Main Street Relief Fund 2.0

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October 19, 2020

Main Street Relief Fund 2.0

Governor Chris Sununu has authorized the allocation and expenditure of $100 million from the federal CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Fund for New Hampshire’s Main Street Relief Fund 2.0. The effort is designed to continue providing economic support to New Hampshire small businesses suffering from business interruptions as a result of COVID-19. The application period begins today (Monday, Oct. 19), and the deadline to submit a completed application is 4 p.m. on Oct. 30.

For the MSRF 2.0 page, including application information and a link to frequently asked questions, click here.

MSRF 2.0 supports: 1. businesses that did not receive grants from the initial round of MSRF or the General Assistance & Preservation (GAP) Fund; and 2. businesses that received grants of less than the maximum $350,000 from the initial round of MSRF or the GAP Fund, if eligible according to the program criteria. Businesses that received a Self Employed Livelihood Fund (SELF) grant are NOT eligible for MSRF 2.0.

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