TwispWorks and the Methow Valley Long Term Recovery Organization are pleased to announce the first round of funding to ten recipients of the Small Business Emergency Grant program. The program provides $1,500 to small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and can be used to pay rent, utilities and other fixed business expenses as well as to help businesses become more resilient in the future.
Small Business Emergency Grants were awarded to the following organizations:
• Linwood Restaurant LLC
• Kevin’s Collision Auto Repair
• Twisp Daily Business
• Old School House Brewery
• Thrifty Fox
• Fiber LLC
• Diamond Patina
• True North Letterpress
• Yo Dog
• Golden Horn Enterprises
“Small businesses are the lifeblood of the Methow Valley economy. TwispWorks and the Methow Valley Longer Term Recovery Organization know that there are many small businesses who have had to shut down completely or dramatically modify their operations and desperately need financial assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are pleased to offer these businesses this support and are equally appreciative to all the individuals and organizations who have contributed to the emergency fund. It is only through donor support that we can provide this critical funding to help our local economy recover stronger and more resilient,” said Don Linnertz, TwispWorks executive director.
Parties interested in making a restricted contribution to the fund can do so by clicking below:
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Or donations can be mailed to TwispWorks are PO Box 264, Twisp, WA 98856, please note MV Small Business Emergency Grant in the memo line.
Businesses interested in being considered during the next round of funding can apply by clicking below:
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