(Miami, FL) The Vernon Carey Foundation, Lineage Logistics and Anthony J. Galvin Foundation partnered to donate 250 meals for health care workers at Jackson North Medical Center on Wednesday, April 29th. The meals were prepared by Hooters of Hialeah and consisted of a burger or chicken sandwich, baked beans and coleslaw.
“It is important for the Vernon Carey Foundation to help for our local community during this time. We wanted to do something nice for our local health care workers and are thankful Lineage Logistics and Anthony J. Galvin Foundation joined our efforts” said Vernon Carey, Founder of the Vernon Carey Foundation.
The Vernon Carey Foundation has also donated 300 meals to Curley’s House Food Bank to help the Miami Community. The Vernon Carey Foundation creates programs and provides support to encourage the improvement of our youth. These programs are designed to enhance educational and recreational development and economic opportunities within the community. Giving back to the community where he grew up with year round opportunities is important to Carey.
For more information on the Vernon Carey Foundation, please visit www.VernonCarey72Foundation.org.