September 25, 2020
Chamber Resources Related to COVID-19
As the COVID-19 continues to evolve, the Chamber is monitoring and sharing information as we receive it. The Chamber encourages our members to stay informed, prepared and positive and offer support and patronage to our local small businesses at this critical time. The Chamber also promotes members utilizing the U.S. Chamber to stay informed and prepared as we continue to navigate this situation. Please visit our resource page at www.clarksvillechamber.com/news/2020/03/17/chamber/chamber-resources-related-to-covid-19 for more information.
August Business Spotlight is Level 10 Technology. The team at Level 10 have provided technical support to Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County for nearly two years and they always provided superior service. That has been especially true through the COVID-19 pandemic, which included a temporary store closure, personnel changes and multiple hardware upgrades. Be sure to nominate a Chamber member for the SEPTEMBER Business Spotlight and let us know why they impress you! Vote here: https://bit.ly/30SeyaA.
Tennessee Chambers Health
The Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry to offer TNCH (Tennessee Chambers Health), a statewide health care plan, to active Clarksville Chamber members with 2-100 Tennessee employees. For more information, please visit www.discoveraetna.com/afa.To request a quote, ask your broker about TN Chambers Health with Aetna Funding Advantage. Click on “Request a Quote” and be sure to select TN Chambers Health as the affinity organization.
Member to Member Discount Program
If you would like to offer a business discount to other Chamber members, please contact Melinda at firstname.lastname@example.org or 931-245-4341. For more information and discounts offered, please visit our site at Member to Member Discounts.
Tennessee Community CARES Program Grant
The Tennessee Department of Human Services has awarded $896k in the form of a grant to the Northern Middle Workforce Development Board in partnership with Workforce Essentials for the purpose of assisting small businesses and individuals within its 13 counties. For more information, please visit www.workforceessentials.com/blog/news/2020/09/18/community-cares-technology- grants.
tnAchieves, the local partnering organization for TN Promise, needs volunteers to serve as mentors for the Class of 2021! tnAchieves mentors will be able to serve their community virtually, working with local students to offer support throughout the college-going process. tnAchieves mentors spend about one hour per month working with a group of students to help them achieve their college-going goals. In 2021, mentors will serve their students using tnAchieves CONNECT. tnAchieves CONNECT is a new virtual mentoring tool that allows mentors to remain connected to their students in a safe, online environment. It will also allow mentors to serve from their home and on their own schedule! To learn more and apply you can visit www.tnachieves.org/mentors/apply or contact Tyler Ford at email@example.com or (309) 945-3446.
City of Clarksville Police Department
Clarksville Police are inviting citizens to take part in a survey about the safety of the community and the department’s overall performance. The survey can be completed online here. The survey period will begin Tuesday, Sept. 15 to Saturday, Oct. 31. Survey answers are completely confidential, and the respondent’s identity will not be known. The survey also invites citizens' recommendations and suggestions for improvements. If you have issues clicking the link above, the address to the survey is here: https://www.cityofclarksville.com/943/CPD-Community-Survey.
CMC Education Foundation
The CMC Education Foundation needs your help putting cardboard recycling bins back at CMCSS schools. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, the Education Foundation can receive earmarked donations and allocate them to a specific cause, such as recycling. A link to the CMC Education Foundation's Bloomerang donation software account allows any interested parties to donate directly to the cause. Each donor will receive an emailed charitable donation receipt. To provide the bins at CMCSS schools, the cost is $35 per month, per school. In round numbers, it is $350 a school year. The fee for cardboard pick-up will be used to offset the price of Bi-County employees, equipment, and gas. For more information on sponsoring a school or to receive a secure link to donate, please contact Robin Burton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Susan G. Komen Central Tennessee
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We need your help now more than ever to continue providing services to uninsured/underinsured women in YOUR county as well as fund vital research to find a cure. Partnering with a nationally well-known organization such as Susan G. Komen allows chamber members to participate in the fight against this disease while also helping vulnerable members of the community. You can partner by forming a virtual walk or local fundraiser. This year Komen's More Than Pink Walk is going virtual! Start a team with your family, friends, and co-workers to "Walk Where You Are!" Register today at www.komencentraltennessee.org. For more information, contact Emily Daniels at 615-383-0017 or email@example.com.
Chamber Audit Report FY17
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