Food trucks in WNY have stepped up to provide free meals to healthcare workers.

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"If we can help them out and just be that family they need right now, this is what it's all about." ~ Jonathan Rowan, co-owner of the Cheesy Chick via WGRZ

Jenna Goldsmith had the idea to feed healthcare workers, who are often working shifts of 12 hours or more. Jenna previously worked in a hospital, so she knows first-hand, according to WGRZ. Jenna started a GoFundMe page to raise money to pay for the meals. She was able to raise more than half of her $10,000 goal. The page has over $7,000 in donations so far. You can contribute here.

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She reached out to Cheesy Chick Food Truck, which has helped provide free meals to healthcare professionals at Buffalo General, Roswell, and Millard-Fillmore Suburban hospital. Their good deeds have inspired others to join them, including Buffalo Blend and Wonder Coffeehouse.

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"They are working 12-13 hour shifts in who knows what conditions with that stress and so a good meal really goes a long way." ~ Jenna Goldsmith via WGRZ