(WXYZ) — Small businesses in Macomb County are running out of time to apply for grants. The Macomb County Small Business Sustainability Program has $20 million for grants available to small businesses.
The application period ends at 11:59 p.m. Wednesday.
The funds will be dispersed as $5,000 grants to help offset the losses created by the coronavirus pandemic.
Businesses have to be brick-and-mortar in Macomb County and have 49 employees or less.
They also have to have been in business for at least a year, and show a need for money to help support payroll expenses, rent, mortgage payments, and more.
You can learn more, and apply, by clicking here.
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