UMKC, Kauffman Launch $100K Resiliency Grant Fund For Minority-Owned Businesses Hit By COVID

Startland News writes about the fund
A new $100,000 fund is expected to help minority-owned Kansas City businesses — left out of initial rounds of COVID-19 relief — to build resiliency and come back stronger as the pandemic persists. The grants are funded by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and administered by the UMKC Innovation Center in partnership with local financial institutions.

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Published: Aug 5, 2020

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