Minnesota Chamber members making a difference during the COVID-19 crisis
The Minnesota Chamber is incredibly proud and grateful for how our members have stepped up during the COVID-19 crisis to help their communities, fill supply needs and care for first responders. Continue to check back as we highlight what our amazing members are doing to help mitigate the impact and spread of COVID-19.
We'd love to share what your business is doing to lend a helping hand during the COVID-19 crisis. Tweet us using #DoGoodMN, tag us at @MN_Chamber or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
KSTP: Creating jobs during COVID-19 pandemic in smaller Minnesota communities ft. Chandler Industries
Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal: Blue Cross, North Memorial Health making homemade covers to reuse N95 masks
U.S. Bank announces 20% Premium Pay Program for employees and $30M commitment to support individual and small business recovery
Star Tribune: Target spending $300 million on pay raises, sick leave; donating $10 million to virus causes
Inforum: Digi-Key is teaming with the University of Minnesota in hopes of ending the ventilator shortage
Twin Cities Business: Stratasys, Minnesota Manufacturers Answer Call to Produce Medical Products in Short Supply
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