Let’s Grow Kids invites VBSR member businesses to join their regional Action Teams

May
26

Let’s Grow Kids invites VBSR member businesses to join their regional Action Teams

Action Teams are a fantastic way for business leaders to support child care in their communities and connect (now, virtually) with county-wide neighbors – parents, educators, and other employers – who care about Vermont, our youngest children, and our state’s future. Members can register for the action team of their home or business. Each county […]

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RELIEF FUND LAUNCHED TO AID DOWNTOWN MONTPELIER BUSINESSES

Eligible businesses will have access to grants to help offset the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Montpelier, Vt. — The Montpelier Development Corporation (MDC) with one of its partners the Montpelier Foundation (MF) announced today the launch of the Montpelier Economic Need and Distress (MEND) Fund. The MEND Fund was created last week […]

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May
20

The Skinny Pancake to Expand their ShiftMeals Program by Launching Several “Victory Farms” Across Vermont

The Skinny Pancake to extend their ShiftMeals program by launching several “Victory Farms” across Vermont The Skinny Pancake is launching a new initiative called the ShiftMeals GrowTeam in response to Vermont’s increasing food insecurity related to the COVID-19 pandemic. An extension of their ShiftMeals community meals program, ShiftMeals GrowTeam invites unemployed restaurant workers and others […]

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May
20

Gordon’s Window Decor Re-purposing Shade Material to Produce Masks

In our continuing effort to give back to the community that has given us so much, Gordon’s Window Decor has begun re-purposing cellular shade material to produce comfortable masks for personal use (NOT medical grade). Click here to learn more. We’re offering these at minimal cost in an effort to be part of the solution in these uncertain […]

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May
20

Same Storm, Different Boats: The Pandemic’s Outsized Impact on Marginalized Communities (Change the Story)

Clockwise from top left: Kismet restaurant in Montpelier will remain closed for the time being; Facemasks made at the Vermont Glove factory for local hospitals; A class at the Heartworks Preschool in Shelburne; Cynthea Hausman at work in her eponymous spa on Burlington’s Church Street; Stephanie Seguino, a University of Vermont economist; Anne Audy was […]

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May
19

Tips for Maintaining a Safe & Healthy Workplaces during COVID-19 (ReArch Company)

By Holly LeClair, Health & Safety Manager, ReArch Company The objective to decrease the spread of COVID-19 is to focus efforts on reducing transmission among employees, maintain healthy business operations, and maintain a healthy work environment. Here are a few Best Practice Tips: Have a specific plan for your workplace-both a written plan that will be revised as […]

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May
18

ECFiber: New Towns, Net for Kids, Finishing Towns, New Officers

Royalton VT, May 14: ECFiber’s governing board voted unanimously to add four towns to its coverage area: Windsor along its southern edge, and Fairlee, West Fairlee, and Corinth along its northern edge. The action came at the annual meeting of the East Central Vermont Telecommunications District, the municipality that delivers world-class broadband as ECFiber. The […]

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May
14

PP&D now has Online Brochures Displays with Visitortips.com

Bill Orleans, president of PP&D Brochure Distribution and longtime member of Businesses for Social Responsibility, is excited to announce they have joined with Visitortips.com and now have ten different region’s brochure displays online. Click here to see. This is a free bonus for PP&D brochure distribution clients! The website allows users to access and download brochures and publications by […]

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May
12

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, VOSHA TO HOLD VIRTUAL TOWN HALL

Montpelier – The Vermont Department of Labor and the Vermont Occupational Safety and Health Administration (VOSHA) will hold a Virtual Town Hall event on Thursday, May 14 at 3:30pm.   THURSDAY, MAY 14 Protecting the Safety and Health of Workers Time: 3:30pm Overview: Details around VOSHA and CDC guidance to protect Vermont workers as workplaces […]

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May
12

Vermont Evaporator Company sews masks for COVID-19 Fundraising Campaign

An update from Vermont Evaporator Company’s CEO, Kate Whelley McCabe: Vermont Evaporator Company has been manufacturing and selling high quality equipment and supplies for the DIY maple syrup maker since 2015. Check us out here! We are a small, family-owned business with big dreams that were more or less coming true! Until COVID-19. The pandemic hit […]

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