Lynchburg Connect business leads group sponsors Moustaches 4Kids Lynchburg fundraising drive in November



4.5.17





All American Masonry, a brick masonry and concrete company based in Lynchburg VA, is participating in the Moustaches 4Kids Lynchburg fundraising drive. As part of their donation, any funds received on the National Day of Giving they will be matching any donations the company receives in direct response to Joe Hall, owner, growing a moustache as part of a local November charity drive (similar to a bowlathon, just takes a bit longer). He is doing so in hopes of helping Moustaches 4kids Lynchburg. M4K Lynchburg is a non-profit charity that gives much needed funds to local area charities that serve area disadvantaged youth. You can learn more by visiting their website at http://m4klynchburg.org or on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/M4KLynchburg

#GivingTuesday was started in 2012 as a way of bringing attention to charitable giving after Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

All American Masonry will match any donations given through them dollar for dollar, up to $500 gifting.
Please contact Joe Hall at All American Masonry for more information before end of business day on Tuesday, Nov 29th. You can reach him at 434.660.4740 or email him at joehall70@ymail.com

All American Masonry LLC www.allamericanmasonryva.com
Other members of the group include Tommy Doukas, Awesome Drop Media, Jack Hutslar, Log Homes by Jack and Darbin Johnson, 3 in 1 Mobile Services.
You can donate to moustaches 4kids by clicking here



Lynchburg Connect business leads group sponsors CASA of Lynchburg's 2nd Annual Super Hero 5K Run on Nov 5th





Lynchburg Connect Business networking & leads group is a proud sponsor for the 2nd Annual CASA Super Hero 5K Run on Nov. 5th.
They will also have a children's Fun Run for ages 12 and under. All kids will receive a medal. The event will be held at Percival's Island Trial.
For complete details and to register for the event




Lynchburg Connect helps Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Virginia



4.3.16






Lynchburg Connect, a networking group of professional businesses came together on Saturday to help out a non-profit that gives so much back to the community. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Virginia had a big list of to-do items that seemed to get pushed back time after time. This time, the laundry list of items were checked off throughout the day, with several projects needing multiple days to complete.

(Thanks to WSET for covering this effort!)




Lynchburg Connect mentioned in Lynchburg Business Magazine





"BUSINESS RECOMMENDATIONS
Service You Can Trust From Local Businesses
Selecting reputable and skilled professionals for all the issues that arise in life can sometimes feel like throwing darts blindfolded. To help combat that sense of helplessness, a group of local business people launched CONNECT. Formed of 50 professionals who represent a wide array of businesses, CONNECT members go through a vetting process, thereby offering the Central Virginia region a select group of professionals that meets predetermined criteria: dedication to integrity in business; excellence; ethical work practices; extraordinary customer service; and community involvement.
The group includes a variety of services such as financial planning, plumbing, banking, painting, legal expertise, pest control, marketing, web design, painting, tile installation, advertising, office/home cleaning, insurance, health/nutrition, mortgages, masonry, iron work, pool maintenance, landscaping, gutter replacement, commercial or residential real estate, and more. These business people are trusted and highly competent members of the community. Whether facing a crisis, seeking guidance, needing a service or product for home or business, or simply addressing needed repairs, browse to www.LynchburgConnect.com; CONNECT is the one-stop resource for the very best reputable businesses in the region."



Lynchburg Connect businesses helping raise money for special eyeglasses



2.3.16





Lynchburg Connect Business networking group is helping a Thomas Jefferson Elementary School 5th grader raise necessary funds to purchase a special pair of eyeglasses that will help him see after years of being legally blind.