Stay home and stay safe
Gateway Business Group members and subscribers,

My heart goes out to all of you during this difficult time. Thank you to those working in the medical field, first responders, grocers, food service, mechanics, construction, safety, and all other essential fields. I also want to express my sympathy for those who were forced to close shop due to the virus. Whether temporary or permanent, closing your doors is never easy, and I hope to see your businesses open and bustling again in the next few months.

Many restaurants and stores are offering take-out, delivery, or curbside pickup. I encourage you to call your favorite local spots to see if they are taking part in this. Small businesses need all of the support we can offer right now.

Cabin fever? The weather is warming up, so it is the perfect time to take the dog around the block or go for a relaxing jog in the fresh spring air.

To our members: I will continue to check for your emails daily and make posts as they arise. You are welcome to send updates about your business. Are you open? Doing curbside pickup? We'd love to know!
Please note: response times may be slightly less timely due to Covid-19.

Wishing you all the best this Spring,

Jessica
Gateway Business Group Communications
Get Involved
Mercy Health seeking PPE donations

Goggles
Face shields
Masks (including handmade)
Latex gloves
Tyvek suits

To make a supply donation or to find out facilities to donate to, write to APRush@bshsi.org with subject line: DONATION or call 888-383-8000.
*For safety reasons, donations should not be brought directly to healthcare facilities


Clark County EMA seeking PPE donations

Latex Gloves
Surgical Masks
N-95 respirators
Gowns

For more information or to make a donation, e-mail slittler@clarkcountyohio.gov.
(information from clarkcountyohio.gov, subject to change)


Clark County Food Pantries

The Clark County Combined Health District and other agencies are working to provide food to the needy during the COVID-19 pandemic.   Residents in need can  click here for a list of available food pantries .   For immediate assistance, call 2-1-1 or the Clark County Combined Health District at 937-390-5600.
(information from clarkcountyohio.gov, subject to change)


Enon Emergency Relief

Dish detergent
Laundry Detergent
Cleaning Supplies
Spaghetti
Boxed Potatoes
Jell-O
Cornbread Mix
Large cans of soup
Monetary donations to purchase milk and bread

Checks can be mailed to Enon Emergency Relief, P.O. Box 121, Enon, OH 45323 or can be dropped off during volunteer pantry hours on Monday, 1:30 to 5:00 PM
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