Get your $200 today from TableBoost. We are launching a new program to provide $200 in credit to every restaurant that creates a free TableBoost account to help manage the maintenance, emergency repair, and purchase of kitchen equipment. The app generates “tickets” for all equipment servicing/purchasing that are automatically sent to the restaurant’s service providers and others. You’ll get credits when you pay these invoices through TableBoost:
- $50 for 1st Repair
- $50 for 1st Recurring Maintenance
- $50 for 1st Purchase
- $50 for 1st Emergency Support
Receive our free equipment management app along with free implementation support. Activate your TableBoost account by September 30th to take advantage of this offer. Then you’ll have until the end of 2020 to use your $200 credit. What are you waiting for? Sign up now at www.TableBoost.com
Here are a few other notable restaurant relief resources that are currently accepting applications for assistance:
James Beard Good Food For Good Foundation
Launching this summer is the foundation’s new Open for Good Industry Support Fund. Grants will initially support the supplemental costs of PPE, redesigning spaces for social distancing, and/or other business improvements needed to reopen restaurants. The fund will ultimately transition to supporting the financial needs of chef-owners to strengthen and expand their businesses.
Restaurant Workers’ Community Foundation
The foundation has raised more than $7 million including an August 4, 2020 donation of $250,000. 50% of those moneys provide direct crisis relief to individual restaurant workers, 25% to nonprofit organizations serving restaurant workers in crisis, and 25% for zero-interest loans for restaurants to get back up and running.
USBG National Charity Foundation
Boston-based partners Samuel Adams and The Greg Hill Foundation (Greg’s a local radio personality/restaurateur) are taking their successful Restaurant Strong Fund to 20 states to aid restaurant workers impacted by COVID-19 closures. Following the Massachusetts launch in mid-March, Samuel Adams is donating more than $2 million to kickstart funding in Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Vermont.