INDIANAPOLIS — The Indy Black Chamber of Commerce will probably be awarding funds for fast assist to Black-owned companies in Indianapolis which can be struggling financial loss because of COVID-19 and social unrest.
In partnership with Comcast, the chamber will distribute $40,000 in grants to a number of Black-owned companies. These grants will supply some extra assist for these small corporations to outlive and supply future sustainability of the Black enterprise group.
Indianapolis Black-owned small companies which were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic can full the web utility at www.indybcc.org.
The applying is now open and will probably be closed on November 1. The committee will choose the prime candidates no later than November 15. Immediately after, they are going to be contacted to supply additional directions.
Along with these grants, the Indy Black Chamber of Commerce offers mentoring, seminars and networking capabilities with alternatives for enterprise improvement, progress and sustainability.
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