Grants give Michigan City businesses a fighting chance

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Michigan City businesses affected by the pandemic can now apply for the Michigan City Fighting Chance Fund.

Eligible businesses will be awarded with a grant of up to $5,000, which can be used on expenses like operating costs or employee wages.

Businesses must be in good standing with the Indiana Secretary of State in regard to taxes, licenses and code compliance, and must be in operation for a minimum of six months in Michigan City.

Preference will be given to businesses with strong community or youth program ties, those focused on hiring COVID-affected individuals and those that have not received their government assistance.

Applications can be filled out online by clicking here, and should be emailed to Applications will be accepted through December 4, with recipients notified during the week of December 7.

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