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Hello Alice is a free platform that helps businesses launch and grow. Learn more at helloalice.com

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COVID-19 Business 

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Updated daily, with real-world funding, resources, and support for small business owners adapting to the impacts of coronavirus. Hello Alice is the largest small business community helping owners launch and grow.

Apply for a COVID-19 Business for All Emergency Grant

Hello Alice is offering $10,000 grants being distributed immediately to small business owners impacted by coronavirus, as part of our broader mission to ensure Business for All. In addition to funding, grant recipients will receive ongoing support from the Hello Alice community.

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Connecting You To Resources For Growth

At Hello Alice, we are committed to equal access for Black business owners. This effort acknowledges the fact that by percentage, Black women are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States. As a community and with our partners, we will consistently listen to our owners and share funding opportunities, networks, mentorship, and resources until all Black business owners have the same chance to grow and thrive.

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50+ Financial Support Resources for your Business

From corporate funds to government grants, we've compiled financing opportunities to help your business when funds are particularly tight.

SBA Disaster Recovery Loans

Corporate Emergency Funds

Local, State and National Government Aid

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About Hello Alice

Hello Alice is a free, multichannel platform that helps businesses launch and grow. With a community of more than 100,000 business owners in all 50 states and across the globe, Hello Alice is building the largest network of owners in the country, while tracking data and trends to increase the success rate for entrepreneurs. Our partners include enterprise business services, government agencies, and institutions looking to serve small and medium sized businesses to ensure increased revenues and promote scale. Co-headquartered in Houston and San Francisco, and founded by Carolyn Rodz and Elizabeth Gore, we believe in Business for All by providing access to all owners including women, people of color, military connected owners, the LGBTQ+ community, entrepreneurs with disabilities, and everyone with an entrepreneurial spirit.

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Lean on Your Community

Post questions, offer advice, and share resources with thousands of entrepreneurs navigating these uncertain times alongside you. Our online Business for All community and twice weekly Community on Call virtual meetups are here to help you support each other as well as receive expert advice.

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Hello Alice has developed step-by-step guides to help you navigate the most common challenges COVID-19 has presented to small businesses, and brought in trusted partner resources to help you through this new normal.

50+ Financial Resources for Small Business COVID-19 Impact

HOW-TO GUIDE

Plan and Build a Resilient Business After COVID-19

HOW-TO GUIDE

How to Reopen Your Business Safely

HOW-TO GUIDE

Foster Virtual Customer Relationships

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OPPORTUNITY

SoGal Black Founder
Startup Grants

SoGal Foundation and Winky Lux partnered to provide at least two $10K cash grants to Black women or nonbinary entrepreneurs.

FUNDING

Collab Capital

Creating a new capital stack for Black innovators and entrepreneurs.

OPPORTUNITY

DivInc Social Justice Innovation Accelerator Fall 2020

An accelerator program for DivInc to help entrepreneurs all over the country apply  their skills to creating systems-level change.

FUNDING

The Doonie Fund: Supporting Black Women Entrepreneurs

An initiative of digitalundivided, this fund makes micro investments in Black women entrepreneurs.

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We've assembled hundreds of resources specific to managing your business through COVID-19. From step-by-step guides including how to reopen your business safely and create lasting pivots to crucial industry-specific resources, find everything you need to know to thrive in the current business climate.  

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How to Get Involved

Apply for a COVID-19 Business for All Emergency Grant for Black-owned Businesses

Hello Alice is offering $10,000 grants being distributed on a rolling basis to Black-owned small businesses impacted by the coronavirus, as part of our broader mission to ensure Business for All. In addition to funding, grant recipients will receive ongoing support from the Hello Alice community. If you qualify for these grants and have already applied, you will automatically be considered and do not need to re-apply. 

Learn more about how grants are awarded and the opportunities for Black business owners.

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Educate Yourself on the Black Lives Matter Movement

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HOW TO GET INVOLVED

History is being written in yellow letters 30 feet high on the streets of our capital. But it’s up to everyone one of us to keep pushing forward and demanding change. That’s why it’s crucial to get educated about the Black Lives Matter movement while supporting Black-Owned Business. So get the facts and get busy getting others to do the same.

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