The Frontline Foundation is pleased to announce its launch and inaugural community support initiative. The Organization’s first project is designed to encourage community protection against the virus with vaccinations, provide an economic injection to local businesses, and show praise and appreciation to the first Frontline Foundation (the “Organization”) is
responders and others at the forefront of the COVID-19 health and economic crisis.
The Frontline Foundation was founded with a mission to support local businesses and give back to first responders and frontline workers in Bermuda. During these unprecedented times, the Organization has expanded this mandate to include other community members that have found themselves on the frontline of the COVID-19 crisis.
“Frontline and essential workers have a special place in my heart; with my wife being a pharmacist, father and father-in-law both police officers, my mother a teacher, and mother in law a registered nurse. I truly appreciate the sacrifice and dedication it takes to be on the frontline, and I’m proud to partner with everyone at the Frontline Foundation in our efforts to give recognition and support to those that dedicate most of their lives to helping others,” said Frontline Foundation Chairman and Founder, Sean McNulty.
This morning, Frontline Foundation has announced an initiative to encourage residents in Bermuda to get the COVID-19 vaccine to help protect themselves and the community. From May 26 through June 1, 2021, after residents ages 16 and over receives the vaccine, the Frontline Foundation will give them a $50 gift certificate to a local business.
Additionally, for each vaccine administered during this campaign period, the Organization will also provide a gift card to a first responder or frontline worker as a special thanks for doing their part for the community. Volunteers of the Frontline Foundation will be located at the Hospital, Bermuda College, and
present at each pop-up vaccine location on the island during the period.
“Even as a former nurse, I was initially hesitant to get the vaccine just like many others in the community have been. But with the support of my doctor and my family, and after doing my research and seeing successful vaccine results both in Bermuda and abroad, I made the decision, and I got my first jab yesterday,” said Gaynell Hayward, former Chief Nursing Officer and board
member of the Frontline Foundation.
The Frontline Foundation’s goal with this campaign is to help the final push to get the country and the economy back open for all Bermudians and Bermudian residents to enjoy. We can only accomplish this by encouraging community protection against the virus with vaccinations so that we all have the ability to beat it.
As an added benefit and incentive, the gift card program is both supporting local businesses and showing appreciation for those on the frontline of the COVID-19
crisis – things that are important to all of us. If we are effective, everyone in Bermuda benefits.
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