What is the Loan Application Assistance Program?
The Loan Application Assistance Program aims to provide support to nonprofit organizations as they are navigating the CARES Act previsions and explore their options for financial aid.
Our team of volunteer technical assistants are trained to provide guidance as nonprofits apply for the CARES Act loans. We are doing our best to provide the latest updates and be aware of the constantly changing information.
The support provided is free of charge and is available to any non-profit organizations. For profit businesses are encouraged to contact us.
Inland Empire nonprofits are some of the first organizations to respond in the event of a crisis and that is the case in the Coronavirus outbreak. In an effort to support nonprofits and for profit organizations the IECC in partnership with Caravanserai Project has collated and curated the following resources we hope you may find useful in completing the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
LAAP is a service, free of charge, “as is”; and does not constitute legal or financial advice. We try to provide quality information, but we make no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained in or linked to this Web site and its associated sites. LAAP should not be used as a substitute for the advice of a qualified legal or financial professional.
This service is not intended to create, and receipt of it, does not constitute a client or patient relationship.
The LAAP is an initiative developed by the Inland Empire Community Collaborative and Caravanserai Project.
How to Apply?
Fill in the request form. Once this reaches our team, you will be contacted directly by one of our members. Based on the information you have included in your request we will work with you to file your application.
A quick guide for Non-Profits to apply for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans under the Cares Act.
For-Profit Small Businesses
If you own a for-profit small business, please contact Scott Brovsky, Director EPIC SBDC – for more information on your available resources.
- California’s nonprofits and COVID-19: Recommendations for policymakers (Click here to see our letter to California policymakers with more than 1,000 nonprofit signatories)
- Answering the Top 5 COVID-19 Questions from Nonprofits
- Scaling Economic Solidarity: The Pandemic, Nonprofits, and Power. Nonprofit Quarterly
- National Council Nonprofits: Advocacy for Nonprofit Missions
EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYEE RESOURCES
- What Should Nonprofits Do Now? Webinars- Caravanserai Project
- The Heart of Resilient Leadership Responding to COVID-19
- 7 Things Your Board Can Do to Lead in a Time of Crisis: Tom Iselin
- Remote Workers and Telecommuting Practices for Nonprofits
- Virtual Meeting Resources
RESOURCES for FUNDING
KEEPING EQUITY AT THE FOREFRONT
The bulletin was compiled by Social Entrepreneurs, Inc. with support from First 5 San Bernardino. It is envisioned to be a resource for nonprofit organizations serving the Inland Empire. It is being provided to the Inland Empire Community Collaborative, The Fundraising Academy fro Grassroots Organizations, and Inland Empire United Way to further these efforts.
Foundation Funding Opportunities
The funding summary below list grant source possibilities that have been identified for community based organizations providing services in the Inland Empire. The notes column provides information about the proposal process and priority areas for funding by the granting source where available.
All content from this point forward can be updated, deleted or added to reflect the funding areas for San Bernardino County community-based organizational interest areas.
IECC Member Resources
Our Advanced Learning Tool Kits Include:
- Talent Management Toolkit
- Marketing & Communication Toolkit
- Governance Toolkit
- Fund Development Toolkit
- Strategic Planning Toolkit