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CAB Meeting Calendar & Agendas
NON – TRADITIONAL SERVICE The details are below.
Date: August 19, 2020
Meeting ID: 932 9701 2382
8/19/20 - 4:30-5:30 P.M.
Virtual Community Conversation - English
8/20/20 - 6:30 – 7:30 P.M.
Virtual Community Conversation - Spanish
Overview & Objective
To provide grants to local service providers who have been affected by COVID-19 pandemic. The County has committed up to $300,000 in one-time funds to create a Non-Traditional Service Provider Assistance Grant Program. The objective of this program is to offer immediate financial assistance to small Service Providers located in San Benito County to aid in maintaining their services for the benefit of our community.
San Benito County Community Action Board (CAB) will administer the COVID-19 Service Provider Recovery Assistance Grant Program, which will provide grants up to $7,500 each to qualifying San Benito County Non-Traditional Service Providers. The Non-Traditional Service Provider includes service providers that may or may not have an established 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status and provides services to residents of San Benito County. Service providers must be sponsored by a non-profit and submit the non-profits’ 501(c)(3) tax exempt letter. The federal funds are provided locally through the CARES Act. Applicants should thoroughly review the eligibility and application process below as applications will be processed on a first come first serve basis. Submission of an incomplete or inaccurate application may result in ineligibility for program funding. San Benito County is committed to timely review and processing to ensure award recipients can apply this resource to the successful continuation of Service Provider operations.
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