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Community Ventures is working to support the communities across Kentucky as we all work through the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic. Our commitment to our mission has never been stronger. As priorities shift, we solidify our commitment to helping Kentucky families struggling to manage the fallout.
As the federal government, state government, and private enterprises develop ways to support people through this crisis, we will provide information, access to resources, and answers to your question, as best as we can.
What Community Ventures Is Doing
Community Ventures remains committed to serving our clients, our communities, and the entire state throughout this health crisis. To do so, we are working daily to ensure the health and safety of our employees and our clients. We are following recommended guidelines from the CDC and our state elected officials by implementing telework options for all of our non-essential staff. We will continue to keep our Lexington office open to be responsive to client needs and to serve our business incubator tenants. We continue to encourage all CV staff and clients to observe recommended guidelines for social distancing. All staff will continue to be accessible via email or phone. If you have a question about any previously scheduled event, class, or other activity, please reach out to the appropriate Community Ventures staff or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org more information.
We encourage everyone to stay safe through this difficult time.Our Offices
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Community Ventures offices are temporarily
However, our staff are still working hard to support our communities during this time. If you need to speak with our staff, please email us at email@example.com
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How To Reach Us
While our physical offices are CLOSED, our staff remain hard at work throughout this crisis to support families and communities however we can. You can reach your specific Community Ventures company using the information below.
Phone: (859) 231-0054
Phone: (859) 231-0054 x1066
Art Inc. Kentucky
Phone: (859) 231-0054 x1003
Phone: (502) 566-6076
Phone: (859) 231-0054 x1003
Last Updated 12-01-2020.
Following an executive order closing Kentucky restaurants and bars to in-person dining for three weeks, Governor Andy Beshear created a $40 million fund using federal coronavirus relief funds to help out restaurants and bars.
Restaurants and bars across the state can begin applying for relief funds Monday, November 30 at noon.
This Food and Beverage Relief Fund will be on a first come first serve basis with applications. Businesses will be eligible for up to $10,000 per location with a maximum of $20,000 per business entity.
Applications are coming in fast, so please submit your request for assistance immediately!