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Posted on: November 5, 2020

Nov. 5: Johnson County giving $10,000 business grants

Coronavirus

Johnson County is giving businesses $10,000 as a grant – no repayment.

Businesses in Spring Hill must:

  1. Be located in Johnson County – Document this with some government-issued document i.e. lease agreement, business license, utility bill, etc
  2. Must have between 1 and 50 employees. Sole proprietors can apply. Non-profits can as well. Must document this with a list of name – first/last on a Word doc/spreadsheet
  3. Have – 
    1. $10,000+ in revenue loss between March 1 & Oct 30, 2020 as compared to the same timeframe of 2019. (Provide a P&L for the two timeframes scanned into a single document to show this), 
    2. OR… $10,000+ of COVID-related expenses between March 1 & Dec.30, 2020. (Scan together those expenses – and it can include a contract for COVID-related expenses thru the end of the year), 
    3. OR… a combination of revenue loss for the timeframe stated above PLUS COVID-related expenses for the timeframe stated above that together equals $10,000+. (Documented into a single file per the guidelines above) Rent can be included IF they are also showing revenue loss – it’s assumed that decrease made rent a COVID-related hardship.

Apply for the Johnson County Small Business Grants 

There are 1,350 grants available, offered on a first-come-first-served basis to qualified people.

Questions? Email the Enterprise Center in Johnson County at info@ecjc.com


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