Feeding the Front Line
At the onset of the COVID-19 global pandemic, Sunset Grill franchise owners and team members across Canada stepped up and donated thousands of meals to frontline healthcare workers, long-term care facilities as well as local food banks to support their communities.
Below are some of their stories. Thank you for all that you do.
205 Wellington St. W., Toronto
Patricia’s community-first team of servers donate food to St. Stephen’s Community House to help feed Toronto’s most vulnerable people.
60 Weston Rd., Toronto
Mike donates food to chef Jagger Gordon as part of Feed It Forward, a not-for-profit initiative with the goal of feeding Canadians that are food insecure and reducing food waste.
Stephanie from Sunset Grill Innisfil rallies the community and offers free eggs to those in need.
Bruce donates 3,000 eggs to the Barrie Food Bank on March 31, 2020.
San and his hardworking team make weekly drop offs at the Brantford Food Bank.
150 North Queen St., Etobicoke
George prepare free meals for frontline healthcare workers at Trillium Health Partners Mississauga Hospital.
Sunset Grill breakfast meals are donated to the team of frontline healthcare workers at North York General Hospital.
Dean and his team volunteer their time and donate breakfast to 100 nurses and doctors at the Ottawa Civic Hospital.
266 Hays Blvd., Oakville
To celebrate Nurses Week, franchise owners Betty & Lambros donate breakfast and Sunset Grill gift cards to the nursing staff at Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial Hospital.