We know that your business may be experiencing disruptions resulting from the global outbreak of COVID-19. The City of South Fulton has allocated $500,000 in CARES Act funding to provide cash grants to help businesses during this challenging time. The maximum grant amount will be $19,000.
The City of South Fulton has partnered with Micro Village Fund to administer and award grant funds.
How the program can help
-Keep your workforce going strong
- Help with rent and operational costs
- Connect with more customers
Is my business eligible?
To be eligible to apply, your business must:
-Be located within the City of South Fulton
-Demonstrate that the COVID-19 outbreak caused at least a 30% decrease in revenue
-Employ 2-10 employees
-Have no outstanding tax liens or legal judgments
-Have a current City of South Fulton Business License
-Been operating in the City of South Fulton for two or more years
-City of South Fulton Business License/Occupational Tax Certificate
-Articles of Incorporation
-Secretary of State Certificate of Good Standing
-2018 and 2019 Business Tax Return
-Evidence of reduction of revenue due to COVID-19 - 2019 vs 2020 profit and loss
The Village Micro Fund is a grassroots micro finance organization with the mission to empower entrepreneurs in Metro Atlanta by providing access to capital, business education, and a "Village" of support.