A Conshohocken-specific fund has been established within the Pennsylvania 30 Day Fund to provide $3,000 forgivable loans to businesses within the 19428 zip code. While the Pennsylvania 30 Day Fund is focused on all of Pennsylvania, 100% of the money raised through the Strengthen the Curve Fund will be dispersed to local businesses. This is a similar program to the Barstool Fund.
Businesses that qualify for assistance from the fund are:
- Small businesses that employ three to 30 people;
- Based in the 19428 zip code and have been operating for at least one year;
- Owned and operated by a Pennsylvania resident.
Local businesses are asked to complete an application and a local committee consisting of business and community leaders will determine which businesses will receive the funding. Serving on this committee are attorney Paul Bucco of Davis Bucco, Joe Callahan, CEO of Ciright, and Father Thomas Heron of Saint Matthew Parish.
For every $3,000 raised, one local business gets funded.
We are excited to announce that three local business owners have committed to match the first $1,500 in donations made by Friday, January 29th at 11:59 p.m. (online donations only). So if $1,500 is raised by the end of Friday, we can fund the first business.
To make a donation online, click here and be sure to include “Conshohocken” under “add a message or comment.” To make a donation by check, make payable to Pennsylvania 30 Day Fund, Inc. and write “Conshohocken” in the memo. Send to:
Pennsylvania 30 Day Fund, Inc.
c/o Lauren Gottshall
4029 West Tilghman Street
Allentown, PA 18104
MoreThanTheCurve.com, its ownership, and its employees are not part of this selection committee. MoreThanTheCurve.com’s parent company, Burb Media, does not qualify for a loan. We are strictly promoting the Strengthen the Curve Fund and the opportunity to donate.
If you feel you forgot to add “Conshohocken” to an online donation or check, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make sure it gets counted towards the Strengthen the Curve Fund.