1975 MEALS TO HEAL: LOS ANGELES

THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE SPONSORS, DONORS, PARTNERS &

PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS & VOLUNTEER

Each City Successfully Served 1975 Meals to

the Frontline Workers and to Vulnerable Communities

We are Continuing to Provide Relief to Our Vulnerable Communities.

PLEASE HELP US CONTINUE TO HELP

Love 2 Yêu & Nailing It for Healthcare challenged cities across the nation to serve 1975 Meals To Heal from O.C. to NYC, from sea to shining sea, because this land is made for you and me…

 

All across the nation, American refugees, immigrants and their families are coming together to serve our fellow American heroes and heroines.

 

And you helped us reach our initial goal by gifting 2 Meals to Heal created by Heirloom LA and with delivery by Faith in Christ Ministries’ volunteers to service our front line service workers at local hospitals, police department, fire department, as well as those most vulnerable, including: veterans, emergency shelters, seniors, homeless shelters, the critically unemployed, food insecure children…and the list goes on, which is why we are not stopping… 

 

For every $19.75 donated, you feed 2 people. Let’s continue to nail it together and feed ANOTHER 1975 heroes and those most vulnerable in Los Angeles!

 

1n fact, “1975 has meaning because it marked a memorable year for Vietnamese Refugees, which is how this movement kicked off by the Vietnamese Americans in the Nail Salon Industry. When the stay-at-home order and social distancing took place, it closed the doors of their businesses which hit them very hard like many industries out there. But a new door opened, they took this opportunity to serve their communities by packing all their masks and gloves and delivering them to local hospitals. Restaurateurs started to join the movement with them. Parents also worked with their children to write Thank You cards to their everyday heroes. And here we still are.

 

We feel what better way to honor those that fought for our freedom than to support the local restaurants to feed these men and women today, and to express our deepest gratitude by saying Thank You to those who are fighting everyday for our health and very lives.  While we know you, too, might still be going through a financial hardship, we are asking for a little extra sacrifice, for the very difficult sacrifice by these wonderful men and women, who keep working everyday to care for us and our loved ones. We love America and we want to continue to make it beautiful.

 

We thank all our heroes from the bottom of our hearts and thank America for making this nation our home.

M E A L S  T O  H E A L  C I T I E S
Below are the cities that participated in the1975 Meals to Heal Initiative, while the April 30 target goal was met, to continue helping the Los Angeles endeavor, please click on the button below to continue donating meals to LA Metro-area frontline service workers and those most vulnerable during this time:

hosted by Nailing It & Love 2 Yêu

with meals created by Heirloom LA &

delivered by Faith in Christ Ministries

Orange County

hosted by Nailing It, Orange County United Way, Beeyond Capital & Love 2 Yêu with meals by The Recess Room, Seven Leaves, Tay Ho, Saigon City & 20 other O.C. restaurateurs

 

Houston

hosted by an anonymous donor family with meals created by a collaboration of restaurateurs in Houston.

 

Dallas | Fort Worth

hosted by Hand in Hand Missions, VYCA of Vietnamese Martyrs Catholic Church & St. Thomas Teens of St. Joseph’s Church with meals created by The Porch, The Halal Guys, BBQ Chicken & Sprout’s Springroll & Pho (Mansfield)

 

Queens (NYC)

hosted by Kevin Huynh & Jacqueline Ly

with meals created by Quantum Leap 

 

Boston

hosted by Diane Giesta Aiguier

with meals created by Greenleaf Restaurant

 

MEALS TO HEAL GIVING LEVELS

$19.75 | 2 meals

 

$197.5| 20 meals

 

$1,9750.00 | 100 meals

YOU MAY STILL DONATE TO SUPPORT FRONTLINE WORKERS

& MOST VULNERABLE WITH MEALS TO HEAL

For questions or if you have PPE, RVs and supplies to donate

please contact:  Jo Fogel at (424) 272-6867 or via email.  EIN: 81-3229203

M E A L S  T O  H E A L  C I T I E S  P A R T N E R S & S P O N S O R S