The national church has updated key information on emergency finances.
Your homepage for all COVID related finances is here.
Updated information includes a new summary of United Church-related emergency financial options.
This includes a bridging loan application form that will be approved through your Regional Council.
This is the first time in living memory that emergency loans on this scale are available to communities of faith nationally. This program is made possible by a $3 million grant from The United Church of Canada Foundation. The money comes from the generous bequests of members over the years. Their gifts are ensuring the future of the church.
Please note that the federal government’s $40,000 CEBA loan is now off the table. Further updates on this may come.
Please review all information carefully, as the order in which you proceed is important. Here’s an overview of things you’ll need to consider as you make a financial plan.
The continuing weekly financial webinars at United in Learning are also an important support, but please be aware that information in the older recorded webinars has likely changed.