Dallas has hundreds of resources meant to support startups, small businesses, and nonprofits - but it's not always easy to find them. B.U.I.L.D helps you easily find programs such as funding, mentorship, incubators, and more that meet your specific needs.
Dallas Forward is a coalition of private and public partners dedicated to inclusive and long-term growth in the Dallas community. The Dallas small business support ecosystem is ready to provide coaching and technical assistance for your specific needs.
The Dallas Regional Chamber will provide updated information designed to help you and your business navigate global health updates, public safety concerns, remote working and telecommuting, data security risks, communication strategies and more
Visit Fort Worth has resources for small business support during COVID-19 including loan assistance, financial aid for creative industries and information on childcare resources and counseling services. Check back often for updated links and information.
The City of Dallas is closely monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on the small business community, working closely with local, state and federal partners. They are providing information they hope will help you navigate these challenging times.
Say Yes to Dallas and the Dallas Regional Chamber, with partners across North Texas, are connecting workers displaced by the COVID-19 outbreak. Several organizations are hiring large numbers of employees.
The Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is closely monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis and its impact on the community. The GDHCC will continue to monitor the situation and provide timely updates, collaborate with partners for the betterment of the community and remain active in advocacy efforts.
The LiftFund Dallas/Fort Worth WBC is dedicated to supporting business owners, especially women and minorities, through business education and business consulting, to overcome setbacks caused by COVID-19.
The Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce is monitoring the COVID-19 situation, and committed to providing its members with accurate information, useful tools and resources that allow business owners to operate their businesses effectively.
The Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is committed to helping members and the Fort Worth business community navigate through these uncertain times, with resources that provide helpful information to navigate the current situation.
This program is designed to rapidly provide financial assistance to “traditional” small businesses (i.e., those with no more than 100 employees) that have been adversely affected by the current pandemic.
The City of Fort Worth is providing an extensive list of funding programs, including federal, regional and local loans and grants, as well as support for all small businesses, creatives and restaurants, and women and minority-owned businesses.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is here to help business owners overcome the challenges created by this health crisis. They offer multiple funding options for entrepreneurs and small business owners seeking relief.
The Texas Woman's University Center for Women Entrepreneurs StartHER Grant Program helps women business owners—current or aspiring—to undertake new and innovative projects. Up to 10 business owners will be selected to each receive a $5,000 grant.
Led by Hello Alice, with the support of Verizon and Mastercard, and small business owners and advocates across America, Business for All provides $10,000 to $50,000 grants, expert mentorship, a strong community and a comprehensive suite of small business resources.
The Governor's Economic Development & Tourism Office staff and community partners continue to work together to provide direct assistance and resource referrals to Texas businesses to overcome this crisis.
Health and government officials are working together to maintain the safety, security, and health of the American people. Small businesses are encouraged to do their part to keep their employees, customers and themselves healthy.