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Let Your Voice Be Heard
The Sebago Lakes Region Chamber in partnership with all Maine Chambers wants businesses to have a voice in the Four Stage plan submitted by Governor Mills. If you own or manage a business in the Sebago Lakes Region, please complete this 16 question survey by May 6th. You must be familiar with the Four Stage plan in order to complete the survey.

Click HERE to take the survey
Community Giving News!!
#GivingTuesdayNow
Global day of giving Tuesday, May 5, 2020, is an organized response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.
 
Riding to the Top
 
  • Our horses still require 24 hour, 7 day a week care.
  • It costs a minimum of $12,600 a month to cover related well-care expenses for our 18 horses.
  • We have no income from lesson fees, special events or other billable services at this time.
 
Please consider helping our herd. Your gift will be used for feed/supplements, basic well care, emergency care and direct staff time for horses.
Donate HERE to Double* Your Gift

* Up to $10,000 will be matched dollar for dollar!

The Windham Parks and Recreation Dept., Windham Economic Development Corp. and the Sebago Lakes Region has joined forces to offer a free meal for senior residents in the Windham community.

  • A to-go meal every Friday for seniors who sign-up by email at parks&recreation@windmaine.us or call 892-1905
  • Each week, a participating restaurant will be selected to make the meals, keeping our restaurants open while serving a much-deserved group of people who may otherwise go without.
  • Individuals will be able to easily pick up meal’s curbside in the Parks and Rec. parking lot.
  • Service is once per week starting Friday, May 8th

If you would like to sponsor this program, please notify Mark Morrison, Mark.morrison815@gmail.com

If you would like to be a participating restaurant, please notify Robin Mullins, director@sebagolakeschamber.com

Upcoming Webinars
Join us May 6th at 11 a.m. for this Webinar Presentation
Click HERE to register
COVID-19 Loans for Businesses

Maine Tourism Relief Fund - T he Maine Tourism Relief Fund was created by the Maine Tourism Association and Poland Spring to provide relief to small businesses and their employees experiencing great hardship as a result of business closures in the state due to COVID-19.
For a listing of other COVID-19 resources, please check out the COVID-19 Resources page on the Sebago Lakes Region Chamber website.
Curbside Pick up - Worth Checking Out!
Are your customers frustrated because they cannot reach you on the phone or because you have a product they can no longer buy now that your store front is closed? Curbside pick up via a SWIPEBY app just might be your answer!

The Sebago Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce is partnering with SWIPEBY to offer a turnkey curbside pickup platform that provides restaurants and other small shops the ability to offer easy mobile ordering and free, stay-in-your-car, curbside service. Set up can take as little as 24 hours!
SWIPEBY Curbside Pick-up Platform

No sign up costs.
No revenue shares.
The platform is free.

Click HERE to find out more.

Interested in speaking directly to a SWIPEBY representative, click HERE .

We're Here For You!
Even though the Sebago Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce office is closed, we are still here to answer your questions and give guidance as we face these unprecedented times. Feel free to reach out to us Monday - Thursday, 9-3pm, at 207-892-8265, or email at info@SebagoLakesChamber.com. Together, we will get through this!
Thank You to our CORNERSTONE Members!