COVID-19, a special thanks from TBBCF

We’re all in this together

The Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation is able to support cancer research with the generous assistance of the community. Over the years, we have counted on many businesses offering all sorts of help, from monetary donations to in-kind services.

Today, as we face the reality of limited shopping and closed restaurants, we can still support the sponsors and businesses that have supported us.

For example, The Shack Restaurants in East Lyme, Groton and Waterford are offering take-out with curbside pick-up. Package stores are allowed to operate, and Grand Wine & Spirits, another of our ardent supporters, has five locations open.

We’ve compiled a resource list of the companies, businesses and organizations that have generously helped us in the past and have provided information about their status.

Here are links to spreadsheets of our sponsors (2019 Sponsors), and to companies and businesses  that have held events and fundraisers for us (2019 Events & Promotions).

We also belong to five Chambers of Commerce – in Norwich, Westerly and along the shoreline. Each chamber is providing COVID-19 updates, blogs and other detailed information about its members.

Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut has prepared a comprehensive guide for members and the community on COVID-19 updates and resources.

Greater Norwich Area Chamber of Commerce (GNACC) is tracking the impact of the Coronavirus for their businesses and their community. Visit their GNACC COVID-19 Toolkit page which includes a spreadsheet of restaurants, banks and soup kitchen/pantries that are open.

Ocean Community Chamber of Commerce (OCCC) serves the greater Westerly and Stonington area and has a COVID-19 Resource Center for the bi-state area that includes a spreadsheet of restaurants and a listing of “grab and go” meals for children.

Old Saybrook Chamber of Commerce serves the Lower River Valley where approximately 60 percent of its membership is within Old Saybrook. The website provides useful resources, including a page that lists the status of local businesses.

Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce serving Groton, Mystic and Stonington has put together a COVID-19 Resource Guide, which includes local business information and a page listing virtual experiences and entertainment in Connecticut.

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