COVID-19 Community Toolbox: Resources for Small Business, Nonprofits, and Entrepreneurs in North Texas

Here's a roundup of updates on funding, grants, and assistance for navigating the COVID-19 crisis in Dallas-Fort Worth.

covid-19 resources in dallas fort worth for small businesses, startups, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits

Dallas Innovates is following the COVID-19 pandemic developments in the region to help organizations navigate the crisis. Here’s a weekly roundup of resources.

In addition, organizations such as the Dallas Regional Chamber, UNT Health Science Center, the UTD Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the City of Fort Worth, and the U.S. India Chamber of Commerce are distributing vital information. For links to these organizations and others, go here.

Help us stay up to date by submitting information on new grants, funding, or other business resources.



Explore jobs in the “Say Yes to Dallas'” back-to-work hub. This week you’ll find:  

  • Axxess, a fast-growing home health care technology company, is hiring a sales associate, an operations coordinator, and a PHP engineer… explore jobs
  • 7-Eleven is looking for store employees and sales associates throughout the Dallas Region… explore jobs
  • Methodist Health System is looking for registered nurses, medical technologists, professional services, and more… explore jobs
  • PepsiCo is hiring sales representatives, supply chain technicians, IT specialists, and more… explore jobs.



Explore jobs in the “Say Yes to Dallas'” back-to-work hub. This week you’ll find:

  • Kroger is hiring cashiers and stockers throughout the Dallas Region… explore jobs.
  • Children’s Health is hiring positions in administrative and clerical support, nursing, patient care support, professional and management, and facilities and operations… explore jobs.
  • Walmart is looking for area managers, freight loaders, and maintenance technicians for Dallas Region warehouse distribution centers… explore jobs
  • Alkami, one of the fastest-growing software companies in Texas, is hiring for multiple positions… explore jobs.



Explore Dallas-Fort Worth jobs in the “Say Yes to Dallas'” back-to-work hub. The online portal, kicked off by entrepreneur/football star Emmitt Smith earlier this year, is hosted by the Dallas Regional Chamber to help locals find available jobs. This week, you’ll find job listings from:

  • Tom Thumb and Albertsons (merchandising, food service and bakery, pharmacy, stocking, transportation)
  • BGSF (marketing specialists and development managers)
  • Ulta’s distribution center (material handlers, maintenance mechanic, and sales and operations managers), Baylor Scott & White Health (medical specialists, registered nurses and medical assistants, billing specialists, researchers, supply chain, professional services), and more. 
  • The DRC itself has open positions, including SVP for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and a Leadership Programs Director. 






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• Dallas County will launch housing and business assistance with $10M in federal money, reports the DMN.

• Mayor Betsy Price and city leaders launch ‘Fort Worth Now’ economic recovery task force, per CBS DFW.

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