The Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance is committed to working with regional small businesses and non-profits during the continued uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, commonly known as Coronavirus. NEPA Alliance is working with state and federal agencies to offer loan assistance programs to Northeastern Pennsylvania businesses and non-profits. NEPA Alliance can assist local businesses and non-profits essential to prevent larger issues as the summer season approaches.
The Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance is currently partnering with federal and state agencies to ensure small businesses and non-profits in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania have available resources accessible to them through the coronavirus crisis. This includes help with the U.S. Small Business Administration low-interest federal disaster loan program for working capital to small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). In addition, NEPA Alliance also has numerous business loan programs that offer low fixed interest rates to businesses in the 7-county region of Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Please contact NEPA Alliance at 866-758-1929 for up-to-date information or www.nepa-alliance.org. Information is continually changing relating to the virus and the assistance programs that are being offered may change. NEPA Alliance will continue to evaluate all available options to best serve the Northeastern Pennsylvania business community.
About the NEPA Alliance
The NEPA Alliance, a regional community and economic development agency, serves the seven counties of Northeastern Pennsylvania including Carbon, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, Pike, Schuylkill and Wayne. NEPA Alliance services include Business Financing, Government Contracting Assistance, International Trade Assistance, Non Profit Assistance, Transportation Planning, Research and Information, and Local Government Services. For more information about NEPA Alliance visit www.nepa-alliance.org or call 866-758-1929. “This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”