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Most recent round of MGCC grants increases total direct financial support to over $650 million to 14,402 businesses
4/01/2021
  • Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development
  • Office of Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito

Media Contact for Baker-Polito Administration Awards More Than $2.3 Million in Grants to 51 Additional Businesses for COVID Relief

Michael Verseckes, Director of Media and Public Relations

BOSTONToday, the Baker-Polito Administration announced approximately $2.3 million in awards for 51 additional businesses in the twelfth round of COVID-19 relief grants administered by the Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation (MGCC). As in prior rounds, each grant recipient meets sector or demographic priorities set for the grant programs administered by MGCC. 
 
With the addition of this round of grants, the Administration has awarded more than $650 million in direct financial support to 14,402 businesses across the Commonwealth. Grants for this round were awarded to 13 minority-owned, and 21 woman-owned, businesses; 17 recipients are located in Gateway Cities, and 21 businesses have not received any prior aid.
 
MGCC also recently announced the availability of funding to support non-profits that offer technical assistance designed to help existing small businesses recover and thrive post COVID-19, as well as community development financial institutions that will back the recovery, resiliency and growth of small businesses in underserved communities through matching capital.​

Media Contact for Baker-Polito Administration Awards More Than $2.3 Million in Grants to 51 Additional Businesses for COVID Relief

Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development 

The Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development promotes vibrant communities, growing businesses, and a strong middle class.

Office of Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito

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