• ¿Le vendría bien una subvención (beca) para cubrir perdidas a causa de COVID-19 o de las restricciones​ arbitrarias de la frontera?
  • ¿Es usted miembro de la cámara de comercio de San Ysidro?
  • ¿Tiene usted de cero a diez empleados, sin contar al dueño, e ingresos menores a $100,000 para el año 2019? 

Si ha respondido que sí a las tres preguntas, contáctenos vía este correo y le asistiremos con la solicitud. 
¡Pero sólo tiene 2 días! 
Gracias a la recomendación de nuestros afiliados en la San Diego Asian Business Association, San Diego Grant Makers ha brindado esta oportunidad para nuestros miembros. La fecha limite es el 22 de octubre.
¡Tiempo limitado; actuar ahora!
For FAQ’s:          https://sdgrantmakers.org/black-business-relief-grant-fund

  • Would a Grant Help Your Business Survive Losses from the COVID crisis/ Arbitrary Border Restrictions?
  • Are You a Member of the San Ysidro Chamber of Commerce?
  • Do Have 0-10 employees NOT counting owner and 2019 NET income of less than $100,000?

If you said yes to all three, contact us via reply to this email, and we will guide you through the application.
 
BUT YOU ONLY HAVE 2 DAYS!
 
Thanks to advocacy from our partners at the San Diego Asian Business Association, the San Diego Grant Makers has opened this opportunity to our members. But the deadline is October 22!
Reply now!
For FAQ’s:          https://sdgrantmakers.org/black-business-relief-grant-fund

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Despite positive rumblings toward doing the right thing, this federal administration continues to ignore our pleas for survival. 
We do not plan to sit idly by as these arbitrary restrictions continue to cause more damage to our community than the COVID they portend to protect us against.
While our pleas have been ignored by both the president and by the acting DHS secretary (as have been ignored similar pleas by Texas Congressman Henry Cuellar, the Border Trade Alliance and, as of late, a Tweet by Mayor Faulconer), we are now asking Ambassador Landau to get involved. Additionally, we are preparing a remuneration demand to the government.
We will continue to work with available funding sources (like the grant below) for assistance for our businesses, continue to work with local authorities for temporary businesses uses/remedies outside of the "norm," and continue to work across the border with the rest of our binational region to retain our way of life in spite of this administration.