Feed The Brave

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April 1st - 8th Brave Is Donating 10% of Revenue to Meals On Wheels

Bravest of Friends,

What a crazy few weeks it has been. We hope you and your loved ones are staying safe, healthy, and positive at this pivotal moment in our fight against COVID-19. We’re all in this together and we will get through it.

Brave will be donating 10% of revenues for the next week to Meals on Wheels, an organization that delivers nutritious meals to ‘at home’ seniors across America. In light of our commitment to health and nutrition, we feel obliged to help those for whom paying for and accessing food is extremely challenging right now.

We hope you will join us in the fight by reaching out to the organizations in your communities out on the frontlines providing support to those who need it.

Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to shoot us a message!

Support NYC Restaurants & Feed Doctors In Training

Donate to GoFundMe: Support NYC Restaurants & Feed Doctors In Training

Request form for NYC doctors in training: Gift Card Request Form

Help doctors and restaurants
Your $25 donation pays for a Seamless gift card that will be given to NYC doctors in training. Doctors will use the gift cards to order from local restaurants. 

NYC doctors in training
NYC doctors in training are at the front lines of the fight against COVID-19. While the rest of the country does their part by staying home, doctors in training are working overtime to treat the infected. Long and stressful hours in the hospital leaves little time for essential self-care like healthy eating.

With few options available given the shuttering of businesses, food delivery is the quickest and most convenient way to make sure doctors in training are taken care of while they care for others.

Struggling NYC restaurants
NYC restaurants have been ordered to close their doors and switch to food delivery exclusively via delivery apps like Seamless. The economic cost for restaurant owners and their employees has been devastating. Now more than ever, these local restaurants need our help to stay afloat.


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