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Bell Works’ “Not All Heroes Wear Capes” fundraiser generates nearly $37k to help feed healthcare workers

To help out the front line healthcare workers who are helping to combat the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak around our local communities, Bell Works has put together its “Not all Heroes Wear Capes” campaign, which has generated nearly $37,000 out of its $100,000 goal to help feed them.

Thank you.. Gracias.. Merci.. Danke.. Mahalo.. Grazie.. Arigato..
to all of our first responders!
We see you, and we appreciate you.

The spread of COVID-19 has challenged each of us, reshaping our daily lives in an instant. But, it’s also highlighted the strength of our community and our ability to support each other – and few exemplify that strength better than our medical workers and emergency responders.

That’s why Bell Works is excited to announce the “Not All Heroes Wear Capes” campaign to help support those at the front lines, including the COVID-19 testing facility workers at PNC Bank Arts Center and Bayshore Medical Hospital, as well as the Holmdel Police Department, The National Guard, and emergency responders from Holmdel’s Fire Rescue, OEM, and EMS Departments/Teams.

Starting today – Monday, March 30th – the chefs of Bell Market will be preparing freshly made meals to support our local heroes. Through this campaign, the Bell Market team will provide roughly 500 hearty, nutrient-rich meals a day to those on the frontline. 

Feeding our first responders and healthcare workers is one of the most important ways we can give back during these unprecedented times. To kickstart this initiative, Bell Works has donated $10,000 to fund the first five days of meal prep and delivery. 

Our goal is to reach $100,000 — this would allow us to provide 500 meals daily for the next 30 days. Please join us in this opportunity to support those on the frontline. 

To support the relief program and make a donation, Bell Works has set up a GoFundMe page where anyone in the community can contribute directly to the cause.

This program would not be possible without our partners, Holmdel Township Mayor Buontempo, Richard Corbo and his team at Bell Market, and Pat Garofalo and his team at Bell Works. We’d also like to thank our campaign organizers, led by Bell Work’s Creative Director, Paola Zamudio.

Now more than ever, our strength as a community can make a difference. With every donation, no matter how large or small, we’ll be able to send another welcome meal to those on the frontlines of this battle against COVID-19.  

Thank you for your continued support and generosity, particularly in these unprecedented times— we are in this together!

Thank you!
The Bell Works Team

If you’re interested in donating, you can do so through the link below.

source: Go Fund Me

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