The Greater Green Bay Chamber, in collaboration with inaugural funder American Foods Group (including the company’s trucking arm, America’s Service Line), is pleased to introduce the Greater Green Bay Back to Business Grant. The grant caters to small- and medium-size businesses whose operations have been significantly impacted as a result of COVID-19.
“The Chamber continues to find ways to serve the needs of small business as 88% of
our members employ fewer than 100 employees. We also know the majority of small
businesses are seeking some form of financial support in the face of COVID-19.
We created this new grant opportunity specifically for this important segment of our business community,” said Laurie Radke, president and CEO of the Greater Green Bay Chamber.
An initial $200,000 investment by American Foods Group, including America’s Service Line, enabled the grant fund’s creation. Other contributors that have since joined the effort include The Schneider Foundation, Breakthrough, City of Green Bay and Badger State Brewing Company.
Eligible businesses (defined below) may apply for and received upwards of $10,000 so
long as they have not already received from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) or Federal SBA Disaster Loans and Emergency Grants.
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