Helpful Links for the community during COVID-19 (updated)

The Cuyahoga County Stabilization Fund is also made up of loans for small business owners. Navigate the available lending tools by consulting the Stabilization Loan Chart. Review the chart to select a lender that best meets your needs.

For questions and more information:

Cleveland Pandemic Response
Cleveland Pandemic Response is a community-structured response association that is organizing volunteer efforts throughout the city. To become involved by signing up to participate aid visit here or contact or

HFLA will offer nontraditional financing for interest-free loans of up to $1,500 for purposes including (but not limited to): lost wages due to the unforeseen consequences of employment, unexpected child care expenses due to school closings, small business shortfalls, related medical costs. To apply visit, or call 216.378.9042.

Scholastic Classroom Magazines
Scholastic Classroom Magazines are offering online learning experiences at no cost for all age groups while students are studying at home. View their website here.

U-Haul is making available no-cost storage for college students that are impacted by university shutdowns. New customers with college IDs can take advantage of the free service for one month and is subject to availability. Click on to find the nearest site to you. Or, to take advantage of the offer, contact them by phone or visit in person.

Support Local Businesses
In order to give back to the community and keep local businesses alive, consider purchasing gift cards and certificates, online and in-store, to your favorite local shops and restaurants to continue the flow of income.  The benefit of purchasing gift cards is not only the act of giving back to the community now but the ability to redeem them for products or services later on.

Additional ways to support our community during COVID-19 can be found here.

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