Do you run a nonprofit? Own a small business? Are you self-employed? Have you applied for funding under the Paycheck Protection Program? If you said yes to any of those things, you may want to check out the Campaign for Southern Equality’s webinar, held Wednesday, April 15: A Q&A on the Paycheck Protection Program, with Slater Solomon, CPA.
About the Webinar
The Paycheck Protection Program is a federal funding program to provide pandemic relief to nonprofits, self-employed individuals and small businesses (under 500 employees). Funding can cover 8 weeks of average payroll, plus some other expenses like rent and utilities. The funding comes as a Small Business Administration loan, administered through your bank, and then the loan is forgiven (turning it into a grant) if you keep employees on payroll through June.
On April 15, the Campaign for Southern Equality’s Craig White moderated a question and answer session with Slater Solomon, owner and Certified Public Accountant at Corliss and Solomon, PLLC. We talked about who qualifies for the PPP and tips for making a successful application.
Watch the Webinar
About The Front Porch
This event is part of “The Front Porch: Virtual Gatherings for the #LGBTQSouth,” a new initiative from the Campaign for Southern Equality to support LGBTQ Southerners through the unique challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Virtual programming will include community support groups, skill-sharing and skill-building workshops, and presentations from practitioners in their fields. All members of the CSE community are invited to join. Information about each webinar from The Front Porch series – including dial-in information, is available at www.southernequality.org/frontporch.