Food for Frontline moves into week six of using donations from 10 News viewers to buy meals for essential workers.
10 News viewers have donated more than $30,000 to help local restaurants and feed essential workers.
Food for Frontline delivers one of it's biggest orders yet to Carilion Stonewall Jackson Hospital workers.
Food for Frontline continued Thursday, feeding those who are working with the most vulnerable members of our community.
Food for Frontline donations bought award-winning BBQ from a southside staple for employees at Sovah Health.
Firetrucks and ambulances from across the county stopped by Greenfield to grab a hot lunch from Three Li’l Pigs in Daleville.
Food for Frontline is moving into week five of feeding those who have worked tirelessly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Friday, those employees at Centra Health in Lynchburg got lunch thanks to Food for Frontline.
Many school systems across southwest Virginia have continued to feed students during the COVID-19 pandemic, and that includes Roanoke County Public Schools.
Donations to Food for Frontline bought lunch for 60 Kindred at Home employees on Wednesday.
The initiative reached that 1,000 meal mark with an order of 200 lunches from Jersey Lily’s for staff at the Salem VA Medical Center.
Local restaurants have delivered nearly 1,000 meals to essential workers thanks to your donations.
The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the importance of grocery store employees.
On Thursday, donations from 10 News viewers to Food for Frontline fed dozens of staff and volunteers at Feeding Southwest Virginia.
Wednesday marked the eighth Food for Frontline delivery and appropriately it went to the OR staff at Lewis Gale Medical Center.
Food for Frontline rolls into a new week with lunch donated to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.
Valley Metro employees were treated to some seafood tacos delivered from an area favorite.
Honking horns, big smiles and friendly waves are how staff at the FedEx ship center in Roanoke are showing their gratitude for your generous donations.
Food for Frontline hit the road to thank those who are driving up and down the highway to make sure we have the supplies we need.
Restaurants are hurting right now, but thanks to your generous donations, we’re able to help them and frontline workers at the same time.
On Friday, donations from 10 News viewers bought lunches from Roanoke’s CoreLife Eatery for those who have a very important job.
The first round of Food for Frontline is complete!