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Anaheim Small Business Relief Grant

The City of Anaheim is now accepting additional applications for the Anaheim Small Business Relief Grant, which is funded through CARES Act funding made available by Orange County Supervisor Donald Wagner. These grants are available to businesses within the Anaheim boundaries of Orange County supervisorial Third District, which includes portions of Anaheim Canyon and all of east Anaheim. Anaheim small business with 0-25 full-time equivalent employees that have been adversely affected by coronavirus may apply for a grant of up to $10,000. Grants may be used for payroll, capital, equipment and operating expenses. Grant details include:

  • Up to $10,000 grant
  • Grant available to businesses with the Anaheim boundaries of Orange County Supervisorial Third District
  • Applications will be accepted until a sufficient number of applications have been received
  • Grant can be used for retention of employees, creation of jobs, or for working capital for operational costs (such as rent, utility payments and other operating expenses)
  • Businesses that are currently approved for the City of Anaheim's Small Business Microgrant program or round one of the Anaheim Small Business Relief Grant are ineligible 

For more information and to apply, visit the program website.

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