NYC Area Photos

Members of Graffiti 2 Church provide care packages to police officers at the NYPD’s 40th precinct in the Bronx.

Members of Graffiti 2 Church provide care packages to police officers at the NYPD’s 40th precinct in the Bronx.

Taylor Field, Send Relief missionary in New York City, is all set to bring encouragement by way of care packages to hospital workers in what has been deemed the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Send Relief volunteer, Jess Medlock, is all set for the New York City ministry center’s care package outreach to local hospitals.

Send Relief volunteer, Eli Schewel, helped make the connection with two New York City hospitals as the NYC ministry center provided 210 gift bags to encourage healthcare workers.

New Orleans Area Photos

Care package bags are ready to be distributed to healthcare workers in several New Orleans area hospitals.

From left, Jeremy Simmons, Shawn Powers (CEO of Baptist Community Health Services), Kay Bennett (Send Relief missionary) and Kayleigh White on one of their stops to drop off care packages to New Orleans area hospitals.

Shawn Powers and Kay Bennett excited to serve healthcare workers in New Orleans.

Atlanta Area Photos

Miranda Blalock, supervisor at the Wellstar Hospital’s Laundry Facility in Austell, Georgia, stands with a box of Send Relief care packages. “This is amazing,” Blalock said. “You just have no idea how much this means to me and my staff. It’s this kind of love that this world needs right now.” Many of the employees here make very little money, and some speak limited English. They’re considered part of the behind-the-scenes crew, but they are every bit as important and on the front lines as anyone else in the healthcare industry.

Destiny Green, right, receives her Send Relief care package.

A group of healthcare workers at Wellstar Cobb Hospital in Austell, Georgia, show off their Send Relief care packages.