Help Small Businesses in the Danville Area Stay in Business
Here’s your chance to support local businesses in style and do your part to help your friends and fellow residents make it through this current crisis. Due to the State of California’s Shelter In Place order, the majority of the Danville Area’s businesses have been forced to close, cut off from their ability to generate revenue. In order to preserve our beloved community, now is the time to act to help and support the small business owners who have made it what it is today. The Danville Area Chamber of Commerce has started a Small Business Relief Fund to help those hardest hit by the impact of COVID-19 in Alamo, Blackhawk, Danville, Diablo and the rest of the Tri-Valley area. Thanks to generous sponsorship from Community Bank of the Bay, profits from every T-shirt purchase will go to the Relief Fund and help us help Danville Area merchants, restaurants and more in their efforts to keep their doors open.
Here’s your chance to support local businesses in style and do your part to help your friends and fellow residents make it through the current crisis. The majority of the Tri-Valley businesses have been forced to close or limit business activity. In order to preserve our beloved community businesses and restaurants, join Community Bank of the Bay, the Danville Area Chamber of Commerce and Your Town Monthly with funding for the Small Business Relief Fund with your T-shirt purchase. Profits from every T-shirt sold will go to the Relief Fund to help affected businesses keep their doors open. Purchase T-shirts at Campaigns.RealThread.com/shop/small-business-relief. Please do your part to help. The more T-shirts sold means more money in small business pockets.
T-shirts will be shipped following the completion of the campaign at the end of May 2020.