Upper Darby Rebuild Small Business Grant Program
UPPER DARBY TOWNSHIP TO LAUNCH ‘UPPER DARBY REBUILD’ GRANT PROGRAM FOR LOCAL SMALL BUSINESSES
Upper Darby Township officials announced plans for a $350,000 grant program for Upper Darby-based small businesses, to help offset financial losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
“Our community has withstood a great deal this year. From the COVID-19 pandemic, to the recent unrest over the longstanding racial injustices, as we come out of these turbulent times, we come out with a renewed sense or purpose, of community, of camaraderie. We’ve seen the pain, the frustration, the destruction these twin pandemics have raised in our community. It’s time to rebuild.” said Upper Darby Mayor, Barbarann Keffer.“I am so pleased to announce this small business grant program that will put your tax dollars back into our community so that we can rebuild not just our businesses, but our lives and our communities. I was elected Mayor to bring change to Upper Darby, to bring opportunity, and give Upper Darby residents the government they deserve. This is the first step, and I look forward to finding new ways to strengthen our futures, together.”
The Mayor's office has contracted with Entrepreneur Works to help administer the program. A virtual information session will be hosted Monday, June 15 at 11am. Businesses are encouraged to attend; please register at https://entrepreneurworks.ticketleap.com/.Questions on the grant program can be directed to email@example.com.
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