Local business says thanks to medical staff
THE team at Domino’s Dalby donated 50 pizzas to staff at the Dalby Hospital earlier this week as a thank you for all their hard work.
Local franchisee Prakash Balsara said the team sincerely appreciates the efforts of all the doctors, nurses and medical staff at Dalby Hospital, praising their efforts to keep our team members, families and community safe.
“We couldn’t think of a better way than by feeding our front line workers, including medical staff who are working around the clock during this pandemic, to let them know we are thinking of them, and that we support them,” Mr Balsara said.
With the support of Domino’s registered charity, Give for Good, many stores across Australia have donated pizzas to emergency services, medical centres, grocery store shelf fillers, supply chain workers, aged care facilities and virus call centres using Domino’s Zero Contact Delivery.
“During this unprecedented time, Domino’s has the privilege to continue to feed the community and deliver meals to the front line men and women who are working hard to keep our communities safe and we take that responsibility very seriously.”
“It’s all part of the Feeding the Frontline activation we launched in response to the COVID-19 health crisis,” Mr Balsara said.
Over the last month, Dominos has donated thousands of pizzas Australia-wide.
The fast food company that started in Australia back in 1983 will continue to help those in need and will continue to provide free meals essential workers during this time.
“We will support those who are working around the clock to protect our community and keep our society moving, for as long as we can.”