Welcome to the
Providence Rescue Plan
Over the next three years, Providence will receive $166 million dollars from the U.S. Treasury to make a once-in-a-generation, transformative investment in our City’s future. Rescue Plan funds can be used to respond to the COVID-19 public health emergency or its negative economic impacts.
Organizations or individuals who have detailed, proposed uses of funds for the Providence Rescue Plan are invited to submit proposals.
Apply for a Small Business Grant
Beginning October 15, 2021, you are eligible to apply for a microgrant of $2,500 if your business was negatively impacted by COVID-19. The grant program is made possible with the City’s American Rescue Plan funding.
The COVID-19 pandemic created an economic and public health crisis, especially felt in Providence’s hardest hit communities. People of color, immigrants and low-wage workers in Providence, and across the state, are facing a deep economic crisis.
The City of Providence is committed to a recovery that centers racial equity, sustainability, and an inclusive economy. The Providence Rescue Plan is part of a federal coordinated effort to bring direct and immediate relief to families and workers.
A Resiliency and Recovery Task Force has been formed to provide recommendations on how to use this money to the City of Providence. The COVID-19 Recovery and Resiliency Task Force is made up of Providence community leaders who are committed to community engagement and ensuring that funding spent through the Providence Rescue Plan goes where it is needed most.
Democracy only works when we engage. Do not miss this opportunity to make your voice heard.
Give feedback on Providence’s Rescue Plan Funding.
Take our 5-Minute Survey Today!
Dé su opinión sobre los fondos del Plan de Rescate de Providence. ¡Responda a nuestra encuesta ahora! Solo tomara 5 minutos.
Providence Rescue Plan Survey Results
Upcoming Events in the Community
Join City officials, Task Force members and community leaders at upcoming community events in neighborhoods throughout the City.
Community events will be held throughout this process and can be found on the events calendar below. These public-forum style events allow you to speak directly to city council members, task force members, and community leaders in a less formal setting, allowing for open back-and-forth discussion.
Look for a community event held near you below.