The fast-food chain Belfrit recently donated a large amount of food to the Hungarian healthcare workers of Szent László Hospital who work hard every day on taking care of hundreds of patients infected by the coronavirus.
Belfrit aims to deliver the food while it is still fresh, with more turns between the restaurant and the hospital. The first delivery arrived on March 31 with the help of the dispatchers of Netpincér, which is an online app where people can order from restaurants and have the food delivered to their houses or flats.
The management of Belfrit reported that, during these hard days and the months to come, working together to help those in need is essential.
The company hopes to set an example and teach people that solidarity towards each other, let it be smaller or bigger groups of people, has to be the feature of humanity. During the epidemic, every little help means a lot to those who work with the infected people at the hospitals in Hungary and makes their lives easier.
Belfrit emphasises that everyone can do something: donate to Hungarian hospitals and those in need, or, by sharing this article, raise awareness for the importance of giving.