TheMealBridge.com Website Let’s You Buy Meals For Healthcare Workers On The CoronaVirus Frontlines

One family creates TheMealBridge.com website to help show gratitude and save restaurants

The MealBridge.com website is a new creation born out of the coronavirus crisis.

One family in Atlanta came up with a brilliant idea that is meant to give folks a way to show gratitude to healthcare workers on the front lines.

TheMealBridge.com lets you deliver meals to healthcare workers on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis.
TheMealBridge.com lets you deliver meals to healthcare workers on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis.

And it has the added benefit of bringing much needed business to restaurants who are struggling during this time.

Grey Cohen tells me her family just thought of the idea last Friday night. By Monday they were live.

The response has been incredible. They are adding slots as fast as they can.

TheMealBridge.com is helping to bring business back to restaurants who have  been hurt so badly by the coronavirus shutdowns.
TheMealBridge.com is helping to bring business back to restaurants who have been hurt so badly by the coronavirus shutdowns.

Cohen says the folks at Panera told her so many meals were being ordered from the restaurant near Emory Hospital in Atlanta that they’ve had to add workers.

16-year-old Grey Cohen is running TheMealBridge.com helping folks send meals to healthcare workers on the frontline of the coronavirus crisis.
16-year-old Grey Cohen is running TheMealBridge.com helping folks send meals to healthcare workers on the frontline of the coronavirus crisis.

Oh, and this is another great part of the story. Grey is a 16-year-old sophomore who is now running the website from home since her high school is currently holding classes online.

Her dad runs an advertising agency and helped to get the logo and website together. Now, Grey is the chief administrator.

“I could’ve never predicted this would be my life and we could be making such a difference,” she told me.

The website is super easy to use.

It uses a SignUpGenius.com format. You pick a shift you want to support. Two days before your slot, you call one of the approved restaurants and arrange the meals.

My family is all set to send lunch to five health care workers thanks to TheMealBridge.com.
My family is all set to send lunch to five health care workers thanks to TheMealBridge.com.

I signed our family up to have lunch delivered to a staff of 5 at Emory Hospital on April 5th.

Right now, TheMealBridge.com is only set up to make connections between Atlanta restaurants and hospitals.

Community BBQ is one of the restaurants working with TheMealBridge.com.
Community BBQ is one of the restaurants working with TheMealBridge.com.

I found another system in place in Northwest Arkansas.

I just have to think that such a great idea will spread like crazy.

In fact, Grey says they’re getting calls from folks all over the country who want to add hospitals from their areas.

“We’re figuring out if we want to really expand TheMealBridge.com to accommodate hospitals nationwide or if we want to show folks how we did it and let them set up their own system,” Grey says.

This is the kind of thing we need to spread!

To gratitude!

To kindness!

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“How To Watch The News & Get Inspired”

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TheMealBridge.com Website Let’s You Buy Meals For Healthcare Workers On The CoronaVirus Frontlines

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