American Rescue Plan: Small Business Recovery Grant Application

The Glynn County Board of Commissioners, through the Finance Department, is offering a one-time grant opportunity of up to $10,000 in grants via the American Rescue Plan funds to assist the local small business community from adverse impacts from the Coronavirus.


Complete each section and attach all required documents to be considered for the Glynn County Board of Commissioners Small Business Recovery Grant. The system allows users to stop and continue the application later by selecting “Save” at the bottom of the page. The platform facilitates secure submission of supporting documentation.

Upon successful submission, a confirmation message will be received at the top of the page. Users are encouraged to print/save a copy of the application for their records.

Due to anticipated response, staff will not provide feedback regarding the status of submissions. Applications will be reviewed in the order received. Contact will be limited to businesses selected to move forward in the process.



  • For-profit business located within Glynn County limits, in operation as of March 1, 2020, and with no more than 50 employees (full and part-time).
  • Have incurred a loss of income as a result of Coronavirus/COVID-19
    • Show a loss in your 2020 Tax return, or 
    • Show a loss from the 2019 to the 2020 Tax Returns 


  • Grant funding must be used for business payroll, rent, mortgage, utility, or COVID mitigation.
  • Program period/expenditure timeframe is from March 3, 2021, to March 2, 2022.
  • During the program period, proof of payment must be submitted to document eligible use of grant funds.
  • The business recipient will be required to certify that the County’s assistance is not duplicative of any other funding.


Award amounts will be based on the number of eligible applications submitted at conclusion of the solicitation period.

Other Assistance Resources:

Recipient Responsibilities:

  • Enter into a formal, written, funding agreement with the Glynn County Board of Commissioners
  • Provide documentation to support expenditure of funds.
  • Make every effort to continue business operations through March 2, 2022
  • Retain all related records for five years after receipt of grant close out letter.
  • Advise the Finance Department of business closure by letter from Owner with last day of operation and detailed reason for closure

Fraud and Repayment

Applicants are advised that making false statements, concealing information, submitting altered documents, utilizing funds for ineligible purposes, or similar actions are considered fraudulent and may result in repayment of the grant award or other legal actions.


  • Applications should only be submitted by the owner, partner, or authorized corporation member.
  • Applications may only be submitted using the online platform
  • Applications will be reviewed in the order received
  • Incomplete applications will not be considered for funding

Click here to apply 

  1. Monica Hardin

    Grants Coordinator
    Phone: 912-554-7133