As a local business, Fence & Deck Connection understands the many challenges our neighbors are facing during these weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic. Jake Wolod, one of our Project Consultants sprung into action by purchasing breakfast pastries from local restaurants and bakeries for our heroes on the front line — our hard working doctors, nurses, and hospital support staff.
Our Fence & Deck Connection voluntary goodwill ambassador, Michelle Rubush, was also looking for ways to support industries impacted by the ongoing pandemic. She reached out to Susan Iaquinta, the Major Gifts Officer for the Baltimore Washington Medical Center Foundation and together, they organized a visit from T & J Waffles, a Baltimore-area food truck to the staff at UM BWMC. Fence & Deck Connection purchased 160 delicious salad and/or waffle meals that were delivered on Saturday, April 11 during morning and evening shifts to make sure our emergency and overnight responders are well-nourished during these chaotic times. All meals were labeled and individually packaged — perfect for “on-the-go.”
Giving back will always be at the heart of our Fence & Deck family and we thank our team members, as well as our friends at T & J Waffles for their community-driven generosity!