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The Latin American Chamber of Commerce (LACC)
is supporting our local small businesses, and the greater community as we all work to navigate the COVID-19.
COVID-19 is affecting small businesses around the world and the LACC understands that many of our locally owned businesses are facing a period of uncertainty. While the LACC is unable to meet with you on a face to face appointments, we ask that you click on any of our financial business partners’ sites to assist your business in a time of need.
“ Together – We will get through this… ”
Juan Hernandez - LACC President
You would not want to miss! Have any question's please email us at:
Visit our Face Book Live today Thursday April 30, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.
Visite nuestro Face Book Live hoy jueves 30 de abril de 2020 at 4:00 p.m.
SBA U.S. Small Business Administration
We’re here to help you overcome the challenges created by this health crisis. We offer multiple funding options for those seeking relief. Read more below.
Notre Dame Federal Credit Union:
Recently passed federal legislation enables qualifying businesses and not-for-profits to receive significant financial relief. Please complete the form below to get started.
After you submit this initial form, you will receive a follow-up email with the required documents and information. We will contact you as quickly as possible once we receive all requested documentation.
1st Source Bank
Experiencing hardship? We are here to help.
"Our primary focus is on being here for you. If you need to talk with someone about your financial situation due to the pandemic, please reach out to us to explore options." - Chris Murphy, Chairman and CEO
Congresswoman Jackie Walorski
Supports Immediate Economic Relief for Workers, Families, and Small Businesses
President Signs Bipartisan Legislation That Includes Direct Cash Assistance, Expanded Unemployment Insurance, Forgivable Small Business Loans
La Casa de Admistad
Mantengamos a las Familias Seguras. El gobernador Eric J. Holcomb ordenó a Hoosiers que se quedaran en casa hasta el 7 de abril para evitar la propagación de COVID-19. En caso de que haga confusión en cuanto a lo que está o no está permitido, la oficina del gobernador ha proporcionado una lista de preguntas frecuentes y las respuestas.