How the Hospitality and Tourism Industries are Preparing for a Post-Pandemic World
By Jane Hodges-Young
Northbay Biz, KSRO - June 4, 2020
"...Several wineries upped the ante by donating a portion of their sales to local charities and struggling businesses. Cuvaison in Calistoga gave $5 to the Restaurant Workers Community Foundation for each wine club shipment; The Donum Estate in Sonoma donated $10 for every online order to the World Health Organizations’ COVID-19 Response Fund; Donelan Family Wines in Santa Rosa donated 10 percent of its sales to a restaurant of the customer’s choosing; and Inman Family Wines in Santa Rosa donated a portion of its sales to Meals on Wheels.
“My elderly parents are shut in because of the pandemic, and luckily they have me and my sister to drop off things at their door. But I was conscious that there are so many older folks who don’t have family nearby who can do that. That was why Meals on Wheels seemed so important in a crisis like this, as they not only bring meals but help with errands too,” explains Kathleen Inman, who owns Inman Family Wines along with her husband, Simon Inman..."
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