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In Good Company | Issue No. 4

We have observed the tough decisions business owners and individuals have had to make in light of these unprecedented times. We know that everyone is doing the best they can under these dire circumstances. We also feel it is important to shine a light on local businesses and community members and the remarkable ways in which they’ve quickly pivoted to adapt to the changing landscape despite the difficult decisions they have had to make. Each week we’ll be sharing positive stories that we’re hearing. We're proud to be IN GOOD COMPANY.

This week's stories:

  • Beyond Yoga is taking action by making and donating non-medical face masks to essential workers and offering the community a chance to protect themselves and pitch in to their donation. They are working with local manufacturers to produce the masks and ensuring they are taking all the necessary precautions in production. When you purchase their 2-pack of face masks, they will donate 2 masks to essential workers who need them. READ MORE
  • Heal announced "Heal Telemedicine", a Talk to a Doctor video and phone telemedicine platform, which is available to over 100 million Americans in various states. READ MORE
  • Ready To Succeed, a non-profit focused on helping foster youth who graduate college secure strong first jobs, has delivered $500 to each of its 50 Scholars (with plans for a second installment in May) and is providing one-on-one tax preparation to ensure that each student files their tax returns and receives their government stimulus check. For their 18 graduating seniors, most of whom have had job offers rescinded, Ready to Succeed has committed to providing a minimum of $2,500 to cover basic needs such as housing, food, transportation and mental health support. READ MORE
  • HiHo was honored to provide dinner to a group of healthcare providers from the ICU at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center recently. In recognition of the extraordinary efforts that these medical workers - and those just like them at other local hospitals - are making to bravely provide care for our communities, HiHo, along with their sister companies, UOVO and Sushi Nozawa Group's KazuNori, have joined together to Feed the Front Line. READ MORE
  • Kylie and Kris Jenner have teamed up with cosmetics company Coty to mass-produce hand sanitizers to donate to Southern California hospitals. Each sanitizer will come with a special message, reading, “dedicated to first responders working to support our communities”. Kylie also recently donated $1 million to help supply protective wear to healthcare professionals fighting coronavirus on the front lines. READ MORE