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  • Anne Arundel County is offering a Small Business Customer & Employee Protection Grant.
  • Baltimore City has created a grant fund to assist local manufacturers with start-up costs related to the production of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Read more. They are also providing $15,000 grants to small business enterprises in certain commercial areas. Apply here.
  • Baltimore County has announced $10 million in new grant funding for small businesses, as well as $100,000 for impacted artists, musicians, and performers. Small businesses can apply on the department’s economic and workforce development website starting May 11.
  • The City of Brunswick has created a micro-grant program with a one-time award of $1,000 with no repayment due.
  • Carroll County is offering funds through the “Carroll Rebound” program which will provide grant funding for businesses demonstrating need to help offset the financial losses as a result of the pandemic. Read more.
  • Cecil County is offering a new relief loan program called Cecil Catalyst. An application can be found here.
  • Charles County has created the COVID-19 Business Relief Fund to help local businesses during this pandemic.
  • Frederick County is asking businesses and nonprofits to complete this survey to assess the needs of the community.
  • Garrett County is offering a Small Business Pandemic Interim Loan.
  • The City of Hagerstown is offering grants up to $750 through its Spring Sprouts Grant program.
  • Harford County is offering relief grants to small businesses and farmers.
  • Montgomery County has created an emergency grant program to provide $20 million in funding for those impacted by the pandemic.
    • The Public Health Emergency Grant Program will provide grant funding up to $75,000 to small businesses and nonprofits. The County will also provide microgrants up to $2,500 to cover costs associated with purchasing teleworking equipment. Read more.
  • Prince George’s County is providing $15 million for the COVID-19 Business Relief Fund. Small businesses will have access to loans up to $100,000 and grant funding of up to $10,000. Read more.
    • The County is also coordinating efforts for a public-private partnership, which will provide an additional $900,000 in grants. Read more.
    • Lastly, the County launched its Hourly Employee Relief Fund. The fund is available for laid-off hourly workers who earned less than $19 an hour. Read more.

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You can view the full list of Maryland’s COVID-19 pandemic executive orders, proclamations, and interpretive guidance here.

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