Operation Friend To Friend Back to Business Grant 5

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Put Employees Back to Work

Like so many small towns across the country, our economy literally depends on the backs of small business owners.

Help Replace Equipment

As a business owner, I want to help friends who have lost the tools of their trades.

About

Operation Friend to Friend wants to make sure our neighbors in Greenbrier County have jobs to return to.  As a business owner in White Sulphur Springs, WV, I want to help other local small business owners put their employees back to work.

As a business owner, I want to help friends who have lost the tools of their trades.  Like so many small towns across the country, our economy literally depends on the backs of small business owners.  For example, my friend Guy Hubbard who owns and operates a local tree service lost all his equipment.  For $3,000 we can purchase new saws and put him and his employees back to work. Cooks Kitchen lost $10,000 in food to prepare for The Greenbrier Classic.  They bought this food on credit and do not have the ability to reopen.  These are the stories we can change.  

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How it all started

Operation Friend to Friend started serendipitously on Saturday June 25th. Twenty-four hours after the devastating floods in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, my wife Darlene and I decided we wanted to cook pancakes for flood victims and friends who had began the recovery work. We set up a small table in the lot next to our flooded business on Main Street. By lunch, Tent Town and Operation Friend to Friend was born.

We started with a 10×10 pop up tent and ended up with a relief station.  Others joined us and over the next 2.5 days we served thousands of meals with donated food, donated propane and an incredible amount of volunteer labor.  From 7 am until dark, Tent Town became a gathering spot for stories, hugs, donations, muddy boots, tears, meals and clean water.

Donate

Why should I donate?

Please consider supporting Operation Friend to Friend to help meet the immediate needs of our local business owners. If they reopen, they put people back to work and our neighbors can slowly begin to rebuild their lives. Your donation has the potential to effect lots of people.

 

These funds will be received and distributed by The Falconry and Raptor Education Foundation. The Foundation is an IRS 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization who is temporarily changing it focus to help small business owners in need
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