YoCo Helps

York County Reentry Coalition

Join us this Thursday, September 3rd at 4 PM for the York County Reentry Coalition’s first virtual resource event in honor of National Recovery Month! This kickoff event is offered in partnership with the York County Coalition on Homelessness and will focus on housing resources for reentrants. The Coalition on Homelessness, The Program It’s About Change, Bell Next Door, and New Hope Ministries will join us to talk about long-standing resources plus new options through CARES Act funding. 

Register in advance for this webinar:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9TdcCU4oTAu6vbsvipmEpQ

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The event will last one hour and will be recorded and shared on Facebook if you cannot attend live.

Access to Food

Emergency Food Assistance is Available through Central Pennsylvania Food Bank Network. The agency partners of the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank are providing groceries, take-out meals and a dose of hope to people in need. Alternative distributions are scheduled at many different locations with significant precautionary procedures in place to protect clients, staff and volunteers. People who are hungry and families that rely on food assistance should still seek help when they need it. Visit the “Find Food” page on www.centralpafoodbank.org to find the closest program or call 717-547-6336 for information.

The York County Food Bank is committed to making sure all of our neighbors have access to enough food during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

As the COVID-19 situation intensifies daily, the York County Food Bank is facing an unprecedented challenge to support our food insecure neighbors, as well as actively preparing to support those who may now be facing hunger as a result of lost hours, wages or jobs.

Click here for more information in accessing food provided by the York County Food Bank

York County Food Bank Grab and Go Fresh Produce and Milk Distributions

Wednesdays and Fridays starting June 12th

1094 Haines Rd., York PA

9:00 AM-2:00 PM

Through June

Read more here

Educational Opportunities

The PSU Educational Opportunity Center will continue to offer educational support services to low-income seniors in high school and adults in the York area. Interested students can go to the online registration here.

For more information on services for free assistance with college planning, student financial aid (FAFSA),  information about trade schools, professional certification programs, community colleges and GED / HiSet classes, contact:
Jess Abrams Schrodel
jla246@psu.edu
717.771.4146

Hotel Accommodations

The Hampton Inn (1550 Mount Zion Rd., York PA 17402) is still open to help in anyway. Open to anyone with hotel needs, or medical professionals in need, please call 717.840.1500 for more information.

Community Access to Legal Services

On March 18th, the PA Supreme Court declared a statewide judicial emergency through April 14, 2020. In York, the judicial center and county and legal aid offices related to the administration of justice are closed to the general public.

Members of the public currently involved in legal proceedings are requested to stay in contact with their attorneys for updates as the situation evolves. 

The courts will provide advisement of continuances and cancellations via mail and robo-call.

For information on the services provided or where help for situations can be located, click here

Local Restaurants Open for Business 

Local media partner, York Daily Record, is aiming to maintain a list of restaurants and businesses still open, and available for to-go and take out. Please click here to view their updated list. 

Free Prescription Delivery in York County

Minnich’s Pharmacy is continuing their medication delivery radius and are taking extraordinary steps to mitigate the spread of the virus until the threat subsides.

FREE HOME MEDICATION DELIVERY is available for most of York and parts of Adams Counties.

Please contact Minnich’s Pharmacy at 717-848-2312 with any questions or requests for medication delivery. 

For PA Drivers

In response to COVID-19, PennDOT has issued the following changes:

  • All driver license centers and photo license centers in Pennsylvania will remain closed, unless otherwise updated.
  • For any driver licenses, photo ID cards and learner’s permits expiring through March 31, the new expiration date is May 31, 2020.
  • Vehicle registrations, safety inspections and emissions inspections expiring through 16 through March 31, the expiration date is now extended until May 31, 2020.

 

Northern York Unified Emergency Management Agency 

Local Information Line: 717-638-8042; this will be staffed from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday-Friday this week, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Friday next week.

