It's a Hurricane Sandy business recovery program that Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno was promoting when she made a visit to Fair Haven recently.
And, through a workshop, people can get help with their applications all day Monday in Sea Bright at the United Methodist Church on Ocean Avenue.
More than $250 million in federal money has been funneled through the state Economic Development Authority (EDA) to revive businesses in those counties hardest hit by Sandy, such as Monmouth.
Through what have been dubbed Stronger NJ grants and forgivable loans, funds of up to $50,000 for each small business location are available through the EDA. If there are several small business locations affected, owners may be eligible for up to $250,000. The application process is underway.
People are invited to show up from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the church or schedule an appointment by contacting state representative Patience Purdy calling 609-858-6924 or emailing her at email@example.com.