Do you qualify for the latest COVID-19 Ohio Small Business Grant
The Ohio State Medical Association continues to advocate for small practices adversely impacted by COVID-19, and reports that on Friday, October 23, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted announced a $125 million grant program to help small businesses that have been harmed by the effects of COVID-19.
The grants will provide $10,000 to small businesses in Ohio with no more than 25 employees. Eligible businesses that are approved to receive grants can use the money for a variety of expenses, including mortgage or rent payments; utility payments; salaries, wages, or compensation for employees and contractors; business supplies or equipment; and other costs.
The application process opened November 2.
Don’t miss this opportunity to help cover expenses such as purchasing additional PPE and instituting other safety protocols in your office.