Oregon Small Business Stabilization Grants

The Oregon Small Business Stabilization Fund was developed to support nonprofits in Oregon that provide loans or grants to small businesses particularly affected by the outbreak of COVID-19. This program has distributed all available funding and is no longer accepting applications.

Small businesses are not eligible to receive grants. View resources for small business owners

Please note that we will continually evaluate the needs of our communities. Due to the changing nature of this outbreak, the types of projects and available funding from this program may also shift over time.

Generous community partners are supporting this fund. They include: Bank of America, Columbia Bank, Comcast, JP Morgan Chase, Key Bank, Lemelson Foundation, NW Natural, Oregon Growth Board/Business Oregon, Portland General Electric (PGE), The Ford Family Foundation, Tillamook, Umpqua Bank, US Bank and Wells Fargo. Funding is provided in part by the Oregon State Lottery and administered by the Oregon Growth Board.

Questions about applying to the Oregon Small Business Stabilization Fund:

Can a small business apply for funding?
Who can apply?
What makes an application competitive?
Can I talk to someone at OCF about my application?
What geographic regions are eligible to apply for funds?
Should I reapply to the Oregon Small Business Stabilization Program if I’ve already applied to the Oregon Community Recovery Grant Program?
How much should we apply for?
Does submitting an application guarantee funding?
When will funds be distributed?
Should our multi-location organization apply under one umbrella, or submit multiple separate applications?
How long will the fund stay open?
I’m having trouble with the online application system. Who do I contact for assistance?
What else should we know?
What resources are available for small business owners?

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