Forty-five local businesses in Noblesville received the second round of the Noblesville Small Business Resilience Grants. Checks were distributed to businesses last week.
The grant was created to help small businesses and organizations with unmet immediate needs such as maintaining payroll, paying rent and utilities, paying for personal protective equipment and sanitation supplies and covering other expenses to remain operational and serve customers and clients. Based on financial need, the grants provided up to $10,000 per small business impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and $5,000 to local businesses that opened within the last year or received funding from the first round of grants.
“COVID-19 continues to impact our local business and how they operate safely, which is why we offered a second round of grants,” Noblesville Mayor Chris Jensen stated. “We want to make sure our local businesses have the tools they need to continue to keep our residents employed, to serve residents in the safest way possible, and to stay open for business.”
Recipients of the second round of grants were: 12 Stars Media, 9th Street Bistro, ABC Ballroom, Across the Pond, American Legion Post 45, Animal Arts Pet Grooming, Banter’s Fresh Meats, Barley Island, Bash Boutique, BeeFree Gluten Free, Bica Café, Biryani Hut, Books & Brews Noblesville, Caravan Classes, Certified Nails, Circle City Cleaners One, LLC, Grindstone Public House, Heavenly Sweets, Indiana Taekwondo Academy, Jim Dandy Restaurant, Karisma, LASH & Esthetic Studio, Lil Bloomers, Linden Tree, Ling’s Oriental Martial Arts, Lucky Star Restaurant, Maria’s Mexican Grill, Matteo’s Ristorante Italiano, Michaelangelo’s Italian Bistro, Morse Lake Nail and Spa, Noblesville Antiques on the Square, Primeval Brewing, Pure Barre, Revive Salon, Rowland Printing, Smith Jewelers, SmithHouse, Styles N Smiles Family Salon, Syd’s Bar and Grill, Texy Mexy, The Nesst, The Velvet Plum Vintage & Consignments, Thistlye & Thyme Home Store, Uptown Café and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6246.