Rebuilding Small Businesses

2020 has been one hell of a year for small business owners. Already hurting from COVID-19 restrictions and mandates, small businesses across the United States were again hit hard during the riots that followed the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police.

Thanks to our donors, Voluntaryism in Action (VIA) raised close to $30k to aid small business owners in their cleanup and rebuilding efforts. Funds were sent directly to Emily’s Eatery, Midori’s Floating World Cafe, Coco & Family Beauty Supply, and Lake Street Stop n’ Shop of Minneapolis, as well as Top Cut Comics in Illinois and Marza Jewelers in Atlanta, Georgia.

I personally spoke with Anna, the owner of Emily’s Eatery, and she was so immensely grateful for the financial assistance we were able to offer. Although many members of her community had been volunteering in the cleanup effort, she had been getting nowhere with insurance.

We hope all of our followers and donors know what an incredible impact they have when they share our causes and become donors. Not only are you helping lift your fellow man, you’re also helping spread the message of voluntaryism and the love of liberty across the world. When people see us living our values, they are more likely to listen to our philosophy and consider our ideas viable.

Thanks again to our donors for assisting us with this successful campaign to rebuild small businesses. We couldn’t do what we do without your support!

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16 thoughts on “Rebuilding Small Businesses

  1. Hello, my name is Evan Davis. I own a burger joint and because of Covid 19, I haven’t been able to serve burgers to my community. Thanks to viacation, I’ve been able to keep my business afloat, and my dream alive of one day owning a world famous burger restaurant. Trust me, they’re good. I’m one of my companies biggest customers.

    • I absolutely love your burger restaurant. I take my family there every weekend. Its a huge hit. I’ve even stayed at the Big Evan Burger resort. I had a tremendous time. So many burgers. But of course this all couldn’t have been possible without viacation. Keep helping small businesses guys.

  2. Hello, my name is Evan Kirkhart, founder, and CEO of Home Electronic Solutions. I have taken an interest in this topic and I would love to further discuss it with you. I am located in the SoCal area and I am looking to expand my business. Please contact me at Thank You!

    • Yes, my phone has been acting up. i have a discord debate next month and need it fixed. I’m currently at the Big Evan Burger resort, can you meet here to fix it?

      • I am flattered you came to me! Unfortunately, I don’t help the competition, it’s just not an efficient way to run a campaign. However, I’m not a monster, I will send you my business card so you can contact me after I beat you in the debate. Good Luck!

        • This is so rude! And you call yourselves the “inclusive left”! I will be contacting my anarcho-capitalist lawyer! And be prepared to get utterly demolished in our debates in the 2040s.

          • And you even hacked my account with your Home Electronic Solutions do display my name incorrectly. I can’t believe you would do this.

  3. I think I’m the first person here not named Evan. Anyway, I’m so thankful to viaction. Through them it helped keep my small business and many others afloat. Seriously, without them I don’t know what I would have done. Now that things are a bit more stable I think I’m going to stay at the Big Evan Burger resort to take a much needed vacation. I can’t wait to try the burgers!

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