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While the market for homes hasn’t dropped off, it is changing. Realtors are adapting to the governor’s restrictions and taking their services online.
The new program partners older Vermonters with community volunteers who run errands for them, or simply place a phone call to check in.
Twincraft Skincare has been providing thousands of bars of soap to food shelves since the new coronavirus first arrived in Vermont.
Several Vermont distilleries have slowed their production of spirits in order to distill high-proof alcohol to produce hand sanitizer for first responders, grocery store workers and everyday Vermonters in need.
Silo is a small business, 10 people who make and sell vodka, gin, whiskey, and cider. They have a small bar, and when the you-know-what hit the fan in early March, they had trouble finding hand sanitizer for their employees and customers.
Some Vermont manufacturers have leveraged their creativity and ingenuity to change their product lines to aid in the fight against the spread of COVID-19.
Community organizations and small businesses in New Hampshire and Vermont will receive $330,000 in funding as part of a previously announced initiative through which Citizens Bank will direct more than $5 million to support relief and recovery across communities it serves, including $280,000 that will go directly to small businesses across New Hampshire and Vermont.
Small businesses in Vermont chartered a private plane filled with Coronavirus tests to those in need.
During this uncertain and stressful time, ETS is helping to ensure the flow of essential goods and services needed to weather the storm.
A recent partnership between Heineberg and Old North End-based nonprofit Helping and Nurturing Diverse Seniors, or HANDS, is hoping to close the gap between isolated older adults and community resources.