Dinner by Chef Paul Wahlberg, restaurant gift certificates and artwork to be auctioned off
South Shore, MA – May 20, 2020 – As the fight against COVID-19 carries on, our healthcare workers are working tirelessly behind the scenes. In an effort to bring the South Shore together to support these local heroes, Frontline Foods South Shore will be hosting an online auction (www.biddingowl.com/frontlinefoodssouthshore) from May 20 at 8am EST through May 29 at 5pm EST to raise money which will be used to buy, donate and deliver healthy meals to the frontlines.
This auction provides the opportunity to not only show our support and gratitude to our healthcare workers by providing them nutritious meals, but also helps keep local restaurants afloat while dining rooms remain closed.
Bid on a once-in-a-lifetime private dinner for 10 people at your house cooked by celebrity chef Paul Wahlberg of Alma Nove. Or, choose to bid on an incredible private 6 course dinner for 12 at The Parrot in Hull hosted by Chef/Owner Brian Houlihan of the Eat Local group paired with beer from Barrel House Z and live music from the Aldous Collins Band. Other items including various local restaurant gift certificates such as Burton’s Grill, Alma Nove, Wahlburgers, Greenside Grille, Liv Creative Cuisine, Barrel House Z, and several pieces of artwork, round out the auction
Frontline Foods South Shore is a chapter of Frontline Foods that works in conjunction with World Central Kitchen, a non-profit that creates smart solutions to hunger, and helps provide emergency food response during disasters. Frontline Foods is a grassroots organization that is raising money from the community to pay local restaurants to prepare meals for the heroes responding to the COVID-19 crisis. The South Shore chapter was created by Jed Rice, Dan O’Donnell, and Leon Merian.
The idea is simple: We donate healthy meals to South Shore Health System clinicians, security, IT, Admin who are working in wartime conditions by partnering with local restaurants who have been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re a 501c3!