RESTAURANTS: PARTICIPATE IN OUR NEW FOOD RESILIENCY PROGRAM!
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Appetite for Good, in partnership with Los Altos Mountain View Community Foundation, recognizes the ongoing challenges of the restaurant industry to recover as we go through another wave of the pandemic.
Facing labor shortages, supply issues, and uncertain future demand, restaurants are still working hard to survive. We also see an opportunity for restaurants to work on programs to strengthen their businesses from future uncertainties. We also recognize the ongoing struggle for residents to get access to food. We see an opportunity to help our restaurants, and community members in need build a more resilient future through this pandemic and beyond.
How It Works
Appetite for Good and Los Altos Mountain View Community Foundation are offering a Food Resiliency Program for Mountain View-based restaurants that have been impacted by the pandemic and who wish to implement solutions in their businesses that will help with long-term resiliency making future uncertainties less impactful.
We have committed up to $120,000 for this program. Fund amounts will range from approximately $2,500 to $10,000 per restaurant. Restaurants provide gift certificates for distribution through our partners in the amount of funds received. Restaurants get a much-needed infusion of cash in one payment and help their community. We’ve helped dozens of restaurants provide thousands of meals to those in need.
You must express interest in this program by applying by Tuesday, October 26, 2021, by 11:59 pm.
Funds will be granted, and applicants will be notified of their status on or about Friday, November 5, 2021.
“What you are doing is amazing! It helped people that needed food to eat, and it helped me keep my dream of owning a restaurant alive!” Restaurant in Downtown, Mountain View
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