NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Norfolk based Japanese and ramen restaurant Alkaline is looking for donations for its “FEED 1,500” campaign to help healthcare workers on the frontline of the coronavirus.
The goal is to raise $10,000 of which, the company says 100% will be used to support the staff and 1,500 meals to feed local hospital staff.
The money raised will allow the full-time staff to prep, cook, package, deliver, and purchase food and supplies for the meals.
Those interested can donate by the meal, beginning with one meal for $10 to 100 meals for $1,000.
As of April 13, nearly 250 meals have been prepared and donated to two different hospitals and a local police station.
Those interested can find out more online.
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