Former New Jersey Governor Launches New Jersey 30-Day Fund To Provide Financial Assistance To Businesses Amid Covid-19 Pandemic

Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christle and his wife Mary Pat have launched New Jersey 30-Day Fund to provide financial assistance to businesses of New Jersey during the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic.

Former New Jersey Governor Chris said that the New Jersey 30-Day Fund is modeled after the successful Virginia 30-Day fund that provides $3,000 forgivable loans to business owners to re-start their business and facilities across New Jersey. In order to avail the financial assistance, the company should have at least 3 employees. The overall application process is also quite simple and it takes only 3 business days for completion.

Former New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie said, “Mary Pat and I have heard so many stories of hard-working New Jersey residents who have been financially devastated by this horrible disease. Our hope is to quickly provide some financial relief to help those businesses who need it most.”

Mary Pat said, “In speaking with the Snyder family, it was apparent that the quick turnaround was a life-saver for small businesses which were waiting to reopen. By establishing the NJ 30-Day Fund as a partner of the Virginia program, we can be up and running and providing loans this week.”

The VA 30-Day Fund campaign was launched by the Disruptor Capital CEO Pete Synder and his wife Burson, said, “We started the 30-Day Fund in Virginia to help small businesses survive the cash crunch caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In five short weeks we have funded over 300 struggling small businesses from all across the Commonwealth.”

“Given the solid and resourceful leadership they provided for New Jersey in the wake of Superstorm Sandy and the millions they raised from the private sector to offer immediate relief to their citizens, we could think of no two better partners and leaders than Mary Pat and Governor Chris Christie to help save jobs and struggling small businesses in the Garden State,”

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