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The following is a message from Grace McDermott, the president of the US Pan Asian American Chamber-Southwest.


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Dear Small Business Owners,

 

This is Grace McDermott. I am the President of the US Pan Asian American Chamber-Southwest. I want to personally share with you the latest opportunity regarding the Small Business Assistance Grant Program. This is an important opportunity for small businesses to obtain help through the Tarrant County Small Business Assistance Grant Program.

 

The application period begins Wednesday, July 8, 10 a.m. through Tuesday, July 21, 11:59 p.m.  For more information see the attached flyer or visit:  ngo.tarrantcounty.com.

 

The application review process is now underway. 

 

Care 4 Tarrant – Rental Assistance and Non-Profit Funding Now Available
 
In addition to the $30 million Small Business Assistance Grant Program, the Tarrant County Commissioners Court has approved $10 million in Coronavirus Relief Funds for a Rental Assistance Program, and another $20 million to assist non-governmental, 501c3 organizations in the provision of services to individuals directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

 

Applications for both of these programs are now being accepted and can be found at the Care 4 Tarrant – Social Services webpage.  The Rental Assistance program application will be ongoing as long as funds are available.  Please share information on both of these programs with your colleagues including the non-profit groups in your community.  Attached are informational flyers on both programs. 
 
If you have questions on these programs, please contact the County Administrator’s Office ASAP at 817-884-1267.

Good Luck and Stay Safe. 

 

Sincerely,

Grace McDermott
President, USPAACC-SW EF


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