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McWhinney Donates 150 Denver Milk Market Lunches to Lakewood Hospital

McWhinney, a Colorado-based real estate investor and developer with expertise in commercial, multifamily, hospitality, residential and mixed-use assets, is partnering with Lunches for Clinicians to donate 150 lunches to frontline workers at St. Anthony Hospital in Lakewood.

The lunches will be created by Denver Milk Market, the 16-concept food hall led by Chef Frank Bonanno, located at Dairy Block and will feature a mix of meat and vegetarian options. Lunches will be delivered to healthcare workers on Tuesday, April 28 at 11 a.m.

“We want to express gratitude to Colorado medical professionals located near our offices who are working tirelessly right now, while also collaborating with and supporting  some of our retail partners within our mixed-use projects like Dairy Block,” said Celeste Smith, senior marketing director at McWhinney. “We are all going through this challenging time together. Working with Lunches for Clinicians is a great opportunity to help spread kindness and support the communities in which we do business.”

Supporting the healthcare community located near McWhinney’s Loveland office, McWhinney recently partnered with Mary’s Mountain Cookies at The Promenade Shops at Centerra to donate 15 dozen fresh, individually sealed cookies to healthcare workers who had to work on Easter Sunday at a UCHealth hospital in northern Colorado.

Lunches for Clinicians was started in Denver last month by a group of 8 friends who want to give back to the heroic frontline healthcare workers by delivering them warm meals from local restaurants. The movement has since spread to nine cities, delivering over 8,000 meals to clinicians across 60 hospitals, supporting over 60 restaurants and raising over $140,000 nationally, including more than $30,000 in Denver.

For more information or to make a donation, please visit https://bit.ly/lunchesforicu.

 

 

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