Fuzzy’s Taco Shop Donated Meals for National Nurses Week

    Industry News | May 13, 2020

    In honor of National Nurses Week, Fuzzy’s Taco Shop came together as a brand to donate meals to Healthcare Heroes on the frontlines across 16 states last week. The company had pledged to donate 5 percent of sales on April 29 to feed local nurses, doctors and assisted living caretakers in honor of National Nurses Week from May 6-12, which equated to 25,000 tacos. Participating Fuzzy’s Taco Shop locations partnered with a local hospital, urgent care or medical facility in their community to provide warm meals to those on the front lines.

    In addition to the National Nurses Week donation, select Fuzzy’s Taco Shop locations throughout the country have created campaigns to raise funds to provide meals for frontline workers since March. Franchisees in Florida and Texas have raised over $20,000 to support first responders with meals at lunch and dinner. To donate please visit GoFundMe in the following markets:

    • Tampa, FL
    • Dallas, TX
    • Baytown, TX & Beaumont, TX
    • Longview, TX
    • Tyler, TX
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