Do you want to support local frontline healthcare workers who are risking their lives by tending to Covid-19 patients? Stonefire Grill is launching Say Thanks, a program aimed at supporting these brave and hard-working men and women by bringing them nourishing and complimentary meals each week, raising funds to do so and passing along messages of gratitude from the public. Each of the fast-casual restaurants’ 13 locations has adopted one or more hospitals in their backyards and will provide these services until the pandemic has subsided.
“So many people are at home wanting to do something for the amazing care providers who are risking their very lives to keep us healthy,” said Stonefire Grill Vice President of Marketing, Justin Lopez. “The Say Thanks program offers our guests an opportunity to join us by making donations and/or expressing their gratitude to these true-life heroes."
Among the hospitals Stonefire Grill, alongside the public, will be supporting include: Ventura County Medical Center, Los Robles Regional Medical Center, West Hills Hospital and Medical Center, Dignity Health – Northridge Hospital Medical Center, Kaiser Permanente Panorama City, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, Lakewood Regional Medical Center, Long Beach Memorial Hospital, Fountain Valley Regional Hospital, Memorial Care Orange Coast Medical Center, Little Company of Mary, Kaiser Permanente Orange County/Irvine Medical, and two Kindred Hospitals in Brea and Rancho Cucamonga.
Learn more about “Say Thanks” by visiting stonefiregrill.com/say-thanks.
A leader in the fast-casual genre, Stonefire Grill's expansive menu features Lemon Garlic Chicken Breast, Baby Back Ribs, a wide assortment of salads, pizzas and pastas and several new vegetarian options including the Superfood Fiesta Bowl and Whole Roasted Cauliflower with Lemon Tahini. All items are available "to go" and each restaurant is designed with a special entrance dedicated to takeout. Visit StonefireGrill.com for more information and follow the latest on social media @stonefiregrill.