Suburban Propane Supporting Frontline Healthcare Workers across the Nation through their SuburbanCares Corporate Pillar
Suburban Propane Teamed Up with Whataburger to Deliver over 850 Meals to Houston Methodist Hospital
Suburban Propane delivered over 850 total Whataburger meals to Houston Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas. This initiative is part of their SuburbanCares corporate pillar, which highlights Suburban Propane’s continued dedication to giving back to local communities throughout its 41-state footprint. Suburban Propane has undertaken similar initiatives to support frontline healthcare workers in some of the most affected COVID-19 regions across the country, including: Chicago, Illinois; throughout the Greater Baltimore area, Maryland; New Brunswick, New Jersey; Syracuse, New York; Washington D.C.; and most recently, Tampa, Florida.
We would like to take this time to recognise and thank all Houston Methodist medical and non-medical staff working around the clock to help the local community in these uncertain times. We are grateful to Whataburger for their collaboration in support of these great healthcare workers in Houston.
“Frontline healthcare workers are true everyday heroes, and they need our support now more than ever as they work tirelessly to serve the Houston community,” said Whataburger Regional Director of Operations Jeff Foster. “Whataburger is proud to partner with Suburban Propane to show our most sincere gratitude and provide a warm meal to the brave men and women at Houston Methodist Hospital – Texas Medical Center.”
“We are truly grateful when our frontline workers receive thanks and donations of meals,” says Roberta Schwartz, Executive Vice President of Houston Methodist Hospital. “They are heroes in this pandemic, and it’s so heartening to see their dedication appreciated. These meals provide a great morale boost.”
Suburban Propane Teamed Up with Jersey Mike’s to Deliver 750 Meals to AdventHealth Tampa, FL
Suburban Propane delivered 750 total meals to AdventHealth in Tampa, FL as part of their SuburbanCares initiative.
Currently, Florida is one of the most impacted states by the COVID-19 pandemic in the country. It is both a privilege and an honor to continue supporting our local communities during these unprecedented times. A heartfelt thank you to Jersey Mike’s for joining forces with us to show our appreciation to the frontline healthcare workers at AdventHealth Tampa.
Suburban Propane Teamed Up with Baltimore Orioles and Papa John’s Pizza to Deliver 1,000 Pizzas and Limited-edition Baltimore Orioles Cans of Pepsi to MedStar Health Hospitals
Suburban Propane delivered the first batch of 1,000 pizzas along with Baltimore Orioles-branded, limited-edition cans of Pepsi to MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center in Baltimore, MD, the as part of its SuburbanCares platform, which provides assistance in communities it serves across the nation.
For each of the first 1,000 pizza orders placed with the promotional code GIVEPIZZA at any of the 160 participating Papa John’s locations in the D.C. Metro area and Maryland, Suburban Propane is donating one large, one-topping pizza to healthcare workers at MedStar Health hospitals throughout the area.
We are honored to do our part to help support our local communities during these incredibly uncertain times. Thank You to Papa John’s and the Baltimore Orioles for joining forces us with us to support the courageous team at MedStar Health.
“Papa John’s is committed to our communities, especially the front-line workers helping to keep us safe and able to provide meals to those in need,” said Colonel Bill Freitas, Papa John’s co-op president. “We are proud to partner with Suburban Propane Partners, L.P. to provide pizzas to healthcare workers at MedStar Hospitals. We are grateful for your service and it is our privilege to serve you.”
1,000 Meals Delivered to Frontline and Support Workers at local Chicago Hospital as Part of National Nurses Appreciation Week (Aurelio’s Pizza)
Suburban Propane provided 1,000 meals that included a personal pizza and salad and was delivered to frontline and supporting healthcare workers at a nationally ranked local hospital based in downtown Chicago, Illinois.
Chicago has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. As a New Jersey-based company, another major hotspot for the virus, we at Suburban Propane can certainly empathise with what the Chicago healthcare workers are facing. We are incredibly honored to join forces with Aurelio’s Pizza, a legendary Chicago institution, to help support those healthcare heroes on the frontline, particularly during National Nurses Appreciation Week.
“I would like to thank Suburban Propane for the partnership in celebrating National Nurses Day, honoring all front line medical staff,” said Joe Aurelio, President, Aurelio’s Pizza.
Suburban Propane Joined Chick-fil-A Providing Food to Frontline Workers at Crouse Health Syracuse, NY
Suburban Propane worked directly with Chick-fil-A in providing 1,250 boxed meals; including a sandwich, bag of chips, and a cookie, to frontline workers at Crouse Health located in Syracuse, NY.
We are excited to join Chick-fil-A in applauding our healthcare heroes at Crouse Health for leading the charge and saving lives on the frontlines every day. As part of our SuburbanCares corporate pillar, the safety and health of our employees, customers, and local communities is our top priority. New York State is currently the most COVID-19 impacted region in the United States and it is especially important to come together in support of our great healthcare workers and first responders.
“We are so grateful for the brave and committed people at Crouse during these challenging times,” said Jimmer Szatkowski, Chick-fil-A Cicero Owner/Operator. “It is our pleasure to partner with Suburban Propane to provide them with a meal.”
“We are pleased and grateful to partner with Suburban Propane and Chick-fil-A to recognise and thank our amazing healthcare team – nurses, doctors and support staff, all of whom have been working tirelessly to keep our patients and our community safe. They are the best,” said Kimberly Boynton, President & CEO, Crouse Health.