H-E-B delivered meals to hospitals all across Central Texas on Friday, April 17th, for the health care workers on the front lines in the battle against COVID-19. As coronavirus continues to be a pressing reality and the world adjusts to what life in a pandemic looks like, many businesses are stepping up to help those in their community.
The pandemic has forced businesses and individuals alike to become creative with their time, talents and giftings. H-E-B, beloved Texas grocery store chain steps up to support health care workers who are treating and fighting the coronavirus. Continuing to lead the charge of Texans helping Texans, H-E-B delivered 75,000 fresh meals to hospitals across Texas to feed the healthcare workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
H-E-B sent meals on Friday, April 17th, to hundreds of health care workers across central Texas who were no doubt ready for a lunch break. The meals were for doctors, nurses and other health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
H-E-B delivered 300 meals at Baylor, Scott & White in Temple, 300 at BS&W Hillcrest and 600 at Providence Hospital in Waco. Seaton Medical Center in Harker Heights also received 300 meals on Thursday.
H-E-B plans to support its healthcare community by making deliveries for the next four weeks.
As H-E-B delivered meals to help feed the front lines, Winell Herron who is H-E-B’s Group Vice President of Public Affairs, Diversity and Environmental Affairs explained that “We’re all extremely grateful for the dedication of our healthcare workers who are saving lives and making personal sacrifices for others, We want to express some well-deserved appreciation and hope these meals will provide a bit of comfort during these trying times.”
H-E-B is a Texas business that believes in supporting other Texans, especially in the midst of a global pandemic.