Support For Bushfire Affected Businesses
Ernst & Young have been in discussions with the Department of Regional NSW about delivering tailored and intensive support for bushfire affected businesses in the region.
As a result of those conversations, RDA FSC is pleased to advise the establishment of virtual Business Support Drop-In Centres in Kangaroo Valley, the southern Shoalhaven region, Eurobodalla Shire and Bega Valley Shire. These Drop-In Centres will provide free, tailored support needed by local businesses to help them move from the immediate bushfire response phase into a mid-term recovery phase.
The Community Leads for each of the Centres are noted in the table below. Please don’t hesitate to contact Joanna, Steve, Christine or Thor should you require any assistance to help you understand and access all the support that is currently on offer, whether that be regarding lease agreements, issues with debts or inability to pay bills, negotiating with telcos, getting help with the clean up or finding and applying for grants. They all have the experience to understand your business needs and will assist you to connect with the support that already exists or can assist you with additional support.
For more information please email or telephone the contacts below.
|Location||Community Lead||EY Lead|
|Kangaroo Valley & Southern Shoalhaven||
0422 265 554
0413 606 982
0416 852 749
0407 602 877
0406 169 679
0413 482 686
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