INDIANAPOLIS — Mimi Blue Meatballs announced on Thursday that it had raised over $10,000 to provide meals to local hospital workers.
The restaurant known for its classic food selection has a program called "Mimi Blue Good Food."
Through this program, the restaurant has partnered with companies, individuals and families to provide a total of 50 meals to any essential local organization working to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
"With a major focus on supporting first responders and health care employees, the initiative is open to supporting others in need," the Mimi Blue announcement read.
Since raising $10,000, the eatery has delivered meals to St. Vincent Hospital, Eskenazi Hospital, Riverview Hospital, Community Hospital North and IU Health Methodist Hospital.
Whoever wishes to be a sponsor in the Mimi Blue Good Food program, gets to choose the recipient of those meals, as well. Those wanting to serve as a sponsor or have questions regarding the program can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mimi Blues is still open for a full-service carryout and delivery at all three of its locations — Carmel, Mass Ave and the Fashion Mall.
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