Small Business Disaster Relief

Disaster Support Resource Hub for Business Owners

Nobody should face a disaster alone. To help you prepare for these emergencies, you'll find helpful articles, types of disaster events and loans, an emergency financing guide and additional resource below. As always, you can also reach out to your team at Biz2Credit.

Biz2Credit Stands with Small Business Owners.

Biz2Credit stands with Small Business Owners affected by unforeseen events, emergencies and disasters. We can help small businesses secure funding through Biz2Credit's online funding platform, or by connecting you with a resource such as SBA financing to support your business during this time of need.

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Current Declared Disaster with Real Time Updates

The Small Business Administration (SBA) publishes a list of declared disasters for which business owners may be
able to apply for emergency relief financing as well as long-term recovery funding.

States Affected Incident Incident Period
1 FLORIDA Hurricane Ian 9/23/2022 and continuing
2 CALIFORNIA Severe Winter Storms, Flooding, Landslides, and Mudslides 12/27/2022 and continuing
3 CALIFORNIA Earthquake 12/20/2022 and continuing
See all declared disasters on the SBA website Source:

Types of Disaster Loans

Physical Disaster
  • Uninsured or underinsured property
  • Real estate, equipment and inventory
  • Maximum loan amount of $2 million
  • Supplemental of up to 20% ($400,000)
  • Maximum term of 30 years
  • Lender fees may apply
Economic Injury
Disaster Loans (EIDL)
  • Small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives and generally most private and nonprofit organizations
  • Maximum loan amount of $2 million
  • Maximum term of 30 years
  • Lender fees may apply

Helpful Articles on Disaster Relief from the Biz2Credit Blog

What is a Good Profit Margin for a Small Business?

What is a Good Profit Margin for a Small Business?

February 3, 2023

Running a small business can be a challenge at times. Revenue can fluctuate substantially. Hiring a good crew of employees can be difficult....

Pros & Cons of Buying a Vehicle for Your Small Business

Pros & Cons of Buying a Vehicle for Your Small Business

February 2, 2023

So, your small business is ready to get on the road! Whether you have a business geared at delivering goods or need to use a company car for...

Cost to Start a Sharetea Franchise?

Cost to Start a Sharetea Franchise?

February 1, 2023

Sharetea is a tea business that is developing its presence in countries all over the world. The business focuses on offering premium bubble ...

Emergency Financing Guide

Additional Resources


This federal small business loan program supports small businesses recovery from the COVID-19 disaster?s economic impacts by providing accessible and borrower-friendly capital.

Disaster Assistance

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) offers affordable financial help to businesses and private non-profit organizations in declared disaster areas. We provide help in the form of low-interest, long-term loans...

Emergency Planning

Launched in February 2003, Ready is a National public service campaign designed to educate and empower the American people to prepare for, respond to and mitigate emergencies, including natural and man-made disasters.

Note: The Disaster Support Resource Hub is a free resource maintained by Biz2Credit to assist business owners. Information and resources provided in the Disaster Support Resource Hub are for informational purposes only, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Biz2Credit or its partners. Biz2Credit is not a lender. Please note that financial products mentioned here, including government Disaster Loans, are not guaranteed and are issued at the sole discretion of the lender or government agency responsible.

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