MIAMI (WSVN) - A Miami-based nonprofit found a delicious way to give back to those on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic.
Healthcare workers at Jackson Memorial Hospital were in for a treat, Friday, after the nonprofit Helping Others and Giving Hope put together a lunch donation.
Seventeen-year-old Steven Ferreiro, the organization’s founder, personally dealt with COVID-19. He wanted to thank those who gave him and other patients such good service.
“When I contracted COVID-19, I had an issue where my oxygen level was very low, and I was very grateful that they took care of me and how they treated me and the care I received here,” he said. “You know, if it wasn’t for the doctors, I honestly, possibly wouldn’t be standing here.”
In total, organizers were able to deliver 200 Chick-Fil-A sandwiches with chips and a drink on the side to the nurses and doctors.
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