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Caboose Commons Collecting Donations for Inova

Caboose Commons is ramping up its donation efforts to benefit Inova’s health care workers and low-income patients.

The Merrifield brewery has recently been collecting donations for the Falls Church-based Inova Health System, which serves the Northern Virginia and D.C. area.

Yesterday, Caboose announced on Facebook that donations will also benefit the Inova Cares Clinic for Women & Children.

“This donation will get struggling families the groceries they need!” the post said.

People can donate when they get to-go orders. Caboose Commons is currently offering a limited to-go menu that includes fries, burgers, grilled cheese and more, along with beer and grocery delivery. Its recently expanded delivery zone now stretches from Herndon to Bailey’s Crossroads.

Inova donation options include:

For $8 we will donate a meal to the INOVA staff. They are working tirelessly to keep us all safe and need as much support as they can get. Please give what you can.

Coordinated with InovaCares Clinics for Women and Children. Serving local low-income families that have lost their jobs, recently had a baby, or have children with special needs. Groceries include milk, eggs, produce, ground beef and a roll of toilet paper.

So far, Caboose said it has provided hundreds of meals to health care workers.

“We have donated over 480 meals to our frontline heroes at INOVA!” Caboose posted on Facebook on April 24. “They are beyond grateful for the support from the community. Thank you so much to those that have already donated.”

Image via Caboose Commons/Facebook

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