Matching Grants

Grant reimburses up to 50% of eligible cost – up to $5,000 per applicant.
Through funding from the County of Racine, a Matching Grant Program (MGP) was established with the goal of providing a means for existing small and medium-sized companies to obtain the professional services necessary for a strong foundation for continued business growth and to provide jobs for Racine County residents.

Grant reimburses up to 50% of eligible cost – up to $10,000 per applicant.
Through funding from the City of Burlington, a Matching Grant Program (MGP) was established with the goal of providing a means for small and medium-sized for-profit and non-profit organizations to establish a new operation, expand an existing operation or construct or improve a facility for lease to business(es) located in the City of Burlington.

Business Lending Partners (BLP) provides up-front eligibility screening services to determine if a small business meets the general criteria to qualify for an SBA loan.

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    Join BLP at the 31st Annual Wisconsin Lenders Conference on May 20th and 21st.

    April 2021 SBA 504 Rates

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    This event will highlight available financial programs for City of Racine business owners.

    January 2021 SBA 504 Rates

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    RCEDC’s mission is to grow Racine County’s property tax base and by supporting business expansions, provide employment opportunities to Racine County residents. Over the last three years the RCEDC staff assisted 72 projects that, when completed, will result in 1,000’s of new full time jobs, and will substantially boost local property tax revenues. Your investment allows RCEDC staff to continue these positive efforts.

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