During the COVID-19 pandemic, many Phoenix businesses have stepped up to give back, both to those on the frontline and families in need. Check out how you can help our community with a purchase from one of these businesses.
Feeding Frontline Workers
Aioli’s Gourmet Burgers
The public can purchase meals for first responders, and Aioli’s will deliver them to police stations, hospitals and fire stations throughout the Valley.
Miracle Mile Deli
The public can purchase a first responder (doctor, nurse, firefighter, police) meal for $10.
“Bottles for the Brave:” Customers can purchase a bottle of wine to be donated to a healthcare professional or first responder.
With every purchase of a Protein Pancake Bar (or box of the bars), U.S. Egg will match the purchase by donating to local first responders like doctors, nurses, EMT, police and firefighters. Get more info here.
“Feeding the Front Lines:” In the markets it serves, including Phoenix and Scottsdale, Lou Malnati’s is delivering food to healthcare personnel, nurses, physicians, firefighters and police officers. For every dollar raised, they are providing twice the cost in food.
The Original ChopShop is donating meals to local hospitals, firefighter, and police stations in the communities they serve. The public can donate a meal when ordering online or on the phone. Get more info here.
Hopdoddy Burger Bar
“Buy One, Give One:” Use promo code Buy1Give1 with your online order. The Camelback and Scottsdale locations will coordinate hands-free drops with local healthcare administrations.
Serrano’s Mexican Restaurants
“Burritos for Badges:” Donations help them deliver complimentary meals to first responders and medical professionals.
Purchase a gift card of $100 or more in stores, online or on the Wildflower App and nurses, doctors and first responders will receive a $20 gift card.
"Feed the Floor:" Seasons 52 is asking for donations to help them bring meals to frontline workers. Get more info here.
Malee's Thai Bistro
Since March, Malee's has sent meals—700 and counting—to frontline workers at Honor Health's Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center. You can place an order and ask them to send meals over to these workers as well.
“Food Fight! A Bout to Feed the Hungry:” Food Fight is an effort between The Duce and local nonprofit Waste Not. The mission is to deliver comfort food via Waste Not’s team of dedicated volunteer drivers to thousands of local families who've suddenly and unexpectedly found themselves on the ropes. With the capacity of cooking up to a thousand meals a day, The Duce will put their family of workers back into the kitchen to feed thousands of hungry families across the Valley.
For every board of bruschetta prepared to-go, Postino will donate a meal to No Kid Hungry.
Switch Restaurant & Bar
With the help of donations, Switch is offering free meals to senior citizens (over 60). Chef Jason Peterson is personally delivering as many meals as possible and has enlisted the help of the long-time Switch Restaurant staff to help. See their GoFundMe page here.
Fogo de Chão
10% of the proceeds from all orders at the Brazilian steakhouse's Scottsdale location go to No Kind Hungry, a nonprofit focusing on ending childhood hunger.
In an effort to help those in need, Troon will donate $50 from every Arizona Summer Troon Card sold to St. Mary’s Food Bank.