U.S. Black Chambers, BP Partner To Offer Microloan, Grant Program

Louisiana Chamber of Commerce Foundation Inc. (LCCF) announced today that it is accepting applications for a new micro loan and
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NEW ORLEANS – The Louisiana Chamber of Commerce Foundation Inc. (LCCF) announced today that it is accepting applications for a new micro loan and grant program.

The Small Business Micro Loan & Grant Program will help small businesses recover from the economic impact of recent storms. The program is sponsored by BP and made possible through partnership with the U.S. Black Chambers, Inc., LCCF, and Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce.

Only businesses located in Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi are eligible to apply. The grant awards up to $3,000 and loan amounts up to $10,000. The funds may be used for marketing promotion, machinery and equipment, operating capital for hiring or expanding offices, and/or leasehold improvements for current or new office/retail space.

Apply today at www.usblackchambers.org/usbc-micro-loan-grant-program or call the Louisiana Chamber of Commerce Foundation Inc. at 504-655-7572

For more information about the Louisiana Chamber of Commerce Foundation Inc.:

Call: 504.655.7572

Visit: www.lachamberfoundation.org

Facebook: @LAChamberofCommerce

Instagram: @lachamberofcommerce

Twitter: @CommerceofLA

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