Arizona COVID-19 Business Resources

Be informed, get engaged, and support organizations doing important work to keep our communities safe and healthy.

Arizona Together


Arizona government’s official site for access to resources that can help support families and businesses in this time of need.

Local First: Arizona Funding Resource Center


Local First Arizona’s list of funding resources for small businesses with descriptions of key benefits and direct links to the resources.

Disaster Loan Assistance Application


Federal Disaster Loans for Businesses, Private Non-profits, Homeowners and Renters

Coronavirus Emergency Loans Small Business Guide and Checklist


The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has issued this guide to help small businesses and self-employed individuals check eligibility and prepare to file for a loan.

Qualified SBA Lenders in Arizona


List of qualified small business lenders in Arizona, including conventional Banks, Credit Unions, Small Business Lending Companies, SBA funded Microlenders, and more.

City of Phoenix Resources


Continuously updated resources for Phoenix businesses, the workforce, and residents relating to the Coronavirus COVID-19 health emergency.

The Small Business Owner's Guide to the CARES Act


A complete guide to the programs and initiatives in the Coronavirus Air, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

DTPHX Resources


DTPHX resources including small business help from various organizations, employment opportunities, way to support the community, Phoenix Community alliance advocacy alerts, and fact sheets about COVID-19.

How 850zip Businesses are Helping

Switch Restaurant

Providing Free Meals for Seniors

Switch Restaurant is giving back to the Phoenix community by providing free meals to seniors and anyone who can’t get out and compromise their health. “In this time of uncertainty, we’ve got to help each other,” said Chef Jason, who is personally delivering meals himself. 

After the closure of all restaurant dining rooms, Switch’s Owner and Chef, Jason Peterson stopped offering take-out orders when the volume was not sufficient to justify having his staff on site everyday for the hours required. Rather than throw away the food at the restaurant, Chef Jason chose to give away free meals to seniors and other people who were most in need of help, those who are unable to get out and shop themselves due to compromised immune systems.

Elevate Yoga

Virtual Yoga Classes with a "Pay What You Can Afford" Option

Social distancing prevents classes from being held in the studio, so Brandi and Amber changed their business model and executed virtual class offerings.

An unlimited weekly virtual pass is only $25, but they also provide a “pay what you can afford” option for those who need it. This pass gets you unlimited attendance in livestream classes as well as access to their replay library. You can also purchase an “E-Gift Certificate” for yourself or someone else. 

What they’re offering is more than just yoga, it’s a combination of community, connection, movement and meditation.

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