The Seattle Good Business Network Support Hub is a compilation of resources and information for the general public looking to support our local businesses and community, and for our local businesses looking for relief, promotion, and tools to navigate these uncharted economic waters.

On this page, you’ll find a number of ways you can connect with community to keep our local economy going.

Other pages share ways to directly Support Restaurants and Support Local Business while the Resources and Learning page has information about relief resources, services, and technical assistance (many pro bono). 

We will be regularly updating this site. If you have additional ideas please let us know!

Updated: 4/10/20

Connect and share your ideas on these pages and community-built resources!

Community Resource Round Up

COVID-19 Mutual Aid Resources

Emergency Food Resources in Seattle Area – call 2-1-1 to find out more information about health and human services available in Seattle and King County 

Full Service Worker’s AllianceComposed from individuals actively working in all roles in the full service restaurant industry. The FSWA is determined to bring workers and employers together with Legislators to stand up and protect our Full Service Restaurant culture. The dynamic created by bringing full service workers together creates an engaged community and positive working environment. 

Seattle Restaurant Support FB group

Support Seattle’s Local Businesses FB group

100 Million Mask Project FB Group & Crafters Against COVID-19 FB Group  (Masks and PPE)

CID Restaurant and Small Business Relief Fund – A fund for businesses located in the Chinatown International District. The fund was seeded by a generous $100,000 donation from Vulcan. This initial contribution will focus on restaurants in the neighborhood, which have seen a severe decline in business since early February.

Personal Protective Equipment Donation! Donate your unopened boxes of masks (N95 preferred), gowns, eye protection, and gloves to keep front-line health care workers healthy so they can save lives here OR here!

The Plate Fund – providing one-time cash payments to the hardest-hit workers in the restaurant and food-service industry.

King County Regional Donations Connector – Donate to nonprofits, organizations, COVID-19 response fund, and more!

Social Justice Fund NW!

Support Seattle hospital staff! – A GoFundMe hosted by La Palmera, a local restaurant.

If you have extra cleaning supplies, small businesses could use them! Spare hand sanitizer, bleach, and disinfectant wipes and sprays all appreciated!

Contact gro.doogelttaes@aerdna or 206.629.2346 x 2 to coordinate drop off. We will distribute to businesses who are requesting our help in sourcing these items.

Chief Seattle Club – Meal delivery for quarantined Native elders and relatives: Do you know a Native elder or relative with chronic health conditions who ate their meals at Chief Seattle Club but can’t any longer because they are quarantined? Are you a Native elder who is quarantined and could benefit from receiving groceries delivered to you? Please reach out to us in one of the following ways with Facebook messenger; or contact program manager Colleen Chalmers, gro.bulcelttaesfeihc@sremlahc.neelloc, call or text message (206) 681 6767.

Good Farmer FundThe Good Farmer Fund assists farms in crisis. Funds help mitigate financial fallout from situations such as crop loss from extreme weather, equipment or infrastructure damage or loss from fire, flood, or heavy snow, or predator-related livestock loss.


Post on social media about how you are helping small businesses! Let others know which businesses you are supporting, share our Seattle Good Support Hub site or our social posts! Be sure to tag #SupportSeattleSmallBiz #WeGotThisSeattle @SeattleGood 

If you have time on your hands in the coming weeks, offer to volunteer for your favorite business or nonprofit. Let them know your skillset and how you can help out. A lot of work can be done online from the comfort of your couch!

Check out United Way of King County for a comprehensive list of volunteer opportunities.

Seattle Good Business Network can always use volunteer help from research to marketing and consulting. Contact gro.doogelttaes@aerdna if you can help out!

Do you have materials or services or materials for PPE production? Please fill out this FORM

Are you interested in manufacturing face shields? Fill out this FORM

Learn about PPE regulations from WA State Dept. of Enterprise Services HERE.

These two organizations are connecting PPE supply with demand:
Get Us PPE.
Project N95.
Donate PPE here OR here!

PPE FB groups:
100 Million Mask Project FB Group  
Crafters Against COVID-19 FB Group  (Masks and PPE)

Seattle Good Business Network’s NW Sewn apprenticeship project partner, KAAS Tailored, is supporting the Providence 100 Million Masks Project. You can help by making a financial donation to support their COVID-19 response here, including obtaining and producing protective gear for our caregivers.

Help Support Our Mission

By supporting Seattle Good Business Network, you help support our work to build a vibrant, sustainable, and inclusive local economy, and to help our local businesses when they need it the most. Learn about all the work we do here

Thank You to Our Support Hub Sponsors

If you are interested in learning more about supporting our work or the Support Hub project please contact:
Erin Adams at gro.doogelttaes@nire, or 206.629.2346 x 1.