PeoplesBank

PeoplesBank is offering financial hardship assistance to address payment and fee relief options, accessibility to credit, and opportunities for business loans, found here: 

https://www.peoplesbanknet.com/financial-hardship-assistance/

They are also providing regularly updated information related to coronavirus and the bank, found here:

https://www.peoplesbanknet.com/coronavirus-important-information/

Cultural Alliance York Artist Relief Fund

Cultural Alliance of York County, in partnership with its generous donors, are addressing the urgent need of artists and performers by taking immediate action to deploy money through the York Artist Relief Fund.  The COVID-19 pandemic is putting staggering pressures on artists in York County. With strict guidelines to stem the spread of the virus, public gatherings are banned, venues are closed, performances, shows, events, classes and gigs are being cancelled. Artists are losing income – immediately and into the foreseeable future. The Cultural Alliance York Artist Relief Fund will award grants of up to $500 to individual artists who live in York County whose creative practices and incomes are being adversely impacted by Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). Read more & apply here. 

York County COVID-19 Response Fund

In challenging times like these, collaboration, generosity and community are most needed. That’s why York County Community Foundation (YCCF) has established the York County COVID-19 Response Fund in partnership with the United Way of York County and other philanthropic partners.  The Fund will provide financial support to nonprofit organizations rising to the challenge of meeting the increasing needs of our community during this crisis.

For more information on the fund and how to donate, click here

Pivot Physical Therapy

Just in-case you over do it at home, in need of workers comp services or for those on the front line Pivot Physical Therapy is here for you!

Stay SAFE! No need to go to the hospitals or emergency care centers and risk your own safety or your loved ones safety.

  • No referral necessary
  • Same day appointments M-F
  • Telephone consults available
  • One-to-one quality care

Call for an appointment today – Pivot Physical Therapy

  • York: 717-430-0770

RKL LLP.

Coronavirus Resource Center

CARES Act guidance: On Monday, we published a series of blogs outlining key provisions of the CARES Act and explaining what families, small businesses and employers can expect. You’ll find these posts along with all our coronavirus guidance in our resource center, but here are direct links in case you wish to share with various audiences:

Google Grant: COVID-19: $800+ million to support small businesses and crisis response

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to worsen around the world, it’s taking a devastating toll on lives and communities. To help address some of these challenges, today we’re announcing a new $800+ million commitment to support small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), health organizations and governments, and health workers on the frontline of this global pandemic.

For more information, see the blog post from Google’s CEO here.

Altland House Launches Meal Service to Aid York County COVID-19 Efforts

Abbottstown, PA-based Altland House Hospitality Group (AHHG) has developed a temporary program to provide reduced-price meals for the York County community during this time of difficulty. With AHHG’s history of producing the local Meals-On-Wheels program, they have the ability and experience to produce thousands of meals on-demand. AHHG’s facility at The Wyndham Garden York near West Manchester was chosen as the location for meal prep and pick-up, as it’s centrally-located for a majority of the York County population.

Click here for more information on the meal service

Rabbittransit 

In light of COVID-19, rabbittransit has implemented precautionary measures including rear boarding, free fare and social distancing protocols. Out of an abundance of caution for rabbittransit employees and the general public, we request that passengers wear a mask and only ride for life-sustaining needs (medical appointments, groceries or employment to essential business). Additionally, we have modified the schedules of fixed route and EXPRESS services.

Please visit https://www.rabbittransit.org/covid-schedules/ for more details.

Emergency Relief Fund for Artists & Creative Workers through Americans for the Arts

As you know, Americans for the Arts is deeply committed to supporting the arts across America. Today, a consortium of funders announced the creation of the Artist Relief Fund, a $10 million national emergency relief fund for artists and creative workers that will provide $5,000 no-strings-attached grants. It is intended for anyone who earns income from their creative or artistic practice and who has also been affected by COVID-19.

For more information, click here

York County Food Alliance

Save Money and Eat Healthier

Click here to read the flyer that provides updates on the following:

  • Food Pantry eligibility
  • York County Food Bank – Changes in hours and services
  • SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)
  • Programs for Kids (Including WIC information)
  • Meals for Seniors

York Benevolent Association

The York Benevolent Association will be holding a drive-thru/walk-up food distribution every Tuesday from 8:30am-11:30am at 301 Kings Mill Rd. Photo ID is required at each pick-up. The 4th Tuesday of the month will be focused on students and requires that a child is present during pick-up. More information can be found here.

Guidelines

YoCo Strong Restart 2021- COVID-19 Funding Grant

As of 10/26/2021

Overview:
To support small businesses and nonprofits in York County, the County of York has allocated American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to provide recovery grant funding through the YoCo Strong Restart Fund Grant 2021 (Restart), administered by the York County Economic Alliance (YCEA).

