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COVID-19: Facebook Small Business Grants

Following the global outbreak of COVID-19, business is not as usual. Facebook recognizes that financial support during this difficult time can go a long way, so they are offering $100 million in cash grants and ad credits to help. The program is designed to help keep workforces going strong, while ensuring that rent is getting paid, customers are being connected with, and operational costs are being covered.

Up to 30,000 eligible small businesses in more than 30 countries where Facebook operates will be able to receive grants. To be eligible you must have:

  • Between 2 and 50 employees
  • Been in Business for over 1 year
  • Experienced challenges as a result of COVID-19
  • Approved Location around the globe. The current US locations include:
    • Altoona, IA / Polk County
    • Ashburn, VA / Loudon County
    • Atlanta, GA / Fulton County
    • Austin, TX / Travis County
    • Boston, MA / Suffolk County
    • Chicago, IL / Cook County
    • Dallas, TX / Dallas County
    • Denver, CO
    • Detroit, MI / Wayne County
    • Eagle Mountain, UT / Utah County
    • Forrest City, NC / Rutherford County
    • Fort Worth, TX / Tarrant County
    • Huntsville, AL / Madison County
    • Lost Angeles Metropolitan Area
    • Los Lunas, NM / Valencia County
    • Miami, FL / Miami-Dade County
    • New Albany, OH / Franklin County
    • New York Metropolitan Area
    • Newton County Area, GA
    • Northridge, CA
    • Papillion, NE / Sarpy County
    • Pittsburg, PA / Allegheny County
    • Prineville, OR / Crook County
    • Redmond, WA
    • Richmond Area, VA / Henrico County
    • San Francisco Bay Area
    • Seattle, WA
    • Washington D.C.
    • Various other countries also qualify and additional locations will be added at future times.

Don’t see your state listed? For additional resources about how you can help your business prepare for and manage through this uncertain time, visit Facebook’s recently-launched Business Resource Hub. The hub contains useful guides and tools to help give you direction on how to adapt and prepare for interruptions. Guides are directly tailored to different industries to supply tips on how your business can adjust and respond to changing environments along with toolkits for planning for the unexpected.