Search for PPP loan applications by organization, lender, zip code and business type.
Where applicants said the money will go
Cornerstone Community Bank
April 28, 2020
Existing or more than 2 years old
Companies and nonprofit organizations that receive PPP loans may have the loans forgiven if they meet certain criteria, including not laying off employees during the defined period covered by the loan. Applicants must attest in their application that the loans are necessary for their continuing operation. Note: This data reflects loan applications approved by banks and submitted to the SBA. It may not account for money not distributed to, or credit not used by, a given company.
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About this dataThis data comes from the Small Business Administration, and includes lender-approved loans under the Paycheck Protection Program as of March 3, 2021. Other loan programs, such as Economic Injury Disaster Loans, are not included in this database. The data includes the congressional district of each organization, but for Pennsylvania and North Carolina the districts do not reflect 2018 redistricting.
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