The Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce has extended its Save Our Locals $20.21 campaign and will now accept donations to participating Saratoga County nonprofit organizations.
“As we head into the giving season, we’re expanding the reach and impact of Save Our Locals $20.21 by inviting residents and out-of-town visitors to make donations of $20.21 or more to participating non-profits throughout the County,” said Todd Shimkus, president, Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce. “Your donation will now make you eligible for entry into Save Our Locals $20.21 for a chance to win one of a variety of $100 gift cards.”
Launched in mid-October, Save Our Locals $20.21 is the second iteration of the Save Our Locals campaign initially begun by the Chamber during the height of COVID-19 in 2020. Ideated out of a need to counteract COVID-19 restrictions that severely impacted the county’s economy, Save Our Locals aims to help economic recovery across Saratoga County.
Now, people are not only encouraged to make purchases at locally owned businesses but to also make donations to non-profit organizations rooted in the Saratoga County community.
“Our non-profit organizations felt the impact of COVID-19 just as much as our businesses, restaurants, salons, car dealerships, contractors and many more did,” said Shimkus. “It’s only right that we do our part to support these organizations that provide so much to various communities throughout Saratoga County.”
To see a list of participating nonprofit organizations, visit www.saratoga.org/save-our-locals-20-21/#donate.
To learn more about how to participate and enter for a chance to win, visit www.saratoga.org/save-our-locals-20-21.