The Shops at Alamo Ranch has donated more than 400 meals to San Antonio first responders. The coronavirus pandemic has thrown the economy into a tailspin, leaving many shops closed and few barely opened. First responders who work on the first line are also spending their time and risking their health and their families’ health as a sacrificial way to keep San Antonio safe.
The Shops at Alamo Ranch is a shopping mall that is located in Northwest San Antonio. As a way to show their appreciation, The Shops at Alamo Ranch has donated meals to feed and support first responders who are dedicated to keeping the San Antonio area safe from COVID-19.
Throughout the month of April, Alamo Ranch purchased lunches from its restaurant tenants and delivered them to healthcare professionals, police, and firefighters in the area surrounding the shopping center. Purchasing food from local restaurants is a great way to help businesses that may be suffering due to losses of customers from the coronavirus pandemic.
Furthermore, the support increases when Alamo Ranch delivering those meals to the professionals who are fighting on the front lines of the pandemic to protect San Antonio and it’s surrounding community.
A press release from The Shops at Alamo Ranch explained that “BJ’s Restaurant delivered lunch to healthcare teams at CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital in Westover Hills. Both Hop & Vine and Edible Arrangements delivered to the San Antonio Fire Station 45, and Jason’s Deli presented lunch to the San Antonio Police Department’s South Substation,”
As the coronavirus virus and pandemic continues to shape the dynamic and climate in which we live, sustaining business and keeping the economy working can be difficult. However, one of the strongest assets that a community can possess is the ability to band together and support one another throughout times of difficulty.