COVID-19 Assistance Program (BIDCAP) | WPBID White Plains Business Improvement District

COVID-19 Assistance Program (BIDCAP)

 BIDCAP programs are now closed. Thank you for your support of our downtown!

 

Support our downtown and save with half-priced gift cards!

 

Through the BIDCAP program, the WPBID will subsidize gift card purchases at participating downtown businesses, which will allow consumers to buy gift cards at half price. A customer can purchase a gift certificate up to $200 at half cost at participating BID businesses and the WPBID will underwrite the balance for the business.

 

With this program, customers get a great incentive to shop downtown and support their local businesses, and the business owners receive much needed revenue during these austere times.

 

Purchase half-priced gift cards directly through these businesses:
Half-priced gift card sales end June 15, 2021. Supply is limited. Check with individual businesses to verify availability.

The Foot Care RN
14 Mamaroneck Avenue, Suite 404
(914) 861-5929
RinisHairSuite
445 Hamilton Ave, Suite 100, Studio 12
(914) 462-7570
La Bocca Ristorante
8 Church Street
(914) 948-3281
Salon Flair
193 E. Post Road
(914) 946-1811
Lazy Boy Saloon & Ale House
154 Mamaroneck Avenue
(914) 761-0272
Signature Acupuncture Studio
277 Martine Avenue
(914) 222-5644
Little Drunken Chef
91 Mamaroneck Avenue
(914) 615-9300
Skin Care by Krystal
445 Hamilton Avenue Studio 100, Suite 23
(201) 815-0637
Mamma Rosa’s Sons Italian Deli
205 East Post Road
(914) 997-0418
Sundance Kitchen and Cantina
208 Mamaroneck Avenue
(914) 946-2300
Maria Hair Therapy
173 E. Post Road
(914) 761-2100
TVB by Pax Romana
171 East Post Road
(914) 831-3303
Papi'
15 Bank Street
(914) 328-6535
Wolf & Warrior Brewing Company
195A East Post Road​
(914) 368 - 8617

Please note that half-priced gift card sales end 15, 2021. Supply is limited. Check with individual businesses to verify availability.

 

BID businesses: Download the enrollment form.

 

 


 

Other BIDCAP Programs

 

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the White Plains Business Improvement District (WPBID) announced the establishment of its COVID-19 Assistance Program (BIDCAP) on April 30, 2020. The BIDCAP program is a multifaceted initiative established to support the survival of small businesses in downtown White Plains and their ability to serve our community.

Over the course of 2020, these small businesses were forced to temporarily close and still are under regulation to prevent the spread of the virus. As the economic impact of the Coronavirus persists and the cold weather presents its own challenges, the BID has repositioned its efforts to help our neighborhood stores and restaurants.

 

     

BIDCAP is also helping by:

•  Marketing the value of our neighborhood establishments

•  Providing PPE to meet NYS safety guidelines

•  Developing programming to keep everyone connected, even while apart

 

If you want keep your favorite coffee shop, your go-to restaurant, the fitness boutique that keeps you moving, or your self-care haven salon, spa or studio, please consider making a contribution to the White Plains BIDCAP program.

 

 

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BID businesses: Download the enrollment form.

 


 

White Plains BID partners with Caring for COVID

The Caring for COVID fundraising campaign has ended. Thank you all for your care and contributions!

 


 

 

Caring for COVID was established by Melissa Tomlin of White Plains and Aubrey Graf-Daniels of Edgemont, to support local White Plains restaurants, while simultaneously helping our emergency responders fighting this virus. The White Plains BID and Caring for COVID have now partnered to raise funds to make food purchases at downtown restaurants and coordinate delivery to hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes and others on the front lines.

 

The White Plains BID has committed to matching up to $100,000 of all donations invested back into small businesses within the White Plains downtown BID on behalf of Caring for COVID.

 

Read the News12 article - Staying afloat: White Plains BID matches donations for downtown restaurants