Small Business Resiliency Assistance

Technical assistance for small business owners from culturally and historically disadvantaged communities

In partnership with Washington State’s ethnic commissions, Commerce is contracting with community-based organizations to provide linguistically and culturally appropriate help to business owners.

If your business has been affected by the COVID pandemic and you need help identifying next steps, you can contact one of the organizations listed below to email or speak with a business coach.

Technical assistance can include:

  • Finding and help applying for assistance to help your business right now, whether you are open or closed
  • Translation assistance
  • Navigating local, state and federal resources
  • Business coaching

Partnering Organizations

Vancouver Area Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber Espanol info@hmcoregon.com
Tacoma Area

The Tacoma Urban League

 

African American and People of Color ajonesbarnes@colemonassociates.org
Seattle Area Ventures Nonprofit Espanol info@venturesnonprofit.org
Phone: 206-352-1945
Seattle Area Tabor Business HUB African American & Community at large Covid19@tabor100.org
Seattle International District Seattle Chinese Int’l District Preservation and Development Authority
(In partnership with Friends of Little Saigon and China Int’l District Business Improvement Area)

Mandarin

Cantonese

Vietnamese

cidbizrelief@scidpda.org
Spokane Area Inland Northwest Business Alliance LGBTQ+ Business Chamber inba@inbachamber.org
Eastern & Central Washington Spokane Independent Metro Business Alliance (SIMBA) Underserved values-driven businesses mariah@spokaneindependent.org
Spokane Area AHANA Multi-Ethnic/Multi-Cultural Ahana.meba10@gmail.com
Statewide Sister Sky Inc. Native American Small Businesses

Sisterskyinc.com

monica@sisterskyinc.com

Tri-Cities Area Tri-Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Espanol SI necesita ayuda, por favor llamenos al 509-542-0933
Yakima Area La Casa Hogar Espanol info@lacasahogar.org

 

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