Columbus-Franklin County Small Business Recovery Fund Application Process Now Closed

Thank you for your interest in the Columbus-Franklin County Small Business Recovery Fund. The application portion of the fund closed at 9 pm today (May 23rd). Please visit SmallBusinessRecoveryGrant.com for updates.

The St. John Learning Center was pleased to be a partner in promoting this grant opportunity to small businesses. We wish all the applicants well. Small businesses are such an important part of our community!

Please stay tuned for our St. John Learning Center Small Business Workshop series this fall, which will include a variety of useful information, from grants and loans to marketing to taxes. Subscribe to our page for updates or follow us on social media or on Eventbrite (links to all on website menu).

Columbus-Franklin County Small Business Recovery Fund Grant Applications Reopening for Final Wave Monday, May 23, 2022

Columbus-Franklin County Small Business Recovery Fund Grant Applications Reopening for Final Wave Monday, May 23

Grants up to $10,000 Available.

The third and final wave for Columbus-Franklin County Small Business Recovery Fund grants launches on Monday, May 23. Applications will be accepted from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at SmallBusinessRecoveryGrant.com.

Qualifying businesses impacted by COVID can get grants up to $10,000, specifically those in underserved communities and/or are minority-owned businesses, disadvantaged businesses and veteran-owned businesses.

Application Support for Small Business Owners Provided:
As part of the grant application process, business owners will be matched with an Entrepreneur Support Organization (ESO) to assist them in the grant process.

Learn more and apply on May 23 at SmallBusinessRecoveryGrant.com

Columbus-Franklin County Small Business Grant

The St. John Learning Center is working with the Small Business Development Center at Columbus State to make people aware of the City of Columbus-Franklin County Small Business Recovery Fund, which provides grants for small businesses affected by the pandemic.

The grant application process opens again at 9 am on May 23rd. Be sure to sign up as soon as it opens (if you at least start your application, it counts) as spaces go fast. And be sure to mention St. John Learning Center as your referral source. The application portal will be open from 9 am to 9 pm on May 23rd.

PLEASE NOTE THAT, DUE TO HIGH DEMAND, IT HAS NOW BEEN DECIDED THAT THIS WILL BE THE LAST TIME APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THIS GRANT PROCESS. SO, GET YOUR APPLICATIONS IN ON MAY 23RD BETWEEN 9 AM AND 9 PM.

The link for the application is:

sbdccolumbus.com/columbus-franklin-county-recovery-grant/

Stop the Stigma: Mental Health and Wellness

Stop the Stigma
A Round Table Series on Mental Health and Wellness

Sponsored by the St. John Learning Center

Location:
St. John Community Center
640 South Ohio Ave.
Columbus Ohio

Fear, shame or rejection from family, friends and society are the most common reasons why individuals fail to seek mental health services. It is also the definition of stigma.

Mental health stigmas have an adverse effect on the well-being of individuals, families and communities. It is time to stop the stigma.

These round table discussions are designed to educate you on the benefits of mental health services and create the path to wellness.

Velecia Luckette, LPCC-S, is working with the St. John Learning Center to present this series.

Topics:

What is Mental Health?
May 19, 2022 @ noon

Dealing with Feelings of Anger
June 16, 2022 @ noon

For more information, email sjlc.coodinator@gmail.com or call (614) 547-2171.

To register, go to the St. John Learning Center Eventbrite page:

eventbrite.com/o/st-john-learning-center-22982702594

City of Columbus-Franklin County Small Business Recovery Grant

The St. John Learning Center is working with the Small Business Development Center at Columbus State Community College, the City of Columbus, and Franklin County to make people aware of the City of Columbus-Franklin County Small Business Recovery Fund, which provides grants for small businesses affected by the pandemic.

The grant application process opens again at 9 am on April 11th. See flyer below for more details. And be sure to mention St. John Learning Center as your referral source.

The link for the application is:

Email Issues

Please be aware that someone is sending spam out claiming to be the St. John Learning Center Coordinator. Please double check the actual email address before you reply to something, and please do not download any attachments unless it is something you are sure is from the St. John Learning Center Coordinator.

Our apologies for the inconvenience. It is unfortunate that there are people out there constantly trying to do things like this. Always be cautious downloading attachments, and make sure your computer/laptop and phone antivirus/anti-malware is up-to-date. Thanks.

St. John Learning Center Winter Workshops

The St. John Learning Center winter class schedule is set. On site computer classes are back in session (but please call ahead to register in case public health guidelines change or in case of closures due to the holidays). G.E.D. classes are ongoing. And, the Start Your Own Business workshop series begins again in February.