Jimmy Mac's Roadhouse in Federal Way kicks off their Feed A Hero program for St. Francis Hospital frontline heroes

Jimmy Mac's in Federal Way could use your help as they prepare as many as 400 meals on May 6 for the hard-working heroes at St. Francis Hospital in Federal Way

May 5, 2020
Thanks to our heroes

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I love it when local businesses do good work for good causes right in their own communities, and that's exactly what our friends at Jimmy Mac's Roadhouse in Federal Way are doing. They call it Feed A Hero.

THe plan is that on Wednesday, May 6th, Jimmy Mac’s will be feeding up to 400 front line workers at St. Francis Hospital in Federal Way.  And if you can swing a little donation, you can helop: For each $10 contributed, they’ll provide lunch or dinner for FIVE local heroes.

If you'd like to help, just call Jimmy Mac’s Roadhouse in Federal Way to contribute to their Feed A Hero Program. The phone is 253-874-6000.  And just so you know what your money will be buying, here's the menu, direct from Jimmy Mac's:

"Our Feed A Hero Lunch includes our famous Pulled Pork Sandwich with Homemade Coleslaw and Baked Beans.  For St. Francis’s evening shift, our Feed A Hero Dinner includes a Turkey & Swiss Cheese Sandwich, Salad, Homemade Potato Chips and Cookie.  The $10 for every five meals helps us with food costs and to continue to pay our employees during the Covid-19 Crisis."


Thanks in advance for your support and, of course, thanks to all Front Line Workers. 

Jimmy Mac’s wants you to know that they take special precautions in preparing and handling all food orders, and if you're not familiar with thei operation, Jimmy Mac’s Roadhouse is a locally owned, Texas-style family restaurant featuring steaks, crab cakes, delicious handcrafted foods, craft cocktails, ice cold beer and peanuts on the floor.  They've got locations in Federal Way and Renton.  Take out is available daily 11am to 7pm Sunday through Thursday, 11am to 8pm Friday and Saturday. Curbside, no contact pickup is available.

Thanks to Jimmy Mac's for stepping up, and thanks to you for contributing!

The phone number again is 253-874-6000.