This Memorial Day, all 169 Stater Bros. Markets locations will participate in the National Moment of Remembrance to remember and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. The National Moment of Remembrance, which was established by an Act of Congress in 2000, designates 3:00 p.m. local time on Memorial Day each year as the National Moment of Remembrance, in honor of the men and women of the United States who died in the pursuit of freedom and peace. At exactly 3:00 p.m.
The City wants to ensure that we are providing the latest news regarding re-opening our businesses. Attached are three informational documents for you and your business that may be useful. Letter from the OC Health Care Agency on re-opening businesses. The letter provides links to re-opening guidelines and how to prepare you location.The City Council adopted a restaurant/retail outdoor dining/display process on public and private property for the next few months to assist your businesses. The
In honor of Military Appreciation Month, Stater Bros. Charities is partnering with Chobani to provide a joint contribution of $75,000 to Operation Homefront in support of military and veteran families in areas served by Stater Bros. Markets. “For us, it’s simply unacceptable that a single veteran or military family struggles to put food on their table. Those who serve our country deserve better than that. We’ve been honored to support the incredible work of Operation Homefront for years, and this new
With unprecedented need for critical services and essential supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic, employees of Edison International, Southern California Edison and Edison Energy mobilized to donate $259,000 for nonprofits supporting COVID-19 relief efforts. With the company match, the employee fundraiser brought in $414,000. The fundraiser provided a $58,000 donation to Direct Relief, a humanitarian aid organization based in Santa Barbara that serves the world's most vulnerable and at-risk
Holiday Inn Buena Park, in conjunction with the California Hotel and Lodging Association (CHLA) has successfully completed the "Clean + Safe" certification program. This certification establishes a level of cleanliness to alleviate guest concerns when starting to travel again. The program establishes cleanliness guidelines as well as a certification process where certified businesses can display a badge to confirm they are clean, safe and ready for guests.Click here to see the certification.
These are unprecedented times and SoCalGas wants you to know that they are committed to providing safe and reliable natural gas service to customers especially during the Governor’s COVID-19 Executive Order No. 33-20 to ‘stay at home’. While families stay home to slow the spread of coronavirus, you can rest assured that the natural gas your community counts on will continue to be there for you. See some examples of efforts to continue reliable natural gas services during the crisis, help families and small
Currently enrolled students may be eligible to receive a $500 federal grant and are encouraged to submit a form to check their eligibility with the Fullerton College Financial Aid Office. Fullerton College received $4.85 million from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF), made possible by the CARES Act. These funds must be awarded directly to currently enrolled students who have been negatively impacted by the pandemic and are eligible to receive federal financial aid. Students who submit
Fullerton College purchased 1,700 laptops to help students complete their remote learning while social distancing requirements continue through the spring semester. Laptops will be distributed to students on a first-come basis. Students may request a laptop by filling out a brief form which they can access at the following link: Request Technology Support.Read more.
Class of 2020 graduates are invited to sign up to receive a special, one-time “Buzzy Bundle for the Class of 2020” care package which will include a cap, a gown, a 2020 tassel, a commemorative Commencement 2020 pin, and more FC surprises for graduates. While this care package will never take the place of the Commencement ceremony the college would have had on May 23 please know that we celebrate your success as you embark on a new journey! As soon as it is deemed safe to be back on campus resuming normal
The CSUF SBDC is teaming up with LISC LA and Wells Fargo for their LISC OC Small Business Relief Program to offer grants to micro-businesses in Orange County.Thanks to support from Wells Fargo, LISC LA is providing 15 $5,000 grants to small businesses affected by the COVID-19 Crisis.The CSUF SBDC be hosting a webinar on May 7th, 10-10:30a to provide businesses with more information on the grant application and eligibility requirements.Click Here to sign up for the webinar:
Cal State Fullerton faculty and staff garnered close to $4.9 million in funding during March and April 2020. Supported projects and studies ranged from helping small businesses affected by COVID-19 and promoting an accurate 2020 census count in California, to monitoring oysters and researching cancer navigation among Vietnamese Americans. Michael Daniel, director of the CSUF Small Business Development Center: $2,611,752 from the Small Business Administration for the Small Business Development Centers
Orange County Conservative Corps was called to support the Second Harvest Food Bank Weekly Drive-Thru Food Bank and the City of Anaheim at their weekly food distribution event at the Honda Center. More than 6,000 families received critically needed food and supplies. Click here to view the video.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic impacts, The Toll Roads have made temporary adjustments to business processes to accommodate drivers and FasTrak® accountholders. “These are unprecedented times and The Toll Roads are adjusting and adapting daily to meet the needs of our drivers,” said Samuel Johnson, Interim CEO of the Transportation Corridor Agencies, the two joint powers authorities responsible for operations of The Toll Roads. “We’ve taken steps to help our customers through
Let It Brie showed their support to the frontline workers at St. Jude Medical Center by donating 200 cheese boards.
Today, CPGI Real Estate Services donated over 200 fresh cold pressed juice bottles and ginger shots (approximately $1,500 in value) to St. Jude Medical Center to support the frontline healthcare workers. CPGI purchased these juice bottles from a Fullerton business known as R3fresh Superfoods Cafe located at 135 E. Commonwealth Ave in the heart of Downtown Fullerton. CPGI Real Estate Services is located at 135 N. Harbor Blvd. Suite 101, Fullerton, CA 92832.
As millions have shifted to working and learning remotely, Charter’s products and services have proven critical to the country’s continued operation, including nearly all businesses, education, news and entertainment, healthcare, and governments. Its employees have stepped in and stepped up, ensuring customers stay connected when it matters most. They are the greatest resource, and to reinforce Charter's commitment to them in this uncertain time, on April 19th it was announced that for at least the next 60