The North Carolina Dept of Revenue is seeking grant applicants for the NCDOR Business Recovery Grant Program, which issues one-time payments to eligible North Carolina businesses that experienced a significant economic loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The application period closes Jan. 31. 

Two types of grants will be available to eligible businesses that suffered an economic loss of at least 20 percent during the COVID-19 pandemic:

  • Hospitality grants will be available to eligible arts, entertainment, and recreation businesses, as well as eligible accommodation and food service businesses, such as hotels, restaurants and bars (NAICS codes 71 and 72).
  • Reimbursement grants will be available to eligible businesses not classified in NAICS Code 71 and 72 that did not receive funding from other relief programs including Paycheck Protection Program, COVID-19 Job Retention Grant and EIDL Advance.

For details and the application, visit the  NCDOR’s website

The North Carolina Dept of Revenue is seeking grant applicants for the NCDOR Business Recovery Grant Program, which issues one-time payments to eligible North Carolina businesses that experienced a significant economic loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The application period closes Jan. 31. 

Two types of grants will be available to eligible businesses that suffered an economic loss of at least 20 percent during the COVID-19 pandemic:

  • Hospitality grants will be available to eligible arts, entertainment, and recreation businesses, as well as eligible accommodation and food service businesses, such as hotels, restaurants and bars (NAICS codes 71 and 72).
  • Reimbursement grants will be available to eligible businesses not classified in NAICS Code 71 and 72 that did not receive funding from other relief programs including Paycheck Protection Program, COVID-19 Job Retention Grant and EIDL Advance.

For details and the application, visit the  NCDOR’s website

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