FCC OWNER RESOURCES
|Federal||Banks Offering Relief To Customers Affected by COVID-19||Forbes’s list Of Banks Offering Relief To Customers Affected By Coronavirus (COVID-19).||List||English||Forbes|
|California||Employment Development Department COVID-19||Resources||English, Spanish||Employment Development Department (EDD)|
|California||California Paid Family Leave||If your assistant is unable to work because they are caring for an ill or quarantined family member with the coronavirus, they can file a Paid Family Leave claim. Paid Family Leave provides up to six weeks of benefit payments to eligible workers who have a full or partial loss of wages because they need time off work to care for a seriously ill family member or to bond with a new child. Benefit amounts are approximately 60-70% of wages, depending on their income.||Guide||English, Spanish||Employment Development Department (EDD)|
|California||California Paid Sick Leave||Employees, including full-time, part-time, temporary or seasonal workers, in California are entitled to up to three days of paid sick leave per year if they have worked at least 30 days in a year. Employees are eligible to begin using accrued sick leave once they have worked for an employer for 90 days. Employees earn one hour of sick leave for every 30 hours of work. Check your city’s ordinance/laws to see if employers in your city have a duty to provide for more paid sick leave than described above. And, see below for expanded coverage under new federal emergency legislation.||Guide||English||Employment Development Department (EDD)|
|California||California Unemployment Benefits||Detailed information about unemployment benefits due to reduced work hours, school closures, caregiving, etc. Support available for eligible employers and self-employed individuals.||Guide||English, Spanish||Employment Development Department (EDD)|
|San Francisco||Workers and Families First Paid Sick Leave||Application||English, Spanish, Chinese, Filipino||SF Government|
|Federal||Pandemic Unemployment Assistance||Guide||English||Investopedia|
|California||Tax Filing and Payment Deferment||Internal Revenue Service – IRS||English||IRS|
|San Francisco||Deferral of Business Tax and Annual License/Permit Fees||Office of the Treasurer and Tax Collector||English||SF Treasurer and Tax Collector|
|San Francisco||Payroll Report and Payroll Tax Extension||Employment Development Department – EDD||English||SF Treasurer and Tax Collector|
|San Francisco||SF Heath Care Security Ordinance/Fair Chance Ordinance||Office of Labor Standards and Enforcement – Cancellation of 2019 reporting requirements.||Multiple||SF Government|
|San Francisco||Food Resources||SF/Marin Food bank created a webpage that allows you to search for nearby food pantry, senior food distributions, calfresh assistance, other food programs in 6 different languages||Multiple||Marin Food Bank|
|San Francisco||San Francisco-Marin Food Bank||Multiple||Marin Food Bank|
|Federal||Expensify – $50 towards SNAP groceries||Expensify.org is matching $50 per family towards SNAP grocery purchases.||English||Expensify|
|San Francisco||FRCs Diaper/Food Pantries||Family Resource Centers remain open via telephone and email providing parenting support, information, referral, and connection for families with children 0-17 throughout San Francisco. Clink the link to view the interactive maps of FRCs open for diaper/food pantries.||English||First 5 San Francisco|
|San Francisco||School District Free Meals (San Francisco, Oakland, Hayward, Berkeley)||School districts will provide provide free meals to all children 18 and younger, child must be present.||San Francisco Unified School District|
|California||Rental Eviction Assistance California||Eviction and homeless prevention programs across California.||English||Evictions Defense Collaborative|
|San Francisco||About the City’s temporary moratoriums on residential evictions||Guidance for tenants and landlords.||Website||English, Spanish, Filipino||SF Government|
|California||California Disability Insurance||If your assistant is unable to work because they have been exposed to the coronavirus, also called COVID-19, they can also file a Disability Insurance claim. Disability Insurance provides short-term benefit payments to eligible workers who have a full or partial loss of wages due to a non-work-related illness, injury, or pregnancy. Benefit amounts are approximately 60-70% of wages, depending on their income.||Guide||English, Spanish||Employment Development Department (EDD)|
|Federal||Home-Based Child Care Emergency Fund and Toolkit||Application||English||Home Grown Child Care|
|Federal||Kiva Emergency Loans for Small Businesses||Application||English||Kiva|
|California||Small Business Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee Program||California’s Small Business Finance Center provides small businesses access to a range of financial products, including the Small Business Loan Guarantee (guarantee through private lenders) and the Jump Start Program (direct loans to businesses).||English||iBank – California Government|
|California||Facebook Small Business Grants Program||Facebook Small Business Grants Program. Sign up for updates.||English|
|Federal||Small Business Administration (SBA) Loans||For child care small businesses interested in applying for a loan through Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). For the best information specific to you and your business, contact your bank or financial lender. Small businesses and sole proprietorships can apply starting April 3rd, 2020 |
Independent contractors and self-employed individuals can apply starting April 10th, 2020
|English||First Five Years Fund|
|Federal||US Small Business Administration Loans||The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans to small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).||English||U.S. Small Business Administration|
|Federal||Verizon Small Business Recovery Fund||Verizon small business recovery fund: closed for the first round application due April 1; second round application due April 17 – registration is open||Application||English||LISC|
|California||Immigrant Families Fund||The Immigrant Families Fund is providing financial support to immigrant families who have been left out of the federal government’s relief efforts. Immigrants may be eligible to receive a $500 grant to help cover whatever is most pressing in their lives.||Application||Multiple||Mission Asset Fund (MAF)|
|Federal||Save Small Business Fund||Save Small Business Fund available provide assistance to small business owners impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. With contributions from corporate and philanthropic partners, the Chamber Foundation will distribute $5,000 grants to small employers in the U.S. and its territories. The Save Small Business Fund is part of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Save Small Business Initiative—a nationwide effort to address small business owners’ immediate needs, mitigate closures and job losses, and mobilize the long-term support the small business community needs for recovery.||English||U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation|
|San Francisco||CARES 2.0||The Compensation and Retention Early Educator Stipend (CARES 2.0) was created to support early educators in San Francisco.To be considered eligible for the Spring 2020 CARES 2.0 stipend applicants must: 1) Be employed by a program within the Early Learning Scholarship (ELS) or Preschool for All (PFA) networks (for a list of all eligible programs see link below).|
2) Work with children directly for at least 20 hours a week (this must have been the case before March 16, 2020).
