Resources for the Hotel & Hospitality Industry:


Tourism Resources

California Travel Association is committed to keeping members informed, providing resources, and advocating for effective strategies to assist in the recovery. Use their links to view research, toolkits, industry developments, best practices, and other resources. Click here to learn more.

Visit California's global agency network, alongside the Sacramento team, are working with industry partners and Gov. Newsom’s senior administration officials to gather and distribute the most accurate and timely information. Updated industry resources will be posted here as the situation develops. Talking points are revised and updated seven days a week by 10 a.m. Pacific Time. Click here to learn more.

California Hotel & Lodging Association's webpage will be updated daily at 9:30am and 4pm with the most recent industry updates and COVID-19 information available. Click here to learn more.


Relief Funds for Restaurants, Bars, and Food Service Workers

• Provided by Eater. Click here to learn more.


Resources for Laid-Off Works

•Food and Wine has a list of local and nationwide resources that we hope can provide some relief for laid-off restaurant workers. Click here to learn more.


Resources for Bartenders

•USBG National Charity Foundation offers a Bartender Emergency Assistance Program. Click here to learn more.


Resources for Restaurant Workers

•Restaurant Workers' Community Foundation is offering resources for restaurants and workers coping with the COVID-19 emergency. Click here to learn more.

•One Fair Wage is providing cash assistance for restaurant workers, delivery drivers, or Uber/Lyft drivers who has been affected by coronavirus and the economic downturn. Click here to learn more.


Free Delivery Service Platform For Restaurants

•Rakuten launched a takeout platform to help local restaurants! The online platform, Rakuten Takeout, will be FREE to restaurants until November. Customers will get 20% cash back on orders for a limited time, which Rakuten will fund rather than passing that cost to restaurant owners. Click here to learn more.

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