Let’s support small businesses together.
We’re committed to doing all we can to help businesses and individuals impacted by COVID-19.
To start, we’ve donated $1 Million to LISC to fund support for small businesses, including grants.
And we’re not done yet. Join us in making a difference.
Here’s how you can get involved.
Hear stories from
some of our members.
Groark Boys BBQ: Member since 2013
It’s not just about mouthwatering BBQ. It’s about giving back to the frontline heroes of their South Jersey community.
Juice Palm & Con Quesos: Member since 2015
His passion has turned today’s challenges into a renewed focus on what really matters—health, happiness, and the community he loves.
Wild About Learning Academy: Member since 1999
They stay open for the families of Northwest Arkansas that need quality childcare service now more than ever.
All of the above stories are sponsored by Sam’s Club.
The Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) is one of the country’s largest social enterprises that helps bring greater economic opportunity to communities across America. Sam’s Club invested $1 million with LISC, which includes support for the LISC Rapid Relief and Resiliency Fund. The donated funds will provide technical assistance to help small businesses and organizations navigate the range of public and private financial assistance programs. LISC will also provide grants of up to $10,000, with particular emphasis on small businesses in historically underserved communities, especially those owned by women, minorities and veterans.
Here are more ways you can help.
We’ve also partnered with Feeding America® to help local food banks.
Feeding America® is the largest domestic hunger-relief organization in the United States, providing meals to more than 40 million people each year. Through the Fight Hunger. Spark Change. campaign, Sam’s Club is partnering with suppliers and customers to help Feeding America® and local food banks meet the increased need resulting from COVID-19. Donate directly online or purchase a participating product to unlock a donation from the supplier to your local food bank.
for your small business.
Paycheck Protection Program
SBA provides federal loans that are forgiven if businesses use funds to cover eligible operating expenses during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
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