Disaster Relief - National Capital

Private Disaster Aid

We’re offering our entire network of capital and resources to provide assistance keeping your business online, up & running through tough times.

SBA 7(b) Economic Injury Disaster Relief Loans

Low interest capital you need to whether the storm, directly from the SBA.

SBA 7(a) Paycheck Protection Program

We are working with SBA approved lenders to rapidly process applications for these loans as soon as they become available.

What Programs Are Available?

National Capital Disaster Assistance

We are providing access to capital through ourselves and our lending partners. All you need to do is submit an application. We also have a network of professionals that we’re working with to provide low cost and financed services that can bring your business online. For more information, Call Us: (844) 7CAPITAL.

SBA 7(a) CARES Paycheck Protection Program Loans

President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act into law March 27, 2020. The SBA 7(a) CARES program is an expansion of existing SBA 7(a) programs.
If all employees are kept on payroll, businesses will be able to apply for forgiveness on any amount spent during the 8 week period post loan closing to cover payroll cost, rent payments or mortgage interest, and utility payments. Any amount spent after the 8 week period will not qualify for forgiveness. It is also anticipated that not more than 25% of the forgiven amount may be used for non-payroll costs.

SBA 7(b) Economic Injury Disaster Relief Loans (EIDL)

SBA 7(b) EIDLs are low-interest, fixed-rate loans available to all businesses who have been impacted by COVID-19 and other disasters. They include loans of up to $150,000. The amount is dependent on degree of of economic injury sustained by your business. This also includes an advance of $1,000 per employee, up to $10,000 that does not need to be paid back.

SBA Standard Loan Programs, including SBA 7(a) & 504

All SBA loan programs that existed prior to the COVID-19 disaster are still available. This includes the SBA 7(a) Standard Loan and 504c Loan programs.

We’re here to help you get through this time. Whatever that means.

The Federal Government is moving at a fast pace to build and launch relief programs to help members of the small business community.
We know you need more, so we’re pledging our entire network of resources to help you.
The rapid changes in proposals and existing programs have been making it hard for business owners to keep up with and understand the federal and private resources available to help them at this time.
We’re here to guide you through this.