Inslee Announces Even More Money for Small Business Grant Program

Date: December 07, 2020

December 11 deadline to apply for $20,000 state grants

UPDATE: Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has announced another $50 million in assistance will be made available in grants to small businesses affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This brings to $100 million the amount of money to be awarded in Round 3 of the state’s Working Washington Small Business Grant program. Applications are due by Friday, December 11. Click here to apply.

On November 25, the state of Washington announced it was making another round of grant money available to small businesses. NFIB Washington recommends checking out the details in this news release from the Washington State Department of Commerce.

“… Gov. Jay Inslee announced an additional $70 million for business grants,” according to the news release. “$50 million of that is for a new round of Working Washington business grants. The remainder will go toward funding all qualified businesses that applied in earlier rounds of our resiliency grant program. (NOTE: Businesses who applied for the resiliency grant program will not need to take any action).”

The maximum grant award is $20,000 and can only cover expenses or costs incurred due to COVID-19 and that were necessary to continue business operations. More information is available at


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