Starting at $10,000 for all eligible businesses, the grant provides businesses with funding to a maximum of $20,000 to help cover decreased revenue expected as a result of the Provincewide Shutdown.
The business must demonstrate they experienced a revenue decline of at least 20 per cent when comparing monthly revenue in April 2019 and April 2020. This time period was selected because it reflects the impact of the public health measures in spring 2020, and as such provides a representation of the possible impact of these latest measures on small businesses.
The Tourism Adaptation and Recovery Program helps small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs’) and not-for-profits (NFPs’) in the tourism and hospitality or arts and culture sectors by supporting one-time adaptation and re-opening costs incurred to continue operating post-Covid-19.
Working in partnership with Huron County, RTO4 will be implementing the Tourism Adaptation and Recovery Program to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs’) and not-for-profits (NFPs’) in the tourism and hospitality or arts and culture sectors by supporting one-time adaptation and re-opening costs incurred to continue operating post Covid-19.
Applications for both streams due February 1, 2021 at 11:59 pm.
Relief funding up to $40,000 with 25% forgivable amount of up to $10,000 if 75% is repaid. Businesses not eligible for other funding programs such as Canada Emergency Business Account are given priority by Community Futures Huron.
CFHuron is providing grant funding to focus on providing technical and professional training/consulting services to help SME’s recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Grants of up to $4,000 are now available!
Examples of eligible projects may include, but are not limited to the following:
- advice and assistance with online marketing
- website and social media consulting and training
- advice on adapting to new safe workplace regulations related to COVID-19.
- accounting and cashflow consulting
- software or bookkeeping training
- legal consulting and reviews
- human resource consulting for health and safety or labour relations
Get a quote from your chosen consultant, and submit the quote to us with your application and financials. CFHuron will pay the consultant directly when the project is completed.
The Canada Recovery Caregiving Benefit (CRCB) gives income support to employed and self-employed individuals who are unable to work because they must care for their child under 12 years old or a family member who needs supervised care. This applies if their school, regular program or facility is closed or unavailable to them due to COVID-19, or because they are sick, self-isolating, or at risk of serious health complications due to COVID-19. The CRCB is administered by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
If you are eligible for the CRCB, your household can receive $500 ($450 after taxes withheld) for each 1-week period.