Loans Now Available For Residents Of Louisville, Businesses Affected By COVID-19 Pandemic New
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – There is more help available for residents and businesses of Louisville facing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
People living in Louisville can apply for a Lifebuoy loan of $ 500 available to help pay the bills. Small businesses can apply for a small business continuity loan up to $ 25,000. Several organizations, including LHOME, Before Louisville, Access companies, Lender and GLI, are teaming up to make financial aid possible.
Generous community members can also donate money to the program, and organizers will match donations of up to $ 500,000.
“You really have the power to help your community by donating to a place like LHOME that just takes your money and helps small businesses stay open, and help the most vulnerable Louisvillians pay their bills now” said Amy Shir, President and CEO of LHOME.
Shir says Small Steps Childcare at Hikes Point recently applied for and received a loan of $ 25,000 so they could continue paying rent and staff.
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