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SCWCC is committed to economic vitality for our members and our community. With strategic business and political relationships, we offer impactful connections to support businesses in the Southern Colorado region. We focus on strategies to create an environment for businesses success by providing network and educational opportunities, building business relationships, and advocating for our members and the community we serve.
If you’re looking for ways to get involved and help the community, please visit helpcoloradonow.org today!
#HelpColoradoNow #SCWCC #ColoradoSpringsCommunityEarlier this week we announced our COVID-19 Colorado Relief Fund. To date, I’m so proud to say that we’ve raised just under $3.8 million to date, which includes $318,000 raised online from almost 2,000 individual donors. On the volunteer side, we have already secured commitments from 4,342 volunteers. Thank you to all of the Coloradans out there who are doing their part to help get us through this crisis.
#SCWCC#supportlocal#TiffanyCoxDesign#MattersOfPerspectiveDuring these uncertain times, many of my clients are wondering how they can promote their new online services or even what they can do online with their businesses. If you’re wondering the same, I’d love to invite you to this FREE Online Marketing Strategy session on Monday, March 23rd at noon - 1 pm MST.
We will work together to brainstorm ideas for your business to continue making money and promote yourself even with COVID-19 shutting down physical locations!
No registration required just join us in our Zoom room here: zoom.us/j/218059085 We hope to see you there!
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Friday said that the deadline for filing tax returns is being moved from April 15 to July 15, after his department earlier this week similarly extended the due date for tax payments amid the coronavirus. The IRS is extending the federal income tax filing deadline to July 15 as part of a growing effort to stem the financial pain from the coronavirus pandemic. The move gives Americans three months more than they normally would have to file their income tax returns for the 2019 tax year, without incurring interest or penalties. ... See MoreSee Less