For the past 80 years we have served our community and have been a pillar of strength and stability–especially in times of need. COVID-19 will be no different. We are committed to supporting you and your business needs throughout this uncertain time.
Our COVID-19 Relief Program is designed to help alleviate the financial hardships, and undoubtedly the stress, you may face as a result of workplace changes, illness, or caring for your family.
Below is a summary of the relief available for our customers. In order to be enrolled in and receive benefit of the relief programs described below, you must contact your loan officer or account representative at Farmers & Merchants Bank. Your loan officer or account representative will assist you with completing the forms that must be filled out and returned to Farmers & Merchants Bank.
For assistance or questions regarding any of the COVID-19 Relief Programs at Farmers & Merchants Bank, please contact your loan officer or account representative directly via email or his/her direct line. You can also call the bank at 920-361-1454 or send an email to email@example.com with the subject line of COVID-19 Relief Request.
You may have received information from colleagues or partners regarding the Economic Injury Disaster Loans being offered by the Small Business Administration (SBA) to assist businesses with the economic hardships being caused by COVID-19. These specialized loans are offered by the SBA, not banks. Consequently, Farmers & Merchants Bank, and other banks cannot accept or process applications for the Economic Injury Disaster Loans being offered by SBA
How to apply for SBA Loan Programs
What you should know before applying:
*The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is also working on organizing a network of statewide financial institutions (Farmers & Merchants Bank is not currently one of them) to accept applications for grants to businesses with less than 20 employees that have been affected by COVID-19 to assist with rent or payroll expense. Additional information regarding this can be found here