by Tony Chai | Chief Editor | Asiaindallas@gmail.com
Korean American Professional Network (KAPN) is teaming up with its sponsors and partners to provide free meals to healthcare workers and first responders, who are on the frontlines of the fight against COVID-19.
KAPN is a Korean-American non-profit organization comprised of 2nd generation Korean-American professionals in North Texas.
KAPN’s primary mission is to provide networking opportunities for Korean-American professionals and mentoring for youths.
KAPN officers and Co-founders of LA Burger visited Parkland Hospital Wednesday, April 1st and provided 100 burger meals to the medical professionals.
“We are truly thankful for the immense sacrifice made by all the healthcare workers and first responders in the fight against COVID-19. As a local restaurant in the community, we are honored to support Parkland and its hospital staff during these challenging times” said co-founders of LA Burger Ben and Jon Lee.
“Throughout this week and next, KAPN sponsors and partners will be delivering meals and treats to our hospital workers. Even while experiencing major hardships with their own small businesses, they have all stepped up to sacrifice for the greater good, do what is right, and truly show that we are in this fight together” said Chase Park, the president of KAPN.
“It is important for Asian Americans to be actively involved in the community and build a good reputation for us in the U.S. so we can have a stronger voice in the future” Park added.
KAPN will be visiting other medical facilities in North Texas through second week of April and provide free meals and treats.
Participating businesses in this effort are Nori Handroll Bar, Kimchi Stylish Korean Kitchen, Howard Wang's China Grill, Happy Pharmacy, Oppa Treats, The PN Event Planning, 9Rabbits.
Anyone or any business interested in partnering with KAPN to donate a meal or treat, contact KAPN at 800-807-0231 or email@example.com