The Oakland County Board of Commissioners and County Executive David Coulter have approved a total of $1 million for Saving Businesses/Saving Lives grant. Our goal is to provide impactful awards to as many companies as possible. To date the county has awarded Saving Businesses, Saving Lives Grants totaling $519,000.
Previous funding rounds were successful in helping companies produce PPE equipment such as face shields and masks.
This round expands our search to companies that can play a role in helping Oakland County businesses reopen.
Examples of what we are looking for include but are not limited to companies with unique processes, products and services
that manufacture, install or service:
- Barriers and partitions
- Sanitizing services
- Disinfectant and hand sanitizer
- Fogging disinfectant systems for large areas
- Portable stations (sanitizing and hand washing)
- Diagnostic tests or test kits for SARS-CoV-2
- Temperature testing equipment
- “Touchless” technologies
- Social distancing products
Companies must be Oakland County MI. based.
There will be a preference to companies that manufacture/ produce in Oakland County and the state of Michigan.
Companies should have the capability to produce significant volume of product/ service within 30-90 days.
The grant application deadline was COB June 26th.We will begin to review and make awards as we receive applications.