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San Bernardino County Microbusiness COVID-19 Relief Grant

This grant is provided by San Bernardino County

  • Grant Amount

  • Grant Frequency

    Until funds are exhausted

About This Grant

The San Bernardino County Microbusiness COVID-19 Relief Grant is designed to assist businesses that have experienced economic barriers due to the effects of the global pandemic. The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors approved $2,500 to be disbursed to qualified businesses. Applications will be open soon.

San Bernardino County is proud to provide this grant to our business community.

Thank you to our strategic partners AmPac Business Capital and the City Possible program pioneered by Mastercard.

How You Can Use the Funds

  • If awarded, all expenses must be deemed as a business expense.
  • This includes but not limited to business supplies, renewal fees, business debt, business utilities, protective equipment or business equipment.
  • The Sponsor of this card may restrict the use of this card at certain merchants or locations.

Documents Required

  • Personal Information: Drivers License or State Issued ID or Passport or Permanent Resident Identification Card (Green Card)
  • Business Information: Business License or CA Statement of Information or Health Permit
  • Tax Information: 2019 and 2020 Tax Documentation
  • Employment Verification Documentation: Payroll Tax Forms or Payroll Statements
  • Provide a statement on how your business was affected by COVID-19 pandemic and how your business plans to recover.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Business located within the San Bernardino County boundaries
  • Business started before December 31, 2019
  • 5 or less full-time employees
  • Gross Revenues of less than $50,000 in 2019 Tax Year and 2020 Tax Year
  • Did not receive the California Relief Grant issued by Lendistry
  • If your business falls within one of these categories, your business in ineligible to apply: Cannabis, Smoke Shop and Adult Entertainment Related businesses, Residential or Real Estate projects including short term rental businesses, Native American Tribes, Government entities including elected officials and county staff; passive businesses, investment companies, and investors who file a Schedule E on their tax returns; Financial institutions or businesses primarily engaged in the business of lending; businesses that restrict patronage for any reason other than capacity.