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As the global pandemic unfolded, 2020 posed many new challenges to healthcare and business communities. Healthcare workers fought COVID-19 on the front lines while small businesses struggled to navigate closures and limitations on how they conducted their business. SLFCU quickly recognized the difficulties both communities were experiencing. To show our support, SLFCU commissioned food deliveries from some of our partner companies in the restaurant industry.
Warm breakfast burritos and nutritious sandwiches were delivered to local emergency rooms, testing facilities, and community clinics throughout the Albuquerque, NM and Livermore, CA areas.
Our deliveries to Presbyterian Healthcare Services, Lovelace Hospitals, First Choice Healthcare clinics, TriCore Reference Laboratories, and Albuquerque Ambulance first responders allowed SLFCU to show our immense gratitude to healthcare heroes while also supporting several of our business members. More than that, it allowed us to put into action our value of people helping people.
“SLFCU’s order literally saved my month,” says Mark Roerick, owner of The Yeller Sub. “They came to the rescue when they asked us to make lunches for all of the First Choice Healthcare clinics and offices.”
And for Jimmy Daskalos, owner of El Patron Restaurant, the support meant more than just help for his business. “It means so much to see SLFCU giving back in such a personal way,” he says. “As a member, it feels great to be a part of it.”