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Nebraska CARES Act funds are still available to livestock producers, charitable organizations, licensed health providers and centers of worship now through Nov. 13.
The grants, administered by the Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED) and the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) with federal CARES Act funding, provide qualified livestock producers, charitable organizations, licensed health providers and centers of worship with working capital to pay for operational expenses and PPE, with the purpose of helping sustain them during the economic downturn or preparing them to bounce back.
There is no fee to apply for the grants, and, with a nearing deadline of Nov. 13, it is recommended to apply as soon as possible. Grant payments are expected to be released before Dec. 28, with award recipients notified by Nov. 25.
Applications are now live. For more information, go to: https://coronavirus.nebraska.gov/Programs&Grants?utm_source=Omaha%20World%20Herald&utm_medium=Sponsored%20Article&utm_campaign=Cares%20Grants&utm_content=SponsoredContent