Applications Open for Chatham EDC Small Business Fund
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PITTSBORO, NC – September 1, 2021 – Small businesses in Chatham are now eligible for additional support for COVID-19 recovery. The Chatham Economic Development Corporation is launching the Chatham EDC Small Business Grant program, awarding grants of up to $5,000 to local small businesses.
The purpose of the Chatham EDC Small Business Fund is to assist small businesses in Chatham County with their recovery from impacts of COVID-19 restrictions as well as to stimulate investment and business expansion in Chatham County.
The priority of the fund is to promote retention, expansion, and growth. Businesses with less than 50 employees that are located within the county and do not owe any taxes, fees, or fines are eligible for the program. Businesses may make small requests, $1,500 or less, or large requests, at $1,501 or greater, capped at $5,000.
Grants requests will be considered according to how many of the program criteria are met. As a grant, the award does not need to be repaid. Applications are due October 15 and will be considered in the order received.
The full program guidelines, application portal, and additional information can all be
found on the EDC website.
About Chatham County
Chatham County takes center stage in North Carolina, strategically located between the Research Triangle and Piedmont Triad. The third-fastest growing county in the state is home to the towns of Pittsboro, Siler City, and Goldston as well as several unique rural communities. Residents and visitors alike enjoy 30+ miles of trails and abundant greenspace, while an additional 85 miles of greenways are in the works. Chatham also features Jordan Lake, the second-most visited state park in North Carolina. Chatham Park, one of the largest mixed-use developments in the nation is currently underway in Pittsboro.
Ann Fitts, Communication Specialist
PO Box 1627 | 964 East Street
Pittsboro, NC 27312