Many of the Chamberís divisions have shifted their priorities to meet the needs of members during this unprecedented time.
The Chamber will host a second call at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24 to give businesses information they need to make critical decisions during this pandemic.
Whether you need a small business loan or need to know where your kids can get fed while school is out, we have a lengthy list. Learn more about what weíve compiled and go ahead and bookmark that page. Itís going to keep growing.
Several nonprofits had to cancel their largest fundraising events because of social distancing rules related to COVID-19. See why those organizations are still in need and consider donating to them.
There is no lack of creativity in this crazy time. Our small businesses and attractions are showing what makes this city amazing virtually. From live concerts to collection tours, see what you can see this week.
To qualify, businesses and non-profits must have a physical presence in Oklahoma, must have suffered or are likely to suffer substantial economic injury as a result of the pandemic, must be independently owned and operated, must not have credit available elsewhere and must meet size standards required by SBA.
In addition to gathering paperwork, business owners can set up their user name and password at disasterloan.sba.gov and click ďApply online.Ē Owners can also start filling out the application to have it ready to file once the portal opens.