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Guy Fieri Hands Out 1,200 Autographed Lunches To First Responders

What isn't Guy Fieri doing to help the people during this global pandemic?! I mean seriously! He is truly a celebrity that will stand the test of time due to his kind nature and good heart!!!!

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Last week, it was revealed Guy had help donate $20 million to out-of-work restaurant staffers.

While speaking with TMZ, the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives host revealed he had no problem reaching out to some major corporations involved in hospitality and food services for donations!

In partnership with the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation, Guy launched the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund.

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He explained that he sent personal video invitations to all heavy hitter brand CEOs (Coke, Pepsi, UberEats, etc.) and asked for donations.

Now, Guy's good deeds are extending to frontline first responders! Check out this video by John Burgess!

People reports that on Wednesday, the 52-year-old celebrity chef and his 48-foot Stagecoach Smokehouse mobile kitchen showed up to feed 1,200 first responders and healthcare workers at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital in California.

In addition to the delicious meal, a personal thank you note was included with each container, as well as his initials signed on the lid of every box.

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The mayor of Flavortown truly took the time to make each meal special :')

The autographed boxed meals included a delicious assortment of pulled pork, pasta with veggies, Caesar salad and ~focaccia~ with caramelized onion and Parmesan.

That sunds pretty OUTTA BOUNDS TO ME!

Keep up the great work, Guy!

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