US Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand releases guidebook to help New Yorkers access disaster relief funding
As New York combats the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand released a guidebook to help New Yorkers access federal and state disaster relief funding.
The guidebook details funding opportunities for individuals, nonprofits and small businesses across New York state. It will be updated throughout the duration of the crisis. Find the guidebook here.
"It is crucial that individuals, nonprofits and small businesses have the resources they need to fight against the economic impacts of this virus – facilitating access to these resources is a critical step," says Sen. Gillibrand.
The guide consists of three sections dedicated to funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Small Business Administration, and United States Department of Agriculture. Each section outlines funding opportunities, program descriptions, requirements, eligibility and other considerations.