Lavazza donates coffee to US workers combatting coronavirus


In response to the current global health emergency in the United States, Lavazza has donated coffee to support healthcare and public safety workers as they fight the growing COVID-19 pandemic.

Lavazza has partnered with New York Health + Hospitals, Morrison Healthcare, UCLA Health, Los Angeles Fire Department, and Los Angeles Police Department to deliver coffee to hospitals, fire departments, and police departments in New York and Los Angeles, California.

At present, Lavazza is confirmed to donate over 50,000 bags of coffee and counting to the following facilities:

New York City Metro Area:
o    NYC Health + Hospitals – Bellevue
o    NYC Health + Hospitals – Harlem
o    NYC Health + Hospitals – Metropolitan
o    NYC Health + Hospitals – Coney Island
o    NYC Health + Hospitals – Kings County
o    NYC Health + Hospitals – Woodhull
o    NYC Health + Hospitals – Elmhurst
o    NYC Health + Hospitals – Queens
o    NYC Health + Hospitals – Jacobi
o    NYC Health + Hospitals – Lincoln
o    NYC Health + Hospitals – North Central Bronx
o    Mount Sinai Beth Israel
o    Mount Sinai Brooklyn
o    Mount Sinai Hospital
o    Mount Sinai New York Eye & Ear
o    Mount Sinai Queens
o    Mount Sinai Morningside
o    Mount Sinai West
o    Burke Rehabilitation Hospital
o    Staten Island University Hospital North
o    Staten Island University Hospital South
o    Westchester Medical Center
o    White Plains Medical Center

Los Angeles:
o    Los Angeles Fire Department – 106 stations
o    Los Angeles Police Department – 21 stations
o    Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
o    UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica

In Italy – the birthplace of Lavazza, which has been greatly impacted by the pandemic – Lavazza Group has pledged to allocate €10 million (about US$10.8 million) for projects to support healthcare, schools, and the needy in the Piedmont Region.

The Lavazza Group says it and its workforce extend gratitude to healthcare professionals and all those supporting their communities during these uncertain times. By coming together and each doing our part, we can pull through this emergency as a global family, Lavazza says.

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