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Stony Brook Now Accepting Donations for Hospital Staff

Meal train

Stony Brook University Hospital was so fortunate to have such overwhelming support from the community with food donations this past spring. As COVID-19 cases continue to increase in Suffolk County, the hospital has reactivated its Meal Train to support its employees. This system makes donating food to the frontline workers and all medical staff safe, easy and efficient. Donors choose the date and time they want to have food delivered through a posted calendar.

Meal trainThank you to all the members of the community who are helping our medical professionals during this challenging time.

About Meal Train

The hospital is re-activating Meal Train to give our essential workers at Stony Brook Medicine a much-needed boost during the second wave of COVID-19. Our staff has been working tirelessly through this pandemic, and this is an excellent opportunity to support them in their unwavering efforts.

Select a date and time slot to schedule a donation (20-150 meals can be accepted per time slot). Please indicate how many meals you will be donating.

Unfortunately, homemade meals cannot be accepted. Only packaged food from restaurants, grocery stores, etc. can be accepted. Please have meals INDIVIDUALLY wrapped or packaged and boxed for quickest distribution. NO TRAYS OF FOOD. Gift cards cannot be accepted at this time.

If you would like your donation to go to a particular unit, PLEASE SPECIFY.

For the safety of all and to stay within the CDC guidelines, all donations are by appointment only. Please deliver meals to the main entrance loop. DO NOT DROP OFF AT EMERGENCY ENTRANCE.

Please allow 48 hours’ notice before intended delivery.

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