We have been facing and dealing with unprecedented circumstances for our generation, your HCAC family is here to serve you more than ever before!
We have established a new digital platform to keep you informed on how the construction industry is adapting to this new normal. So now more than ever we urge to take the time to take advantage of the information and resources provided to prepare you for this new normal, so that you will be able to pivot and stay relevant in the coming year.
To help keep you informed on the latest safety developments, Builders Mutual have compiled a list of recent service updates and related resources. Read More
Print-only materials developed to support COVID-19 recommendations. All materials are free for download. Read More
The PPP is an SBA loan that helps businesses keep their workforce employed during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Learn all details here
With the reopening of the EIDL assistance and EIDL Advance application portal to all new applicants, additional small businesses and non-profits will be able to receive these long-term, low interest loans and emergency grants. Read More
Mecklenburg County’s COVID-19 toolkit provides detailed information for small business owners preparing to reopen their businesses to the public. Download the toolkit
To mitigate the economic impacts caused by COVID-19 for Mecklenburg County's most vulnerable businesses, the County has committed $1,000,000 of readily available, federal CDBG funds to create the Microbusiness Stabilization Fund. Read More
Mecklenburg County understands the difficulties faced by small businesses in response to COVID-19. The County is committed to stabilizing small businesses by providing loans before other Federal or State funds are available. Read More
The Small Business Center has moved its programming and free one-on-one business counseling to a virtual platform, including hosting bi-weekly free webinars to help business owners gain skills to pivot during this time.
The City of Durham and Duke University have partnered with Carolina Small Business Development Fund to establish the Durham Small Business Recovery Fund to provide loan and grant funds for small businesses adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Grants are ONLY available to businesses with $500,000 or less in revenue, according to the most recent available tax filing. Read More
The City of Durham has partnered with Carolina Small Business Development Fund to provide loan and grant funds for small businesses adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More