This past Friday Fountain Valley residents came out to cash mob Heavenly Vintage Nursery and Tio Flacos Tacos. Fountain Valley is home to many small businesses, neighborhood allies and small-town vibes. During Covid-19 small businesses are struggling and three women knew how they could help. Lynn Seeden, Fountain Valley Living Magazine, Anne Marie Jones, Fountain Valley small business owner and Gigi Hart, Cash Mob Facebook Administrator, have put together a weekly cash mob focusing on small businesses in Fountain Valley. Join in on the fun this Friday and stay tuned for the secret location!
Tanya Hoxsie, C.E.O. of the Boys & Girls Club of Huntington Valley, refused to close her company's doors because she realized that the children of medical personnel and essential workers required childcare.
These amazing people went above and beyond the average typical neighbor, and during COVID-19 the Fountain Valley community spirit has not stopped. We've gathered three stories from the community that show caring, kindness, and cash!
Hey locals, Fountain Valley is gearing up for a cash mob to support our local businesses. Go to the secret location, spend $20 and leave with goodies! Fountain Valley loves our mom & pop shops and to show it the city is organizing cash mobs to support struggling businesses through Covid-19. Fountain Valley has done 20 successful cash mobs in the past with this round being led by Lynn Seeden, Fountain Valley Living Magazine photographer, and Ann Marie Jones, Managing Partner at Manufactured Home Works.
Au Lac living foods and vegetarian restaurant is serving up wholesome foods through quarantine. No need to eat greasy when Au Lac has a full menu of healthy delights!
Orange County is reopening over 60,000 acres of regional and wilderness parks along with camping on May 16 after a two-month long shut down. The Orange County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to reopen parking lots across the county this weekend with the exception of beach parking lots which will remain closed. Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do stated in a Press Release "Many Orange County residents do not live within walking distance of a park, especially our seniors and disabled residents," said Vice Chairman Andrew Do, First District Supervisor. "Now all residents have the opportunity to access County parks while
Fountain Valley's City Manager, Rob Houston, sent out a press release stating Fountain Valley's initial open date of May 1 has been adjusted to May 15, 2020. The city, and its services, remain under the 'stay at home' order and citizens are asked to leave their homes for essential activities only.
Project Rotary Shield set up at Freedom Hall in Miles Square Park today for a weekend full of volunteers assembling face shields for healthcare workers. Project Rotary Shield and the Fountain Valley Rotary club, Rotary District 5320, are aiming to make 50,000 face shields to be donated to local hospitals. The project has spread across the states as well as internationally with volunteers in Tijuana assembling masks.
Fountain Valley Local Creates ‘RV’s for Covid-19’ to Provide Isolation Chambers for Essential Workers
Local hero in Fountain Valley creates RV's for Covid-19 to create isolation chambers for first responders. Join the match-making service for RV owners and those in need.
Senior Center Services - Meals On Wheels O.C. In support of our senior residents, the Community Services Department, in collaboration with Meals on Wheels OC, is providing seven (7) frozen meals weekly for seniors to pick up and take home at the FV Senior Center at 17967 Bushard Street (corner of Bushard and Talbert).