The Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business (@CASEatDuke) has launched a website, to provide a searchable database of grants, loans and other cash equivalents that can help entrepreneurs, nonprofits and businesses anywhere in the world. Relief resources are listed at global, national and regional levels.

Billions of dollars are available—ranging from $2,500 grants to a total of $14 billion in loan funds earmarked by the World Bank and the IFC.

- Many of the resources are governmental. The federal relief bill in Congress has gotten a lot of press, but states and cities have sprung into action as well. There are so many new programs that @CASEatDuke lists other organ...
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Billions of dollars are available—ranging from $2,500 grants to a total of $14 billion in loan funds earmarked by the World Bank and the IFC.

- Many of the resources are governmental. The federal relief bill in Congress has gotten a lot of press, but states and cities have sprung into action as well. There are so many new programs that @CASEatDuke lists other organizations’ lists and will continue to update those lists. One site recommended for comprehensive state-level resources is "Gusto."
- Corporations are acting fast as well, but few have dedicated significant funds to entrepreneurs. Take a look at the list, Just Capital, that includes those that do.
- Foundations are extremely active as new collaboratives, especially for grants with flexible terms.
- National-level data is heavy on U.S. and U.K. resources. Information on programs specific to countries in Asia, Africa and the rest of Europe is needed. Send suggestions to: https://bit.ly/SuggestCOVID19Relief.
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Stage 4: Transition to Scale

Focus Areas:

Crowdsourcing and Open Source and Data/Analytics

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