Economic resources for Aurora businesses and employees affected by COVID-19
Information regularly updated to keep you up-to-date
U.S. Small Business Administration
Para asistencia en español con las solicitudes de subveciones y préstamos, llama:
Cámara de Comercio Hispana Regional de Aurora al: 331-442-1617
Guide to CARES Act
Colleen Doyle, Membership Engagement
Karina Garcia, President/CEO
The QCAACC’s mission is to provide leadership for and enhance the environment of African American businesses to lead to a community of high performing, profitable African American businesses in Kane, Kendall, DuPage, and Will counties.
Aisha McBurrows, Associate Director firstname.lastname@example.org
The IL. SBDC at Waubonsee Community College’s Downtown Aurora Campus, offers small business owners workshops and free, one-on-one management, marketing, and financial coaching.
Harriet Parker, Executive Director
Thrive Collaborative Center, a City of Aurora initiative, has compiled a searchable database of available resources and programs designed to provide relief to entities impacted by COVID-19. View and search Thrive’s list of available programs for businesses, nonprofits, and community residents.
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