(TORONTO, ON – April 2nd, 2020) – Today, the Windsor Arms Hotel, in partnership with Cerise Fine Catering, delivered 500 boxed lunches to first responders at Michael Garron Hospital in Toronto, with an additional 1,000 snacks prepared for the University Health Network to support health care professionals on the frontline battling the COVID-19 crisis.
First responders and health care professionals will be delivered a free boxed meal designed by Executive Chef, Shawn Whalen of Cerise Fine Catering. Whalen is 1 of 5 Master Chefs in Canada and the only one in Toronto.
“As COVID-19 continues to spread globally, those not involved in the medical field may feel an inability to help. The Windsor Arms Hotel and Cerise Fine Catering wanted to do our part in supporting first responders through this challenging time,” said George Friedmann – President of Windsor Arms Hotel.
“We’re proud to help the city combat this crisis by providing our brave medical professionals with a meal or snack so that they can focus on what’s most important saving lives,” remarked Mateus de Campos – General Manager of Cerise Fine Catering
About the Windsor Arms Hotel
The Windsor Arms has been the home away from home for visiting royalty, aristocracy, stars of film and screen, as well as heads of state and industry. The Windsor Arms Hotel is renowned worldwide for its excellence, intimacy, and attention to the finest details.
Originally built in 1927, then completely rebuilt in 1999, the Windsor Arms Hotel harmoniously synthesizes the comfort and convenience of the 21st Century with a distinct spirit and the aesthetic quality of a bygone era. Learn more at windsorarmshotel.com and follow on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
About Cerise Fine Catering
Cerise Fine Catering is a partnership between the Windsor Arms Hotel and Centerplate, a Sodexo Company, recognized for its event planning experience in serving large global audiences.
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