Helping Entrepreneurs find COVID-19 cash relief at

What is

On March 26, 2020, CASE and CASE i3 at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business launched a searchable website to help any entrepreneur in the world, for-profit or nonprofit, struggling due to the economic impacts of COVID-19, to locate cash relief resources in their community.

On May 3, 2020, we relaunched the site at  It contains over 1400 listings totaling over $1 trillion in grants, debt, and other cash equivalents. In June, we added listings for non-financial support for entreprneurs. Click the image below to enter the site.

What other resources do you have for entrepreneurs?

CASE was the first academic program to focus on social entrepreneurs in the world. Faculty Director Cathy Clark was also involved in the creation of B corporations and benefit corporations. We currently offer many resources to entrepreneurs everywhere, including:

And our websites for CASE and CASE i3 also include many resources you might find of interest.

Over 50,000 people have used our resources. We hope you’ll give them a look!

How do I help?


Please help us share. These time-bound relief resources are of no use if entrepreneurs cannot find them!





4 thoughts on “Helping Entrepreneurs find COVID-19 cash relief at

  • This absolutely amazing and commendable: a very sound, solid, sincere, scientific effort at bridging social enterprises with funding institutions. Trust that the initiative won’t suffer political and racial sobotage. As social entrepreneurs successfully find funders on this platform and their marriages consumated, you should devolop an effective system feedback mechanism to monitor the nuptials’ progress or retrogression as you engage speed and accuracy simultaneously.

  • Thanks Uduak. I wish I knew how to do that kind of tracking! I agree – learning what the money accomplished would be very useful. If there’s someone who has an idea of how to approach this, let me know!

  • This is great! Go FUQUA on being at the forefront of being a resource for all. As an outsourced CFO and advisor to small businesses, good information and education is key!

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