The Restart program will provide financial support to businesses and nonprofit organizations recovering from the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic to support expenses such as rent, utilities, equipment, from June 30, 2021 to December 31, 2021. Full details can be viewed in the eligibility guidelines herein.

Multiple for-profit entities with common ownership, defined as ownership of 20% or more, are eligible to apply, but the Restart program will prioritize exhausting all funds to individual applicants before multiple awards may be eligible, given that it is anticipated that demand will exceed total available funding.

Applications are eligible from the following applicants:

  • For profit business corporations with 50 or fewer full-time equivalent (FTE) employees at the time of application submission. The business must have been established as of July 1, 2021 and with less than $3 million in annual gross revenue.
  • Nonprofit corporations with 75 or fewer full-time equivalent (FTE) employees at the time of application submission. The nonprofit must have been established as of July 1, 2021 with less than $3 million in annual gross revenue.

Grant awards for applicants that began operations prior to December 31, 2020 will be based on 2020 revenues from tax returns. For applicants incorporated on or after January 1, 2021, a year-to-date 2021 Profit & Loss statement is acceptable, additionally applicants will be asked to provide eligible documented expenses, and compared with other COVID-19 relief assistance received.

 

Grant Award Tiers based upon Gross Annual Revenues

  • Annual Revenue of up to $100,000 = up to $5,000 Grant (no minimum)
  • Annual Revenue of $100,001 - $500,000 =  up to $10,000 Grant  (no minimum)
  • Annual Revenue of $500,001 - $1,000,000=  up to $15,000 Grant  (no minimum)
  • Annual Revenue of $1,000,001 - $3,000,000= up to $20,000 Grant  (no minimum)
     

Please apply for what you need based upon guidelines to support eligible expenses between June 30, 2021 to December 31, 2021. The Restart program is intended to support the negative economic impact resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. You will be required to submit documentation in the application, processing and expense phases of the process. If you are awarded a Restart grant and fail to utilize the funds for eligible and contracted expenses, you will be required to return funds upon the program audit process.

Grant award amounts may change at the discretion of the program administrator to accommodate the availability of funding and the program demand.

Eligibility:

Small Businesses- established as of July 1, 2021

  • Grant awards ranging from up to $20,000 based on revenue tiers.
  • Must be in operation and with revenues as of at the time of application with no intent of closing, with primary operations occurring in York County.
  • $3M in annual gross revenue or less, based upon 2020 tax returns provided at time of application. For applicants that incorporated after January 1, 2021, please use your 2021 year to date profit and loss statement.
  • Must have 50 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) Employees or fewer at the time of application. A helpful FTE calculator may be found at: https://toggl.com/track/fte-calculator-employee-cost/
     

Nonprofits- established as of July 1, 2021

  • Grant awards ranging from up to $20,000 based on revenue tiers.
  • Must be in operation and with revenues as of at the time of application with no intent of closing, with primary operations occurring in York County.
  • Available for nonprofit organizations with $3M or less in annual revenue based upon 2020 tax returns provided at time of application. For applicants that incorporated after January 1, 2021, please use your 2021 year to date profit and loss statement.
  • Must have 75 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Employees or less at the time of application. A helpful FTE calculator may be found at: https://toggl.com/track/fte-calculator-employee-cost/
  • Eligible applicants based in York County, with a primary service area of York County.
  • Will be required to submit a most recent 990. Applicants will self-certify that their primary service area is within York County.
  • Eligible nonprofit applicants must be incorporated as 501c3, 501c4, 501c6, and 501c19
     

Nonprofits that received a direct allocation from the County of York allocated August 18, 2021, are not eligible to apply for YoCo Strong Restart funds. If you received an allocation in 2020 under the CARES funding, you may still apply. A list of those nonprofit organizations with a direct allocation is here.

Small Business and Nonprofit applicants established as of July 1, 2021 must describe how COVID-19 has negatively impacted their corporation and will have to provide total gross revenues, eligible documented expenses, and any other COVID-19 relief assistance received.  For Small businesses and nonprofits, when providing gross revenues, this should not include COVID relief funding. Revenues are based on the IRS tax form definition: Gross Sales (less any returns and allowances) as reported on Line 1.c. on both the 1120 (corporate return, 1120S (S-Corp return), on IRS Schedule C for single member LLC and sole proprietorships, Line 3 and on IRS form 1065 line 1c for partnerships. For Non-Profit applications, please revenues are based on the IRS 990 form, Part VIII, Column A, Line 12.

