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For many of California's smallest business owners, the Paycheck Protection Program, EIDL and other SBA loan programs were simply not accessible or sufficient to save their business. Today, many business owners are cash-strapped and cannot afford standard loans offered by lenders.
Small Business Majority, CAMEO, Pacific Community Ventures, the Filipino-American Chamber of Commerce of Silicon Valley, the Black Chamber of Commerce of Silicon Valley and the Silicon Valley Central Chamber of Commerce invite you to learn about the California Rebuilding Fund, a loan fund created through a new public-private partnership called the CASE Taskforce. The California Rebuilding Fund is designed to help California's smallest business owners who need a simple low-cost loan to adapt to the impacts of COVID-19. Loans will be facilitated through community lenders throughout the state.
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Small Business Majority is a national small business advocacy organization, founded and run by small business owners to ensure America's entrepreneurs are a key part of a thriving and inclusive economy.
As PCV’s Managing Director of Business Advising and Lending, Robert “Bob” Porter is responsible for connecting small business owners with the resources they need to help them grow and create more jobs in lower-income communities.
SMALL BUSINESS MAJORITY www.smallbusinessmajority.org
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