Please note the Bridge to Recovery Program will end effective July 1, 2022
The Southern Virginia Regional Alliance (SVRA) and Virginia’s Growth Alliance (VGA) have joined forces with a number of other collaborative partners to create a Bridge to Recovery program to support the GO Virginia Region 3 service area as it recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic. Region 3 consists of the cities of Danville and Martinsville; and the counties of Amelia, Brunswick, Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Halifax, Henry, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nottoway, Patrick, Pittsylvania, and Prince Edward.
GO Virginia State Board approved $925,000 for Bridge to Recovery to provide immediate and impactful support to businesses through the multiple recovery periods of the pandemic and bridge supply chain needs of companies with service providers.
Bridge to Recovery will create a network that enables businesses who need specific professional services or products due to COVID-19, to connect with businesses in the Region 3 footprint who have those services and products. Those with the alliances hope to make it an efficient way for businesses to find what they need to re-open or grow during this unusual economic situation.
The following businesses are invited to apply as a prequalified supplier:
- Suppliers of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Companies who provide PPE conversions (construction and building projects for COVID-19)
- Service providers who help companies with COVID-19 issues (i.e. accounting, legal, human resources, deep cleans, etc.)
Utilizing companies on this prequalified supplier listing will allow businesses to receive a cost match payment to suppliers of up to $20,000.
Apply below to be on the list of prequalified suppliers or to apply for funding to support COVID-19 recovery work for your business.
Click Here to Apply for COVID-19 Assistance
Click Here to Apply as a Prequalified Supplier
Click Here to see Results from First Fiscal Year
Southern Virginia Regional Alliance COVID-19 Economic Resources
Virginia Growth Alliance COVID-19 Economic Resources