Berkeley Relief Fund

#berkeleyrelieffund
Community coming together to support small businesses, arts nonprofits, and residential tenants during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our businesses, nonprofits & residents need your help!

city of berkeley logoBerkeley City Council has approved $3 million for emergency relief grants to small businesses, nonprofit arts organizations, and residential tenants, that are hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.

We are hoping that the community will match this amount for those in need. Please make tax-deductible donation now.

Funds will be used only for emergency grants, and managed by the City of Berkeley.  Applicants in need can now apply.

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Goal = $3,000,000 (match the city funds)

East Bay Community Foundation Tax ID: 94-6070996

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7 hours ago
City Council will announce grant program tomorrow to help biz transition to operating outdoors. Berkeley relief fund was also reactivated on Black Friday (~$4.4M to date) "It's gonna be some time before...indoor dining is permitted," @JesseArreguin says. https://t.co/4IPg1kAGqD
1 day ago
The #BerkeleyCA community is coming together to support small businesses, arts nonprofits, and residential tenants during the COVID-19 pandemic. Take part!

https://t.co/5ucUqjchr6
3 days ago
City Council will announce grant program tomorrow to help biz transition to operating outdoors. Berkeley relief fund was also reactivated on Black Friday (~$4.4M to date) "It's gonna be some time before...indoor dining is permitted," @JesseArreguin says. https://t.co/4IPg1kAGqD
3 days ago
City Council will announce grant program tomorrow to help biz transition to operating outdoors. Berkeley relief fund was also reactivated on Black Friday (~$4.4M to date) "It's gonna be some time before...indoor dining is permitted," @JesseArreguin says. https://t.co/4IPg1kAGqD