Senator Santarsiero Announces $400,000 in Awards to Local Businesses Through COVID-19 Working Capital Access Program
BUCKS COUNTY – Mayo 5, 2020 – State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) announced the award of $400,000 to four businesses in his district from Department of Community and Economic Development’s (DCED) COVID-19 Working Capital Access Program (CWCA).
Briarwood Recreation located in Furlong, Baldwin Publishing located in Washington Crossing, Gemini Plastics located in Fallsington, and Roger S. Wright Furniture located in Hilltown Township each received the maximum amount of $100,000 through this program.
“I was pleased to see four local businesses in my district receive funding from DCED,” said Sen. Santarsiero. “With each round of CWCA funding, more and more businesses are receiving the resources they need to support their businesses during these unprecedented times. I encourage local businesses to continue to apply for these, and other resources, made available through the state.”
El Programa CWCA está administrado por la Autoridad de Desarrollo Industrial de Pensilvania (PIDA) y proporciona financiación de capital circulante crítico a las pequeñas empresas ubicadas dentro de la Commonwealth que se ven afectadas negativamente por el brote de COVID-19. Para más información sobre el programa CWCA, visite el sitio web del DCED.