ACalifornia program for small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic has given more than $5 million in grants to Burbank companies and contractors, recently released data shows.
More than 450 Burbank small businesses — including nonprofits, sole proprietorships and independent contractors — that grossed between $1,000 and $2.5 million in the 2019 tax year received grants from the state’s COVID-19 Small Business Relief Grant program, which was announced in early December.
Pasadena Community Foundation has awarded the second phase of grants — totaling $372,000 — from its COVID-19 Response Fund to 26 local nonprofits. The grants will support local community-based organizations serving families and individuals experiencing extreme hardship from the economic, social and physical impact of the COVID-19 crisis.
PCF’s first round of COVID-19 emergency response funding was distributed on March 31. It benefited nine local organizations serving seniors and distributing food and supplies to low-income individuals and families. In addition, the Foundation also released restrictions on existing grants to allow the recipient organizations to use current grant funds for their most urgent needs. Continue reading “Pasadena Community Foundation Grants $372K in COVID-19 Relief Funding to Local Nonprofits”