Friday Health Plans committed to supporting local businesses during COVID-19
Friday Health Plans has been supporting the Alamosa community while feeding their own employees and other essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
After the statewide closures of restaurants on March 18, Friday Health Plans has placed daily takeout orders to provide meals for their employees and will continue to do in the upcoming weeks. Restaurants that Friday Health Plans has ordered from included The Purple Pig Pizzeria and Pub, Locavores, Woody’s Q Shack, and Nino’s Del Sol.
With nearly 100 employees based in Alamosa, Friday Health Plans understands the impact small businesses have in the community. “These small business owners are remarkable with the service they have provided throughout the years and have put countless hours into building and achieving their dreams,” said Kaily Lopez, Human Resources Business Partner at Friday Health Plans.
Friday Health Plans has also partnered with Blessed Brews Coffee Shop to provide free coffee to essential community workers, including teachers from the Alamosa School District and the Alamosa Police Department.
“By giving back, we aim to give those around us hope, and help them realize they hold a significant part in our little town, and the only way to get through all of this, is together. We are also committed to keeping our employees’ spirits up during this time. These acts of giving back help with that,” added Lopez.
Friday Health Plans has modified its operations by supporting half its employees working from home and instituting strict safety measures for employees still coming to the office on Main Street in Alamosa. The company plans to continue supporting local businesses and community members during these unprecedented times. To follow updates, please visit Friday’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/fridayhealthplans.com.