News & Resources

In this troubling and uncertain time, your Chamber is here to help as much as we can. We have compiled resources to help you navigate answering the question, “What do we do now?”

 

Recent email communications:

 

 

News from the Town of Oro Valley:

 

Business Resources

4.7.20 Webinar hosted by your Chamber, featuring Ellen Kirton, director of SBDC and Margie Adler, economic development specialist with the Town of OV. Download the slide deck here: COVID-19 PowerPoint Webinar Presentation Ellen Kirton 4-3-20

 

CARES Act Information:

Emergency Loans Small Business Checklist

An overview of the Small Business Paycheck Protection Program

Lender information regarding the Paycheck Protection Program

Borrower information regarding the Paycheck Protection Program

Application for the Paycheck Protection Program

 

Small Business Development Center

 

WaFd Bank is offering a Small Business Lifeline Program, offering a 5-year business line of credit with 90 days interest-free.  To learn more, click here. You can also reach out to Kim Dees, senior vice president, at 520-232-5329, or by e-mail at kim.dees@wafd.com.

 

BMO Harris Bank is offering business lines of credit up to $50,000 with minimal documentation. Contact Bernadette Tormos at 520-878-2362 or email Bernadette.tormos@bmo.com.

 

Chase Business Banking  For Chase’s “Business Resiliency Checklist,” click here.

 

National Bank of Arizona

 

OneAZ Community Impact Grants

 

Economic Injury Disaster Loans from the Small Business Administration

 

More resources from the SBA

 

Acacia IT on working remotely, more business resources from Acacia IT

 

Guidance for Employers from the US Chamber of Commerce

 

Tips for Employees from the US Chamber of Commerce

 

Arizona Paid Sick Leave Booster Shot: The COVID-19 Edition

 

Growth Partners AZ

 

AZ Dept. of Economic Security

 

Pima County One Stop

 

Community Action Partnership

 

Interfaith Community Services

 

Restaurant Workers Community Foundation

 

US Department of Labor Dislocated Worker Grants

 

Arizona Daily Star -Support-Tucson-Impressions

 

Arizona Business Resources from the Arizona Commerce Authority

 

CBIZ COVID-19 Resource Center

 

Lovitt & Touche COVID-19 Resource Page

 

Community Resources

Now Hiring #C19AZ Find a job with Arizona employers hiring now and resources to help you navigate career change in this time of uncertainty.

A huge list of places to find meals for Tucson children during school closures

List of what has been close, cancelled or postponed

Impact of Southern Arizona food bank hours Monday through Friday 8:30am – 12:30pm

Pima County Public Library digital resources

Interfaith Community Services (ICS) food bank open with drive-up food distributions

Spring 4th Avenue Street Fair is virtual

Resources for those recently unemployed or facing layoffs

Sonora Behavioral Health has beds available for children, adolescents, voluntary and involuntary adults. If you have a referral, please call the Admissions Team at (520) 229-8400.

Instacart grocery delivery service

Northwest YMCA offering emergency childcare to healthcare workers, first responders and those who are providing vital services to the community

SAACA community resources

Amazing educational resources

Healthy Living Happens Today offers video conference Thursday 3.19.20 at 8 p.m.

COVID-19 is changing the way we live and work. How do we cope?

AZ Dept. of Economic Security

Pima County One Stop

Community Action Partnership

Restaurant Workers Community Foundation

US Department of Labor Dislocated Worker Grants

Northwest Healthcare Offers Virtual Visits for COVID-19

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest

Habitat for Humanity home repairs

United Way of Southern Arizona

AARP

Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse

OneAZ Community Impact Grants

Tucson Symphony Orchestra offers lesson plans for at home learning

These grocery stores are hiring!!

-Bashas: www.jobs.bashas.com

-Fry’s: www.tucne.ws/frysjobs

-Target: www.tucne.ws/targetjobs

-Walmart: www.careers.walmart.com

-One-Stop Career Center’s  hotline (520) 724-7700

 

Restaurants

A Simple Cookie call 520-647-3159 and place an order

Bianchi’s Italian Restaurant

Carrabba’s Italian Grill

Catalina Brewing Company To-Go beer for pickup, delivery on special appointment. Hours are weekends 2-6, weekdays 4-8. Also selling merchandise, gift cards, and a new Coozie Club

Catalina Craft Pizza call 520-825-0140 and place a ToGo order

Chili’s Bar & Grill

Dream Dinners

Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers call 520-989-0067 and place a ToGo order (or just go through the drive-through!)

Gourmet Girls Gluten-Free Bakery / Bistro call 520-408-9000 and place a ToGo order

Growler USA Oro Valley call 520-612-7208 and place a ToGo order

Honey Baked Ham & Cafe

Jerry Bob’s Family Restaurant call 520-797-1106 and place a ToGo order

Just Kabab call 520-900-7706 and place a ToGo order

Kneaders Bakery & Cafe

La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant call 520-297-1695 and place a ToGo order

Mama’s Famous Pizza & Heros

McDonald’s, Magee / Oracle

MOD Pizza

Noble Hops call 520-797-4677 and place a ToGo order

Panera Bread is offering FREE delivery and has expanded their delivery area. Panera Coupons

Red Lobster

Rosati’s Pizza Sports Pub call 520-229-0083 and place a ToGo order

Savaya Coffee Market call 520-447-5713 and place a ToGo order. Open 7am-1pm daily. They have new *affordable* home brewing options and will give a discount to OVCC members on coffee beans!

Subway at 1st and Tangerine is open 9am-9pm Mon – Sat, 10am-8pm Sunday. Take out, online and third party delivery.

Tap & Bottle

The Living Room Wine Cafe and Lounge call 520-308-5591 and place a ToGo order

The Views Restaurant call 520-825-3277 and place a ToGo order

Village Bakehouse call 520-531-0977 to place an order

Westward Look is offering ToGo meals, two for the price of one!

zpizza Tap Room

 

Open for Business

Alphagraphics check out their hot deals!

Amerigroup available for webex, email and phone

Athlon Physical Therapy is encouraging patients to utilize Telehealth Video Visits, though in-person PT is still available at all locations

Big Lots in Oro Valley Marketplace

Board & Brush is offering personalized signs and totes for Easter!

El Conquistador Golf & Tennis is open for golf!

Fleet Feet is offering curbside pickup.

Flex Gymnastics

Homewood Suites by Hilton

Madaras Gallery is offering a drive-thru service for ordering.

James Misciagna at Cruise Planners

Norwex Shannon Kutscher spring cleaning sale

Pedego…it’s beautiful weather for a bike ride!

Pima Pain Center is currently open normal business hours. They have incorporated telemedicine and a new web chatting platform on their website called Ask Jamie who is available for assistance.

Primerica/Sean Smiley

Ripley’s Luxury Real Estate Group is open for Virtual Listing Consultations and Buyer home tours via Facetime, Zoom or Skype.

Roadrunner Office Supply is open for business and we are delivering to the homes of businesses required to work from home using all precautions necessary

The Views Golf Club

Trouvaille Travel

 

How you can Help

ICS food bank is open and needs volunteers / food donations

Impact of Southern Arizona needs volunteers / donations Ways to help through ICS

All businesses need your support right now! Especially those in the restaurant/hospitality industries. Please patronize them as much as you’re able!

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest is asking for donations and volunteers

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