Mission businesses offer free meals to front line workers

Police, paramedics, firefighters health care providers and more can order a free meal

Mission’s Sangam Indian Restaurant will be providing free meals to all front line workers/first responders including police, paramedics, firefighters health care providers as well as single parents and elderly persons.

The restaurant will be offering 50 free meals a day from 1 to 4 p.m.

The restaurant is located at 32034 Lougheed Hwy. in Mission as well as 8705 Young Road in Chilliwack.

There is a choice of one chana masala/butter chicken/shahi paneer plus mix veg with rice and a naan.

Text owner Jag Deol at 604-217-1439 with your name and what you would like to order and what time you will be arriving so it can be delivered to your vehicle

Call the restaurant upon arrival, Mission 604-820-1947 and Chilliwack at 604-402-3366.

Free lunches begin on Tuesday March 31.

Pizza64 Mission

Sukh Gill, owner of Pizza64 Mission says frontline workers are our heroes!

“We appreciate everything they are doing for humanity. In these tough times we stand together, and to support our frontline workers we are offering a free large pizza to you through this entire week.

Staff will need to see frontline workers ID’s for confirmation.

Pizza64 Mission is located at 32081 Lougheed Hwy. Call 604-805-1818 for more details.

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