In response to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on local businesses, Grow Wabash County is activating its Revolving Loan Fund to help our local business community survive the challenges brought on by these unprecedented situations. This program was seeded in the early 2000’s with funds from the USDA Rural Development and has funded numerous projects in Wabash County for almost 20 years.
Grow Wabash County, in partnership with the City of Wabash, will be offering Rapid Response loans with the intention of expediting the review process for loan requests of up to $7,500. Loan requests for over $7,500 will be available as well but will be subject to additional terms and requirements through our traditional revolving loan fund program, including receiving a DUNS number.
To help offset financial hardships faced due to the COVID-19 crisis such as:
Businesses operating in Wabash County, current on all taxes, are credit-worthy may qualify for either loan.
Complete the Grow Wabash County Revolving Loan Fund Application. Applications will be accepted until Wednesday, April 15.
After submitting the application, you must complete, sign and submit the following documents for verify eligibility. Click on the hyperlinks to download the documents. Completed forms can be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to Grow Wabash County at 214 South Wabash Street, Wabash, IN 46992.
The Grow Wabash County Loan committee will review each application and the accompanying documents before making its final determinations regarding loan awards, the preparation of loan agreements and documents, and the execution of those documents by all parties. *Due to limited funding available, we will select businesses that the committee feels will most benefit from this funding.
The Grow Wabash County Revolving Loan Fund is partially funded by a grant from the USDA-Rural Development. GWC provides equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, disability, citizen status, veteran status, military service, marital status or any other legally protected category as established by applicable law.
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