NEW YORK—The Federal Reserve Bank of New York today released a resource hub with curated information for business owners, employees, nonprofit, and community organizations impacted by the coronavirus, or COVID-19.
John C. Williams, president and chief executive officer of the New York Fed, said, “The coronavirus pandemic has brought with it extraordinary challenges for households, businesses, and communities across the nation. The New York Fed is committed to helping the most vulnerable access the support they need. We have created this resource center where individuals, businesses, and non-profits can find out what is available to them at the federal, state, and city level.”
The hub is organized by topic and includes links to resources about CRA and regulatory guidance, financial counseling and credit protection, health and safety, housing, state and city-specific resources, federal and national resources, as well as information for nonprofits and community organizations and small businesses.
In addition, the hub provides an opportunity for members of the community and state, local, and national policymakers to submit other resources that could be included to maximize support to the public. The hub will be regularly updated to connect our communities with the necessary resources.