Stage 13 and Warner Bros. partner with local restaurant to donate meals to frontline healthcare workers

July 5, 2020

In early June, Stage 13 partnered with the Warner Bros. employee group NAPA (Network for Asian Pacific Americans) and the Asian-owned restaurant Bopomofo Cafe to donate meals to the Beverly Community Hospital in Montebello, CA! An initiative to support both the frontline healthcare workers and an Asian-owned restaurant, both of which have been hit hard during the COVID pandemic.

Stage 13 was able to participate in this amazing event through the #stage13supports campaign created from the Family Style series. Keep an eye out for more foodie recommendations and community support in the Facebook group! Read about the second food donation to the Asian Youth Center by Bone Kettle, Stage 13 and NAPA here.

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