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Feeding The Front Lines At Our Local Hospitals

Adam Quenneville leads drive to send $100 Front Line Pizza Packs to participating hospitals

South Hadley, MA – Local health care providers are so busy treating record-breaking numbers of patients affected by the coronavirus that they barely have time to eat. (Skip directly to how to help)

Adam Quenneville of Adam Quenneville Roofing & Siding, Inc. wants to do something to help so he has arranged a $100 Front Line Pizza Pack drive so that those working on the front lines at Baystate Health, Cooley Dickinson Hospital and Mercy Medical Center can enjoy a meal delivered to their break rooms. All three hospitals have agreed to participate.

“We saw the need and we wanted to do something to help, just like we did for the N95 mask drive,” says Quenneville. “We are asking businesses, individuals, families and groups to order $100 FRONT LINE PIZZA PACKS from participating pizza restaurants.” Each $100 FRONT LINE PIZZA PACK will include pizza, grinders and beverages to feed a hospital break room. All three hospitals require individually boxed personal size pizzas, individually wrapped grinders and bottled beverages so hospital workers don’t have to share during the pandemic. Participating restaurants will
decide what kind of pizza and grinders to include in the pack.

“You can be generous and donate a $100 FRONT LINE PIZZA PACK from your company or from yourself,” Quenneville added. “Or you can take up a collection with your family, friends and coworkers to raise $100.” Quenneville will donate $100 FRONT LINE PIZZA PACKS each week to each of the three hospitals for three weeks.

Anyone who wants to donate a $100 FRONT LINE PIZZA PACK to Baystate, Cooley or Mercy has to make two calls. First, they must call the hospital contact person at one of the three participating hospitals to arrange delivery time and delivery instructions. Then they must call one of the participating pizza restaurants to place the order and pay for the “$100 FRONT LINE HOSPITAL PACK”. They will have to give the pizza restaurant the delivery time and instructions. The pizza restaurant will take it from there and choose what goes into the order.

HOW TO SEND A $100 FRONT LINE PIZZA PACK to a participating hospital:

Baystate Health, Springfield, MA

  • STEP ONE: Call 413-794-1489 to arrange delivery time and location at Baystate Health.
  • STEP TWO: Call one of the participating pizza restaurants below to order and pay for delivery of a
    $100 FRONT LINE PIZZA PACK to go to Baystate Health. Include delivery time and location.
  • Participating Restaurants for Baystate Health: 
    • ANTONIO’S GRINDERS & PIZZA, Springfield, MA 413-734-8822
    • TONY’S PIZZA, Springfield, MA 413-732-6600
    • WILD OLIVE PIZZERIA, Springfield, MA 413-788-8791

Cooley Dickinson Hospital, Northamption, MA

  • STEP ONE: Call Ann at 413-582-2249 to arrange delivery time and location at Cooley Dickinson.
  • STEP TWO: Call one of the participating pizza restaurants below to order and pay for delivery of a $100 FRONT LINE PIZZA PACK to go to Cooley Dickinson. Include delivery time and location.
  • Participating Restaurants for Cooley Dickinson: 
    • ANTONIO’S PIZZA, Easthampton, MA 413-527-8383
    • FLORENCE PIZZA, Florence, MA 413-584-5759

Mercy Medical Center, Springfield, MA

  • STEP ONE: Call Traci at 413-262-3223 to arrange delivery time and location at Mercy Medical Center.
  • STEP TWO: Call one of the participating pizza restaurants below to order and pay for delivery of a
    $100 FRONT LINE PIZZA PACK to go to Mercy Medical Center. Include delivery time and location.
  • Participating Restaurants for Mercy Medical Center: 
    • ANTONIO’S GRINDERS & PIZZA, Springfield, MA 413-734-8822
    • TONY’S PIZZA, Springfield, MA 413-732-6600
    • WILD OLIVE PIZZERIA, Springfield, MA 413-788-8791

 

* Food must be prepared and delivered by participating restaurants only. Personal size pizzas, wrapped grinders & individual beverages only. Restaurants must follow strict safe food handling guidelines. $100 orders will feed 12 or more people in hospital break rooms.