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Members Helping Our Community

IKOR Transport is offering Pay-What-You-Can transportation
IKOR Transport is offering Pay-What-You-Can transportation

We're seeing new creative solutions every day! These are the latest stories from Chamber members doing their part to help our community.

Ting: Creating drive-up free Internet access points in Charlottesville. The first "Park and Wi-Fi" location is at IX Art Park, available 7am-8pm every day. Learn more

Hampton Inn, Homewood Suites Charlottesville and Hilton Garden Inn: Offering special rates for first responders, medical staff, emergency crews, and law enforcement. Contact Amber.Frazier@hilton.com.

Tiger Fuel Company: Offering discounts at their Markets for first responders and healthcare workers; donated $2,000 to Charlottesville Restaurant Community Fund. Learn more

City of Charlottesville: Launched Cville360 City News Talk Show. Next episode: COVID-19 Response Update (Human Services & Neighbors Helping Neighbors) with Chief Andrew Baxter, March 31. Learn more

IKOR of Charlottesville: Pre-launched their new IKOR Transport service, offering wheelchair-accessible Pay-What-You-Can and full fare transportation services for seniors and individuals with disabilities who have a critical need to leave home. Learn more

Qualified Staffing: Shared a free webinar March 26 on COVID-19 Employer Guidance – How to Navigate the Most Common Challenges.

Pet Paradise: Offering healthcare workers a 50% discount for pet boarding and day camp. Learn more

Residence Inn by Marriott Charlottesville Downtown: Offering special rates for medical professionals, staff and first responders. Learn more

Staybridge Suites Charlottesville Airport: Offering special rates for first responders, law enforcement, military, and truck drivers. Learn more

VPM: Sharing free at-home learning resources online and on TV. Learn more

Blue Ridge Area Food Bank: Helping local food pantries adapt to COVID-19 precautions. Learn more

Robin Kaczka of Rodan + Fields: Shared a printable #Kindnessgram to help neighbors support each other. Learn more


Click here to read COVID-19 Business Updates from the Chamber

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