Local Home Relief Business In The Running For $250,000 Grant - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Local Home Relief Business In The Running For $250,000 Grant

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SALISBURY, Md. - Delmarva Home Relief is in the running for a $250,000  grant.

The business consists of just five people and works as a hybrid "for-profit" and "not-for profit," by helping people keep their homes with no upfront fees and working with businesses that are strictly non-profits.

Delmarva Home Relief is up against several hundred other small businesses across the country for the Chase Mission Main Street Grant. The goal of the grant is to help twelve small businesses access the services they need.

"250,000 dollars would help us to reach a lot more homeowners and implement some of the marketing strategies and procedures that we have developed over the past few years in business," says Michael Nolen, CEO of Delmarva Home Relief.

In order to qualify for consideration by Chase's panel, each business must get at least 250 votes. Delmarva Home Relief already exceeded this number, but the public can still vote at the Chase Mission Main Street Grant website until November 15th.

The twelve winners will be announced in January.

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