We at Baltimore SourceLink have created this portal of resources specific to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak to help you stay informed, safe, and sane.
As COVID-19 progresses and communities become increasingly concerned with ways to slow and manage the spread of the virus, many startups and small businesses are suffering through a loss of sales, a decrease in supplies, responsibilities associated with employment, and concerns for their own health and safety.
***Note that resources listed are for informational purposes only. SourceLink does not provide legal or medical advice.***
Need business help right now? We’re here for you!
Our hotline is—and will continue to be—open for your questions. You can still talk to real people and get relevant resources to help your business in general and throughout the outbreak of the coronavirus. Give us a call at 443-451-7160.
Here is a list of resources that can help Baltimore startups, entrepreneurs, and small business owners take the first steps to find support through local and national organizations:
Small Business Resource Center- Call 443-451-7160 or visit https://www.sbrcbaltimore.com/
Baltimore Together https://www.baltimoretogether.com/
Loyola Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is offering virtual consultations-https://www.loyola.edu/department/center-innovation-entrepreneurship/community-involvement/loyola-crisis-navigators
*** If you are currently working with an SBA lender, please continue to do so. However, if you do not have an approved SBA lender, feel free to apply for funding using the Lendistry link below***
List of SBA Lenders: http://baltimoredevelopment.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/SBA-Lenders-in-MD.pdf
This list is being constantly updated. Know of a resource that you think should be listed? Email Naomi.firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know about it!