Governments, public and private institutions are offering sources of funding to Save Our SMEs. See below a list of some of the opportunities available.


If you know of further funding sources to help Save Our SMEs.


Vital Capital providing loans to promising businesses in sub-Saharan Africa

The Vital Impact Relief Facility will dedicate US $10 million, offering firms immediate access to capital to weather the economic consequences of the virus while building a bridge to realizing their visions of becoming prosperous companies that can benefit millions of Africans.


Open Road Impact Fund offering bridging loans to social impact organizations

Open Road is raising $40 million for the Impact Fund, which will provide loans ranging to organizations located primarily in Africa, U.S., Latin America, and South Asia. The Impact Fund is open to outside investors, offering the opportunity to access high impact investments across multiple geographies.


Resilience and Recovery Loan Fund for social enterprises and charities

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic is being felt acutely by charities and social enterprises. Many organisations may be unable to operate. The Fund, created by Big Society Capital, provides emergency loans UK-wide to charities and social enterprises affected by COVID-19.


Business for All are offering $10,000 emergency grants to small business owners

Led by Hello Alice, with the support of Verizon, Silicon Valley Bank, Ebay, and small business owners and advocates across America, Business for All provides $10,000 to $50,000 grants, expert mentorship, a strong community, and a comprehensive suite of small business resources.


Salesforce is providing Small Business Grants

As part of Salesforce’s commitment to small businesses and giving back to the community, Salesforce is partnering with Ureeka to offer eligible small businesses the opportunity to receive a $10,000 grant to help them through the COVID-19 outbreak.


Mailchimp has created a $10M Price Relief Fund to support small business customers

Mailchimp is giving away $10 million worth of service for existing customers who want to continue using Mailchimp’s platform but need some financial support during this period. Mailchimp will also invest up to $100M to help drive new and ongoing business for their small business customers through price discounts, product upgrades, add-ons, and more.

gofundme.jpg is matching $500 grants for Small Business Relief

Powered by GoFundMe in partnership with Yelp, Intuit QuickBooks, GoDaddy and, the Small Business Relief Initiative offers up to $500 in grants for businesses that raise $500 in funding through the GoFundMe platform.

Boost with Facebook: Small Business Grants Program

Facebook knows that your business may be experiencing disruptions resulting from the global outbreak of COVID-19. They’ve heard that a little financial support can go a long way, so are offering $100M in cash grants and ad credits to help during this challenging time.

Wefunder emergency funding for businesses

Wefunder has funded ~$130M in hundreds of small businesses from over 400,000 investors. If your business has customers who care, Wefunder can help.


Wefunder’s platform enables fundraising from your fans on very generous terms. Payments are based on revenue and deferred until 2021. Reward investors with perks when business is back.

Small Business

Support Programs

This guide, developed by the Safety, Health & Consumer Council discusses issues such as financial assistance, security systems and employee safety, with a focus on schemes available to businesses in the United States of America.

What if there was one place where struggling entrepreneurs could find all of the global, regional and national emergency funds that have been created to support them during COVID19? 

Access the database, submit a resource and share with others to help everyone find the capital they need during COVID19.

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