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Lancaster City Small Business Emergency Fund to offer $1.45M in loans, grants to support COVID-19 losses

From LancasterOnline

Lancaster city small businesses struggling due to the COVID-19 pandemic will soon have access to a new fund with $1.45 million in available loans and grants.

Launching this month, the Lancaster City Small Business Emergency Fund will offer assistance in the form of low-interest loans or grants to city businesses that have annual revenues less than $1 million. Fulton Bank, Ferree Foundation and High Foundation are initially providing a combined $200,000 for grants. Read more


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April 17, 2020