Wixom Fundraiser for Small Businesses has Matching Funds Available

 

Wixom Fundraiser for Small Businesses has Matching Funds Available

(Patronicity, May 5, 2020)

Wixom, MI – Wixom has teamed up with Main Street Oakland County and Patronicity for a fundraiser to benefit local businesses hurt by the COVID-19 crisis.

According to their Patronicity page, “Wixom is a small town that has a rich history rooted in the railroad and automotive industries. Our charming and vibrant downtown is the heart of our community which provides a unique experience to residents and visitors from across the state of Michigan. Whether it is attending a summer street festival, exercising in the park, or visiting the Michigan Air Line Trail you will experience a friendly, welcoming community that supports one another.

“As with many communities, our businesses are experiencing economic hardships and rely on the surrounding community to lend them support. We want to show our downtown businesses that we value their continued commitment to our Downtown.”

All funds will go directly to help the Downtown Wixom businesses during this crisis. The Wixom DDA, along with Main Street Oakland County, has created a ​financial assistance grant program that business owners will be able to apply for funds that can be used for:

rent/mortgage

utilities

payroll

supplies

day to day operational needs

Additionally, Main Street Oakland County will match dollar for dollar up to $4,000 of this campaign.

Main Street Oakland County’s and your support will help over 30 businesses that provide services to you and the Wixom community. Don’t let this crisis take away the downtown we know and love.

For more information or to donate, visit the Downtown Wixom Patronicity Page.

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