Pueblo County: CARES Act Emergency Grant Funding (United States)
Pueblo County is proud to announce the opportunity for both nonprofits and small businesses located in Pueblo County to apply for economic relief and receive funding, via the CARES Act to address the COVID-19 emergency.
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The maximum award amount is $50,000.
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Business must have a physical location in Pueblo County;
Business cannot be a multi-level marketing business (MLM);
Must be a for-profit business;
Independently owned, local business;
Corporately owned national chains are not eligible for the grant unless you are an individually owned franchise operator with 49 or fewer employees total at all locations and owner is a Colorado resident;
Have no more than 49 full-time equivalent (FTE) positions and at least one full-time equivalent (FTE) employee; a business owner working full time would meet this qualification;
Must be registered with the Colorado Secretary of State and be in good standing;
Businesses with more than one physical location in Pueblo County may apply for the grant program for each Pueblo County location;
For purposes of estimating FTE’s, the FTE count shall be based only on the specific location applying for the grant;
The business has been forced to temporarily close or operations have been dramatically limited due to the Public Health Orders related to the COVID-19 public health crisis;
Marijuana industry businesses are not eligible.
Non-profit must have a physical location in Pueblo County;
Must be a non-profit as recognized by the IRS;
Non-profit has been forced to temporarily close or operations have been dramatically limited due to the Public Health Orders related to the COVID-19 public health crisis;
Must be registered with the Colorado Secretary of State and be in good standing.
Applicants will be required to submit/show:
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A copy of the most recent tax return;
Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss statements for January 1st – September 30th, 2019 and 2020;
Worksheet demonstrating the amount of financial impact from COVID-19.
Note: Grant funds may not be used to pay Pueblo County Real Property taxes. The CARES Act prohibits the use of grant funds to replace revenues. Requests for funding to offset property taxes will be denied.
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