5 Businesses Supporting the Community

5 Businesses Supporting the Community

One of the most positive things about this time is seeing all the people willing to step up and be leaders and helpers. It shows that even in times of social distancing, we can still find ways support each other. Here is a round up of some of our favorite helpers!

1. Musee 

Musee found over 150 N95 masks in their warehouse, and they donated them to hospitals in need. Not only that, they're looking into making soap for hospital workers and vulnerable people! For those of us at home, check out their fun video on how to have an at at-home spa day!

2. Redland Cotton

Redland Cotton is known for their amazing sheets and bath towels, but they've taken their expertise in a new direction They're now sewing masks for the University of Alabama Birmingham, as well as providing fabric to Heidi Elnora to help sew masks for more doctors, nurses, and vulnerable people. They are mobilizing sewers across the country, and sending kits or fabric to others who can help.

3. Old Edwards Inn & Spa

Old Edwards has brought their on-property programming online! They launched a #ResortRemotely guide to help feed resort inspiration to those at home. Their Instagram will showcase daily tips on “how to resort,” featuring recipes from property chefs, golfing tips, local musicians, and interior decor advice!

4. Half-Mile Farm

If you need some peace, check into the “Virtually Inn-sider” program from Half-Mile Farm. On their Instagram, you'll find farm-fresh meal ideas and afternoon cocktail service ideas, alongside inspirational photos and videos.

5. Zen Nails

This Brentwood, Tennessee nail salon originally closed because of the virus, but they decided to put the salon space to good use. They re-opened with their staff and a few volunteers to start making masks and other protective gear for hospital workers. So far, they have made over 2000 masks, face shields, and patient gowns.