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Small Business Loan and Grant Program Overview, Considerations, and Strategies

Date Published: March 2013

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This document contains an overview of a Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funded small business loan and grant program including considerations and strategies for designing and implementing a program.

Well-designed, market-driven economic development programs are often key to long-term disaster recovery efforts. A typical economic development program for CDBG-DR grantees is a small business loan or grant program. A small business loan or grant program provides low- or no-cost loans to small businesses that have been impacted by the disaster, or are part of a targeted industry for future growth. The goal is create and retain jobs for the community by stabilizing weakened businesses, encouraging businesses owners to re-open or expand their business, and attracting entrepreneur’s for growth potential.

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