COVID-19 Emergency Grants for Small Businesses
Closed – Working Washington Grants: Round 4
Working Washington Round 4 offered $240 million in grant relief funds to small for-profit businesses, especially those that were required to close due to public health and safety measures.
Priorities for funding:
- Businesses required to close.
- Businesses with lost revenue as a result of closure.
- Businesses with added expenses to maintain safe operations.
- Equitable distribution of grant funds across the state and to businesses owned and operated by historically disadvantaged individuals.
Have a question?
For questions related to your application, call our technical support center at (855) 602-2722 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Center hours are: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. Monday-Friday
OPEN – Department of Agriculture Relief & Recovery Grants
Coming! Shuttered Venue Operators Grants
The $16 billion in federal SVOG grants are targeted to live venue operators and promoters, theatrical producers, performing arts organization operators, motion picture theater operators, museum operators and talent representatives who were impacted by COVID-19. Qualifying applicants who applied for a PPP loan after Dec. 27, 2020, can also apply for this grant, with the eligible award being reduced by the amount of the PPP loan. The Department of Commerce does not manage this grant.
Due to technical difficulties, SBA has temporarily suspended the SVOG application portal. SBA is working closely with the portal vendors to reopen as soon as possible. SBA will share advance notice of the time and date before the reopening so all applicants can be prepared and to ensure fair and equal access. Applicants may continue to register for a new account.
The portal opened April 8.