Thursday, 29 October 2020 14:48

Saratoga County Capital Resources Corporation Donates $10,000 to Save Our Locals Campaign

Saratoga County Capital Resources Corporation Donates $10,000 to Save Our Locals Campaign

WILTON — The Saratoga County Capital Resources Corporation on Oct. 26 donated $10,000 to the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce’s Save Our Locals campaign. 

The funds will be used to create a help line for use by businesses in Saratoga County during the pandemic as well as to create boosted social media posts and videos to promote hundreds of local independently owned businesses.

The announcement of the donation was made by Anita Daly and Art Johnson, Chair and Vice Chair, respectively, of the Capital Resources Corporation, as well as Raymond O’Conor, the organization’s Chief Executive Officer. 

“We all realize just how important it is to help our local independently owned firms across all of Saratoga County as they face restrictions and limitations to stop the spread of COVID 19,” said Daly, in a statement. “The leadership provided by the Chamber for all businesses across Saratoga County during this pandemic provided our board with the confidence to know that they will use these funds wisely to help the businesses we love to survive this crisis.”

The Chamber launched the Save Our Locals campaign on Oct. 16. Local businesses interested in joining the Save Our Local campaign are invited to visit www.saratoga.org and to click the Save Our Locals button. They can also send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to ask to be included in the boosted social media posts, the Take Out Promotion or the Online Gift Card promotion. 

The SCCRC is a local not for profit development company that provides low interest rate tax-exempt and taxable debt financing to not- for- profit and other organizations. 

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