Feed The Front Line NOLA
We’re a 501(c)(3) organization working to feed hospital workers across New Orleans, employ out-of-work musicians/artists, and support locally-owned restaurants during the COVID-19 crisis.
It takes a lot of coordination, but the goal is simple: get food from our struggling local restaurants to our front-line responders to show our support for the incredible work they are doing fighting the good fight against COVID-19.
In The News
“Popeyes also plans a second donation to Feed the Front Line NOLA, a local non-profit. The group is paying restaurants to make meals for hospital staff. It estimates it has prepared 50,000 meals in the past month.” [Read More…]
“Feed the Frontline NOLA is uniting eclectic individuals in New Orleans to achieve the common goal of feeding first responders and keeping the city’s vibrant restaurants in business.” [Read More…]
“Mosquito Supper Club first cooked behind closed doors for Feed the Frontline, then for takeout-only. Finally, on May 16, the city allowed 25 percent occupancy..” [Read More…]
“Our little parade group (The Krewe of Red Beans) was one of the first in America to recognize the connection between Hospital workers getting amazing food and supporting locally owned businesses.” [Read More…]
“We shifted gears and started working with Krewe of Red Beans organization to feed the frontline in NOLA,” she says. “We’ve maintained a small crew of mainly our salaried employees to keep them employed and keep the lights on.” [Read More…]
“To further support its hometown during the unprecedented crisis, the company promised to donate to Feed the Front Line NOLA, a nonprofit that works to feed hospital workers across the state.” [Read More…]
“Krewe of Red Beans founder Devin De Wulf says he first got the idea for the feed the front lines initiative when his wife, who works as an ER doctor at University Medical Center, described the moment one of her colleagues brought cookies to share with the medical staff.” [Read More…]
“The NFL, through its Inspire Change platform and the Players Coalition, announced a donation of $3,050,000 to seven markets that have been significantly impacted by COVID-19.” [Read More…]
“A lot of people donate from all over the place and I think it’s because they’re rooting for the city,” De Wulf said. “People have rooted for New Orleans time and time again. We’re an underdog story.” [Read More…]