Ann Marie’s Cafe in Abbotsford is giving customers the chance to buy meals for healthcare workers.

Abbotsford’s Ann Marie’s Cafe allowing customers to buy meals for frontline workers

Takeout food available to buy specifically for local healthcare workers battling COVID-19 pandemic

A popular Abbotsford restaurant is helping nourish frontline workers in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ann Marie’s Cafe, located in downtown Abbotsford at 33771 George Ferguson Way, is allowing customers the chance to buy meals that will be delivered directly to those on the frontline.

The establishment’s Facebook page shared yesterday that they have connected with hospital night shift workers and want to give locals the chance to set them up with food.

The post states:

We have also been informed that our tireless hospital night shift workers would greatly benefit from breakfast being delivered for their 5 AM “dinner”, so we are including an option to purchase a 25 person breakfast box for $200*, or you can even buy 1 or 2 (or more!) single breakfasts for our frontline workers. We really hope to provide this service on a fairly regular basis for the men and women who have been working so hard to keep us all healthy and safe- but we need your help!

If you know of anyone else working the frontlines and finding it a challenge to care for themselves properly due to new protocols, or just plainly too busy, we would love to hear about them and try to arrange the same services.

Ann Marie’s Cafe also offers a variety of take-out options for customers. The establishment has been around for over 14 years.

For more information on the restaurant, visit


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