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Series: Feeling Love On The Frontline - May 16th, 2020

  • Golden Krust, Caribbean bakery and grill restaurant, and the Ferrari Club of Fort Lauderdale have graciously donated 35 hefty meals to our FOP lodge for the Lauderhill Police Department on May 1st.

Lauderhill police officer stands behind a round table with stacks of food containers in a break room. Lauderhill police officer seated at a round table eating from a food container. Golden Krust staff stand across a street near parallel parked cars with food packages for delivery.

  • Law firm Saban & Solomon provided enough lunch to feed 70 of our Fire Department and City Hall staff on Wednesday May 6th at Fire Station 57. (no pics)
  • Crafty Crab was gracious enough to donate 2,000 surgical masks to the Police Department as a token of their appreciation of all the hard work and dedication from the Lauderhill Police Officers during this difficult time.

Crafty Crab worker and Lauderhill police officer standing outside a building entrance.

  • On May 7th, Women in White (WIW) paid a visit to Lauderhill Fire Department to deliver KN-95 masks to support our heroes. It was one of their three stops that day in South Florida to supply equipment in areas where they are most needed. WIW is led by Dr. Thompson, who began buying FDA-approved masks and protective gear early on. Today, Women in White has delivered over 375,000 masks including New York, Florida, New Orleans, California, Texas, Colorado, Michigan and more.

Two Women in White members with Lauderhill Fire Station staff outside of a building.

Two Women in White members with one Lauderhill fire station staff standing outside a building. Two women in white members and a camera crew member standing outside a building.

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