(For instance, Business A’s 2020 revenues were $250,000 on line 1c of their tax return and Business A received PPP for $10,000, Business A’s revenues should remain $250,000 not $260,000.)

Multiple entities with common ownership, defined as ownership of 20% or more, are eligible to apply, but the Restart program will prioritize exhausting all funds to individual applicants before multiple awards may be eligible, given it is anticipated that demand will exceed total available funding.

All applicants must be current and in good standing on all tax payments

and not have any tax liens against the business property. This can include, but is not limited to:

  • Municipal Property Tax (i.e Borough, Township, City etc.)
  • County Property Tax
  • School District Property Tax
  • County Hotel Tax
  • City Business Improvement District Tax
     

Applicants will be asked to select and describe how their business or nonprofit was impacted by COVID-19 in any of the following areas:

Closure

Reduced operations

Employee layoffs

Customer decline

Revenue decline

Increased expenses

 

2019 Business Quarters are defined as such:

Q1 2019: January 1 - March 31

Q2 2019: April 1 - June 30

Q3 2019: July 1 - September 30

Q4 2019: October 1 - December 31

 

2020 Business Quarters are defined as such:

Q1 2020: January 1 - March 31

Q2 2020: April 1 - June 30

Q3 2020: July 1 - September 30

Q4 2020: October 1 - December 31

 

2021 Business Quarters are defined as such:

Q1 2021: January 1 - March 31

Q2 2021: April 1 - June 30

Q3 2021: July 1 - September 30

Q4 2021: October 1 - December 31

 

Documents Required: must be in an electronic form for online upload, such as JPEG or PDF. Other Items can be requested.

For-Profit Entities:

Sole-Proprietor/Single Member LLC:

  • Full 2019 and 2020 Tax Returns, including Schedule C or Schedule K-1. (This requirement does not apply if the business began operations on or after January 1, 2021. Additional documentation to establish business ownership may be required.)
    • If the applicant was in operation before January 1, 2021 and cannot provide the required tax returns or evidence of an extension granted at the time of the application submission, the business will be ineligible.
  • For businesses established on or after January 1, 2021, please provide 2021 Prepared Profit and Loss statement as of September 1, 2021
    A copy of official filing with the Department of State or local municipality must be provided in electronic format for upload, such as PDF

    a. Articles of Incorporation
    b. Certificate of Organization
    d. Government issued Business License
  • W9
  • Business Canceled Check for Direct Deposit
  • Any form of acceptable government-issued photo ID for primary business owner or nonprofit authorized representative; must be in an electronic form for online upload, such as PDF.
  • Eligible Expense Documentation Form
  • Signed Applicant Certificate

LLC, Partnership, and Corporation:

  • Full 2019 and 2020 Tax Returns, including Schedule C or Schedule K-1. (This requirement does not apply if the business began operations on or after January 1, 2021. Additional documentation to establish business ownership may be required.)
    • If the applicant was in operation before December 31, 2020 and cannot provide the required tax returns or evidence of an extension granted  at the time of the application submission, the business will be ineligible.
  • For businesses established on or after January 1, 2021, please provide 2021 Prepared Profit and Loss statement as of September 1, 2021
  • Relevant filings with the Pennsylvania Department of State and/or local municipality

a. Articles of Incorporation

a.  Certificate of Organization, or Certificate of Partnership (to the extent applicable)

d. Government issued Business License

  • W9
  • Any form of acceptable government-issued photo ID for primary business owner or nonprofit authorized representative
  • Eligible Expense Documentation Form
  • Signed Applicant Certificate
  • Business Canceled Check for Direct Deposit

Nonprofit Entities:

