NJ Community Feeds Hundreds Of Health Care Workers, First Responders Through Charity Barbecue

[Source: CBS-TV • New York] It was a day of giving in Park Ridge. Fresh wood was placed into a hot fire pit, where fresh food was prepared for COVID-19 front line workers.

Maintaining a safe distance, dozens of volunteers went to work, cooking and cutting hundreds of pizzas and barbecuing close to 1,000 pounds of pulled pork and grilled chicken. They then put all the meals into boxes to feed 1,500 health care employees and first responders.

Steven Rich organized the event to support those fighting to save others.

“It’s our way of saying thank you,” Rich told CBS2’s Cory James. “They’re a lot braver than me.”

Click here for the full article.

Sorry, comments are closed for this post.

New Jersey Oil Tank Experts