Dallas Hispanic Bar Association Donates Meals to Three Dallas Area Emergency Hospitals
Dallas, TX - To contribute to the support of local frontline health care workers during the current COVID-19 crisis, the Dallas Hispanic Bar Association (DHBA) is donating 150 meals to three of Dallas’ most impacted emergency room hospitals.
Yesterday, Methodist Dallas Medical Center’s Laura Motta Mena, PhD., Director, Community and Public Relations with Jackie Guzman, welcomed the meals from a local restaurant in Oak Cliff, El Taxqueno Taqueria.
Pictured: El Taxqueno Taqueria owner Amando Monroy
Additionally, the DHBA delivered meals to Parkland Hospital, and plans to deliver to emergency medical staff at Baylor University Medical Center. “This is a small gesture of support for all the frontline heroes that are working tirelessly during this pandemic,” stated DHBA President Isaac Faz. “We are more than happy to help thank healthcare workers and support our local restaurants, a win-win. It’s our turn to support them, and the Dallas Hispanic Bar Association and our members say gracias! We hope others in our community will join us by donating, finding a way to give back, to those working to combat the virus, or to help those in need across the DFW area.”
The small business restaurants participating in DHBA’s donation effort include El Taxqueno Taqueria in Oak Cliff, Sammy’s BBQ in Uptown, and Mama Mia Pasta & Pizza in Deep Ellum.
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Dallas Hispanic Bar Association Purpose:
To promote the social, economic, educational and civic advancement of the DFW Metroplex Hispanic community by making the legal system more accessible to the Hispanic community, and more responsive to its needs. Follow on social media @DallasHBA
Contact: Mauricio Navarro