  • 2020 IRS Form 990 or 2019 IRS Form 990 with extension. 990 exempt nonprofit organizations such as churches will need to provide exempt documentation.
    • If the applicant was in operation before December 31, 2020 and cannot provide the required tax returns or evidence of an extension granted  at the time of the application submission, the business will be ineligible.
  • For nonprofits established on or after January 1, 2021, please also provide 2021 Prepared Profit and Loss statement as of September 1, 2021
  • PA Articles of Incorporation
  • State Tax Exemption Documentation or Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Determination or Affirmation Letter of 501(c)(3), 501(c)(4), 501(c)(6), or 501(c)(19) status.
  • W9
  • Any form of acceptable government-issued photo ID for primary business owner or nonprofit authorized representative
  • Eligible Expense Documentation Form
  • Signed Applicant Certificate
  • Organization Canceled Check for Direct Deposit
     

Use of Funds:

Use of funds must be fully detailed in application, with specific amounts and cost verification to support the grant amount request. Such items can include but are not limited to rent/mortgage agreements for the applying business, utility payments, PPE, to the extent such costs are the result of the negative economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Payroll is NOT an eligible expense for the YoCo Strong Restart Grant Program.

  • Multiple entities with common ownership, defined as ownership of 20% or more, are eligible to apply, but the Restart program will prioritize exhausting all funds to individual applicants before multiple awards may be eligible, given it is anticipated that demand will exceed total available funding.
     

Funds must be requested to cover eligible express from June 30, 2021 through December 31, 2021 that are not being covered by other sources of COVID relief funding. Documentation for use of funds will be required for auditing purposes by the program administrator. Any unused funds must be returned to the program. Payroll is NOT an eligible expense for the YoCo Strong Restart Grant Program.

  • Rent
  • Scheduled mortgage payments
  • Insurance  
  • Utilities
  • General Business and Working Capital Expenses
  • PPE

Please provide a detailed summary and description of the reason your business or non-profit is requesting funding, and explain why these funds are critical to the economic recovery of your business or non-profit. An itemized schedule or breakdown of all costs relating to the expenditure of funds must also be included.

 

Grant Award:

Grant awards ranging up to $20,000 based upon the size in sales/revenue of the applicant. Grant funding must be used to cover eligible expenses from June 30, 2021 through December 31, 2021. Documentation for use of funds will be required for auditing purposes by the program administrator.

Multiple entities with common ownership, defined as ownership of 20% or more, are eligible to apply, but the Restart program will prioritize exhausting all funds to individual applicants before multiple awards may be eligible, given it is anticipated that demand will exceed total available funding.

Grant awards may not be used to pay the same eligible operating expenses for which an applicant previously received government COVID relief funding in the form of a grant reimbursement, or loan forgiveness. Government COVID relief funding includes, but not limited to: SBA Payroll Protection Program (PPP), SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL), other SBA Disaster/Emergency Funds, PA COVID-19 Working Capital Access (CWCA) program, PA COVID-19 Hospitality Industry Recovery Program (CHIRP), 2020 YoCo Strong Restart Grant Fund or City of York COVID-19 relief program (2020 and 2021). Applicants must attest that the funds requested will not be utilized for previously government-funded COVID related expenses.

(Example: Applicant A wants to request funding to cover 6 months of rent from June 30, 2021 to December 31, 2021 in the amount of $15,000. Applicant A received other sources of COVID funding in the amount of $7,500 to cover three months rent in the same time period. Applicant A should only request funding for the three months of rent in the amount of $7,500 that are not paid for by the other source of covid funding.)

Receipt of a prior Federal, Commonwealth, York County, or local government grant does not disqualify an applicant.

Grant Priorities: (NOT Exclusions)

Small Businesses
Businesses that have not received any prior public COVID support funding, (such as PPP, EIDL, Restart Round 1).

Small businesses owned and controlled 51% or more by federal definition of minority owned business (any of the following)

  • Women
  • Veterans
  • African American
  • Asian
  • Hispanic / Latinx
  • and Native Americans

Businesses impacted the most financially based on gross revenue losses. Small Business operating under the following industries with the corresponding NAICS code:

  • Hospitality / Tourism
  • Retail
  • Childcare
  • Microbreweries and Distilleries
     

Nonprofit Organizations

Nonprofits that have not received any prior public COVID support funding (such as PPP, YoCo Strong Restart Round 1).

Nonprofits impacted the most financially based on gross revenue losses.

Nonprofits serving at least 51% of the clients residing in a Low-Mod Income household

Nonprofit with at least 25% of revenues derived from services in the following categories: food security, housing security, healthcare, childcare, workforce development.

Nonprofits serving a population of more than 51% of persons of color.

