These Small Businesses Are Committed to Giving Back—Here’s How to Help

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Small businesses make up 44 percent of America’s economic activity—and many are taking a hit due to COVID-19. While the federal government is coming up with steps to provide aid, it’s a complicated and lengthy process.

Moreover, small businesses are often built around a sense of community—the importance of which has been brought to new light during the pandemic. “The current climate is a big reminder of the importance of community. We live in a world that allows us to do so much on our own. Groceries can be delivered to our doorstep. Uber can take us to the airport, so our family can stay home, Alexa can answer our questions so we don’t have to ‘phone a friend,’” Michelle Tunno Buelow, founder of Bella Tunno bibs tells The Bump. “But, when times get really tough, and they certainly are at this point, we are reminded of how much we really need each other and that…

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