7 businesses in Canada offering free stuff to healthcare workers
We owe everything to Canada’s medical professionals. They’ve been incredible throughout the COVID pandemic. These people work night and day, through sweat and tears, giving us a fighting chance of beating this thing. To them, we say, thank you. We also say, go get yourself some complimentary stuff! You guys deserve it! Here are a few places offering free stuff to healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As of last week, Nandos has been delivering free hot meals to hospitals and their staff near all locations to help keep a pep in the step of healthcare workers. In addition to that, they’re also giving free takeout to any nurse or doctor who shows up to a Nando’s location in uniform or with a valid health-care ID.
Their doors may be closed, but their hearts are still open! McDonald’s will be giving away free McCafe coffees, and tea’s to healthcare workers when they order through their drive-thru anywhere in Canada.
True North strong and caffeinated. Tim’s will be delivering free coffee to frontline workers in major cities all across the country. If they’ve missed you, email THsocial@timhortons.com with a request, and they’ll do their best to get out to you as soon as possible.
From now until May 3rd, frontline health care workers can cash in on a free tall brewed coffee, either hot or iced, through their delivery app.
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Flash your health care ID and get a coffee or signature rootbeer on them! The offer is only available through online delivery. drive-thru and mobile ordering!
No, they’re not red bottoms or Yeezys, but they’re so freaking comfortable, that’s why the Crocs company is offering health care workers a free pair!
Nurses and doctors are working double time and in some cases, a long commute is just not an option. Airbnb is offering free accommodation to 100,000 health care workers who need to be closer to their designated hospitals amid the chaos that has been the COVID outbreak, so they can get more sleep between shifts.
Free caffeine seems to be a trend. We can only imagine how badly they need it. Keep it up, you guys. You’re amazing!
*Note: The Alberta Health Service is no longer taking food donations in order to lower the risk of COVID-19. Other regions may follow suit and the list above may vary depending on region and/or health service.