We believe in working together to promote a strong, healthy, connected community. During the Coronavirus outbreak, it’s more important than ever before that we work together for Winston-Salem. The places where our community gathers are the heart of our city. Our restaurants, breweries, museums, sports venues, theaters, and more work tirelessly to create spaces and experiences we all rely on in our daily lives. Right now, important changes are needed to ensure that the COVID 19 transmission rate slows. Social distancing means big changes for the venues we care about. It’s time to work together for Winston-Salem.
Click here for COVID 19 Employer Resources
Impact and Needs Survey
Order take-out or delivery to show your support for your favorite local restaurants. The Winston Starts startup Swipe.by is an app that allows you to order free curbside pickup from many restaurants. Eat Now Delivery is another local service to utilize for restaurant orders.
Click below for a full list of restaurants, their contact information, and details on their delivery & takeout options:
Check with stores to ask if they’re offering curbside service. Order online from local stores for purchases you need now and consider buying gift cards to use later.
Follow the Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership for information and resources supporting our downtown community.
DWSP Restaurants & Retailers List
Sports & Gyms
Support your favorite teams by purchasing merchandise to wear in the upcoming seasons and showing your support on social media. Keep your current exercise memberships active, and take part in virtual workouts when possible.
Museums & the Arts
Keep your annual memberships active, swap current ticket purchases for future events, and follow your favorite venues for virtual content to stay in touch.
Learn about donation and volunteer needs in the community at HandsOn NWNC’s resource list. Learn more and apply for the COVID 19 Response Fund for Forsyth County.
Follow Visit Winston-Salem for the latest updates on supporting local tourism attractions and venues:
Visit Winston-Salem Covid-19 Updates
The Forsyth Tech Cares initiative is connecting students to changing needs to help them succeed in distance learning. WS/FCS is delivering meals and providing devices and internet access to students to keep learning uninterrupted.
The Entrepreneurial Ecosystem
Take part in virtual meetings at Venture Cafe or contact the Forsyth Tech Small Business Center to get set up with a mentor to meet with by phone. Click here for a link to schedule a virtual session with a Forsyth Tech SBC mentor.
The Entrepreneurial Ecosystem is asking for your feedback on how the Coronavirus pandemic is affecting your company- take the survey.
Check out our COVID 19 resource page for tips and office solutions for working remotely.