To help the community during the coronavirus pandemic, some businesses in Atlanta, Georgia are stepping up to help.
As WSB-TV Atlanta reports, a variety of businesses, from food banks to coffee shops and law firms, are offering free services and products to those in need.
Atlanta Community Food Banks are making sure children who usually rely on school lunch programs don’t go hungry. Food banks across Atlanta are reaching five districts and 21 schools and parents are encouraged to contact a food bank closest to them to find out when distributions are scheduled.
Table and Main, a southern tavern in Roswell, is serving free meals Tuesdays through Sundays from 12:00-4:00 p.m., no questions asked.
Kale me Crazy, a health-food cafe, is donating free daily immunity boosting shots to healthcare workers.
Cartridge World, a printer company, is offering free printing for anyone without a printer working from home.
HKM Employment Attorneys LLP, an Atlanta law firm, is providing a free Atlanta Coronavirus response employee hotline and resource center to explain employee rights in Atlanta and Georgia during the Coronavirus pandemic.