Local Businesses You Can Support From Home
As a member of the Boston community, we know how important it is to support our small businesses.
We know that more and more small businesses here in Boston are being affected and to continue to support them as much as we can, we’ve compiled a list of local businesses that you can support from home.
1. Urban Grape
How You Can Help: Shop online and opt for pickup or delivery!
Please email us at [email protected] for order requests.
Please call 857.250.2509 for help with an order.
"The Urban Grape is an award-winning wine, craft beer, and spirits store located in Boston’s vibrant South End neighborhood."
How You Can Help: Curbside Pickup and Home Delivery available!
"Formaggio Kitchen South End is a unique gourmet food shop in Boston’s historic South End. We hand-select the finest artisan products from Europe and North America, including small production cheeses, charcuterie, hand made sweets, rare spices, pantry staples, natural wines, craft beers, and freshly baked breads from local bakeries."
How You Can Help: Providing home vehicle pickup and return plus sanitation!
"We have been serving the people of Jamaica Plain and the surrounding communities for over 35 years. We do something unique in our industry by eliminating many of the problems customers encounter with automotive repair facilities."
Though their work looks and feels different today than it did just last week, their mission is the same: empowering and showing up for our youth. More than Words is both an online and brick-and-mortar book and home goods store with locations in Boston and Waltham. More importantly, the organization is a job training and youth development program that empowers nearly 350 youth each year to take charge of their lives by taking charge of our $4M bookselling business. They work with the most vulnerable young adults in Greater Boston: those who are in the foster care system, court-involved, homeless, or out of school. At More Than Words, they earn a paying job, working approximately 20 hours per week in our businesses learning critical customer service, technology, inventory management, and leadership skills.
What are they doing now? They continue to stay in touch remotely with the young people they work with, whether remotely through donated technology or by making sure that they are safe and fed. They are also continuing to pay their young people and connecting them with the resources to help during these times.