3) Have an ECE workforce registry account to access the application.
|Website||English, Spanish, Chinese||San Francisco’s Office of Early Care and Education|
|California||Resources for Undocumented People||Website||California Immigrant Youth Justice|
|San Francisco||OEWD||Resources for Businesses and Employees Impacted by COVID-19||Website||English||San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development|
|San Francisco||Emerging Loan Fund||Loans between $50,000 to $250,000.||English||OEWD/Main Street Launch|
|San Francisco||Revolving Loan Fund||Microloans up to $50,000.||OEWD/Main Street Launch|
|San Francisco||San Francisco OEWD Small Business Relief Fund||The City has established a fund administered by OEWD to offer emergency grants up to $10,000 for micro businesses.||SF Office of Economic and Workforce Development|
|San Francisco||COVID-19 Small Business Resiliency Fund||Application||Multiple||SF Office of Economic and Workforce Development|
|Federal||Unemployment Compensation: A Guide for Child Care Stakeholders During the Coronavirus Pandemic||Guide||English||CLASP|
|Federal||Small Business Grant Application||Grants of up to $10,000 each to small business owners to help meet their most immediate needs. Deadline is August 3rd.||Application||English, Spanish||Local Initiatives Support Corporation|
|San Francisco||San Francisco Hardship Emergency Loan Program (Sf Help) – Round 2|
If you are a San Francisco-based business and have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, you are encouraged to fill out a Loan Inquiry Form to apply for a 0% interest loan to cover certain qualifying business expenses. We invite individuals with an ITIN or SSN to apply. MEDA and Fondo Adelante are implementing SF HELP in partnership with the City of San Francisco.
Loan Inquiry Form will be open until 11:59pm on November 25, 2020. Due to the high demand we are expecting to receive, businesses will be selected via a lottery to formally submit an application once the Loan Inquiry Form is closed. All loans will be subject to underwriting and approval.
|Application||English, Spanish||MEDA – Mission Economic Development Agency|
|San Francisco||Latino Small Business Fund|
Due to the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on the Latino community in San Francisco, MEDA/Fondo Adelante, in collaboration with the City of San Francisco, is launching the Latino Small Business Fund. The Fund aims to lessen the impact of COVID-19 on Latino small businesses throughout San Francisco, by providing long-term loan capital with 0% interest.
If you are a Latino business owner in San Francisco, and have been financially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, we recommend you complete a Loan Inquiry Form for the Latino Small Business Fund.
Loan Inquiry Form will be open until 11:59pm on January 14, 2021. Due to the high demand we are expecting to receive, businesses will be selected via a lottery to formally submit an application once the Loan Inquiry Form is closed. All loans will be subject to underwriting and approval.
|Application||English, Spanish||MEDA – Mission Economic Development Agency|
|California||Child Care Law Center info and FAQ on COVID-19||Child Care Law Center info and FAQ on COVID-19 for families and Child Care||FAQ Factsheet||English||Child Care Law Center|
|California||Legal Aid at Work FAQs||Legal Aid at Work, Coronavirus FAQ, directed toward employees, but useful for employers too, includes discrimination and safety protocols particular to pandemic – available in Spanish, Chinese, and Vietnamese||FAQ Factsheet||English, Spanish, Chinese, Ect.||Legal Aide at Work|
|Federal||2 Months of Free Internet||Internet Essentials/Comcast is offering 2 months of free internet to eligible low-income households.||Application||English||Internet Essesntials from Comcast|
|San Francisco||Utility shut-off protection (PUC)||The Public Utilities Commission (PUC) protects against the shut-off of critical utilities—including electricity, gas, water, internet, landlines and cell phones. The PUC recently announced that, as of March 4, utility companies under its jurisdiction will not be allowed to suspend or disconnect|
service for ratepayers (tenants or homeowners) who cannot pay their bills during the virus outbreak. Check here to see if your utility companies are included in the PUC protections.