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St. Luke’s: Feeding the frontlines during and after their shifts

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Employees across St. Luke’s University Health Network have been working tirelessly to keep communities safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. To show gratitude and support their efforts, the network has launched two initiatives to keep frontline caregivers well fed during and after their shifts on campus: free cafeteria meals and the “Feeding the Frontlines” fundraising campaign to provide them with local restaurant gift cards. Beginning in late March, employees were provided free breakfast, lunch and dinner at all St. Luke’s cafeterias. The meals consist of a variety of items from a predetermined menu and include vegetarian options as well. In addition to campuses providing meals, the community is also actively supporting employees and local restaurants. Through the “Feeding the Frontlines” initiative, monetary donations will be used to purchase restaurant gift cards for frontline staff. To make an online gift designated to the “Feeding the Frontlines” initiative, visit sluhn.org/COVID-19Support and select “Feeding the Frontlines” from the drop-down menu. To give by check, make payable to St. Lukeʼs University Health Network, indicate that you would like your gift designated to “Feeding the Frontlines,” and mail to: St. Lukeʼs University Health Network, Development Office, 801 Ostrum St., Bethlehem, PA 18015.

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