Lilly Broadcasting teamed up with Red Letter Hospitality, which owns a handful of local restaurants.
We've covered the cost of meals for variety of medical workers, making stops at local hospitals.
Thursday, the Red Letter team stopped by UPMC Hamot, feeding nurses and doctors who work the night shift and go home exhausted with no time to cook.
Not only does the program help our heroes at the hospital, it also helps the Red Letter workers.
The meal drop offs give them work to do, which keeps them employed.
It's just another case of the Erie community coming together when it matters most.

"It's a little bit or normalcy," said Lindsay Hall, a clinician at UPMC Hamot. "I think everyone appreciates a little change up and instead of just paking your lunch, we get a nice home-cooked meal, and we can just relax and enjoy it."

"We're very fortunate to be able to keep a couple people employed during this time, and we're just so fortunate, and we hope to continue to have sponsors step up to the plate and want to help the community. We're just so fortuante to be in erie and to help others," said Anne Lewis of Red Letter Hospitality. 

Lilly Broadcasting is challenging other local businesses to donate to red letter hospitality -- to provide meals for our healthcare heroes.