Past Program

Phase 2



Phase 2 Awards are Complete


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Nearly 4,800 microbusinesses, small businesses and nonprofits have received grants through Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the EOG Program, representing more than $50 million invested across L.A. County.

The EOG Program received many more qualified applications than we could award. All available funds have been awarded and applicants have been notified via email by Lendistry regarding their application status. Check out our FAQs for other information about the Program. 

Funding for the EOG Program was limited, and L.A. County prioritized Phase 2 grants for microbusinesses, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations located in the highest or high COVID-19 impacted geographic areas, as noted under Eligibility Guidelines here. L.A. County determined which geographic areas fall into the highest and high COVID-19 impacted areas using the County’s Equity Explorer Tool, which is available here.


Looking for additional resources beyond Economic Opportunity Grants?

Click here to learn about capital opportunities, rent and mortgage assistance, business technical assistance, workforce development and more! Click here to visit the Department of Economic Opportunity’s website to learn more about resources and services available to small businesses throughout L.A. County.





Phase 2: 

Application period closed May 31, 2023

Grants of $15,000 for microbusinesses with under $100,000 in revenue in either 2019, 2020, or 2021 taxable years that are located and operating in the County of Los Angeles, excluding City of Los Angeles; must have started prior to December 30, 2021.


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LA County Department of Economic Opportunity

For additional business services, visit here to connect with the LA County Office of Small Business – a one-stop shop that helps prospective business owners and entrepreneurs kick-start a small business, expand access to critical resources that promote small business growth, and help get businesses certified.

LA County is committed to helping communities, and small businesses build back better. Learn about other American Rescue Plan contracting, certification assistance, and other grant opportunities here.

LA SBDC Regional Network

The LA SBDC provides small business owners with one-on-one advising, innovative workshops, and in-depth programs, at no cost. Official website: