PNC is dedicated parts of $10 million to Pittsburgh's Urban Redevelopment Authority.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – PNC Bank is once again stepping up to help Pittsburgh area small businesses during the pandemic.

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They will be committing $10 million and that money will go to three programs of the Urban Redevelopment Authority.

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$6.5 million will be heading to the Emergency And Recovery Loan Fund, $2.5 million is heading to the Businesses and Nonprofits In Underserved Neighborhoods and $1 million to the URA’s “Catapult: Startup To Storefront Program.”

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The Catapult program helps minority and women entrepreneurs get off the ground.