Lemon-AID Foundation

Nashville 30 Day Fund

Forgivable loans of up to $100,000 to small businesses and individuals in Music City adversely affected by the Christmas Day Bombing

In partnership with the 30 Day Fund, Marcus Lemonis has put in the first $500,000 to assist small businesses and individuals adversely affected by the Christmas Day bombing in Music City.

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Mission

The Nashville 30 Day Fund is designed to be quick, easy, and free of red tape, as small business owners and individuals work to recover from the effects of the Christmas Day bombing in Nashville. All we ask in return: if you can, pay it forward.

What You Need To Know:

To qualify for assistance from the Fund, applicants must be:

A small business that operates in Nashville and is located within 1/2 mile radius of the explosion site (166 2nd Avenue);

An individual who is a resident of Nashville and lives within 1/2 mile radius of the explosion site (166 2nd Avenue).

The funds disbursed by the Nashville 30 Day fund do not need to be repaid. If individuals or businesses who receive the Fund’s assistance do, at a later date, wish to “pay it forward” to another individual or business in need of assistance, they may do so by directing those dollars back to the Fund, which will disburse the funding to another recipient.

FAQs:

The Nashville 30 Day Fund is a volunteer-powered nonprofit with all funds raised going directly to small businesses and individuals affected by the Christmas Day bombing.

Who does the Nashville 30 Day Fund help?

To qualify for assistance from the Fund, applicants must be:
– A small business that operates in Nashville and is located within 1/2 mile radius of the explosion site (166 2nd Avenue);
– An individual who is a resident of Nashville and lives within 1/2 mile radius of the explosion site (166 2nd Avenue).

Does the Nashville 30 Day Fund assistance need to be repaid?

No. The funds disbursed to businesses by the Nashville 30 Day Fund do not need to be repaid. If businesses who receive the Nashville 30 Day Fund assistance do, at a later date, wish to “pay it forward” to another Nashville small business in need of assistance, they may do so by directing those dollars back to the Fund, which will disburse the funding to another Nashville business in need.

Is the Nashville 30 Day Fund a government program?

NO, the Nashville 30 Day Fund is an organization fueled by the private sector committed to supporting small business jobs, entrepreneurs, and individuals in Nashville directly affected by the Christmas Day bombing.