By Marcus Harris
Rural synagogues and Jewish non-profits should apply for PPP loans before June 30
The last three months have challenged America’s synagogues and religious non-profits as the coronavirus closed doors and changed the traditional mediums of ministry. While your teams navigated unknown waters, the U.S. Small Business Administration stepped up to offer a lifeline. Through the creation of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) – which includes eligibility for faith-based…
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