22.
Joy 4-All Hotline – callers can hear recorded jokes, poems, stories, and daily doses of kindness just by making a phone call! Created by students with those in isolation in mind. 877-569-4255.
The Grant Station website has an enormous number of available grants. Use their filter to narrow down your search.
Colorado Department of Economic Development has produced an impressive spreadsheet with links of economic resources (deferral, credit card/line of credit, grants, loans etc.).
PPP Loan Forgiveness – if you received PPP funding, you may be approaching the time when you have to apply for loan forgiveness. Some recent developments you may not be aware of are in the PPP tab below – please read – these are important to know! The forgiveness application form is here. If you need assistance with the application, call Epiphany Financial at (303) 359-7041.
Colorado Unemployment – If you were a traditional employee in the last 18 months whose employer took taxes from your paycheck, you should file a regular unemployment claim.
If you are unemployed and in the last 18 months were self-employed and responsible to pay taxes on your income, you should file for expanded unemployment benefits called Pandemic Unemployment Assistance.
Airline Cancellation and Change Policies. You can search by airline here.
Colorado Artist Relief Fund is OPEN until August 1st. Click here to submit.
ALSO: Weld and Larimer Counties Colorado Relief Fund – Musicians and Music Industry workers residing in Weld and Larimer counties should apply for funding through Bohemian Foundation’s NOCO Music Relief Fund in lieu of applying to the CO Artist Relief Fund mentioned above.
Ears hurting due to mask wearing? Here’s what to do to make your mask more comfortable.
How to disinfect your eye glasses (yes, COVID can lurk on eyeglasses).