Greystone is committed to assisting our customers and stakeholders during the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Below please find a list of resources which may be of assistance.
Please note that Greystone has not independently verified the claims or services of any of the below linked resources and cannot assist with inquiries about or in preparation of any claims or applications for relief or assistance under any programs or offers. Our purpose is simply to provide these links for your information and use, and by doing so, we offer no opinions, representations or warranties on their content, applicability for a particular purpose, timeliness, or legal or tax ramifications. Greystone does not endorse any of the resources provided and holds no interest in and receives no compensation therefrom and further Greystone shall have no liability or responsibility in connection with such resources and any claims or applications for relief or assistance submitted under any programs or offers described in the resources.
Please note this list will be updated regularly as new resources are identified.
This resource guide provides small businesses with a directory of available resources on both a national and local level.
This section of the IRS website provides information designed to help taxpayers, businesses and others affected by the coronavirus.
This website provides guidance for businesses and employers on COVID-19 related government assistance programs, including guidance on resources available from the CARES Act.
This website describes loans which may be immediately available to eligible businesses and non-profits with no payments due for the first 6 months.
This resource provides a directory of commercial banks that have extended special terms to customers in recognition of hardships presented by COVID-19.
This website provides a directory of resources that may be helpful to subway performers and other artists who have been negatively impacted by COVID-19.
This website provides recommended COVID-19 preparation and response strategies for employers.
This resource provides 4-year loans to eligible small and mid-sized businesses.
This resource provides a searchable database for capital relief including grants, loans, and other cash equivalents for entrepreneurs for COVID-19 impacted businesses.
This resource provides guidance from the Centers for Disease Control on best practices to reopen retail food establishments during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New York Resources
This webpage is the State of New York’s main website for all COVID-19 related actions being taken by the State.
This webpage includes links to various programs administered by the City of New York to provide relief to small businesses in the City that have been adversely impacted by COVID-19.
This resource provides information on the applicability of Business Interruption Insurance to Novel Coronavirus-related claims.
This website provides detailed directives applicable to businesses operating in New York City for both businesses and individuals.
New Jersey Resources
This resource provides a comprehensive directory of Coronavirus-related resources available at the state level for businesses in New Jersey.
This website provides a directory of resources and programs available under the New Jersey Economic Recovery Act of 2020.
This website provides a directory of job openings deemed “essential” by the State of NJ during the Coronavirus pandemic.
This webpage provides an overview of the resources available to employees in NJ who have been adversely impacted by COVID-19.
This webpage provides an overview of resources available to businesses adversely impacted by COVID-19.
This webpage serves as the Commonwealth’s homepage for all COVID-19 related information.
This webpage provides an overview of resources available to businesses within the Commonwealth that have been negatively impacted by COVID-19.
This website provides information on the Massachusetts Department of Career Service’s Rapid Response Team, a government service that provides layoff aversion and early intervention services for companies and their employees.
This program provides grants to cover rent, payroll, and other working expenses for small businesses in the City of Boston impacted by COVID-19.
This website contains the City of Boston’s operational recommendations for businesses, employers, and commercial landlords for return-to-work strategies for office workplaces.
This resource is an online pilot program to help minority-owned small businesses “get-back-to-business safely”. Provides 4-6 week trainings and mentorship.
This website provides print versions of mandatory safety standards, best practices and a checklist, translations also available in Spanish. Estándares de seguridad y lista en Español.