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Neighborhood Resources for COVID-19

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  • Excellent collection of local resources curated by one of our Garfield Organization members: https://trello.com/b/2U8TaXDL/covid-19-resources-for-families
  • A couple of neighbors have put together a way to see what measures local businesses are taking to combat COVID-19:
  • The City of Phoenix has launched three unique grant funding opportunities to assist businesses experiencing economic hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. See below for details. Apply now [azfoundation.org]. Ver en español.  [azfoundation.org]
    • Small Business Relief Grants: Applications will be accepted for up to $10,000 to assist eligible Phoenix small businesses experiencing economic distress and sudden loss of revenue. For more details, check out our flyer (PDF). Ver en español (PDF).
    • Phoenix Microbusiness Resiliency Grants: Microbusinesses, solo practitioners, and entrepreneurs with fewer than five employees may be eligible to apply for $5,000. Check out the flyer (PDF) to learn more. Ver en español (PDF).
    • Phoenix Restaurant Restart Resiliency Grants: Apply for up to $10,000 to help with costs to reopen eligible restaurants and mobile food service businesses in Phoenix. View the flyer (PDF) for details. Ver en español (PDF).
  • General Business Information
    • Phoenix small businesses needing help can call the Phoenix Community and Economic Development hotline at (602) 262-5040. Calls will be answered by a team member during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  Callers can inform the City what issues they face and/or resources they need, and a team member will provide any available pertinent information to them. Phoenix business owners can also reach the department at teamphoenix@phoenix.gov.