COVID-19: Updates, Resources and Needs
Everyone in our community is reacting and adjusting their life due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Midway Chamber is available for support to members and will assist in any way we can. The following are resources, tips and ways you can support others. Have a helpful tip or addition to the site? Email email@example.com
Use a Virtual Background From a Midway Chamber Member!
Want to spruce up your Zoom meetings? Use a virtual background from a Midway Chamber member! Show your support of your favorite restaurant, taproom or sports team and don't forget to take a picture and post to social media.
Small Business Emergency Loans
Minnesota Department of Health
Check the Minnesota Department of Health website for updates regularly. The site includes information on cases, ways to prevent the spread, updates on closings and more. We advise members to follow guidelines by the State on what to do/not do during this time.
Follow restaurants, taprooms and more retail outlets to see if they are open, and how you can support them.
HandsOn Twin Cities has set up a centralized hub where volunteers can easily connect to the most immediate and emergency volunteer and in-kind needs of our nonprofit community. Click here for step-by-step instructions on how to link your existing or new volunteer and in-kind needs to the Volunteer Response COVID-19 Initiative. Explore the COVID-19 Volunteer Response Initiative Hub to find out what volunteer shifts are needed immediately or can be done virtually/remotely.
"Using Zoom? Here are 10 tips to get the most of it" USA Today March 18, 2020
Resources and Guidelines for Businesses US Chamber of Commerce
Need help getting set up for remote access? Contact Midway Chamber member Bob Pasiuk at firstname.lastname@example.org
News and Resources for Business
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Webinar with Sunrise Banks CEO David Reiling on Paycheck Protection Program
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