Washington MBDA Coronavirus Response & Relief Program

Helping Small Businesses Recover

The Washington MBDA Business Center is here to help small businesses navigate and recover from the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

For Small Businesses

In response to the extraordinary challenges of the coronavirus, Washington MBDA Business Center is offering additional support to small businesses.

Every business is unique, so we will tailor our efforts to your situation.


For Non-profit and community-based Organizations

For non-profits and community-based organizations that serve small businesses in metropolitan and rural communities.

Your partnership with the MBDA must cover one or both of these two areas to apply for grant funding.

Business Resiliency

Design and deliver programs so that small businesses owners gain the skills and knowledge to be able to pivot from their current business model by strengthening strategic thinking, building systems, increasing the effectiveness of marketing strategies and providing a variety of tips and tools that lead to greater profitability post COVID-19.

Courses and or information workshops developed will primarily be offered through a virtual classroom setting

COVID-19 transmission prevention

Design and deliver programs and workshops in a virtual format to focus on safely and rapidly re-opening the economy based on current conditions.  The workshops will take into account CDC and regional safety guidelines for individuals and businesses, COVID-19 related regulations, recommendations and best practices.


To partner with the Washington MBDA Business Center and apply for a grant, please contact:

Ivan Golovkin
Coronavirus Response & Relief Program Manager
Washington MBDA Business Center
[email protected]
(253) 591-5240

Learn More about the CARES Act

City of Tacoma, CARES Act Press Release
National MBDA, CARES Act Press Release

Contact us


Facebook  Twitter