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FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA – On Monday, Broward Health Healthcare for the Homeless provided nearly 650 hot lunches during its 17th annual Thanksgiving Feast near downtown Fort Lauderdale. The freshly prepared grab-and-go meals were served by Broward Health caregivers and leaders, along with North Broward Hospital District Board of Commissioners Chair Nancy Gregoire and Vice Chair Stacy Angier, at the Bernard P. Alicki Health Center. They were also provided a travel-size container of hand sanitizer and a mask to help reduce the spread of novel coronavirus. “Broward Health is always here to take care of the whole person,” said Portia Anderson, RN, director of the Bernard P. Alicki Health Center. In this Thanksgiving season, we want to extend our care for their wellbeing and honor our community with a hot meal.”The hundreds of meals were made possible through generous donations by the Broward Health Foundation, Broward Health Medical Center, Broward Health Imperial Point, Aramark and community partners such as TaskForce Fore Ending Homelessness and AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
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