San Diego Small Businesses must apply by tonight to get COVID-19 relief funds
Last updated 4/14/2020 at 9:25am
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Qualifying small businesses in the city of San Diego must apply by tonight for money from the city's Small Business Relief Fund, which recently received more than $300,000 in donations amid the coronavirus pandemic.
GoFundMe, Qualcomm and Cal Coast Credit Union have contributed $100,000 each in a bid to encourage others to donate to the relief fund, aimed at helping local small businesses retain employees and stay afloat, Mayor Kevin Faulconer said Monday.
The Small Business Relief Fund was started with $6.1 million and has drawn more than 9,000 applicants for grants and...