Happy Valley Together

“#hvtogether”. Residents of Happy Valley, OR are showing support for their local businesses. 

The Happy Valley Business Alliance (“HVBA”) is helping Happy Valley merchants challenged by the COVID-19 shutdown. The HVBA has partnered with the City of Happy Valley and HYVÄ, a social purpose company using “business as a force for good” to participate in their “Good Shirt” program.

According to Hyva co-founder Joe Barhoum, “The purpose of the Good Shirt program is to create additional revenue for the city’s merchants and bring the community together behind a common cause. We are growing rapidly and expanding to cities throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington.”

The goal is to sell 20,000 shirts and divide the profit among all participating Happy Valley merchants.    

If you want to support businesses local to Happy Valley, OR please visit www.hyva.co/happy-valley. Happy Valley merchants can sign up at www.hyva.co/happy-valley/signup

About HYVÄ: HYVÄ is a social purpose company founded to help communities thrive by promoting social, environmental, and financial good in partnership with amazing organizations. To bring the Good Shirt program to your community, contact Joe Barhoum at [email protected].



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