Food trucks, flexible in nature, could be a courier for community kindness. Many people are looking for ways to support medical workers, but without coordination, there is a risk of wasting valuable effort and resources.
Leveraging food trucks to support medical workers with essential needs (meals and groceries) through donations made by the general public is a way to funnel kindness into impact. The public could donate directly to the food truck -- the food truck would sit on the hospital site, distributing meals and groceries to the medical workers as they’re able to visit (breaks, start/end of shifts). These food trucks can be operated by restaurant workers whose employment was impacted by COVID-19.