$10,000 Small Business Bushfire Support

$10,000 Small Business Bushfire Support

Apply now for a $10,000 Small Business Bushfire Support grant.

This new grant from the NSW Government covers income loss due to the bushfires and is now available in our local government area.

It’s for small businesses that have experienced a revenue drop of 40% or more over a three-month period, compared to the same period in the previous year, as a result of the recent bushfires.

The application process has been designed to be as simple as possible. It does not require you to upload documents as evidence.

Apply online here.


Service NSW can help with bushfire recovery.

If you run a small business that has been affected by the recent bushfires, Service NSW can help you with a range of services.

Contact their Business Concierge team on 137788 (or register online for a call back at a time that suits) they can get your business back on track by:
• helping you apply for this new $10,000 grant, as well as other grants and low interest loans
• replacing documents like licenses, permit and certificates
• connecting you with free local business advisors
• helping fill out forms, and reduce your paperwork

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