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Governor Earl Ray Tomblin created RISE West Virginia in response to critical needs in the small business community resulting from the devastating floods of June 2016. As a part of RISE West Virginia, a public-private mini-grant program provides assistance for small businesses that were operational before the flooding and are working to reopen while struggling with existing debt and limited resources.

The program is co-sponsored by West Virginia native and Intuit CEO and Chairman Brad Smith. The West Virginia Development Office oversees the program in partnership with the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce.

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#WVFlood was created by volunteers for volunteers wishing to help our communities get back on their feet after the devastating floods that swept through West Virginia this June. By connecting the dots between those donating and those who need to receive the donations, we can help West Virginians affected, rebuild our communities and become stronger than before!

Today, the website is updated by Volunteer West Virginia, the state’s Commission for National and Community Service, in partnership with West Virginia Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster (WV VOAD), West Virginia Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management (DHSEM), West Virginia Interactive, and with the support of the Office of Governor Earl Ray Tomblin.

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