Small businesses are struggling to find relief during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Forbes, about 30 million small businesses across the United States are in trouble, with half that number blaming the pandemic for revenue decline. As states work to approve emergency funding measures for business owners, many companies are closing their doors and laying off staff. For many, the hope is that this will be a temporary situation rather than permanent.

Meanwhile, we’re in the present. Where can small businesses find relief right now? If you’re in need of help, this ever-growing list of resources may benefit your business.

SBA disaster assistance

Has your business or nonprofit been severely impacted by COVID-19? The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is working directly with state governors to provide disaster assistance loans to help those companies recover. These loans have low interest rates: the interest rate for small businesses is 3.75%; the interest rate for nonprofits is 2.75%.

These business disaster loans are provided through the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program, which will offer up to $2 million to small businesses in assistance. Additionally, loans provided to qualifying businesses may be used to pay fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable, and other small business bills. You may apply for a disaster assistance loan through the SBA website.

GoFundMe Small Business Relief Initiative

What happens when you partner GoFundMe, the world’s largest social fundraising platform, with Yelp, the company that connects people with great local businesses? You get a partnership that introduces small business owners to the Small Business Relief Initiative, a program to provide microgrants and fundraising tools to qualifying small businesses that have been negatively impacted by COVID-19.

Amazon’s Neighborhood Small Business Relief Fund

Is your small business struggling in the Seattle area? You may be able to find relief in Amazon’s $5 million Neighborhood Small Business Relief Fund. This fund was created to provide cash grants for businesses impacted by COVID-19 in and around the Seattle area.

As specified on the fund’s home page, eligible businesses include those with fewer than 50 employees or less than $7 million in annual revenue. Other eligible businesses include those with a physical presence  a few blocks away from Amazon’s office buildings, that are open to the general public, and are reliant on foot traffic for customers.