Ineligible for Businesses and Nonprofit Applicants:

  • Businesses or nonprofits that sell, produce, manufacture, or distribute any marijuana or cannabis products are not eligible for the grant program
  • Businesses or nonprofits that do not have a physical location in York County, Pennsylvania
  • Businesses or nonprofits established after July 1, 2021
  • Businesses or nonprofits that are in active default (not on a payment plan) with taxes or fees owed to the federal, commonwealth, county and local governments.
  • Churches and other religious institutions whose primary revenue is derived from religious instruction or faith-based services.
  • Businesses or nonprofits engaged in any activity that is illegal under federal, state, or local law
  • Businesses owned or controlled by any owner that has ever obtained a direct or guaranteed loan from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or any federal agency that is currently delinquent or has defaulted within the last seven years and caused a loss to the government.
  • Financial businesses, primarily engaged in the business of lending, such as banks and finance companies.
  • Passive real estate companies and investors who file a Schedule E on their personal tax returns are not eligible. Real estate businesses in which the majority (>51%) of their income is rental income are also not eligible
  • Life insurance companies
    Private clubs and businesses which limit the number of memberships for reasons other than capacity. This restriction shall not apply to organizations designated as a 501(c)(6) organization by the Internal Revenue Service.
  • Government-owned entities or elected official offices
  • Government authorities
  • Businesses that have ceased operations with no plan to reopen.
  • Franchise businesses, regardless of whether the applicant is the franchisee or the franchisor
  • Businesses or nonprofits that spend more than 51% of their budgeted expenses engaged in political or lobbying activities
  • Businesses in which an owner of 20 percent or more of the equity of the entity is incarcerated, on probation or , on parole; presently subject to an indictment, criminal information, arraignment, or other means by which formal criminal charges are brought in any jurisdiction; or has been convicted of a felony involving fraud, bribery, embezzlement, or a false statement in a loan application or an application for federal financial assistance within the last five years or any other felony within the last year.
  • Businesses or nonprofits engaged in any illegal activity, socially undesirable or those that may be considered predatory in nature, such as pawnshops, rent to own, check cashing businesses and adult bookstores.
     

Other Grant Items to Consider

The YCEA will provide application assistance and technical support, subject to the release and indemnity set forth in the applicant certification. The YCEA staff is NOT permitted to submit the application on the applicant’s behalf.

Eligible businesses and nonprofits must agree and complete an applicant certification form at the time of submitting an application.

Applications are not first come, first served. It is anticipated that the cumulative funding request of all applications will exceed the amount of funding available to disburse. In such cases, applications will be compiled, reviewed, and scored. If funding is awarded, the applicant will be notified. A grant contract will be required to be executed prior to fund disbursement. Upon execution of a grant contract, the grant award will be transferred electronically via ACH. Upon completion of the program and all funding disbursements made, the cumulative award list will be made public in accordance with the Pennsylvania Right to Know Law.

The application portal will open on Monday, November 1 at 9:00 a.m. (EST) and will close on Friday, November 19, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. (EST).

Applications will be submitted electronically only, and incomplete applications will not be accepted. This includes uploading all necessary and requested documentation.

Review of application eligibility and scoring will take place over the next several weeks, with a tentative goal of announcing grant recipients by mid December.

Unsure of where to find your NAICS code?

Use the breakdown below to find your NAICS code on your business tax forms.

If you file a Schedule C as a Sole Proprietor, enter the code from BOX B on the Profit or Loss From Business Form.

If you file a Form 1065 as a Partnership Entity, enter the business code from BOX C on the U.S Return of Partnership Income Form.

If you file a Form 1120S as a S Corporation Entity, enter the business activity code from BOX B on the U.S Income Tax Return for S-Corporation Form.

If you file a Form 1120 as a C Corporation Entity, enter the business activity code from Page 4, Schedule K, Line 2a on the U.S Corporate Income Tax Return for C-Corporation Form.

Grant Award Tiers based upon 2020 Gross Annual Revenues
Annual RevenueGrant Amount
Up to $100,000Up to $5,000 Grant (no minimum)
$100,001- $500,000Up to $10,000 Grant (no minimum)
$500,001 - $1,000,000Up to $15,000 Grant (no minimum)
$1,000,001- $3,000,000Up to $20,000 Grant (no minimum)

 

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