Donate Today to the

Garner Small Business Resiliency Fund

All donations are tax-deductible.  The fund is a partnership between the Garner Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Garner Association.

A Community-Driven Disaster Response to COVID 19

The Garner community has come together to start the Garner Small Business Resiliency Fund to offer grants to our local small businesses at this time of need.  From now until April 15, we will be raising funds from the local community to award grants up to $2,000 to local small business applicants to help them stay in business during the COVID-19 crisis.  To date, we have already received almost $20,000 in donations, but we need more! The more funds we raise, the more grants we can give.

Applications are now closed

Interested in helping out at this critical time?

Donate by Credit Card

Make an online donation to the Garner Small Business Resiliency Fund using our secure Stripe donation portal.  Donors will receive a receipt from Stripe and a thank you email – these documents should be retained for tax purposes.

Donate by Check

Please make your check payable to: Garner Revitalization Association or GRA.

To expedite our campaign, we have two convenient ways to donate by check, drop-off and pick-up.


Drop-off Locations:

Lights Unlimited
310 McCormick Street
Garner, NC 27529
Between 8am – 1pm

120 E. Main Street
Garner, NC 27529
Deposit in locked mailbox


Pick-up Option:

We’ll come pick your check-up.
Click the button below to fill out our contact form and we’ll be in touch!

The Fine Print:

The Garner Revitalization Association, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit (EIN 41-2188619) that is doing business as (DBA) the Garner Small Business Resiliency Fund.  All private donations made to the Garner Small Business Resiliency Fund are tax-deductible.   Donors should retain their emailed receipt as an acknowledgment of their gift for tax purposes.

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, tax laws require the Garner Revitalization Association to certify that donors will receive no goods or services in consideration of this contribution; therefore, the full amount of a gift is tax-deductible.