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Supporting Local Businesses

Restaurants that are open for pick up or delivery:
Genuine Goodness in Orinda is owned by Saklan parent Donna Pickthall. Donna creates delicious take and bake dishes Monday to Thursday. She is also making time to provide free meals for seniors and medical professionals; Donna is living the Saklan mission.
Canyon Club, local restaurant and brewpub, is open for take out, including beer. They also launched a pop-up groceries service
Food for Thought, Saklan's hot lunch vendor, is offering meal delivery on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. The menu is more “adult” than their student meals. As a bonus, they are selling toilet paper and rice in bulk! Pick up is at St. Perpetua School
Havana "We have been REALLY happy with the food we have ordered from Havana." Saklan Parent
La Note Open M-F 9:00am – 2:00pm, Sat-Sun 9:00am – 3:00pm. Breakfast and lunch served all day. Dinner served cold to heat up at home (all day).
Noodle Theory is owned by a lovely Moraga Family with four children. It is located at 376 Park Street in the Rheem Shopping Center of Moraga. (Their Berkeley location is currently closed, but Moraga is open!) They are currently open Tue-Sat 4:30-7:00pm for pick up, offering a limited menu as well as frozen, cook-at-home items. Orders must be placed online at
Flashlight books in Walnut Creek is delivering books. Better than going through Amazon. 
Bel and Bunna's Books in Lafayette offers curbside pickup and delivery to your front porch. Text or call Bel (the owner) at 925-464-3146 with specific requests or general inquiry. She also does virtual storytime.
Rise Bakehouse is run by Tom Kelly who left the corporate world to start baking organic bread. He bakes his bread in his home in Moraga and provides home delivery once a week. "I love the story and the bread." Saklan Parent
Free Range Flower Winery is Saklan middle school teacher Sam Prestianni's small business venture with his partner, winemaker Aaliyah Nitoto. Must-read local foodie magazine, Edible East Bay, calls their award-winning wines "simply heavenly," while the Michelin Guide says they're "gourmet-level gifts."
Handcrafted in small batches from locally sourced, organic flowers -- not grapes -- the sparkling Lavender, magical Marigold, and "show-stopping" (Edible East Bay) RoseHybiscus are the first and only true flower wines in all of California.
For a limited time, the winery is offering complimentary "touchless" local delivery to LaMorinda for orders of four or more bottles. Low flat-rate shipping is also currently available.
Zoonies which sells candy in Lafayette is doing curbside pick up and delivery.
Nonprofits that need our help:
Nature Bridge provides environmental education programs in six national parks. The 5th grade Marin Headlands trip and the 6th grade Yosemite experience are provided by Nature Bridge.