Breckenridge Brewery feeds hospital workers

Partnership with Feeding the Frontline and support from community has helped provide 500 meals so far

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Breckenridge Brewery is helping to keep medical staff workers fed.

“We know how hard our local health-care heroes are working to care for Coloradans affected by COVID-19, putting in long hours at the hospital, sacrificing their own safety and time with their families,” reads an excerpt from the Farm House Restaurant website. “In an effort to help keep the medical staff workers' spirits up and bellies full, we are partnering with Feeding the Frontline to provide local hospital workers with meals during this time of crisis.”

Through the partnership with Feeding the Frontline and support from the community, Breckenridge Brewery met its goal of donating 500 meals to hospital workers at Littleton Adventist Hospital.

The success has helped Breckenridge Brewery add Highlands Ranch Hospital and the University of Colorado Anschutz Internal Medicine resident team, operating between University Hospital and Veterans Affairs Medical Center, to its list.

Residents who would like to help can donate a $10 meal from the Farm House Restaurant to local health-care workers. Each month, Breckenridge Brewery will match up to 250 donations to meet its goal of at least 500 meals per month to local hospital workers.

To make a donation, or to order food and drinks for carry-out, go to www.breckbrew.com/farmhouse-restaurant and click on Feeding the Frontline or call 303-803-1380.

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