The health of our community and our small businesses are our utmost priority. We want to know how to best support you and your business in the midst of the news surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19). Please take a moment to lend your voice in this survey below.
Below are resources that can help you find answers to
employment and labor law questions.
For unemployment questions:
#IAmSmallBusiness The Movement
Join the #IAmSmallBusiness movement. The Asian Chamber has recently launched a social media campaign telling the stories of how local businesses have adjusted as a result of the impact of coronavirus, while also promoting their services/business.
Use the hashtag #IAmSmallBusiness and we will connect with you. Introduce yourself, tell us your thoughts and ask us how we can help. We understand that small businesses are the backbone of our economy. Let us know how we can help.
If you are interested in sharing your story, please complete the form below and a member of our team will reach out to you.
Read more on our blog for small business stories here.
KCRA 3, Shop Local Efforts
KCRA 3 Support Northern California Small Businesses by Shopping Local- Interactive List: Read More
Small Businesses can join the effort to showcase shopping local: Learn More
ABC 10's "Yes, We're Open"
Spread the word about small businesses open during distancing! To add your business on the listing:
Submit your contact info or submit a 10 second video on this site here.
Companies Doing Their Part
Here's what our corporate partners are doing in an effort to support all of those impacted by COVID-19.
To stay connected with official government announcements please visit the links below.
The SACC is actively working with legislators to influence law and regulatory changes that are impacting our businesses. Learn more about our work here.
Save our Local Restaurants
Support our local restaurants, coffee houses, breweries, etc. through this "Save Our Local Restaurants" crowdfunding campaign. Please consider donating here.
To apply for a "Save Our Local Restaurants" micro-grant, click here. (Application is now closed)
Toll-Free, In-Language Small Business COVID-19 Support Hotline
The Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce and the SACC have partnered to provide a free business support hotline for our small business community.Our team can answer general business questions, human resources and legal issues, and navigate borrowers through a variety of financing tools.The number for the hotline is 1-833-391-1919.
Stay up-to-date on major announcements from local, statewide,
and federal officials.
Paycheck Protection Program
The Paycheck Protection Program is a loan designed to provide a direct incentive for small businesses to keep their workers on the payroll.
Access to Capital
Small Business Triage Program
Loan packaging assistance
Credit enhancing services
For assistance, complete the intake form below and a member of our team will get back to you with more information.
Please note our operating hours are 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday.
Rapid Response Business Triage Hotline
The Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce and the SACC have partnered to provide a free business support hotline for our small business community.Our team can answer general business questions, human resources and legal issues, and navigate borrowers through a variety of financing tools.
The number for the hotline is 1-833-391-1919.
Read full press release on the Joint Launch of COVID-19 Rapid Response Web Resource and Business Triage Hotline.
So far we've awarded $116,000 to our minority-owned small businesses on our commercial corridors.
The SACC has partnered with a number of organizations on the Donate4Sacramento initiative, which is a City-wide effort to raise dollars for families in need, small businesses, unhoused neighbors, and nonprofits.
To learn more about Donate4Sacramento efforts click here.
List of Small Business Awardees click here
To support Donate4Sacramento click here