While we’re fortunate enough to still be working and to be able to do it from home, there are so many Atlanta institutions, big and small, that are struggling to keep their lights on as coronavirus continues to ruin pretty much everything.
Below, we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite local places, how you can continue to support them during this time, and we’ve linked them to places where you can get more info. We will be adding to this list as you all send us suggestions, as we find more places to give, and as more people are affected by the bad kind of corona.
Please give what you can. Help where you can. And take care of yourself so, as soon as we are able to, we can jump right back in to supporting these businesses in real life.
Future Perfect Massage: Book remote sessions or purchase gift cards
Krog Street Market: Curbside pickup & delivery from many of their restaurants
Hazel Jane’s: Serving a takeout menu & retail wine & beer 10% off.
Ticonderoga Club: Donate at least $30 to their employee relief fund & get a donor exclusive pen
Fulton County Animal Shelter: Adoption fees waived through March 20
Giving Kitchen: Organization who helps food service workers
8 Arm: Staff GoFundMe Fundraiser, Takeout menu
Kimball House: Staff GoFundMe Fundraiser, Takeout menu
Aluama Farm: City farm doing Community Supported Agriculture pre-sales
97 Estoria: Staff GoFundMe Fundraiser
Lloyds: Staff GoFundMe Fundraiser
The Earl: Staff GoFundMe Fundraiser
A Cappella Books: Free in-town book delivery
Little Bear: Takeout menu
Halfway Crooks: Takeout 4 packs
Barry’s Bootcamp: Hosting live digital workouts
Nina & Rafi: Delivery & Pick Up
Bennet’s Market: Still Open & offering delivery
Bocca Lupo: Takeout menu
ATL Family Meal: Organization aiming to help food service workers
Leveler: website that allows peer to peer wealth distribution to those out of jobs
Simple Bread Company: donating 15% of profits to small businesses, donating & delivery bread to the elderly
Call Your Representatives: to demand small business help