The effects of the Boston Marathon bombing two weeks ago will be felt long after the streets are cleaned and the windows repaired. There is a long road to recovery for the victims, their families and the city of Boston as they are only just beginning their journey.
To date, there have been numerous opportunities to donate to the Boston Marathon bombing victims to help with medical bills and needs as they recover from the tragedy. Everything from personal pages to community pages have been set up to collect donations from individuals and businesses looking to help them. It’s a true testament to the community, and it is inspiring to see how our country and the Boston area have pulled together to help out in times of need.
Many area businesses have donated portions of their sales to contribute donations to Boston Marathon bombing victims. Program restaurants Davio’s Boston and Sea Street Café are two of the many reaching out to their community in this time of need.
Davio’s in Boston joined several other restaurants across the Greater Boston area and beyond to donate a portion of their sales on April 17, 2013, to the Greg Hill Foundation. The Greg Hill Foundation was formed by Greg Hill of WAAF in Boston to respond to the immediate needs of families that have been touched by tragedy.
Sea Street Café, in Hyannis, MA, is donating 50% of breakfast and lunch checks to the One Fund for victims on Saturday, May 4, 2013. The One Fund was formed to help the people most affected by the tragic events that occurred in Boston on April 15, 2013.
These are two of the many examples of how area businesses have pulled together to support their community in the wake of this tragedy. There are numerous ways to show your support. The Greg Hill Foundation and the One Fund are just two of the many funds collecting donations to Boston Marathon bombing victims.