Mississauga restaurant teaming up with Raptors Superfan to deliver meals to Mississauga Hospital
Although Ontario is slowly reopening, the COVID-19 crisis is far from over and local businesses and celebrities are still working to give back to first responders and residents in need.
Masala Canteen, a Mississauga restaurant located in Heartland Town Centre, has teamed up with Toronto Raptors Superfan Nav Bhatia to deliver 300 meals to frontline workers at Trillium Health Partners—Mississauga Hospital.
The delivery is part of The Superfan Nav Bhatia Foundation’s #MealsOnTheMove project, which kicked off last month when Bhatia—who recently participated in a Mississauga Food Bank fundraiser—joined forces with HGTV’s Sangita Patel and Peel Regional Police to help deliver meals to frontline healthcare workers, long-term care homes, food banks and shelters.
The truck donates prepackaged meals every day.
While the initiative was initially meant to serve front line workers and facilities in Brampton and Mississauga, it has now expanded. According to a recent post on the foundation’s official Facebook page, #MealsOnTheMove recently teamed up with Mercasa Little Italy Eatery and headed to Brantford.
The truck has also delivered meals to front line workers in Oakville and Milton.
Today (May 21), Bhatia will be going to Masala Canteen with his branded truck to pick the meals and deliver them to front line workers.
After the pickup, the truck will travel to Kalaish Parbat in Brampton to pick up another 300 meals.
The meals will be dropped off around 6:00 pm today.
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