#fuelthefrontline #feedthefrontline #mealsofgratitude
In this time of crisis and uncertainty, many of us are looking for a way to make a difference. With the help and vision of Jesse Ziff Cool and Dr. Holly Tabor, Meals of Gratitude was founded in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since mid-March, Meals of Gratitude has been provided loving, organic, delicious meals to COVID frontline healthcare providers.
Because of the devastating fires, in the midst of COVID, we are sending meals to firefighters, evacuees, and volunteers.
COVID is not over… and we will continue and return to send the meals where needed most. We want to show them how much we as a community support them.
Jess and her team make special, individualized meals for these heroes. In addition, your donations help us continue employing restaurant staff and support local food producers.
Many providers have shared with us that the idea of this effort brings them to tears and makes them feel our support. Help us complete this triangle: community to workforce to providers.
With our gratitude, thank you.
Meals of Gratitude In the News
- Restaurant Owner Serves ‘Meals of Gratitude’ to Hospital Workers (Video)
- Professor and restaurateur team up to donate meals to Stanford Hospital staff
- Stanford Hospital Staff Served Meals of Gratitude
- On the bright side: Gourmet grill serves up ‘Meals of Gratitude’ for Stanford Hospital workers
- Initial Meals of Gratitude dinners delivered to Stanford hospital workers
#SiliconValley Represents! @EdibleStories features Sydney Gressel @frontlinefoods @cooleatz @hollyktabor & #MealsOfGratitude as nationally recognized #localfoodheroes. (And that means @NimanRanch will ship product to people in need.) #beyondtheplate #proud http://bit.ly/2YGrVuM
We are not just supporting our frontline workers and food preparation staff. We are also supporting our vital farmers and food producers. https://civileats.com/2020/05/06/op-ed-growing-an-appreciation-for-the-hands-that-feed-us/
“In testing times, we became the best of beings.” Thank you Amamda Gorman. https://www.cbs.com/shows/cbs_this_morning/video/3w53byOldg_awVnx6vzKHwlBzdF_JTso/youth-poet-laureate-amanda-gorman-offers-words-of-hope-amid-pandemic/
A team of 21 doctors and nurses from UCSF just boarded a flight from SFO headed to New Mexico to help support The Navajo Nation in its fight against Covid 19
These volunteers are on a month long mission to help one of the hardest hit communities in the country.