Delaware Restaurant Association – With the new Emergency Action Trust, better known as EATs, the DRA is collecting donations to help restaurant industry workers affected by COVID-19. As dine-in services have been closed, more than 11,000 workers have filed for unemployment due to being laid off or having a drastic decrease in hours. EATs provides relief to those in dire need of supplemental income. 100% of all donations go directly to EATs. Donate today here.
La Baguette – While this Dover bakery is closed to the public for the time being, all their efforts are going toward healthcare workers. The business is collecting donations which are used to pay for sandwiches, muffins and more, delivered straight to workers at local hospitals and nursing homes.
You can contribute to the fund as an individual or as an organization. Learn more and see how La Baguette has been feeding those on the frontlines on their Facebook page.
La Vida Hospitality – This organization’s beINVOLVED community assistance program is currently focusing all its efforts on COVID-19 by supporting healthcare workers and the Rehoboth Beach Community Resource Center and customers can easily contribute to the effort!
20 percent of all retail sales from Crooked Hammock Brewery and Big Chill Beach Club go toward the fund while $10 of every $25 gift card purchased from Crooked Hammock Brewery, Big Chill Beach Club and Surf Cantina, Fork + Flask and this website also go toward the fund.
When ordering takeout from Crooked Hammock or Fork + Flask, you have the option to add on a $10 prepacked meal that will be donated to a healthcare worker or someone working on the frontlines. Or, leave a tip on your order and 100% of it will be added to beINVOLVED. Learn more here.
High 5 Hospitality – It’s easy to feed healthcare workers when you order from one of High 5’s restaurants like Buffalo Wild Wings, Eggspectation, Limestone BBQ and Bourbon or the Stone Balloon Ale House. When placing your order online, choose the “Feed the Frontline” option to add a donation which goes toward fresh, hot meals for workers at places like Bayhealth and Christiana Hospital.
The Well Coffeehouse and Marketplace – This coffeehouse, bakery and deli in Hockessin has always had the mission of giving back, with all proceeds given toward charity. Since the start of COVID-19, this restaurant has focused efforts on those severely impacted including healthcare workers, children and the elderly. Within the first month of the outbreak, the restaurant had provided more than 1,000 meals to the community. Support those in need by ordering from The Well.
If your restaurant is doing good for the community, please send information to Visit.Delaware@delaware.gov to be added to this page.