Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Technical Assistance
FREE Technical Assistance
MNA and Co.act Detroit are offering technical assistance to guide your organization through the labyrinth of application and reporting requirement for the: (i) First and Second-Draw PPP borrowing applications; (ii) PPP loan forgiveness applications; (iii) Employee Retention Credit qualification; and, (iv) Targeted EIDL Advance application preparation. Don’t hesitate to ask for assistance. Meet with Bob Weins from Insights 3 for the 45-minute initial interview.
Partner PPP Lenders for Nonprofits
Applying for loans under the new Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) can be confusing and time-consuming. In partnership with Insights 3, Co.act Detroit, Opportunity Resource Fund, Apparatus Solutions, and Community Reinvestment Fund (Detroit), we are excited to offer two pathways of support to simplify your submission process.
We recommend this path if you are a nonprofit and your bank is not taking PPP loans. Pathway 1 is a partnership between the City of Detroit, the Community Reinvestment Fund (CRF), and Apparatus Solutions.
Step 1: Complete a questionnaire.
Step 2: Receive a welcome email to create a secure login to the application portal.
Step 3: Prepare and upload required documentation with support.
Step 4: Submission of the loan through the Community Reinvestment Fund.
Technical assistance from Apparatus Solutions includes: determining if you qualify for a PPP loan; calculating the maximum loan amount; application and documentation preparation; and, loan submission through the Community Reinvestment Fund.
Click to begin the process: Community Reinvestment Fund (CRF) (Detroit)
This path is best for nonprofits that did not apply for a PPP loan in 2020 or if you need help applying/submitting your Second-Draw PPP loan to your bank.
Step 1: Set up a technical assistance appointment through our portal (see below).
Step 2: During the appointment, you will be guided through the loan application and documentation process.
Step 3: Upon completion of the application, we will help submit your application to your bank or, if your bank is not accepting PPP loan applications, to the Opportunity Resource Fund (a nonprofit SBA qualified lender).
*Any registered nonprofit in Michigan is eligible to participate in either pathway.