Accessity helps small businesses stay afloat during COVID-19

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – During the pandemic, small businesses struggled–organizations like Accessity helped keep mom n’ pop shops up and running with small business relief loans and organizational capital.

KUSI’s Kacey McKinnon spent the morning at Origin Hip Hop Academy in Westfield Mission Valley talking to the business owners about their journey during COVID-19.

The Origin Hip Hop Performing Arts Academy was started in June 2010 by Cheryl Frye. Her and her husband own and operate the business, but they almost lost it during the Pandemic. Luckily, Accessity came through with a relief loan which kept the business afloat.

To date The Hip Hop Performing Arts Academy has served over 1,500 youth, teens and adults.

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