Updated 6 September 2021
The Victorian Government Small Business COVID-19 Hardship Fund is designed to assist small to medium businesses whose operations have been severely impacted by COVID restrictions from May 27, 2021 and:
The program offers grants of $20,000 to eligible small and medium businesses, including employing and non-employing businesses. This program will allow more businesses who have previously not received support, to receive financial relief now.
Applications are open from Thursday 12 August 2021 until program funds are exhausted or 11:59 pm on Friday 10 September 2021, whichever is earlier.
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