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  • The COVID-19 emergency has had a serious impact on our local business, and by all predictions will have lasting effects long after the shelter order has been lifted. The Chamber has been providing critical support through this difficult time, and is preparing for the needs and challenges of economic recovery. A donation to the Chamber's Business Recovery Initiative will help us continue to serve the community in the following ways:


    Solve Critical Business Challenges
    The Chamber is the advocate for local business, leading conversations on fundamental needs such as rent relief, financial aid, city restrictions and permits. We forge effective collaborations between businesses and government, social services, financial institutions, and local press to bring these issues to light and drive towards solutions. We also host forums, roundtables, and webinars on pressing topics.

    Increase Sales
    The Chamber ensures customers can find you and your products – especially important when storefronts are not open to in-person visitors. Many small businesses use the Chamber as their entire marketing arm.

    Provide Vital Information
    The pandemic situation continues to change rapidly. It is essential to stay up to date. Through Chamber newsletters, websites, social media, and other resources, members receive valuable guidance to weather current conditions as well as prepare for the post-shelter environment.

    Build Strong Connections
    The shelter order has underscored the importance of maintaining a strong and supportive network. The Chamber continues to helps you form and leverage business connections through focused discussion groups, virtual mixers, and meet ups. Most important, the Chamber works closely with members to understand specific needs and helps potential partners find each other.

    Celebrate Mountain View
    The Chamber also provides extremely popular bridges with the community. Scholarships for underserved students, leadership experiences for employees, visitor services, and public events are just some of the ways that businesses and the community have come together to make Mountain View an exciting, vibrant and unique place to live and work. As restrictions are lifted, virtual events will once again be enjoyed in physical locations.

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    We are extremely grateful to the following companies and individuals for their support of the Chamber

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  • Amine Khechfe • Cecile Currier • Ken Rosenberg • Katie Ferrick • John Zirelli • Diana Bautista